Tag: re-offending

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Tweet What works? One of the positive side-effects of the Transforming Rehabilitation project (launched in earnest yesterday) has been the debate it has provoked about what works in reducing reoffending…

Price is right

Tweet Price is what you pay, value is what you get There is a consensus that the Work Programme contracts were primarily awarded on price with the consequence that, so…

Jon Collins

Tweet Jon Collins is Deputy Director of the Police Foundation and has written extensively on payment by results when he was at the Criminal Justice Alliance. In the latest in…

Mike Maiden

Tweet Welcome to the first in a new series of short video interviews with key figures involved in PbR which will be running every Monday through September and October. Mike Maiden…

Just Results

Tweet Make Justice Work, the campaign to highlight the cost of short-term prison sentences and to improve public confidence in community sentences, just published an interesting report on payment by results…

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Tweet From 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…

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Tweet Sir Suma Chakrabarti, the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice, wrote an interesting essay for @Reformthinktank’s new publication, the Next Ten Years, on targets and transparency. An edited…

Tweet Last week I posted apoll to try to gauge attitudes to payment by results by those sufficiently interested in the subject to read this Blog. For reasons that I go…

Tweet Commissioning by outcomes is always right, public money should be focused on what we want to achieve – people in work, off drugs, no longer offending (as argued recently…

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