Official Statistics

Justice Data Lab Statistics: July 2019

Tailored reports finished within the previous quarter, and summary of progress to date.

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Justice Data Lab statistics: July 2019

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The Clink report

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The Clink annex

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Elizabeth Fry Approved Premises report

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Eliabeth Fry Approved Premises annex

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Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service’s (HMPPS) Co-Financing Organisation (CFO) report

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Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service’s (HMPPS) Co-Financing Organisation (CFO) annex

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The Open University Programme of Higher Education report

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The Open University Programme of Higher Education annex

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Spreadsheet summary of JDL publications

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Interactive map of Justice Data Lab analyses

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Justice Data Lab general annex

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Details

The report is released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.

For further information about the Justice Data Lab, please refer to the following guidance

Key findings this quarter

Four requests are being published this quarter: The Clink, Elizabeth Fry Approved Premises, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service’s (HMPPS) Co-Financing Organisation (CFO) and The Open University Programme of Higher Education.

The Clink programme provides vocational training in catering, front of house, and cleaning. This gives prisoners skills and qualifications that help them secure employment on release.

The overall results show that those who took part in the programme were less likely to reoffend than those who did not. More people would need to be available in order to determine the effect on the frequency of reoffending, and time to reoffend. However, this should not be taken to mean that the programme fails to affect them.

Elizabeth Fry Approved Premises

The Elizabeth Fry Charity operates an Approved Premises for women with complex needs who pose a medium to high risk of serious harm to others. The purpose of the Approved Premises is to provide accommodation, support and monitoring to its residents.

The overall results suggest more participants would be needed to show the impact of Elizabeth Fry on reoffending. However, this should not be taken to mean that the programme fails to affect reoffending behaviour.

HMPPS CFO

HMPPS CFO intervention is based on one-to-one case management with the aim of increasing the employability of participants. The programme operates in both custody and the community.

The overall results show that those who took part in the programme were less likely to reoffend than those who did not, and had a lower frequency of reoffending. More people would need to be available for analysis in order to determine the effect on the time to first reoffence. However, this should not be taken to mean that the programme fails to affect it.

The Open University Programme of Higher Education

The Open University Programme of Higher Education enabled people who were in prison for six months or more to work towards a degree by distance learning. Offenders began the course of study in prison, but could continue it after release.

The overall results show that those who took part in the programme in England and Wales were less likely to reoffend and reoffended less frequently than those who did not. More people would need to be available for analysis in order to determine the effect on the time to first reoffence, however this should not be taken to mean that the programme fails to affect it.

Justice Data Lab service: available reoffending data

The Justice Data Lab team have brought in reoffending data for the first quarter of 2017 into the service. It is now possible for an organisation to submit information on the individuals it was working with up to the end of April 2017, in addition to during the years 2002 to 2016.

The bulletin is produced and handled by the Ministry’s analytical professionals and production staff. Pre-release access of up to 24 hours is granted to the following persons: Ministry of Justice Secretary of State, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State - Minister for Prisons and Probation, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State - Minister for Offender Health and female offenders, Permanent Secretary, Director General of Offender Reform and Commissioning Group, Director of Analytical Services, Acting Head of News, 2 Chief Press Officer, 14 policy and analytical advisers for reducing reoffending and rehabilitation policy, special advisors, 6 press officers, and 6 private secretaries.

Published 11 July 2019