1. This agency had the biggest spending reductions in England and Wales, which has fallen by almost a third since 2011 to 2012., 2.This agency faced significant cuts in expenditure of 12.6 per cent, although most of this fall occurred between 2011 to 2012 and 2013 to 2014, with spending declining at a much slower rate since then., 3. This agency's funding fell by only 5.3 per cent since 2011 to 2012, and in fact rising by 8.8 per cent between 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016., 4. Between 2010 and 2018 the overall budget was cut by 19%. This led to a fall of 20000 in numbers in the same period., 5. Some investigations are dropped into serious cases including into sexual offences, violent attacks and arson as these take longer to investigate. E.g. rape cases take on average 129 days to solve, compared with two days for theft or criminal damage., 6. More stress and staff absences, 7. Failure to find and/or disclose information to CPS leading to collapsing cases., 8. 25% budget cut between 2010 and 2018 led to the loss of a third of staff. •Necessity to investigate technology in cases means extra man-hours and cases collapsing (e.g. Liam Allan) Necessity to investigate technology in cases means extra man-hours and cases collapsing (e.g. Liam Allan) , 9. Marked decline in performance with inadequate progression and preparation of cases, 10. High staff turnover = less experienced staff High staff turnover à less experienced staff, 11. Lack of time to assist police in their investigations, 12. Accused of downgrading charges so it can prosecute in the magistrates courts – as this is quicker and cheaper than the Crown Court., 13. Backlogs of up to 2 years, 14. Prisoners held on remand for lengthy periods of time, 15. Between 2010 and 2018 the budget fell by 16% and staff levels 15%, while many more experienced staff left the service., 16. Staff shortages mean extended lock-up blamed. There is also serious overcrowding., 17. Riots by prisoners – HMP The Mount riots (2016) showed lack of social control, 18. Few rehabilitation prospects, 19. Recidivism rates are around 60% within a year of those serving short sentences. For longer sentences this percentage drops., 20. Privatisation may have contributed to the crisis e.g. HM Prison - staff had become worn down by chronic staff shortages, 21. Inadequate supervision of judge orders, 22. Poor pre-sentencing / pre-release reports, 23. Needs to be properly funded and well-staffed by trained personnel due to private sector community rehabilitation companies being scrapped in 2020 due to underperformance, 24. Government grants previously available have been reduced - lost more than £3.8 billion in grants from the government over the past decade..

Unit 4 AC3.3 - Finance/Resources/Recidivism Trashketball


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