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Published by Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate in London .
Written in English

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StatementKaren Davies ... [et al.].
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Open LibraryOL16221218M

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  An evaluation of the literacy demands of general offending behaviour programmes. Findings Findings London, England: Home Office Cited by: 1. Offending behaviour programmes and literacy. Drawing on two empirical studies in Sumatra, one a large-scale evaluation of educational provision, the other a case study of English learning at. An Evaluation of Offending Behaviour Programmes within the Prison and Probation Services of Northern Ireland. This report has been commissioned by the Northern Ireland Office (NIO) to provide an evaluation of offending behaviour programmes run by the Northern Ireland Prison Service (NIPS) and the Probation Board for Northern Ireland (PBNI).   Offending Behaviour Programmes, Clive R. Hollin and Emma J. Palmer, Chichester, Wiley, , pp. xiv + , ISBN 0–––8, £Author: Hazel Kemshall.

work on the Offending Behaviour Pathfinder Programmes. The initial evaluation design applied includes four strands: zAn organisational audit to determine the effect of implementation and delivery on the success of the programme. zContinued monitoring throughout the Pathfinder of offender characteristics, sentence details. In a quantitative evaluation of offending behaviour programmes all four types of validity are important, but they are neither independent of each other nor even necessarily sympathetic. This study presents the findings of an evaluation of the effect on reconviction of three general offending behaviour programmes in the English and Welsh Probation Service Author: James Mcguire. There is no doubt that a majority of studies which have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of offending behaviour programmes do show a treatment effect. However, there is considerable doubt about the reliance which can be placed upon these studies. The reason for this is that the vast majority conform only to level 3 on the Maryland Scale.

evaluation was not therefore of a programme designed or delivered to an accredited standard. Since introducing accredited programmes, NOMS has commissioned an independent study6 to report on the strengths and weakness of DV programme implementation in custody and the Size: KB.   Watchdogs say rethink of 'transforming rehabilitation' programme needed as offending behaviour is often not tackled Alan Travis, home affairs editor Tue . This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the relationship between psychology, moral reasoning theory and offending behaviour. It sets out the theory and research which has been carried out in the field, and examines the ways in which this knowledge has been used in practice to inform treatment programmes for offenders. 43, offenders w ere allocated to attend offending behaviour programmes (National Offender Management Service ). The project report ed upon here was designed as .