Rehabilitation and release planning

Planning to address the rehabilitation needs of women starts on their arrival at the prison and they are actively engaged in the delivery and review of their own progression plan. The public are kept safe and release plans are thorough and well delivered.

Reducing reoffending

Planning for and help with rehabilitation and resettlement starts on arrival at the prison. Opportunities are provided for women to access help and support aimed at developing individual strengths and providing opportunities to reduce their likelihood of reoffending.

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Motivation, engagement and progression

Women are fully engaged to progress throughout the custodial sentence.

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Protecting the public from harm

The public are protected from harm during the custodial phase and on release.

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Preparation for release

The specific reintegration needs of women are met through individualised multi-agency plans to maximise the likelihood of successful resettlement.

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