Justice Data Lab statistics: September 2016
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. The request is for Norfolk and Suffolk’s 180⁰ scheme, which identifies those at high risk of reoffending and, along with partner agencies, aims to help each offender address the issues underlying their offending. The scheme is run by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabulary and Probation services and their partners. The overall results show that those who took part in the scheme were more likely to reoffend and had a higher frequency of re-offences than those who did not. However, more people would need to become eligible for analysis in order to determine the direction in which the intervention affects the time to re-offence among participants, but this should not be taken to mean that the programme fails to affect it
Update on the Justice Data Lab service
The Justice Data Lab team have now brought the second quarter of 2014 reoffending data 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 June 2014, in addition to during the years 2002 to 2013.
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, Permanent Secretary, Director General of Criminal and Justice, Chief Financial Officer, 7 Policy and Analytical Advisers for reducing re-offending and rehabilitation policy, and 2 special advisors, 3 press officers, and 4 private secretaries.