PeoplePlus seeking partners to bid for probation delivery

Posted 04.12.2019

PeoplePlus is a leading public service provider, supporting hundreds of thousands of people each year. They run a wide range of frontline public services including the Warwickshire and West Mercia Community Rehabilitation Company, where they employ over 270 people and have supported more than 15,000 service users in 7 locations since 2015 through prison education, independent living, skills training and employment support on behalf of the government, recruitment, skills development and wellbeing solutions to employers.

The Ministry of Justice is changing its approach to the delivery of probation services. From 2021 the new Probation Delivery Partners, private and voluntary sector organisations will deliver interventions and rehabilitative services, including unpaid work, accredited programmes and non-accredited structured interventions, with a role in supporting the National Probation Service to identify and deliver wider innovation.

PeoplePlus are looking for partners who share their vision, values and commitment to delivering high performing services that transform people’s lives, building on their existing justice partner network to deliver the unpaid work, accredited programmes and non-accredited structured interventions elements of the Ministry of Justice Probation Delivery Partner Contract and will issue further call’s for partners for the Dynamic Framework once they have reviewed the specification.


The deadline for completed Expressions of Interest Forms is no later than 5pm on Friday 6th December.

BBO is having a significant impact on individual lives, supporting people to increase their confidence, independence and achieve their employment aspirations.

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