Research and analysis

Reoffending by offenders on Community Orders: results from the Offender Management Community Cohort Study

The Offender Management Community Cohort Study (OMCCS) of adult offenders who started Community Orders between October 2009 and December 2010.

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Reoffending by offenders on Community Orders: OMCCS results

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This report presents updated findings from the Offender Management Community Cohort Study (OMCCS) on levels of reoffending among offenders who received community orders.

It looks at the factors associated with reoffending including offenders’ needs, attitudes and their relationship with their offender manager.

These findings suggest that addressing offenders’ attitudes, their needs and the nature of their relationship with their offender manager are important in reducing reoffending.

This report updates preliminary OMCCS findings on reoffending that were previously published.

Published 29 January 2015