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Conditional cautions: Evaluation of the women specific condition pilot.

Walklate, Sandra
June 4, 2015

Source: (2010) Ministry of Justice Research Series 14/10. London: Ministry of Justice.

This report presents the findings of the evaluation of the pilot of the conditional cautioning scheme referral of low-level, low-risk women offenders3 to Together Women (TW) centres between 1 September 2008 and 28 February 2009. The pilot was conducted in three sites: two of these, Leeds and Bradford, are situated within the West Yorkshire Police Service area; the third, Liverpool, is situated within Merseyside Police Service area. Within this report, the women specific condition (WSC) pilot sites in Bradford and Leeds have been grouped together and are commonly referred to as West Yorkshire. As Liverpool was the sole WSC pilot site in Merseyside, Liverpool is used within the report to refer to the WSC pilot site and Merseyside is used when referring to the organisations responsible for the administration of the WSC pilot. (excerpt)


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