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Innovation in Community Rehabilitation – Desistance through Personalization: Early Findings

Fox, CC and Marsh, C and Thornden-Edwards, K (2017) Innovation in Community Rehabilitation – Desistance through Personalization: Early Findings. Advancing Corrections, 1 (4). pp. 32-44. ISSN 2517-9233

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Abstract

This article describes the early stages of a socially innovative project to develop and implement a personalized approach to offender rehabilitation in the probation sector in England, drawing on the concept of ‘desistance’. The Policy Evaluation and Research Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University has been working in collaboration with Interserve Ltd to develop and evaluate a model of personalized offender rehabilitation in 5 of the 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs) that deliver probation services in England and Wales. We have identified learning from personalization in the UK social care sector and used this to specify a pilot project.

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