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    Engaging people with convictions

    Wong, Kevin ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3847-2316 (2021) Engaging people with convictions. Research Report. Clinks.

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    Abstract

    This evidence review provides an in-depth look at the issue of engaging people with convictions. Kevin Wong has been a prominent researcher in this area and has examined the issues of assessment, engagement and promoting desistance in both the probation service and voluntary sector organisations. The review covers a wide range of issues including: - Summarising the evidence base and guidance materials on ways to engage effectively with adults and young people with convictions - Setting this evidence base within the context of the research underpinning broader rehabilitative practice - Looking at the differences in effective engagement practice between the statutory and voluntary sectors - Discussing the role of co-production in needs assessments – inevitably the first stage on the engagement process - Proposing ways in which this learning can be applied to voluntary sector organisations by practitioners, policy makers and commissioners.

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