The award is open to individuals and organisations throughout the world engaged in work directly with offenders (including advocacy) policy development work, training, or research. The context for the activity might be related to community settings
(including work with police, courts and probation services) or within prisons and other places of incarceration.
Specifically the award panel will consider:
- The level of innovation in the work/training/research
- the extent of the evidence base for the work/training/research
- the public health impact of the work/training/research
- the scope for knowledge transfer to other locations