In December 2010, the Ministry of Justice published its criminal justice reform green paper, Breaking the Cycle: Effective punishment, rehabilitation and sentencing of offenders , which sets out the government's ambition for all criminal justice services to be delivered according to payment by results principles by 2015. This article describes the proposals contained in the green paper to implement a process of payment by results across the criminal justice system, examines some existing examples of payment by results-based projects, and discusses some of the key questions that need to be resolved in the development of this new approach.
Safer Communities – Pier Professional
Published: Apr 1, 2011
Keywords: Payment by results
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