Anti-Social Behaviour Training

Anti-Social Behaviour Training

Deliver generic accredited offending behaviour programme in a supported environment and offer post release support.

Reference number: 2201-3-Reducing Reoffending-SE-Project

Deadline date:17/08/2012

This deadline is for… Expressions of interest to be returned.

Contract value:£108,000 – £120,000

Location where the contract is to be carried out: England

Is this suitable for smaller suppliers? Yes

Is this contract suitable for a voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations? Yes

Name of the buying organisation: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Procurement – CMT L&SE


Description of the contract

Pilot programme to deliver service including an accredited generic living / thinking skills programme in a therapeutically enhanced environment which supports the learning on the programme, promotes pro-social living and challenges anti-social behaviour and attitudes. In addition, once released the offender is supported in the community to maximise and generalise the learning on the programme, and to reduce or stop their reoffending, the risk of serious harm is reduced and the programme is successfully completed as a requirement of a sentence of the court, the sentence plan in custody and/or a requirement of a licence upon release. In addition we require proposals to consider regarding the evaluation of the provision against the overarching outcomes required



Classification of the contract

75231200 Services related to the detention or rehabilitation of criminals

85310000 Social work services


Additional information

Who to contact

Contact name Andrew Hubbard

Organisation name Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Procurement – CMT L&SE

Address , SW1H 9HD

Telephone 0300 047 5123

Extension number:


Web address


How to apply

This notice is to assess the level of interest from the market in a service of this type with a view to running a pilot for a period of one year at one of more designated Category C Prisons in England or Wales. An evaluation will be made at the end of the period of one year with the evaluation process being used to inform the decision making process on whether this programme is to be offered across a wider number of prisons in England and Wales. Initial responses to expressions of interest in should be returned by Friday 17th August 2012 to both Michael Adu at the email address and Andrew Hubbard at the e-mail address