Nacro's response to strengthening probation, building confidence

Document type
Consultation
Corporate author(s)
Nacro
Publisher
NACRO
Date of publication
24 September 2018
Subject(s)
Offenders, Social Policy, Criminal Justice Services, Young Offenders, Volunteering
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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Key recommendations:

The voluntary sector have the expertise and experience to deliver direct, specialist work with individuals and need to be guaranteed to take more of a leading role in this.

Ensuring providers and the voluntary sector are able to deliver quality outcomes should be central to any commissioning structure.

Consistent, ongoing work at every level with other government departments, including the Department of Work and Pensions and Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government is critical to unblocking some of the major barriers to effective resettlement.

Access and service provision must be based on need and ongoing review of need.

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