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PURPOSE This circular provides details of new arrangements for the electronic monitoring (EM) of offenders from the start of new contracts on 1 April 2005. Information is also provided on the Criminal Justice Act 2003 where electronic monitoring applies. ACTION Chief Officers are asked to bring this circular to the attention of all staff. Each probation area should nominate a single point of contact to deal with court issues where an EM supplier is involved. SUMMARY Following a Home Office tendering process last year, new electronic monitoring contracts were awarded to Securicor Justice Services Ltd (now known as Group4Securicor) and Premier Monitoring Services Ltd to take effect from 1 April 2005. The main points are: • Five new contract areas will replace the current four areas. • Reliance Monitoring Services Ltd, currently operating in the south of England, will not provide a service after the end of the current contracts. • There is a transition period of one month (1 April to 30 April) to enable the transfer of cases and staff to the new supplier, in areas where there is a change of supplier. New protocols, leaflets, details of Statutory Instruments and a national court form will be issued to reflect the changes. RELEVANT PREVIOUS PROBATION CIRCULARS 13/05: Expedited Listing and Notification of Hearing in Community Penalty Breaches 7/05: Draft National Standards 2005 for Consultation. CONTACT FOR ENQUIRIES Barry Snelgrove, Electronic Monitoring Policy Adviser Tel: 020 7217 8978. Email barry.snelgrove@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk Wayne Coonerty, Electronic Monitoring Policy Manager Tel: 020 7217 8963. Email wayne.coonerty@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

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REFERENCE NO: 23/2005 ISSUE DATE: 24 March 2005 IMPLEMENTATION DATE: 1 April 2005 EXPIRY DATE: April 2010 TO: Chairs of Probation Boards Chief Officers of Probation Secretaries of Probation Boards CC: Board Treasurers Regional Managers AUTHORISED BY: James Toon, Head of Electronic Monitoring Team ATTACHED: Annex A: Table of New EM contract areas Annex B: EM Supplier contact details Annex C: Community Order Protocol Annex D: HDC Protocol

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Horseferry House, Dean Ryle Street, London, SW1P 2AW General Enquiries: 020 7217 0659 Fax: 020 7217 0660

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NEW ELECTRONIC MONITORING CONTRACTS General 1. Following a Home Office tendering process last year, new EM contracts were awarded to Securicor Justice Services Ltd and Premier Monitoring Services Ltd. These contracts come into force on 1 April 2005 and will last for five years, with a possible extension of up to a further two years. The contracts change the area structure for EM with five areas in place of the current four. The table at Annex A provides details of the contract areas and the relevant supplier. A list of contact details for the suppliers is at Annex B. 2. Please note that, since the announcement of the new contracts, Securicor Justice Services have changed their name to Group4Securicor. This should now be used in all communications with and documents sent to them. Transition period 3. Although the new contracts commence on 1 April 2005, the current EM contracts will continue to operate until 30 April 2005. The one-month overlap is to allow time to transfer EM cases and the EM suppliers’ staff, in those criminal justice areas where there is a change of supplier. Staff should be aware that: • • • • All new orders with EM during the transition period of April 2005 will be dealt with by the new suppliers, and under the new contracts. Orders which began before 1 April 2005, and will expire no later than 30 April 2005, will continue to be monitored by the supplier who was responsible for the offender under the current contracts. Orders which began before 1 April 2005, and are not due to expire until after 30 April 2005, will transfer from the current to the new supplier during April 2005 (in criminal justice areas where there is a change of supplier). Reliance Monitoring Services, who currently operate in the South of England, were not successful in the tendering process and will not provide an EM service to the Home Office under the new contracts.

