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We have given Bristol YOT an overall rating of ‘Requires improvement’. Staff and managers in Bristol YOT tried hard to deliver a high-quality service to support the desistance of children and young people from offending, address their safety and wellbeing needs, and protect others.

We have given Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) a ‘Requires Improvement’ rating. Nevertheless, this CRC has clear strengths. It is performing well against some of our new standards, and its leaders are ambitious to do better still.

HM Inspectorate of Probation found poor practice was widespread in Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs), which supervise low and medium-risk offenders across England and Wales.

This plan sets out the inspections of the Criminal Justice System for 2018/19 in which two or more of our inspectorates will be working together.

Hertfordshire Youth Offending Team is doing ‘outstanding’ work with children and young people. Inspectors found staff in Hertfordshire offered excellent support to children and young people to help them move away from crime and antisocial behaviour.

Hampshire YOS was well led by its management board. Inspectors found particularly strong multi-agency partnership working and an excellent range of interventions to reduce the likelihood of reoffending by young people aged from 10 to 18.