Mike Trace, Chief Executive of the Forward Trust, argues that we mustn’t miss this opportunity to to make a step change in the number of offenders’ lives turned around.
Results from process evaluations of Motivational and Engagement Intervention (MEI) and the Healthy Identity Intervention (HII) interventions with extremist offenders.
Third in a series responding to the MoJ’s consultation on the future of probation. Can we improve the range of help available on supervision?
Jack Cattell of Get The Data Ltd analyses the first year of TR payment by results outcomes.
Case studies and promotional material for the Unlock Opportunity campaign, highlighting the benefits of hiring prisoners and ex-offenders.
Second in a series responding to the MoJ’s consultation on the future of probation. Can we improve post-release supervision?
First in a new series responding to the MoJ’s consultation on the future of probation. Can we design a more integrated service?
Detail of the consultation document on the future of the probation system which asks for responses to 17 key questions by 21 September.
MoJ sets out new plans for probation. Offender management transfers back to NPS in Wales, CRCs to remain and be aligned with 10 NPS areas in England.
Can interventions get ex-offenders into work? The Justice Data Lab investigates in their new analysis.
Prisoners and probation officers had different perceptions of how much prisoners understood recall, how much they communicated with each other, and the impact of recall on their relationship.
Centre for Justice Innovation finds that a 22% drop in the use of PSRs has resulted into a big fall in the number of community sentences.