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Home > An assessment, monitoring and outcome measurement system for offender rehabilitation and reintegration programmes: A description of a model at work in the Cornmarket project, Wexford.

Delaney, Paul and Weir, Michele (2011) An assessment, monitoring and outcome measurement system for offender rehabilitation and reintegration programmes: A description of a model at work in the Cornmarket project, Wexford. Irish Probation Journal , 8 , pp. 200-217.

URL: http://www.probation.ie/EN/PB/0/C605DEF17D36401E80...

The development of community-based services for offenders has not always been marked by adherence to best practice based on empirical evidence. Expediency, personal conviction and a sincere desire to do ‘something’ to respond to antisocial behaviour and criminality in our communities are historically more common drivers. This article explores some of the contemporary research and evidence relating to the efficacy of various approaches used in implementing offender rehabilitation programmes. The authors outline a particular model at work in the Cornmarket Project. Mindful of current economic constraints and the increased reporting requirements placed on organisations in receipt of state funds, the article emphasises the importance of having in place an easy-to use, valid and reliable outcome measurement system for programmes dealing with offender reintegration and rehabilitation.


Item Type
Article
Publication Type
Irish-related, Open Access, Article
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Rehabilitation/Recovery
Date
2011
Page Range
pp. 200-217
Publisher
Probation Service
Volume
8
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)
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