Introduction

Purpose of the review to which this consultation will contribute

To highlight the role of sport in rehabilitation and resettlement in justice and build a model for effective partnerships with community organisations to improve the delivery of programmes for offenders.

Responses to this consultation

Individual responses will not be published but we will collate responses to inform the review. We will not use identifying information about you without seeking your permission first. We ask you to indicate your role / area of interest so we can give an overview of where responses have been received from, but you do not have to provide this information.

Consultation outcome

The results of the public consultation will be used together with other data and evidence to inform the recommendations of the review.

Target group

All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly welcome from:

  • Staff and leaders of prisons (adult male and female), Young Offender Institutes, Secure Training Centres, Secure Children’s Homes
  • Representatives from sporting organisations and bodies
  • Representatives from Criminal Justice third sector / community organisations
  • Youth organisations
  • Academics
  • Those who have been previously incarcerated
  • Family members / supporters of those who are incarcerated or were previously incarcerated

Objective of the consultation

The online questionnaire will gauge public opinion on the importance of the role of sport in rehabilitation and resettlement in justice with the aim of building a model for effective partnerships with community organisations in order to improve the delivery of programmes for offenders.

Contact
Professor Rosie Meek: r.meek@rhul.ac.uk

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