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Russell Webster

Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

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Transforming Rehabilitation

The Ministry of Justice under Chris Grayling is planning the most radical changes to the probation service in its history. The changes include:

  • The proposal to put 70% of the probation service’s business – all its work with low and medium risk offenders – out to competition.
  • These new contracts to be awarded on a payment by results basis.
  • New mandatory supervision and support for short term prisoners on release.
  • The consolidation of the current 35 probation trusts into 21 contract package areas.

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All Probation Posts are sponsored by Unilink

With over 20 years’ experience in the criminal justice sector, Unilink is a world leader in probation and community corrections software applications, as well as prisoner self-service, prisoner/case management and prisoner communications. Unilink’s integrated suite of products provide a complete digital solution enabling efficient running of prisons and probation. Underpinned by biometrics it integrates seamlessly to deliver security, efficiency and value – while being proven to help rehabilitate prisoners.

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