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Your invitation to work with The HMPS Partnership. Grant Bremer Shaw Trust Supply Chain Director Kamini Sanghani Working Links Commercial Development Manager Teresa Cairney Shaw Trust Partnerships. Introductions & Agenda. Who are the Partnership? Outline requirement Locations Schedule

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Your invitation to work with the hmps partnership
Your invitation to work with The HMPS Partnership

Grant Bremer

Shaw Trust Supply Chain Director

Kamini Sanghani

Working Links Commercial Development Manager

Teresa Cairney

Shaw Trust Partnerships


Introductions agenda
Introductions & Agenda

  • Who are the Partnership?

  • Outline requirement

  • Locations

  • Schedule

  • Questions


Working links
Working Links:

Introductions

Shaw Trust:

  • Established in 1983, Shaw Trust is a national charity which supports disabled and disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find jobs and live more independently.

  • Through last 29 years, has supported over 400,000 people to change their lives through work and greater independence

  • We believe everyone has the right to work and we have campaigned for over 25 years to turn our vision into a reality

  • Every year we work with over 75,000 clients who face barriers due to disability, ill health or social circumstance. Thousands of employers and public sector organisations also benefit from our range of services for business

  • We are the UK’s largest third sector provider and one of the Government’s lead partners in the delivery of employment programmes for disabled and disadvantaged people

Working Links was established in 2000 with the sole purpose of supporting unemployed and disadvantaged individuals into lasting employment.

Our unique mix of government, private and voluntary sector ownership gives us the flexibility, scope and investment opportunities to consistently deliver positive futures for individuals and their communities.

To date, we’ve worked with over 15,000 employers to deliver a range of innovative employment solutions.


What do we need to do
What do we need to do?

  • Payment By Results (Pbr)

  • To develop PbR proposals for the bids for nine prisons

  • The nine prisons are:

    • HMP Acklington (North East region)

    • HMP Castington (North East region)

    • HMP Coldingly (South East region)

    • HMP Durham (North East region)

    • HMP & YOI Hatfield (Yorkshire & Humberside region)

    • HMP Lindholme (Yorkshire & Humberside region)

    • HMP & YOI Moorland (Yorkshire & Humberside region)

    • HMP Onley (East Midlands region)

    • HMP Wolds (Yorkshire & Humberside region)


Both near Amble in Northumberland

Category C prisons for convicted adult male prisoners

Within Durham city centre : Category B local prison for male prisoners serving the courts in the area

Near Everthorpe, East Yorkshire

Category C training prison holding adult males

HMP South Yorkshire (3 sites) in Hatfield, South Yorkshire, 10 miles north of Doncaster

HMP & YOI Moorland: Category C training prison holding sentenced adults and sentenced young offenders

HMP Lindholme: a split site part Category C training prison and part Immigration Detention Centre housing adult males

HMP & YOI Hatfield: Category D open resettlement prison holding sentenced adult prisoners and sentenced young offenders

Near Rugby, Warwickshire

Category C training prison holding adult male prisoners

Near Bisley in Woking

Category C working prison and is focused on the resettlement of prisoners


Your services how they are targeted
Your services: How they are targeted

  • Adult offenders

  • Offenders with mental health conditions

  • Offenders with physical health conditions

  • Offenders with learning disabilities

  • Women offenders

  • Young offenders (up to age 21)

  • Older offenders (aged 50+)

  • Offenders from black and minority ethnic groups (BAME)

  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender offenders (LGBT)

  • Foreign national prisoners


The hmps partnership better together
The HMPS Partnership: Better together

  • The HMPS Partnership has been established to realise the Ministry of Justice’s vision of Better For Less through a new approach to partnership

  • Our unique mix of public, private and voluntary sector partners gives us the flexibility, scope and investment opportunities to consistently deliver positive futures for offenders and their communities

  • HMPS, Working Links, Mitie and Shaw Trust will together deliver new and innovative models which put the offender at the centre of all we do


Our experience
Our experience:

Shaw Trust:

  • Is the UK’s largest third sector provider of employment services for disabled and disadvantaged people.

