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Achieving Better Outcomes in the Criminal Justice Sector for BAME Communities in Croydon

How has the black, Asian and minority ethnic‐led voluntary sector experienced local commissioning?
This research seeks to highlight key lessons learned about local commissioning from the perspective of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME)‐led voluntary sector organisations in Croydon. An inclusive model of commissioning that is responsive to the needs of BAME‐led providers, who deliver services in the criminal justice system, is far from being a reality. This report is based on interviews with service providers as well as policy makers and local commissioners to understand some of the practical challenges that remain to be explored and addressed to achieve inclusive commissioning.

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