Highlights and Financial Reports 2015

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2013 / 2014 Biennial Report

pdfThe Irish Association for the Social Integration of Offenders (IASIO) was delighted to present our 2013/2014 Biennial Report to our funders, the Probation Service & the Irish Prison Service, at a special event on Thursday, 24th September 2015 last. The report was launched by the Minister for Justice and Equality, Ms. Frances Fitzgerald T.D. and revealed that IASIO has successfully assisted over 14,000 offenders to gain education, training, employment and resettlement support since each of the Services began.

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2012 Annual Report

The 2012 Annual Report of IASIO was officially launched on 25th July 2013. The report revealed that the organisation has successfully assisted 6,749 former offenders to gain education, training, employment and resettlement supports since each of the services began. The results of the report launched by the Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Mr. Alan Shatter TD were presented to Vivian Geiran, Director of The Probation Service and Michael Donnellan, Director General of the Irish Prison Service, at the launch held at the Distillery Building in Smithfield, Dublin.

Key highlights of the report include:

  • Between 2000-2012, 11,234 former offenders have engaged with IASIO services. Of that, 6,683 people have been placed in employment, education or training. In total, 11,311 placements have been made (some clients have multiple placements e.g. a training course placement and then a job placement).
  • To date, 10% of all clients have been female

Click here to view the interactive 2012 IASIO Annual Report, which includes insightful staff and client interviews. (PDF, 2.4MB)
IASIO Services have been found to have far reaching positive implications, not just for the client but also for his or her family, peer group, and for the wider community as a whole. The breadth of services covers every prison and the majority of counties in Ireland. To carry out this important work, IASIO employs 20 Training & Employment officers (TEOs) and 3 Resettlement Support Workers (RSW’s)
IASIO services are a sustainable means of assisting former offenders, supporting them to leave behind the cycle of crime and preventing recidivism. These services are essential to combat the issue of overcrowding and serve to save money in the long term by keeping people out of the prison system. Additionally, they play a vital role in making communities safer.

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Chairperson Patrick Lynch
Speech

CEO Paddy Richardson
Speech

Minister for Justice
Alan Shatter,
TD Speech

Mr. Vivian Geiran,
Director Probation Service
Speech

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Mr. Michael Donnellan,
Director General,
IPS Speech

CEO Paddy Richardson
Highlights

Aquaponics Project
Page 36

IASIO staff talk
about overlap between
the programmes Page 49

Client speaks about
experiences with Linkage
Service Page 44

Staff talk about
organisations first year
in existence Page 56

CEO Paddy Richardson
Introductory Interview
Page 51

CEO Paddy Richardson
talks about Achievements
of IASIO in 2012
Page 51