Leaving Prison and Housing. Introduction and Context. Key Statistics. Ministry of Justice found that 15% of prisoners had no accommodation prior to imprisonment One third say they have nowhere to go on leaving prison
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Introduction and Context
Cooper, V. (2013) No Fixed Abode, Howard League for Penal Reform, available from http://www.howardleague.org/publications-resettlement/
Gojkovic, D. Mills, A. and Meek, R. (2012) Accommodation for Ex-offenders, Third Sector Research Centre at: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/generic/tsrc/research/service-delivery/criminal-justice/wp-77-accommodation-ex-offenders.aspx
Harding, A. and Harding, J. (2006) Inclusion and Exclusion in the Re-housing of Former Prisoners, Probation Journal 53 (2), pp. 139-155
Ministry of Justice (2014) Target Operating Model: Version 3 Rehabilitation Programmeat http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/rehab-prog/competition/target-operating-model-3.pdf