Clinks have published a briefing on NOMS' new version of the Commissioning Intentions Discussion Document, which has been updated for the 2013-2014 commissioning cycle.
In our briefing we highlight several important differences from the previous NOMS document; notably the intention to revise the segmentation methodology used to categorise the offender population, clear guidance on what constitutes good evidence of an intervention's effectiveness, and a greater recognition of the significance of intermediate outcomes.
NOMS is asking stakeholders to send any feedback or comments to them by 8th August 2012. These will be used to inform a second version of the document to be published in the autumn.
Download Clinks' briefing
Download NOMS Commissioning Intentions Discussion Document