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Whose crime is it anyway?

Speakers:
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Justice Select Committee Yasmin Qureshi MP, Justice Select Committee Paul McDowell,Chief Executive, Nacro
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
Two strands of government thinking in public policy have been paying providers by results for achieving reduced re-offending, and intervening early in children’s lives to improve later life outcomes. Can preventsative interventions in criminal justice, focusing on young people at risk of committing crimes, be paid by results? Speakers:
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Justice Select Committee Yasmin Qureshi MP, Justice Select Committee Paul McDowell,Chief Executive, Nacro
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
Two strands of government thinking in public policy have been paying providers by results for achieving reduced re-offending, and intervening early in children’s lives to improve later life outcomes. Can preventsative interventions in criminal justice, focusing on young people at risk of committing crimes, be paid by results? Speakers:
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Justice Select Committee Yasmin Qureshi MP, Justice Select Committee Paul McDowell,Chief Executive, Nacro
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
Two strands of government thinking in public policy have been paying providers by results for achieving reduced re-offending, and intervening early in children’s lives to improve later life outcomes. Can preventsative interventions in criminal justice, focusing on young people at risk of committing crimes, be paid by results? Speakers:
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Justice Select Committee Yasmin Qureshi MP, Justice Select Committee Paul McDowell,Chief Executive, Nacro
Chair: Ian Mulheirn, Director, Social Market Foundation
Two strands of government thinking in public policy have been paying providers by results for achieving reduced re-offending, and intervening early in children’s lives to improve later life outcomes. Can preventsative interventions in criminal justice, focusing on young people at risk of committing crimes, be paid by results?

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