Links to other research and evaluations

Research Report: Evaluation of the Low Moss PSP 2016

16/05/17

The Low Moss Public Social Partnership (PSP) is a partnership between the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) and a... Read More

Strengthening Engagement Project Case Studies

11/11/16

Collaborative working with the Third Sector in Community Justice The Community Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 includes the duty... Read More

Research report: Evaluation of the Reducing Reoffending Change Fund

16/02/16

The Scottish Government has published an independent evaluation of the Reducing Reoffending Change Fund.  A summary of the findings is... Read More

Research report: Housing and Reoffending

08/01/16

The Scottish Government has published research findings in to supporting people who serve short-term sentences to secure and... Read More

‘From Vision to Reality – Transforming Scotland’s Care of Women in Custody’

27/10/15

In May 2015, the SPS held an international symposium to consider the future direction of custody for women... Read More

Research report: Evaluation of Women’s Community Justice Centres

15/10/15

Over 2013-15, the Scottish Government funded 16 projects across Scotland to establish new and develop existing community services... Read More

Research Report: Preventing Homelessness and Reducing Reoffending

30/09/15

Shelter Scotland has published findings of in-depth interviews with 16 service users of the Supporting Prisoners Advice Network about... Read More

What Works to Reduce Reoffending? 2015 Summary of the Evidence

30/05/15

The Scottish Government has published an updated version of the original review entitled ‘What Works to Reduce Reoffending:... Read More

Evaluation report: Shine Women’s Mentoring Service

28/02/15

The evaluation findings for the Shine Women’s Mentoring Service have been published and the full report is available... Read More

Scottish Prisoner Survey 2013 – Thematic reports

04/07/14

The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) has published a number of thematic commentaries presenting the key findings from the... Read More