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1 Salford Reducing Re-offending Programme Susan Puffett & Manjit Seale

2 Community Safety Partnership Youth Crime ETE Offenders in the Community IOM VAWTSACG

3 Seconded group working with offenders Agencies working with offenders Seconded group victims and witnesses Agencies working with victims and witnesses Council Group Voluntary organisation KEY Multi-agency Team Multi-agency Team working with both Mona Street Work with Prisons

4 Strategy to Delivery Diagram Sustainable Community Strategy Community Safety Strategy 2011/14 Opportunity Strategy Partnership Delivery Plan 2011/12 Salford Strategic Threat Assessment

5 Partnership Approach  Community Safety Partnership  Five responsible authorises  Other directorates  Public, private & voluntary sector

6 Holistic Approach  Targeting Offender  Protecting the vulnerable  Education  Raising Awareness

7 Offenders  IOM unit  DIP interventions  Mentoring project  Together Women’s project  Mona Street Recovery Project  Youth Offending Service  ASB Teams  Restorative Justice

8 Protecting people  Security equipment  Sanctuary scheme  CCTV & audio equipment  Salford Women’s Aid & IDAAS  Witness Outreach  Victim Support & Witness Service  Witness Care Unit

9 Integrated Offender Management  Builds on PPO, MAPPA, DIP  Pooling resources  Managing Risk  Premium Service

10 Salford Cohort Spotlight LocalsMAPPADYODVASBPPO

11 Local Offender Example  Added to IOM  Thomas Project drug detox  Good Progress + attending college  Moving on to assisted living  Moved to green.

12 Probation  9 Districts across Greater Manchester  Budget of £50m  1,300 staff  Supervise approximately 16,000 offenders at any time  Write 14,000 reports per year

13 Manage Community Orders on adults (18+) 12 requirements:  Activity  Attendance Centre  Drug Rehabilitation  Mental Health Treatment  Prohibited Activity  Supervision  Alcohol Treatment  Curfew  Exclusion  Programme  Residence  Unpaid Work

14 Key phases  Stabilise and control. Curfew is good for this phase  Introduce new skills, thinking and behaviour  Consolidate new skills, thinking and behaviour  Access resources in community

15 Intensive Alternative to Custody (IAC)  For offenders who are likely to receive a prison sentence  Provides a community order with several requirements  Intensive and frequent contact  Close links with G4S and Police

16 Manage prisoners  In 2010, UK prison population 85,000  Supervise adults aged 21+ who receive a sentence of 12 months or more  Supervise all year olds released  Involved in pre-release planning  Close links with Prison Service  Home Detention Curfew

17 Licences  Similar conditions to Community Orders but with greater powers to control (but must be proportionate and balanced)  Serve half time in prison, half in community  Recall to prison is via Home Office  If not considered dangerous will be automatically released after 28 days if recalled

18 Victim Work  Contact victims of crimes where offence is sexual or violent and offender gets 12m or more.  Can request exclusion zones or no contact conditions in licences.

19 Community Payback  Preventing offending - reintegrate back into Society  Retribution - punishment - restriction of liberty  Reparation - making amends - socially useful work  Rehabilitation - readapt to society - retraining

20 Community Payback  Working in partnership with the community  The Work is visible and recognised  Reducing the fear of crime  Redwood club – people with learning difficulties  Two Sunday lunchtimes for older people

21 MAPPA  Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements  Police/Probation/Prisons are lead agencies  Other agencies have a duty to co-operate  Management of most dangerous individuals

22 Salford Offenders  730 Community Orders Female and 608 Male  563 Imprisonments - 25 Female and 538 Male 11 Life Imprisonments = 3 Female and 8 Male  47 Life Imprisonments Pre CJA = 1 Female and 46 Male 83 Public Protection = 1 Female and 82 Male 303 Suspended Sentence Orders = 54 Female and 249 Male  17 YOI <12 months = 3 Female and 14 Male 21 Youth Rehabilitation Order = 2 Female and 19 Male

23  1743 Total cases = 266 Female and 1477 Male 1114 Current cases = 171 Female and 943 Male  309 Unpaid work = 44 Female and 267 Male 217 Unpaid work with CO = 27 Female and 190 Male 92 Unpaid work with SSO = 15 Female and 77 Male  611 Total Community Orders = 109 Female and 502 Male 266 Total Suspended Sentence Orders = 48 Female and 218 Male  93 Current NDAR cases = 27 Female and 66 Male

24 Summary  Working in partnership  Moving away risk management to rehabilitation  Repairing the harm to the victim and the community  2009/10 have reduced crime by 15%, GM 13%  Have reduced reoffending by 9.62% - Target 8.71%  2010/11 GM Probation Salford is the best local delivery unit.


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