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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?
 
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