Announcements

MoU Signing between Yellow Ribbon Singapore and Mediacorp

(3 Aug 2020)

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Yellow Ribbon Singapore and Mediacorp Pte Ltd on 3 Aug 2020, with the aim of enhancing the skills and career development of inmates and ex-offenders in the media industry. 

Watch the video outlining inmates' hopes and aspirations in the media industry here. This video was created by inmates from the Multi Media Hub at Tanah Merah Centre. 

    

 

Rebranding of SCORE to Yellow Ribbon Singapore

(20 Apr 2020)

SCORE will be rebranded as Yellow Ribbon Singapore with effect from 1 May 2020. Click on the link to find out what Yellow Ribbon Singapore strives to do and what 'Beyond Second Chances' means.

SCORE Press Release on Rebranding to Yellow Ribbon Singapore

Reorganisation of SCORE

(1 Jul 2019)

From 1 July, the Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE) will be re-organised to meet the evolving demands of the reintegration landscape. 

With the increasingly complex aftercare landscape, SCORE has to transform its operations to deliver stronger support for ex-offenders. The re-organisation will strengthen SCORE's position as the lead agency in the aftercare sector. 

The departments and units have been reorganised into two groups. a new transformation office have also been set up to drive transformation. See updated organisational chart here

Launch of SCORE Annual Report 2018

(24 Jun 2019)

The SCORE Annual Report 2018 is now available online. Access it here

Leadership Changes

(1 Nov 2018)

Mr Matthew Wee Yik Keong has assumed appointment of CEO SCORE on 1 Nov 2018, taking over from Mr Chow Chee Kin.  

We thank Mr Chow Chee Kin for his leadership and contributions to SCORE. We also warmly welcome Mr Matthew Wee Yik Keong to the SCORE family.  

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Mr Matthew Wee Yik Keong, CEO SCORE

Mr Matthew Wee Yik Keong has served in MHA and SPS for 19 years. Over the years, he has held several key appointments in SPS and MHQ. Prior to his appointment as Commander Cluster A, he was the Director of Community Corrections Command.