What evidence is there for effective intervention?
The Home Office produce online information in relation to effective practice. This sets out examples of effective practice from around the country, covering issues such as burglary, robbery and prostitution.
A Scottish Government paper sets out the main evidence for why offenders move away from committing more crimes in the future.
The Seven Pathways to Reducing Reoffending (Reducing Reoffending National Action Plan, Home Office, 2004) is Probation guidance on how to effectively reduce reoffending.
The HMIC recommend the following for reducing ASB.
The evidence for the multi-agency approach to address troubled families is still in the development stages however CLG make reference to effective partnership working to address the needs of troubled families in Westminster (The Westminster Model) which highlights structure and cost savings as a result of their approach.