Research and analysis

Process evaluation of integrated offender management areas

An evaluation of five integrated offender management pioneer areas.


Process evaluation of five integrated offender management pioneer areas

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The findings indicated that IOM enabled structural changes, transforming the delivery of offender management.

There was considerable commitment and enthusiasm for IOM at the sites, whilst acknowledging barriers to development such as definition, resourcing, governance and clarity of agency roles.

Since the evaluation took place, the political and criminal justice landscape has changed somewhat, supporting a more locally driven approach which can draw on the learning directly from the pioneers which were shaped and delivered locally.

Published 11 May 2011