National Audit Office progress review of Transforming Rehabilitation warns MoJ may be about to repeat initial mistakes.
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Today’s report is very critical of the Ministry of Justice and the new private providers of probation services.
NAO finds a total of £342 additional payments promised to Community Rehabilitation Contracts but thinks they may fail to hit payment by results targets.
Probation inspectors’ very critical assessment of new flexible rehabilitation activity requirements, saying less rehabilitation is being done under new system.
Probation Inspectors’ 5th report into Transforming Rehabilitation reports some improvements but many persistent problems & concern over quality in private CRCs.
There have been concerns about the pace of change, about the danger of fragmentation and about IT systems. The MoJ has emphasised the importance of the voluntary sector in the CRC partnerships; however, they have been concerns about lack of clarity for that sector about what their role will be.