  • Works in partnership with public sector organisations to develop and deliver effective social care services which empower people to live more independent lives.

  • Provide a range of diversity management services for business including recruitment, help to retain valued staff, ensuring websites are accessible to all and much more.

  • Works with approximately 69,000 clients, around 18,000 employers and many public sector organisations every year.

  • Supported 18,975 clients into employment last year & helped 1,266 people gain qualifications

  • Partnered with 18,000 employers last year

Working Links Justice Services:

  • Is one of the largest providers of government support and rehabilitation programmes and is an embedded provider with MoJ

  • Has worked on many projects specifically targeted at helping ex-offenders move closer to work and helped c40,000 ex-offenders into work from over 30 prisons across England & Wales

  • Achieved success in the Justice market built on over 11 years’ experience in welfare to work

  • Works with ex-offenders in custody and the community

  • Gives ex-offenders access to mainstream employment and skills provision to promote successful resettlement


The hmps partnership how you can add value
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value


The hmps partnership how you can add value1
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • What are the individual’s education and training requirements?

  • What can be achieved pre-release as part of a co-ordinated approach?

  • What will be need post-release?


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • Assess prisoner pre-sentence accommodation circumstances and immediately address any issues surrounding sustaining, changing or closing tenancy agreements

  • Prioritise support for prisoners’ families to inform benefit agencies of a change in circumstances, helping prevent debt and ultimately homelessness

  • Will need close working relationships with local authorities, registered social landlords etc to improve settled accommodation on release


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • Assess financial capability and ensure offenders manage their finances in order to support their family and plan ahead for release

  • Debt advice and support available in custody?

  • Support families in dealing with JCP, credit companies, utility providers and banks

  • At least 75% of offenders are in receipt of benefits immediately before entering prison

  • Clarify the position of the prisoner and action any transfer or closure of the claim


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • Play a significant role in motivating an offender towards rehabilitation

  • Ensure all families of offenders are supported and access every available visiting opportunity, helping the whole family to rebuild relationships and communicate effectively

  • Strong community and family engagement pays dividends in terms of successful job outcomes.


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • Can care needs can be met by mainstream provision?

  • Early assessment of need taking into consideration physical and mental health such as the requirements of problematic drug and alcohol misusers

  • Emotional impact of relationship breakdown

  • We have developed our own Condition Management Programme that can help individuals to manage their illness or disability and its negative impact upon their daily lives.


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • What are the requirements for support to ex-offenders with drug and alcohol issues?

  • What support has been provided to date?

  • What is appropriate support post-release?


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • A key factor behind our CCM assessment

    • Circumstances – understand barriers

    • Capabilities – explore strengths

    • Motivation – set goals

  • Encourage offenders to develop the capacity to make decisions and reflect and think about their situation

  • We have a proven model of motivational training that specifically addresses attitudes and thinking


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • How best to provide mentoring support through to work?


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value

  • What works best?

  • What innovation can we bring?


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The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value


Challenges
Challenges?

  • What will our offer look like?

    • Composition?

    • Scale?

    • Costs?

  • Timing


Our partners our selection process
Our partners: Our selection process

Add organisations achieving benchmark to qualified supplier list

Expression of interest form submitted

Inform and include partners in the Stage 1 bid

Review solution with authority as part of negotiation period

Partnerships confirmed on contract award

Terms and conditions agreed during Stage 2 bid


The prisons competition key dates
The prisons competition: Key dates

Invitation to negotiate: January 2012

Stage 1 bids in: April 2012

Stage 1 evaluation: April to May 2012

Stage 2: May 2012

Conclude negotiation: July 2012

Contract award: October 2012

Service commencement: Early 2013


Timescales what and when
Timescales: what and when


Expression of interest what next
Expression of Interest: What next?

Expression of interest form and non-disclosure agreement available from the Working Links website at:

http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/docs/EOIQuestionnaire.docx

http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/docs/NDAConfidentiality.doc

Contact us on either:

[email protected] or

[email protected]

or call Grant Bremer 07872 414051 or Roger Guy on 07967 569354


Thank you questions
Thank You:Questions?


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