The HMPS Partnership

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Your invitation to work with The HMPS Partnership
Grant Bremer
Shaw Trust Supply Chain Director
Kamini Sanghani
Working Links Commercial Development Manager
Teresa Cairney
Shaw Trust Partnerships
Introductions & Agenda
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Who are the Partnership?
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Outline requirement
Locations
Schedule
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Questions
Introductions
Shaw Trust:
Working Links:
• Established in 1983, Shaw Trust is a national
charity which supports disabled and
disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find
jobs and live more independently.
Working Links was established in 2000 with the sole
purpose of supporting unemployed and disadvantaged
individuals into lasting employment.
• Through last 29 years, has supported over
400,000 people to change their lives through
work and greater independence
Our unique mix of government, private and voluntary
sector ownership gives us the flexibility, scope and
investment opportunities to consistently deliver positive
futures for individuals and their communities.
• We believe everyone has the right to work
and we have campaigned for over 25 years to
turn our vision into a reality
To date, we’ve worked with over 15,000 employers to
deliver a range of innovative employment solutions.
• Every year we work with over 75,000 clients
who face barriers due to disability, ill health or
social circumstance. Thousands of employers
and public sector organisations also benefit
from our range of services for business
• We are the UK’s largest third sector provider
and one of the Government’s lead partners in
the delivery of employment programmes for
disabled and disadvantaged people
What do we need to do?
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Payment By Results (Pbr)
To develop PbR proposals for the bids for nine prisons
The nine prisons are:
– HMP Acklington (North East region)
– HMP Castington (North East region)
– HMP Coldingly (South East region)
– HMP Durham (North East region)
– HMP & YOI Hatfield (Yorkshire & Humberside region)
– HMP Lindholme (Yorkshire & Humberside region)
– HMP & YOI Moorland (Yorkshire & Humberside region)
– HMP Onley (East Midlands region)
– HMP Wolds (Yorkshire & Humberside region)
Both near Amble in Northumberland
Category C prisons for convicted adult
male prisoners
Within Durham city centre : Category B local
prison for male prisoners serving the courts in
the area
Near Everthorpe, East Yorkshire
Category C training prison holding
adult males
HMP South Yorkshire (3 sites) in Hatfield,
South Yorkshire, 10 miles north of
Doncaster
HMP & YOI Moorland: Category C
training prison holding sentenced adults
and sentenced young offenders
HMP Lindholme: a split site part
Category C training prison and part
Immigration Detention Centre housing
adult males
HMP & YOI Hatfield: Category D open
resettlement prison holding sentenced
adult prisoners and sentenced young
offenders
Near Rugby, Warwickshire
Category C training prison holding
adult male prisoners
Near Bisley in Woking
Category C working prison and is
focused on the resettlement of
prisoners
Your services: How they are targeted
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Adult offenders
Offenders with mental health conditions
Offenders with physical health conditions
Offenders with learning disabilities
Women offenders
Young offenders (up to age 21)
Older offenders (aged 50+)
Offenders from black and minority ethnic groups (BAME)
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender offenders (LGBT)
Foreign national prisoners
The HMPS Partnership: Better together
• The HMPS Partnership has been established to realise the
Ministry of Justice’s vision of Better For Less through a new
approach to partnership
• Our unique mix of public, private and voluntary sector partners
gives us the flexibility, scope and investment opportunities to
consistently deliver positive futures for offenders and their
communities
• HMPS, Working Links, Mitie and Shaw Trust will together deliver
new and innovative models which put the offender at the centre of
all we do
Our experience:
Working Links Justice Services:
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Is one of the largest providers of government
support and rehabilitation programmes and is an
embedded provider with MoJ
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Has worked on many projects specifically
targeted at helping ex-offenders move closer to
work and helped c40,000 ex-offenders into work
from over 30 prisons across England & Wales
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Achieved success in the Justice market built on
over 11 years’ experience in welfare to work
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Works with ex-offenders in custody and the
community
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Gives ex-offenders access to mainstream
employment and skills provision to promote
successful resettlement
Shaw Trust:
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Is the UK’s largest third sector provider of
employment services for disabled and
disadvantaged people.
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Works in partnership with public sector
organisations to develop and deliver effective
social care services which empower people to
live more independent lives.
