Research and analysis

Process evaluation of the SRG for extremist offenders

A process evaluation of the structured risk guidance (SRG) for extremist offenders early implementation and outcomes.

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Process evaluation of the structured risk guidance for extremist offenders

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The aims of the study were to understand the context in which SRG was developed and to examine the implementation and delivery of the pilot SRG in England. Since this evaluation was completed SRG was revised to become the Extremism Risk Guidance 22+ (ERG22+).
The ERG22+ has since been mainstreamed across Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service.

This initial evaluation of SRG was important in the evolution of the ERG22+.

Published 30 November 2017