Volunteers from the West Yorkshire Probation Service were at Buckingham Palace to receive national awards for their pioneering work with offenders.
Steven Ellis, an ex offender and now mentor, received the prestigious Butler Trust Award for his work with offenders and ex-offenders.
The accolade awarded independently recognises outstanding dedication, skill and creativity by people working in prisons, probation or youth justice and was presented by Princess Anne.
Kate Brooksbank won a commendation for her work on Restorative Justice in Bradford, bringing together victims and offenders.
Key members of West Yorkshire Probation Trust’s Positive Futures including Debbie Addlestone, Michelle Costello, Suky Rai and Kim Day won a Butler Trust Commendation for their contributions to developing services for people leaving prison. The Butler Trust Awards were launched in 1985 and only 10 awards and 20 commendations are given each year from 250 nominations.