Official Statistics

Justice Data Lab statistics: March 2015

This bulletin reports on the Justice Data Lab requests received.

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Justice Data Lab statistics: March 2015

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Justice Data Lab Reoffending Analysis: HMP Kirklevington Grange

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Publication summary: March 2015

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

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Key findings this month

One request is being published this month for the resettlement and employment programme at HMP Kirklevington Grange. The resettlement and employment programme is a whole prison approach to developing employability and life skills. This analysis indicates that the programme had a statistically significant effect on the one year reoffending rate and the one year frequency of reoffending.

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Published 12 March 2015