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Clinks on the opportunities and risks of new probation system

Clive Martin, Director of Clinks, in the latest in a series of interviews about the MoJ’s probation reform programme: Transforming Rehabilitation. Clive sees the potential that TR will be a success but he also expresses serious concerns on a number of issues…

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G4S: Transforming Rehabilitation is a once in a lifetime opportunity

Debbie Ryan, Director of Rehabilitation and Resettlement for G4S, gives her views in the latest in a series of interviews about the MoJ’s probation reform programme: Transforming Rehabilitation. Debbie sees TR as a once in a lifetime opportunity to look at probation with a blank sheet of paper. She sees it as an opportunity to put service users at the heart of new service models and thinks that if new providers get TR right, we will see less people in prison…

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NAPO: Transforming Rehabilitation is an obscene social experiment

Ian Lawrence, General Secretary of NAPO, the probation service union and professional association, in the second in a series of interviews about the MoJ’s probation reform programme: Transforming Rehabilitation. Ian states that probation staff are not opposed to opening up the probation service to competition but argues that probation staff should be allowed to compete on a level playing field. He sees current plans as rushed…

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Energising the debate on Transforming Rehabilitation – UPDATE

TR provokes strong feelings with some seeing it as an opportunity to improve the quality and effectiveness of work done to reduce reoffending and others maintaining that it is mainly about privatisation and will result in a poorer service. This fundamental difference of opinion has led to a somewhat stagnant debate in recent months. So, I decided to try to liven up the debate, and widen its scope by engaging some new participants…

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