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The Nine Pathways

In measuring the effectiveness of the RECOOP project and its ability to help reduce re-offending, we need to consider how our current work fits into the Nine Pathways which have been set in place to help rehabilitate and ultimately reduce re-offending on release. The pathways focus on all the different strands of life where work needs to be done to achieve stability and balance. Prisoners will need to draw on all of the help and support available in respect of each different pathway to have the best chance of living a crime-free life.

The Nine Pathways to Reducing Re-offending are:

  1. Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour
  2. Accommodation
  3. Drugs and Alcohol
  4. Children and Families
  5. Health
  6. Education, Training and Employment
  7. Finance, Benefit and Debt
  8. Abuse
  9. Prostitution

Working with older Offenders a lot of our work links in with the pathways, although often in different ways from the work that goes on with younger offenders.

For details of our work, click on the individual Pathways above.

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