Sector: Justice & Offender Rehabilitation

Justice & Offender Rehabilitation

At any given time, there are over 80,000 offenders in UK prisons, and a further 100,000 under probationary supervision. The Ministry of Justice, including the HM Prison & Probation Service, purchase services aimed to supervise, rehabilitate, and prevent reoffending by these offenders. Ex-offenders are also a key target group for housing, substance misuse recovery, and employability services commissioned by a wider range of local authorities and other agencies.

Why choose Carley Consult?

“Carley Consult supported extensively on the bid development. A number of workshops were held, such as an operational modelling critique session and win themes. The support for the development of the service delivery solution was invaluable.”

Christine Cavanagh, Former Director of Strategic Development & Marketing, West Yorkshire CRC Ltd

Sub Sectors

Community Resettlement Companies (CRCs)

Substance Abuse & Addiction Recovery Services

Education, Skills & Employability Programmes

Court & Custody Services

Offender Monitoring

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Projects

Cabinet Office Mutual Support Programme

We supported Resolutions, a proposed public sector mutual aiming to divest from the West Yorkshire Probation Trust, to contest opportunities through the MoJ’s Transforming Rehabilitation competition. We provided legal support to assist negotiations with a joint venture partner (Prospects Services), facilitated workshops to identify bid win themes and critique operational solutions, and developed tools and resources to help assist the bid campaign.

National Offender Management Service (NOMS) ESF CFO3

We were commissioned by Shaw Trust to support their bid campaign to secure ESF Co-finance Round 3 contracts, aimed at improving the social inclusion of ex-offenders, reducing re-offending and providing access to training and employment. Shaw Trust won three of the nine 5 year contracts available, covering London, the East of England and the South West, with a combined indicative value of £31m.