Big Data Centre Archive

Whole System Approach to Women Offenders in Greater Manchester Evaluation


The Whole System Approach (WSA) to women offenders across Greater Manchester aims to embed gender-responsive support for women at three points of the criminal justice system - arrest, sentencing and upon release from prison. The governance and funding of the WSA is overseen by the Justice and Rehabilitation Executive (JRE).

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Early testing and formative evaluation of the Enablers of Change assessment and sentence planning tool for adults with convictions


The Enablers of Change assessment and sentence planning tool has been designed to assess the risks, needs, strengths and protective factors of adults with convictions.

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Enabling change: An assessment tool for adult offenders that operationalises risk needs responsivity and desistance principles


An assessment tool for adult offenders that operationalises risk needs responsivity and desistance principles

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Evaluating outcome-based payment programmes: challenges for evidence-based policy


We review the state of evaluation within outcome-based commissioning in the United Kingdom.

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Research protocol: Evaluating the impact of Eedi formative assessment online platform (formerly Diagnostic Questions or DQ) on attainment in mathematics at GCSE and teacher workload


This paper describes a cluster randomised controlled trial designed to test the efficacy of Eedi, a formative question setting and diagnostic digital platform, on attainment in mathematics at GCSE as well as its impact on teacher workload.

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Whole System Approach for Women Offenders – Final Evaluation Report


The evaluation has found that the WSA provides a good example of a gendered approach to supporting women in contact with the criminal justice system or at risk of offending and has been successful in responding to a number of its key aims.

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The Evaluation Market and Its Industry in England


This chapter presents an analysis of the evaluation market in England.

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Eurosceptic Youth: Interest, Trust and Ideology


Eurosceptic Youth: Interest, Trust and Ideology

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A Rapid Evidence Assessment of the effectiveness of prison education


A Rapid Evidence Assessment of the effectiveness of prison education in reducing recidivism and increasing employment

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The 2010-2015 Coalition and Criminal Justice: Continuities and Contradictions


The criminal justice system (CJS) in England and Wales went through extensive reform under the Coalition Government of 2010-2015.

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Evaluation of the Whole System Approach for Women Offenders Executive Summary Dec 2015


Although women remain a minority group in the criminal justice system (CJS), there is increasing recognition amongst policy makers of the importance of understanding the needs of female offenders in order to better target resources and provide support that is responsive to these needs.

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MYPLACE Election Special


The UK elections take place on the 7th May.

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