The Project helped MOJ develop a Unified Convicts Register
The Project helped MOJ develop a Unified Convicts Register, which for the first time will allow the Ukrainian penitentiary and probation services to have full real-time data on convicts and their profiles.
This will not only help tracking the offenders but also collecting evidence of their behaviour after the release, including following re-offending rates. In using the Register, hundreds of prison and probation staff will now be able to increase speed and reduce paperwork in their daily work.
“The launch of the Unified Convicts Register increases the bar in managing offenders according to European standards, while allowing us to individualise the approach while dealing with each person and crime”, says Oleh Yanchuk, Director of Probation Centre.