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What Works in Jersey: The First Ten Years


The Jersey probation service has been implementing
its own version of ‘what works’ for the last ten years.
This paper outlines the approach used, and
describes particular aspects of the development
process which are believed to have contributed to
relatively successful implementation. These include
comprehensive risk/need assessment; good use of
information; good communication; support from
sentencers and staff; and partnership with outside
bodies able to provide training, development and
research support.

Categories Law, Social science
Keywords Communication Strategies, Development Process, Need Assessment, Probation Service, Staff Support
Author Brian Heath, Helen Miles, Peter Raynor
Date published 2002
Document type Article
Organisation Jersey Probation and After-Care Service
IRR Code IRR/JPACS/2002.43890
File Type pdf