GEDDES, L., 2010. The Prolific and other Priority Offender programme: in search of collaborative public management. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.
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The purpose of the research was to assess the implementation and management of the Prolific and Priority Offender (PPO) programme, examining the barriers to and enabling factors for managing in partnership, whilst evaluating the settlement between three management models. The research provides evidence for a newer model of management, better suited to deliver on the shared outcomes government requires from its public programmes. Research has shown that although crime is multi-causal, a range of agencies separately intervene into service users’ lives. Collaborative Public Management joins up these interventions to improve crime reduction.
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|Date Added:||09 Oct 2015 09:33|
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