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Smart on crime, tough on the causes of crime

Speakers:
Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP Debbie Ryan, Working Links Clive Martin, Director, Clinks Simon Israel, Channel 4 News
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
The Government plans to pay providers by results to reduce re-offending. But rehabilitation is only one of the goals of an effective criminal justice system. Is there a danger that by loading financial incentives onto reducing re-offending we weaken the emphasis on offender punishment and reparation? Is payment by results in community sentences likely to mean offenders get an ‘easy ride’?  Speakers:
Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP Debbie Ryan, Working Links Clive Martin, Director, Clinks Simon Israel, Channel 4 News
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
The Government plans to pay providers by results to reduce re-offending. But rehabilitation is only one of the goals of an effective criminal justice system. Is there a danger that by loading financial incentives onto reducing re-offending we weaken the emphasis on offender punishment and reparation? Is payment by results in community sentences likely to mean offenders get an ‘easy ride’?  Speakers:
Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP Debbie Ryan, Working Links Clive Martin, Director, Clinks Simon Israel, Channel 4 News
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
The Government plans to pay providers by results to reduce re-offending. But rehabilitation is only one of the goals of an effective criminal justice system. Is there a danger that by loading financial incentives onto reducing re-offending we weaken the emphasis on offender punishment and reparation? Is payment by results in community sentences likely to mean offenders get an ‘easy ride’?  Speakers:
Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP Debbie Ryan, Working Links Clive Martin, Director, Clinks Simon Israel, Channel 4 News
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
The Government plans to pay providers by results to reduce re-offending. But rehabilitation is only one of the goals of an effective criminal justice system. Is there a danger that by loading financial incentives onto reducing re-offending we weaken the emphasis on offender punishment and reparation? Is payment by results in community sentences likely to mean offenders get an ‘easy ride’? 

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