Created 09/24/2012 - 8 months ago
"Policy Exchange has done some really important work around reforming community sentences"
Today we launch our new #tagging report on how to empower #police & #probation to fight #crime & rehabilitate http://t.co/UE7uic1u
Today @Policy_Exchange suggests private sector #tagging expenditure might be better spent on policing or probation http://t.co/FnDugjV8
RT @RoryGeo: #Tagging Fact: The next 9 years could see up to £3bn of taxpayers' money paid to outsourced providers http://t.co/UE7uic1u
RT @RoryGeo: #Tagging Fact: £883 million of this could have been used to fund 2,000 #probation officers or 1,200 #police officers http:/ ...
@Policy_Exchange report suggests reform of #Tagging system http://t.co/1nFr2CIy. In immig #detention, resp not clear for tags-off decisions.
RT @RoryGeo: #Tagging Fact: Large, centrally-procured contacts have locked in high costs and outdated technology http://t.co/UE7uic1u
#Tagging Fact: 90% of police and probation agree there is potential for more effective use - find out how: http://t.co/UE7uic1u
#Police on #Tagging: "New options should be explored, particularly with high risk offenders, such as PPOs" http://t.co/UE7uic1u
#Police on #Tagging: "[It] does not meet the needs of sentencers ... they want something they can use effectively" http://t.co/UE7uic1u
RT @RoryGeo: #Police on #TAGGING: "The system that is used focuses on processes, not the outcomes it is intended to achieve" http://t.co ...
#Tagging Fact: 1 in 4 #police forces believe current #tagging services are ineffective http://t.co/UE7uic1u
Broadly sympathetic to @Policy_Exchange’s #Tagging report http://t.co/FnDugjV8 but v significant #police £££ implications seem rather buried
#TAGGING Fact: The Ministry of Justice spent £116million on #tagging in England and Wales last year http://t.co/UE7uic1u
#Tagging could supercharge real-time #crime fighting by #police in London and elsewhere http://t.co/UE7uic1u http://t.co/EFYY0kqL
@Policy_exchange argues tagging could be creative; current contract stifles this; so allow PCC's 2 commission locally. http://t.co/GR5yn2wn
#Tagging Fact: 2011-12 saw 105,000 new starts and an average daily caseload of almost 25,000 offenders on #tag http://t.co/UE7uic1u
@RoryGeo at Policy Exchange challenges procurement model of #tagging : local innovation more efficient and effective. http://t.co/WJ1nvOdR
RT @RoryGeo: Follow #tagging for key facts, recommendations, the views of #police, #probation, #vendors and the public http://t.co/UE7uic1u
RT @StIvesCriminal: Policy think tank reports that arrangements for electronic tagging are too expensive and fail to cut re-offending ht ...
RT @RoryGeo: Our latest report, Future of Corrections, on making the best use of #tagging in the years ahead http://t.co/UE7uic1u http:/ ...
#Tagging Fact: 51% of survey respondents say they can secure a better service and greater value through local contracts http://t.co/UE7uic1u
RT @fedsec2: http://t.co/SKnj1dQU Extraordinary Policy exchange shock, give work to police as private sector not working! R they worried ...
An early start, discussing our latest #tagging report on @BBCr4today at around 0650 hours #r4today. Follow #tagging http://t.co/UE7uic1u
Our #tagging report examines the current problems and looks at how we can radically reform the system http://t.co/UE7uic1u