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OFFENDER ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME. Changing lives and reducing re-offending through the power of one to one relationships ENGLAND AND WALES Dr Sue Rex and Melanie Smith. Why a new programme?. Hitting the targets…. …..but missing the point.

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OFFENDER ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Changing lives and reducing re-offending through the power of one to one relationships

ENGLAND AND WALES

Dr Sue Rex and Melanie Smith


Why a new programme?

Hitting the targets…...

…..but missing the point


The OEP is a 3 year change programme focussing on one to one work

The relationship between the offender and the probation practitioner can be a powerful vehicle for changing behaviour and reducing re-offending


OEP builds on desistance research

Importance of individual relationships

Not one size fits all

Building on strengths and resources

Human and social capital

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Aims of the OEP

  • To reduce offending through more effective one to one engagement

  • To make best use of staff time at a time of financial constraint

  • To increase public confidence in community sentences


The OEP pilots aim to improve one to one work

22 Trusts committed to 4 pilots

External Evaluation for 9 Trusts

Comprehensive Internal Evaluation

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All Pilots

SEED

SPA

RSM

SPA & SEED


The RSM model focuses on management activity and behaviour which supports “The Engaging Practitioner”

SENIOR MANAGERS

MIDDLE MANAGERS

Action Learning

Pro-Social Modelling

The

Engaging

Practitioner

Observed Practice

Reflective Practice

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The SEED model can be used as a blueprint for effective engagement with offenders…

CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Structuring

Sessions

Cognitive Behavioural Techniques

1:1

Pro-Social

Modelling and Motivational Interviewing

Risk, Need and Responsivity

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A new version of ‘The Probation Rules’

  • Fewer timescale targets

  • More discretion and flexibility

  • Focus on outcomes


Next steps for ‘The Probation Rules’

  • Trusts create own implementation plans

  • Quality framework developed centrally

  • Changing culture to enable discretion


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