Research and analysis

The effectiveness of rehabilitative services for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people: a rapid evidence assessment

A study to understand what factors may affect the effectiveness of correctional rehabilitative services for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people.

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The effectiveness of rehabilitative services for BAME people: a rapid evidence assessment

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A rapid evidence assessment was conducted to explore the research evidence looking at the effectiveness of rehabilitative correctional interventions in reducing reoffending or substance misuse, among BAME people. The review also considered factors that affect how people in these groups respond to these interventions, in custodial or community correctional settings.

Published 5 July 2018