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Learning from the Young Review recommendations - the reports

The launch of the new Transforming Rehabilitation contracts in April 2015 saw some of the biggest changes to services for offenders in a generation, with consortiums of private and  voluntary sector providers giving packages of support from  prison into the community and delivering these services to offenders with sentences of less than a year.

Will these new structures and interventions improve outcomes for black, Asian and minority  ethnic (BAME) offenders who experience some of the poorest outcomes across the offender population?

The launch of Baroness Young's report on improving outcomes for black and/or Muslim young male offenders has refocused attention again on the challenges of this agenda.

What are the specific challenges?  How should  the new providers and statutory bodies respond?  

To consider these questions BTEG, along with local partners, held a series of one-day events around the country to explore the issues, share learning and glean any pointers from the Young Review.

Here are the reports from the events:

19 March 2015 - BTEG and Way4Ward          Read the report

26 March 2015 - BTEG and LVSC                   Read the report

16 April 2015 - BTEG and POPS                     Read the report

30 April - BTEG and BSWN                             Read the report

 

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