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Provide a range of diversity management
services for business including recruitment, help
to retain valued staff, ensuring websites are
accessible to all and much more.
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Works with approximately 69,000 clients,
around 18,000 employers and many public sector
organisations every year.
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Supported 18,975 clients into employment last
year & helped 1,266 people gain qualifications
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Partnered with 18,000 employers last year
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• What are the individual’s
education and training
requirements?
• What can be achieved prerelease as part of a co-ordinated
approach?
• What will be need postrelease?
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• Assess prisoner pre-sentence
accommodation circumstances
and immediately address any
issues surrounding sustaining,
changing or closing tenancy
agreements
• Prioritise support for prisoners’
families to inform benefit
agencies of a change in
circumstances, helping prevent
debt and ultimately
homelessness
• Will need close working
relationships with local
authorities, registered social
landlords etc to improve settled
accommodation on release
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• Assess financial capability and
ensure offenders manage their
finances in order to support their
family and plan ahead for release
• Debt advice and support
available in custody?
• Support families in dealing with
JCP, credit companies, utility
providers and banks
• At least 75% of offenders are in
receipt of benefits immediately
before entering prison
• Clarify the position of the
prisoner and action any transfer
or closure of the claim
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• Play a significant role in
motivating an offender towards
rehabilitation
• Ensure all families of offenders
are supported and access every
available visiting opportunity,
helping the whole family to
rebuild relationships and
communicate effectively
• Strong community and family
engagement pays dividends in
terms of successful job
outcomes.
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• Can care needs can be met by
mainstream provision?
• Early assessment of need
taking into consideration physical
and mental health such as the
requirements of problematic
drug and alcohol misusers
• Emotional impact of
relationship breakdown
• We have developed our own
Condition Management
Programme that can help
individuals to manage their
illness or disability and its
negative impact upon their daily
lives.
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• What are the requirements for
support to ex-offenders with
drug and alcohol issues?
• What support has been
provided to date?
• What is appropriate support
post-release?
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• A key factor behind our CCM
assessment
• Circumstances –
understand barriers
• Capabilities – explore
strengths
• Motivation – set goals
• Encourage offenders to
develop the capacity to make
decisions and reflect and think
about their situation
• We have a proven model of
motivational training that
specifically addresses attitudes
and thinking
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
• How best to provide mentoring
support through to work?
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
• What works best?
Accommodation
• What innovation can we bring?
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
The HMPS Partnership: How you can add value
Education, training and employment
Accommodation
Finance, benefits and debt
Children and families
Mental and physical health
Drugs and alcohol
Attitude, thinking and behaviour
Peer mentoring solutions
Restorative Justice solutions
Challenges?
• What will our offer look like?
– Composition?
– Scale?
– Costs?
• Timing
Our partners: Our selection process
Expression of interest
form submitted
Partnerships
confirmed on
contract award
Add organisations
achieving
benchmark to
qualified supplier
list
Review solution with
authority as part of
negotiation period
Inform and include
partners in the Stage 1
bid
Terms and
conditions agreed
during Stage 2 bid
The prisons competition: Key dates
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Mar
Invitation to negotiate:
Stage 1 bids in:
Stage 1 evaluation:
Stage 2:
Conclude negotiation:
Contract award:
Service commencement:
Apr
May
Stage 1
Evaluation
Prepare
Jun
Jul
Stage 2 &
Negotiations
Finalise bid
January 2012
April 2012
April to May 2012
May 2012
July 2012
October 2012
Early 2013
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Contract Award
Plan for success
Jan
Feb
Mar
Service starts
Mobilisation
Trans’tion Transform
Timescales: what and when
What
When
Expression of Interest Form and NonDisclosure Agreement issued
Thursday 8 March
Deadline for completed EoIs
12pm Friday 23 March
HMPS Partnership’s Stage 1 submission
Friday 13 April
HMPS Partnership’s Stage 2 submission
July 2012
Contract award
October 2012
Commence delivery
Early 2013
Expression of Interest: What next?
Expression of interest form and non-disclosure agreement available from
the Working Links website at:
http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/docs/EOIQuestionnaire.docx
http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/docs/NDAConfidentiality.doc
Contact us on either:
[email protected] or
[email protected]
or call Grant Bremer 07872 414051 or Roger Guy on 07967 569354
Thank You: Questions?
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