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NOMS has been restructured to join up prison and probation headquarters as part of the reorganisation of the Ministry of Justice. This website will remain live but will no longer be updated. Up to date information about NOMS can now be found on the Ministry of Justice website.

About us

Working with partners

NOMS recognises that to manage offenders well, we must work closely with local, regional and national partner organisations.

When offenders are committed to changing, they need to be assisted by the support of mainstream services. This includes access to healthcare, education, drug treatment, employment, social and family links, housing, and finance and benefits.

NOMS is committed to strong partnership working across Government, with local Government, employers and the voluntary and community sector, as well as with local people and communities.

Partnership working is in everyone's interest because tackling an offender's behaviour tackles social exclusion and helps make society better and safer for everyone.

 

Explore this section to find out more about how we work with partners:

  • Service providers

    Find out how we work with offender management service providers and register with our National Provider Network.

  • The Alliances

    Three alliances have been set up to enable NOMS to build relationships with the wider community.

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