RSMS has extensive experience of delivering offender rehabilitation services. To find out more, please contact us.
Red Snapper Managed Services (RSMS), has extensive experience of delivering offender rehabilitation services including Out of Court Disposal (OoCD) interventions to over 244 Contracting Authorities (CA) in the UK & internationally.
What we provide?
We provide two core service types:
Face to Face Support
We are able to provide staff to deliver face to face interventions with SU’s either in person or via secure video conferencing. We are also able to offer a triage service when required.
All our staff have:
What is the Intervention Hub?
RSMS hosts the largest number of digital evidence based interventions that address problematic behaviour. The Intervention Hub (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – CBT) is our digital platform that we utilise for all offender rehabilitation services. For a full list of our interventions, please visit here – https://www.digitalintervention.co.uk
What is CBT?
CBT is a therapeutic technique that can help people find new ways to behave and respond by changing their thought patterns.
CBT is used by probation services to address offending and is used to deliver group work and one-to-one interventions.
CBT seeks to understand why a person chooses particular behaviours and then identifies ways of replacing these with more positive and pro-social skills and behaviours, with the advantage of empowering service users to take personal responsibility for change (Winstone, 2006:79-81).
Using CBT to addressing offending behaviour can have huge benefits. E.g. it can:
Our platform utilises Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CCBT).
CCBT is defined as a ‘generic term for delivering CBT via an interactive computer interface delivered by a personal computer, internet’ (National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, 2012).
Research directly comparing CCBT with face-to-face CBT indicates that CCBT can be as effective as conventional CBT, with no statistically significant difference between the two (Andersson & Cuijpers, 2009). Furthermore, CCBT has been found in meta-analyses to be cost-effective in comparison to conventional interventions, including group treatments (Musiata & Tarriera, 2014).
In-line with current research, our programmes are continuously reviewed and as such are also trauma informed and strength based. More specalised programmes are also informed by specific theories such as the Good Lives Model.
IH also has its own model of change whereby we give SUs knowledge, test their understanding and equip them with new skills to make changes.
Outcomes / Evidence:
To see further information on our evidence base and effectiveness please click here.
Last edited: 5th May 2022