About Us

Service Impacts

SERVICE IMPACTS

The twin pillars of IASIO Services are: supported stability leading to change, and opportunity to do so. Our strength lies in our ability to adapt to the changing needs of our funders and to the changing landscape of the external environment, while keeping the offender central throughout. In this sense IASIO Services represent an important bridge between the criminal justice system and the community, one that is unique in Ireland.

KEY FACTS

Programme Impacts
  • Access to employment allows for social integration and resettlement and provides financial independence. It boosts the economy at local and national level and brings prosperity and security to communities.
  • Our Services are fully funded by The Probation Service and The Irish Prison Service and assist former offenders in accessing training, education, employment and sustainable resettlement in the community.
  • Over 26,000 people have been referred to our three Services to date, of which almost 21,000 people have successfully engaged.
  • Almost 11,000 people have been successfully placed into training, education and employment.
  • Almost 3,000 people accessed primary needs resettlement supports (housing, medical cards, Social welfare etc.) through the Resettlement Service.
  • Close to 800 people completed the Community Return Programme with the assistance of a Linkage Service Training & Employment Officer. Almost a quarter of these chose to go on to engage with Linkage’s Guidance & Placement Service.
  • Each of our Services has a proven track record of success while delivering outstanding results based on value for money principles

NUMBER OF PEOPLE AND PLACEMENTS TO DECEMBER 2016

SERVICEENGAGED REFERRALSTRAINING & EDUCATION PLACEMENTSEMPLOYMENT PLACEMENTSTOTAL PEOPLENO. OF PLACEMENTS
Linkage
(est. 2000)
14,8054,8203,57813,2628,398
Gate
(est. 2006)
4,8961,3447404,5412,084
Resettlement
(est. 2009)
2,610N/AN/A2,4011,037*
Totals:22,3116,1644,31820,20411,519

* Resettlement Service Complete

IASIO has successfully assisted over 17,000 offenders to gain education, training, employment and resettlement support since each of the Services began.

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