The digest is a compendium of fascinating facts on prison & probation life: temporary release, accredited programmes and the 51 babies in prison last year.
The final annual report on the National Offender Management Service reveals the extent and seriousness of the challenges facing the probation & prison services.
Announcement of new Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service which will take over from NOMS as MoJ takes policy and commissioning back in-house.
NOMS annual offender equalities report reveals interesting facts about an ageing offender population with less temporary release & more prison adjudications
The number of prison officers fell by over 2000 last year while there are slightly more probation officers in the National Probation Service.
NOMS is in charge of prisons and probation, find out what its priorities are in the year ahead.
The National Audit Office report on Transforming Rehabilitation finds it hard to judge performance of public NPS or private CRCs but raises areas of concern
National Offender Management Service has published its annual report and accounts for 2014/15. What does it tell us?
The reasons for this litany of poor practice have nothing to do with resources or politics. The findings are particularly shameful because the inspectors also found numerous examples of …
The NAO chooses to highlight a key challenge in managing the prison estate in the future. Many of the cost savings are due to commissioning larger prisons - the …
Like a young child writing to Santa, I don’t quite know where to begin with my wish list of all the things I’d like to know from NOMS before …
000000The deadline for responding to the Ministry of Justice consultation on the future of the Probation Service is tomorrow, 22nd February 2013. I finally got around to submitting my …
Alcohol & Drugs
000000From 2013/14 newly elected Police & Crime Commissioners will have responsibility for community safety and Drugs Intervention Programme budgets and will be looking for new and effective ways to tackle drug-related problems. I’m …