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Evaluation of the | Reducing Reoffending Change Fund - Research Findings

Published: 12 Feb 2016
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781785449772

The independent evaluation of the Reducing Reoffending Change Fund (RRCF) assessed the extent to which the Public Social Partnership (PSP) model delivers effective mentoring services that reduce the risk of reoffending and support reintegration, and concluded that there is a strong case for the continuation and expansion of mentoring services.

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Evaluation of the | Reducing Reoffending Change Fund - Research Findings
Introduction

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Introduction

The Reducing Reoffending Change Fund (RRCF) has two key aims:

  • to provide prolific young male offenders and women offenders with substantial one-to-one support through evidence-based mentoring schemes;
  • to promote strong, equal partnership working between third and public sector organisations.

RRCF funding was allocated to six Public Social Partnerships (PSPs) to deliver mentoring schemes for offenders.

The aim of the evaluation was to assess the extent to which the PSP model delivers effective mentoring services that reduce the risk of reoffending.


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