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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.

How we manage offenders

Reducing re-offending pathways

NOMS reduces re-offending by working with offenders to change their behaviour and addressing the issues that may lead them to re-offend.

Under the National Reducing Re-offending Delivery Plan (new window) we drive this work forward through seven reducing re-offending pathways and three reducing re-offending alliances (new window).

We aim to:

  • establish cross-agency effective partnerships at national, regional and local level
  • establish alliances with the corporate, civic, and voluntary/faith sectors
  • prioritise information sharing and joint ownership of outcomes
  • develop innovative provision at local level alongside nationally-sponsored initiatives