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Manchester seminar: Offender Management - Devolution and Local Commissioning (3 October, 2016)

Kevin discussed proposals for devolution of commissioning for prisons & probation & development of new ways to achieve better outcomes

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Kevin Lockyer, FRSA FInstLM

Managing Partner, Adaptus Consulting L.L.P.

Evidence shows that a consistent approach to case management is more effective in managing risk, develops more positive offender engagement and is more likely to reduce reoffending than an approach where case management responsibilities are shared. An offender’s journey through prison and probation should be as seamless as possible – the right services, delivered at the right time, in the right place.

In this free seminar Kevin discussed proposals for devolution of commissioning for prisons and probation and the development of new delivery vehicles to achieve better outcomes. He argued that an integrated system which puts rehabilitation at its heart should be designed and delivered at a local level and described a blueprint for reform that would see the government’s current programme of prison reform as the first step towards a radically different model of offender management.

Please see attached slidepack for further information.

Manchester seminar: Offender Management - Devolution and Local Commissioning (slidepack)

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Published 20 September 2016