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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Criminal justice

Date outcomes contract signed: Aug 2021

Start date of service provision: Aug 2021

Anticipated completion date: Feb 2024

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Max potential outcome payment: JPY 71.22m

Service users: 80 individuals


Tailored support plan and in-person and online lessons to develop academic skills and study habits.

Target population

Juvenile training school parolees wishing to pursue further education



  • Japan

Service delivery locations

  • Tokyo
  • Osaka

Involved organisations

Outcome metrics

  • [Tailored Learning Plans] The number of tailored learning plans measured against the total number of participants.
  • [Continued Training Delivery] The number of months during which the planned training is delivered, measured against the target number of months committed at the outset.  
  • [Monitoring and Adjustment to Learning Plans] The number of consultations and revisions to the learning plan to reflect the participants’ needs through quarterly assessment, measured against the number of consultations committed at the start of the programme.   
  • [Learning Outcomes] Proportion of participants who have achieved the goals set out in the learning plan at the start of the programme. 
  • [Lower intervention needs] Proportion of participants with lower YNPS compared to the score at the start of the programme. 
  • [Reconviction rate] Proportion of young people who are reconvicted within a year, compared to a comparison cohort.
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