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10 shocking facts about the probation reforms
The shocking scale of the failure of the Transforming Rehabilitation probation reforms revealed in numbers.

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TR in numbers

I covered the National Audit Office’s highly critical review of the progress (or lack of it) of the government’s Transforming Rehabilitation probation reforms when it was published last Friday (1 March 2019). See it here.

I’ve now had the chance to dig through the report in more detail and the infographic below highlights some of the more shocking facts and figures.

I hope you find it useful. If you’d like a copy in PDF format, then just drop me an email.

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  1. It is more predictable than shocking. What is shocking is that Chris Grayling is still in government and that they are going to do it again with TR2.

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