Moving people forward in justice and policing together
Watch the video to see how we support electronic monitoring
In numbers: Capita and electronic monitoring
➥ We helped to introduce sobriety tags resulting in 97% of offenders abstaining from alcohol
Our latest thinking
Report: Innovating in the justice system to improve societal outcomes
There are many challenges in the justice sector that require innovative solutions – not least dealing with an increasingly growing prison population.
As the capabilities of technology continue to increase, our latest report - The future of the justice system in the UK: Innovations to improve societal outcomes - looks at the expectations and opportunities for the justice sector in the coming years. We share valuable insights on the challenges that lie ahead and what leaders must prioritise to overcome them.
Report: Electronic monitoring and transformation in the justice system
The real value of electronic monitoring is beginning to be properly understood as the challenges of prison capacity, judiciary bandwidth, a growing emphasis on rehabilitation over incarceration and limited resources, continue to mount in the justice system.
In our latest report we share valuable insights into the benefits, successes and emerging trends in electronic monitoring, gained from our partnership and work with the Ministry of Justice, examining how technology can deliver greater protection to citizens.
Promoting safer societies: video series
We’ve put together a series of videos which each feature a different perspective on the work we’re delivering at Capita to promote safer societies, from electronic monitoring services and technology to benefit victims and society, to interviews with ex-offenders who have been taking on work placements at Capita.
How our electronic monitoring services help protect communities
Leading innovative change in justice and policing
From the introduction of GPS tracking and the first national rollout of sobriety tags, to reducing domestic violence and using location monitoring to support police investigations into acquisitive crime, we’re at the forefront of digital innovation in justice and policing.
Enhancing life and career chances for people leaving the prison system
We’re committed to giving people a second chance – that’s why we’re hiring prison leavers and people with criminal records to develop their skills, supporting those who would otherwise be marginalised from the formal economy.
Offending and reoffending is driven by economics: within a year of leaving prison, 58% reoffend, costing the UK £18bn per year. Our short-term internship programme is designed to support the efforts of civil society organisations and communities to help break the cycle of reoffending by employing prison leavers and those with criminal records. We help people build up their confidence and develop valuable skills through real work experience so they can reach their full potential.
Hear from the interns themselves
Find out what our interns thought about their Capita internships: