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What Works in Reducing Reoffending: Evidence and Evaluation

To mark the launch of the Reducing Reoffending website and as part of Insights’19 the Policy Evaluation and Research Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University is holding this free seminar to discuss the state of the evidence on reducing re-offending.…


Identity psychology in probation: Implications for working with personality disorder

PERU is proud to support the Academy for Social Justice Commissioning evening seminars in the North West. This seminar features Shadd Maruna, Professor of Criminology at Queen's University, Belfast and Emma Cluley, Managing Editor…


A Rapid Evidence Assessment on the effectiveness of remote supervision and new technologies in managing probation service users

This bulletin is based on an evaluation of existing empirical evidence, examining the effectiveness of remote supervision approaches and emerging new technologies to manage probation service users and assist with their desistance from further offending.…


PERU's review of technology in probation supervision published by HM Inspectorate of Probation.

PERU has completed a review of technology in probation supervision that is published today by HM Inspectorate of Probation. The full report is now available and the accompanying news release by the Inspectorate is reproduced in full below. --------------------------…


The Marketisation of Rehabilitation: Some Economic Considerations

This paper considers criminal justice policy in English and Wales since the Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) agenda implemented in 2013. TR rested on the proposition that probation services are best provided in a market context. Motivated by profit and…

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