Partner organisations

The operational work of the project - telephone interviews, System Maps, Focus Groups and building this website - has been completed by the two Subject Experts - JO CHILVERS and TONY GRAPES. 

CEP is the European Organisation for Probation.  It aims to promote the social inclusion of offenders through community sanctions and measures such as probation, community service, mediation and conciliation

The National Offender Management Service  for England and Wales  is the umbrella agency for prisons and probation in England and Wales

Reclassering Nederland is the Dutch Probation Service.  It is funded by the Ministry of Justice and Security.  It works with convicted and suspected offenders to minimise the risk of reoffending

The Justice Department  delivers Prison and Probation Services in  Catalonia, within the legal context of the  central  Spanish Administration

The Department of Prison and Probation Service  forms part of the Ministry of Justice.  It works to multi-year agreements within the Ministry.  The running of prison and probation services is government by a published set of values and principles

The Institute for Criminal Policy Research carries out multidisciplinary research into crime and the criminal justice system.  It is part of Birkbeck College, University of London

The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion is one of the UK's leading not-for-profit organisations dedicated to tackling disadvantage and promoting social justice

The Directorate within the European Commission which provided funding for the DOMICE project.  Re-organised in 2010 into "Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship" and "Home Affairs"

Founded in 1998, Crime Prevention Fund - IGA is one of the leading NGOs in Bulgaria, working toward system reform, crime prevention and the rehabilitation of offenders.  The organisation is well connected across Europe and has been involved in over 120 projects, working through 50 staff in 4 centres