In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black argues for big changes to how we commission drug treatment.
The Prisoner Learning Alliance explores the challenges of the new prison education commissioning system.
New research from St Mungo’s investigates the growing number of people sleeping rough who are living with, and dying of, preventable drug and alcohol problems.
Agenda & Centre for Mental Health report into trauma-informed approaches for women
New probation healthcare commissioning toolkit recommends six approaches to improve offender access to services.
HMPPS toolkit to measure intermediate outcomes to reduce reoffending from arts and mentoring interventions.
Jack Cattell of Get The Data Ltd analyses the proposed changes in the private probation contract payment mechanism.
Sixth and final post in my series responding to the MoJ’s consultation on the future of probation, setting outcomes and incentives.
Jack Cattell of Get The Data Ltd analyses the first year of TR payment by results outcomes.
St Mungo’s publish peer research into why some people return to rough sleeping after they have got off the streets.
St Mungo’s reveals a dramatic increase in the proportion of people sleeping rough who have died with mental health support needs from 2010 to 2017
There have been statistically significant reductions in the adjusted binary reoffending rate for 11 of the 21 CRCs in the April to June 2016 cohort when compared to the 2011 baseline reoffending rates.