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Transforming Rehabilitation

We’re determined to help support our clients and candidates through the government’s Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) agenda, which is why we have created this live online resource to keep all those concerned up-to-date. 

Blog: Update on changes to probation: transforming rehabilitation

Blog: Preferred bidders announced for community rehabilitation companies

Blog: Second online discussion highlights motivation as biggest probation concern

Blog: All set for second online probation discussion

Blog: Panellists revealed for second probation discussion

Blog: Second Transforming Rehabilitation discussion date confirmed

Blog: 1 June 2014 sees the dissolve of probation trusts

Blog: First online discussion highlights Transforming Rehabilitation concerns

Blog: Introducing our probation discussion panellists - 13th May 7- 8pm 

Blog: Extended deadline for potential Tier II and Tier III suppliers to register

Blog: We are hosting a series of live online chats for probation staff on Transforming Rehabilitation

Transforming Rehabilitation

Transforming Rehabilitation sets out the Government’s plans for transforming the way in which offenders are managed in the community in order to bring down reoffending rates. This will see up to 70% of probation’s core work transferred from 35 local trusts to the private sector.

Core reforms:
  • Probation Trusts will be reorganised into a single national public sector probation service and 21 new government-run companies (‘Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRC)’)
  • The Ministry of Justice intends to compete 21 contracts for the provision of services for low- to medium-risk offenders across England and Wales
  • Each CRC will be transferred to the winning bidders of each contract area
  • A new and smaller public sector National Probation Service (NPS) will retain responsibility for the supervision of high risk offenders
  • All probation staff will be allocated to NPS or CRC

Keeping you up-to-date

To keep up with the latest news and announcements on TR, follow our series of blogs and look out for our twitter updates #probationchanges.

Replay our Transforming Rehabilitation webinars:

13th May 2014
1st July 2014

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