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Findings and lessons learned from the early implementation of the HMP Doncaster payment by results pilot

A report presenting the findings of research to identify the experiences of implementing the Doncaster payment by results pilot.

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Findings and lessons learned from the early implementation of the HMP Doncaster payment by results pilot

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This report presents the findings of research commissioned to identify the experiences of implementing and delivering the payment by results pilot (PbR) at HMP Doncaster.

The process evaluation included consultation with strategic stakeholders, delivery staff and 51 offenders. The findings from the research indicate that a PbR contract has encouraged innovative service delivery, particularly in the community.

The new arrangements have facilitated tailored support for offenders within a flexible approach. It also identifies some implications for future PbR models.

Published 29 November 2012