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Local Justice Reinvestment Pilot: Final process evaluation report

Wong, K and Ellingworth, D and Meadows, L (2015) Local Justice Reinvestment Pilot: Final process evaluation report. UNSPECIFIED. Ministry of Justice, London.


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This is the final report of the process evaluation of the Local Justice Reinvestment pilot commissioned by the Ministry of Justice. The pilot aimed to: test the premise that there were significant potential reductions in crime and reoffending to be made by partners working more effectively together at the local level; understand the extent to which local partners were incentivised to change their behaviours; and  test a concept from which evidence could be generated to inform the development of policy on widening the use of Payment by Results, local partnership working and local commissioning decisions The report summarises the governance arrangements at each of the sites, outlines the interventions implemented by the sites during the pilot, summarises how the reward payment from year one was allocated and examines other initiatives that may have impacted on the pilot. It identifies the strengths and challenges in the implementation of the pilot. examines the performance of the sites against the metrics and identifies factors that may have contributed to the results. It outlines the main conclusions and implications for policy based on the lessons learned from both years of the pilot.

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