The Home Office and Clinks have jointly published a series of resources that draw on the learning from this programme.
The Home Office and Clinks have jointly published a series of resources that draw on the learning from the integrated offender management programme. These resources are primarily intended to help key stakeholders involved in local IOM arrangements to review the role of voluntary and community sector (VCS) partners, but may equally help VCS organisations to think about the range of roles they could undertake, individually or collectively. Resource 4, in particular, aims to help VCS organisations engage with local IOM arrangements and other criminal justice system (CJS) structures.
The resources in the series include:
- Resource 1: the added value of VCS partners in IOM arrangements
- Resource 2: mapping and engaging with potential local VCS partners
- Resource 3: the potential brokerage role of local support and development organisations
- Resource 4: how VCS organisations can engage with local IOM arrangements and other CJS structures
- Resource 5: strategic partnership working
- Resource 6: operational partnership working
- Resource 7: IOM: the rural partnership challenge
The series is accompanied by a number of online supplements which provide additional material to support all seven resources:
- Supplement 1: integrated offender management: a briefing
- Supplement 2: overview of the programme: building voluntary and community sector involvement in integrated offender management
- Supplement 3: glossary of acronyms
- Supplement 4: bibliography and linked resources