The Reducing Reoffending Partnership delivers the Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland (DLNR) and Staffordshire & West Midlands (SWM) Community Rehabilitation Companies.

Transforming Rehabilitation is the government's programme of reform for the management of offenders in the community; the primary aim of which is to reduce reoffending. 

The issues driving people into a destructive cycle of prison, disadvantage and reoffending are highly complex and we know we cannot tackle these problems on our own. We are committed to working in partnership with local providers and building on the excellent work of the probation service.


Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company

Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) supervise around 6,800 offenders, who have been assessed as being low and medium risk of harm cases. The CRC provides public protection services to more than three million people within communities across the four counties of the East Midlands region.


Staffordshire & West Midlands Community Rehabilitation Company

Staffordshire & West Midlands CRC provides probation services for around 13,000 low and medium risk offenders across Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Probation experts work with offenders on different programmes such as Community Payback. Last year, for example, over 454,940 hours of Community Payback were completed across the region by 3,400 offenders.

 


Find out more

Please visit the Reducing Reoffending Partnership website for more information.


Alternatively please contact Adam Hart, RRP Chief Executive. 

T: 0207 265 3000

E: adam.hart@rrpgov.uk


 

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