Presentation on theme: "Integrated Offender Management. IOM and Navigate Cheshire have adopted the term – as the branding of IOM across the area Navigate – Manages Prolific Priority."— Presentation transcript:
IOM and Navigate Cheshire have adopted the term – as the branding of IOM across the area Navigate – Manages Prolific Priority Offenders (PPO) who commit acquisitive crime i.e. Burglary and theft related offences
What is Navigate? Supported by MOJ and Home Office Building on success of Mappa and previous PPO scheme Extension of partnership arrangements to address offending pathways Co-ordinated and integrated approach
What is Navigate? Cont... Manages and monitors a rolling cohort of 50 offenders across Warrington Both Statutory and non statutory offenders Targeting those who commit the highest volume of crime and have the most impact upon the community
Key Principles of Warrington Navigate A partnership approach to reducing re- offending Consistent approach that is flexible to reflect Local priorities Promoting rehabilitation alongside robust enforcement Develop a more effective prevent strategy Realign existing partnership resources
Warrington Navigate does it look like? A virtual team made up of Police, Probation, YOS, Housing, Drug and Alcohol services Weekly practioner meetings Monthly Joint Agency Group Live intelligence Shared management Joint responsibility
Warrington Navigate What does it mean?.... Reductions in offending – Less victims Increased supervision Joint assessment and action planning Referral to (and support through) agencies Swift access to drug/alcohol treatment Additional support eg housing Swift enforcement Shared intelligence
Who is on Navigate? Serious acquisitive criminals Cohort consists of: PPO Youth offenders DV offenders ASB offenders
Opportunities. Opportunity to integrate partnership working across a range of agencies and understand more about what we all do, and how we can work more effectively together to manage offenders – Currently have a volunteer working as part of the Community Safety Team and a counsellor within NAVIGATE NAVIGATE offender currently volunteering at Walton Lea garden project Opportunity to improve real-time communication between agencies (at all levels) to inform offender management Opportunity to change and rationalise the way we do core business – potential for better use of resources
Nomination Process Standard nomination form for all Agencies. Nominations should be sent to the Navigate team for the matrix to be completed and scored:- Sheila.Steele@cheshire.pnn.police.uk Steven.Hilton-Smith@cheshire.pnn.police.uk The Navigate team will review the matrix/nomination form and collect any other intelligence needed to make an informed decision. The nomination will be discussed at the next monthly Joint Agency Group (JAG). The nomination will be discussed and a decision made as to whether the nominated person will be accepted onto the scheme at this meeting. The referrer will be notified of the decision.
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