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RECOOP Staff

Tracy Eadie

  • Position: Senior Partnerships & Training Consultant

Tracy joined RECOOP in April 2013 having mainly worked within the private sector and her last position was with G4S who managed the Electronic Monitoring Contract on behalf of the Ministry of Justice.  Working in partnership with other Criminal Justice Agencies, she was responsible for strategy, planning, training and implementation of risk management procedures.

Tracy is RECOOP’s Senior Partnerships & Training Consultant.  With a national remit, she has responsibility for Business Development, Consultancy, Operational Delivery and Training in Prisons and Approved Premises.  She has managed a number of successful projects on behalf of HMPPS and the Department of Health, the most recent being a research project which assessed the need and ability of prisons and approved premises to adapt regimes to meet the needs of older offenders.

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Wednesday, May 22nd 2019
RECOOP has been successful in its application to the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation to fund some new development work to help even more older service-users across the country. RECOOP has received funding over three years to develop a suite of commercial ser...
RECOOP projects win Platinum Award 2014 & 2015