The launch of the Make Justice Work report – Just Results – into the use of Payment by Results for community sentencing has generated some positive feedback and made a valuable contribution [...]
Make Justice Work, the campaign to highlight the cost of short-term prison sentences and to improve public confidence in community sentences, just published an interesting report on payment by [...]
Make Justice Work has today published ‘Just Results’, which is an in-depth report looking at the principles of using a Payment by Results in the delivery of offenders services.
The British Government and its Ministry of Justice are coming under increasing criticism over plans to introduce Payment by Results (PbR) to community sentences.
This morning Make Justice Work published their report on the principles that should underlie how Payment by Results (PbR) should operate in the criminal justice sector. The principles were based [...]
Today Roma Hooper appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme to discuss out latest report Just Results. You can listen to the interview on iPlayer at 1 hour 20 minutes.
PBR is to this government what PFI (the private-finance initiative) was to its predecessor¬—a magic bullet supposed to help the state achieve its aims at minimal cost. PFIs were mainly about [...]
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MJW attended the Howard League Community Programmes Awards 2012 at the Kings Fund today. It was fantastic to see so many programmes doing such good work and making a difference. Here are a list [...]
Roma Hooper, Director of Make Justice Work said, “MJW broadly supports the principles behind the Swift and Sure Justice White Paper. However our chief concern is that speeding up the Courts [...]
“Flash incarceration” of offenders who breach court orders, widespread naming online of those convicted, more witnesses giving evidence via videolink and Sunday court sittings are [...]