Integrated Offender Management

Key performance measures

Key performance measures of the Reducing Reoffending Board

The board will oversee and audit, the partnership arrangements to achieve for the borough, a contribution towards a:

  • reduction in property crime

  • reduction in personal robbery

  • reduction of residential burglary

  • reduction of motor-vehicle crime

  • reduction in violence with injury

This in turn will drive collective offender management focus to deliver on a:

  • Reduction in re-offending rates - reduction in re-offending rates across all crime types for IOM cohort.

  • Reduction in property crime - of those eligible (committed a property offence in the previous 12 months), reduction in number of property crime committed by IOM cohort.

  • Reduction in violent crime - of those eligible (committed a violent offence in the previous 12 months), reduction in number of violence offences committed by IOM cohort.

  • Compliance - percentage of eligible cohort being compliant with community orders and licences.

  • Compliance - reduction in average OGRS (or other applicable) scoring for IOM cohort.

  • Health and social - percentage retention rate in treatment for 12 weeks or more for those on the IOM cohort.

  • Health and social - percentage of cohort who are in a suitable and stable housing situation.

  • Health and social - percentage of cohort who gain and retain employment and or skills training for 4 weeks or more.

It is also hoped that in pursuing our current key performance indicators as directed by the Local Criminal Justice Board, we will be in a strong position, to address specific outcomes within the Public Health Outcomes Framework.