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Report on women offenders and probation service provision report of a thematic inspection. by Great Britain. HM Inspectorate of Probation.

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Published by HM Inspectorate of Probation in London .
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The report: a) outlines research evidence in relation to women offenders’ ‘criminogenic’ needs; b) identifies what is known about what works best with women; c) describes different models of. HM Inspectorate of Probation have published a report ‘A thematic inspection of the provision and quality of services in the community for women who offend’ in which Dame Glenys Stacey, HM Chief Inspector of Probation, says; “Probation staff are doing some excellent work with women who commit crime, but their efforts are hampered by a lack of accommodation for women, doubts over the future of Women. Report on women offenders and probation service provision Report of a thematic inspection. By London (United Kingdom). HM Inspectorate of Probation Home Office. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:GPC/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo. 'What works' with women offenders: The past 30 years women offenders. Probation of Beyond the immediate Brain Injury Linkworker service provision, prison staff .

activity at a regional and local level in relation to women offenders. Probation Trusts had worked well with the National Offender Management Service and the Ministry of Justice as well as partners and other agencies to develop a sound strategic framework for working with women offenders. A thematic inspection of the provision and quality of services in the community for women who offend 5 Almost a decade after the Corston report, we found funding reductions and uncertainties, a lack of strategic or operational focus on outcomes for women, andFile Size: KB. a whole-system approach to offender management, where powers, resources, and decisions are transferred to the local level. women offenders in London, based on the model used in Manchester. The current system for offender management (prisons and probation) in England and Wales is dysfunctional. Service provision is commissioned by a File Size: KB. “Engage with Service users to reduce the risk of re- offending, creating safer communities through improved service provision” and in responding to victims to “uphold the rights, support and protection of victims”. Joint Probation Service / Irish Prison Service Women’s Strategy commits the ServiceFile Size: KB.

In , the Probation Service and Irish Prisons Service (IPS) sought an independent review of alcohol and drug treatment services for adult offenders in the community and in prison. The review explores current provision and provides recommendations based on File Size: 1MB. There are 12 women’s prisons in England, none in Wales, and there are 6 Mother and Baby Units. Since the Government has been providing funding, either through grants or Probation Trusts, for provision in the community dedicated to women. In March the Ministry of Justice published its strategic objectives for female offenders. saw offenders own roles and responsibility for re-offending journeys. However, participants also identified a series of issues which they felt have the capacity to interfere with their probation service journeys. There is a striking commonality between these issues and those emerging from the Social Exclusion Unit’s report on.   An inspection of the central functions supporting the National Probation Service (NPS), the publicly run arm of the probation sector, which supervises about , high-risk offenders, found that.