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Skills for Justice: New Employers, new models


sfjEmployers in the Justice sector have identified a need for support in using a range of business improvement and process re-engineering tools to deliver transformational change. Skills for Justice will trial and test the use and value of a range of existing tools including ISO and IiP across the sector and develop new tools in three test bed sites across the UK.

Return On Investment

  • Developing and implementing a Policing Professional Framework to support all police officers and staff in Scotland will release an annual saving of up to £1.2m by 2015
  • Developing and implementing an evidential standard for investigating and prosecuting cybercrime will reduce loss to business by up to £135m and contribute to growth and wealth creation by 2020
  • Introducing an online learner network for the Offender Management workforce will enable the sharing of learning programmes and expertise in commerciality. This will lead to reduced costs and support new skills development by 2015

UK Commission investment: £1,075,461
Employer/Other Investment: £0
Employer/Other in-kind investment: £370,800

Further Information

For more information about this project please contact:
Website: http://www.sfjuk.com/
Contact details: http://www.sfjuk.com/about/contact/

 

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