East Sussex Reoffending and IOM Needs Assessment. Accommodation and Offending. Why is it important?. Having stable accommodation can reduce reconviction rates by over 20%. (Home Office)
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Accommodation and Offending
In your experience….
1) What are your thoughts in relation to the findings on accommodation needs of offenders in East Sussex? (e.g. is this larger/smaller than expected)
2) Are there areas in East Sussex where you think offenders are more or less likely to have accommodation needs?
3) In your experience, are there any groups of offenders who are more likely to have an unmet accommodation need? (e.g. older offenders, BME groups of offenders)
4) In your experience, do offenders experience any further barriers in communicating their accommodation needs and seeking support?
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In your experience…
1) What are your thoughts in relation to the offender consultation findings?
2) Where are the greatest gaps in accommodation and support services (now and in the future) and how can these be overcome?
3) What are the advantages and pitfalls of service provision for offenders as it is currently structured?
4) Are there any other means of supporting offenders with accommodation needs to resettle/reform? What are the advantages/pitfalls with these?
How can the service you represent link in with the Integrated Offender Management approach, to ensure the accommodation and support needs of offenders are met?