What works for Women

This summary presents the findings of a review of the evidence of what interventions, and targets for intervention, reduce women’s reoffending. The review also examines evidence of factors that promote desistance from crime. The review was commissioned to assist the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) in designing an evidence-based commissioning strategy by summarising the evidence base into ‘what works’ to address key areas.

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