Lee Whitehead, Partner at Adaptus Consulting shares views on why education in prisons must have a bigger impact.
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Lee Whitehead, Partner at Adaptus Consulting LLP reflects on how the big changes need Third Sector supply chains to improve outcomes and save money
Adaptus Consulting is growing – we are aiming to increase our capacity to work with clients in particular in the criminal justice, offender management, drug treatment, mental health, health and social care, supported housing and welfare to work sectors.
The Welsh Affairs Committee is undertaking an inquiry into prisons in Wales and the treatment of Welsh offenders. Adaptus Partner, Kevin Lockyer, was invited to give evidence to the Committee on 20 January.
The House of Commons Justice Committee is conducting an inquiry into prison planning and policy, with terms of reference focusing on:
What to do next Now that the Transforming Rehabilitation competition has finished, has the opportunity for innovative tier 2 and tier 3 providers passed?:
Justice sector activity – Transforming Rehabilitation, NOMS CFO 3 programme and Secure Training Centres re-tender
TR bids went in at the end of June/early July. The MoJ will issue clarification questions over the coming weeks with the aim to announce preferred bidders in September.
Raj Patel writes: I am beginning to wonder if the public sector should actually exist. If we privatise the entire sector surely we will better
Lee Whitehead writes: So as TR bids become ready for their submission at the end of June (preferred bidder notifications in September)
Lee Whitehead writes: Getting to the sharp end of Transforming Rehabilitation bids, and inevitably one gets to thinking about how to shape them
A radical plan to reform the prison estate – authored by Kevin Lockyer, Adaptus partner