4. A full EM service will be provided during April 2005. The suppliers have been working closely to ensure a smooth transition to the new service. Communications 5. The new contract arrangements will render certain local communication documents (leaflets, videos etc) out of date from 1 April. EM suppliers have produced a new set of documents which have been approved by the Home Office. If you do not receive a copy of these shortly, please contact the relevant supplier listed in Annex B. 6. Work is also under way to produce a joint Home Office / EM supplier video and DVD for the main criminal justice agencies involved in EM work. This will replace the videos issued to courts at the start of the old contracts to explain the EM service, and will also be aimed at providing relevant information for offenders. The new material will be available later this year. 7. Further Information on EM, including contract changes and protocols, will be posted on the Home Office website. The address is: www.probation.homeoffice.gov.uk/output/page137.asp. Protocols 8. These have been finalised in consultation with the relevant agencies for the community order and HDC, and are attached with this circular at Annexes C and D. Courts and prisons 9. As part of their work on implementing new sentencing provisions from the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and the unification of the criminal courts under Her Majesty’s Courts Service (HMCS), DCA will supply all criminal courts with a standardised form to be sent to EM suppliers. The Prison Service has also notified its staff of the relevant changes. 10. Any court orders given for offences committed before 4 April 2005 will be subject to existing legislation, and the Home Office and DCA are also preparing a standard form to be used for these cases. These will be issued shortly and, on receipt, all old forms and literature should be destroyed to avoid any confusion over the contract changes.

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EM and the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (CJA 2003) 11. The new contracts for EM commence three days before the implementation of the new community order and suspended sentence contained in the CJA 2003 on 4 April 2005. There are some specific issues to be aware of in relation to electronic monitoring. 12. Any requirement of the new community order or suspended sentence may be subject to electronic monitoring, but where the court imposes either a curfew or exclusion requirement, the legislation creates a presumption that both these requirements will be electronically monitored unless there are exceptional reasons why this should not be done. At present, exclusion with electronic monitoring is only available in the three satellite tracking pilot areas – Greater Manchester, West Midlands and Hampshire. Responsible Officers 13. The change to EM suppliers and the implementation of some of the sentencing provisions of the CJA 2003 require new Orders to be made specifying the officer responsible for electronic monitoring. The SI numbers are not yet available, but the SIs will be posted on the HMSO website. The address is: www.legislation.hmso.gov.uk. For ease of reference, the titles of the new Orders are as follows: • • • • The Electronic Monitoring (Responsible Officers) (Amendment) Order 2005 The Exclusion Order (Monitoring of Offenders) Order 2005 The Criminal Justice (Sentencing) (Curfew Condition) Order 2005 The Criminal Justice (Sentencing) (Programme and Electronic Monitoring Requirements) Order 2005.

Where an offender is being electronically monitored under the new community order, the responsibility for enforcement action depends on which requirements are imposed, as follows: ORDER WITH EM REQUIREMENT Curfew and no other requirements Exclusion and no other requirements Curfew + Exclusion Curfew + any other requirement Exclusion + any other requirement Sentence Implementation 14. Probation staff should note the content of SS7.6 in the Draft National Standards 2005, recently issued as Probation Circular 7/2005. This states: “Where electronic Monitoring has been imposed in addition to any other requirement, Probation Service staff shall instruct the offender at Court or upon release what the requirement means and that this requirement will commence at the time stated in the requirement.” Enforcement of Breach 15. Probation Circular 13/05 set out new joint (NPD and DCA) processes to improve the listing and notification of hearings for community order breach cases. These are intended to speed up the time taken from the second unacceptable absence to resolution of the case. The circular that was issued about these processes did not include EM, but DCA will shortly be producing an Effective Practice Guide for agencies involved in court enforcement, and this will include processes involving EM suppliers. 16. In cases where an offender manager is the responsible officer, he or she must initiate and take forward any breach action relating to the offender, even if the breach relates exclusively to an electronically monitored requirement. The EM supplier will provide the necessary breach information to the offender manager, but will not act as the responsible officer in court. EM suppliers are contractually obliged to appear in court in these cases only “where necessary” and this will usually be where a technical explanation of EM is required by the court. In all other cases the breach pack provided by the supplier should suffice. 17. Schedule 8, Part 1 of the CJA 2003 makes it clear that an electronically monitored requirement which is breached should be enforced by the responsible officer in the same way that any other requirement would be. This PC23/2005 – New Electronic Monitoring Contracts 3 ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITY EM supplier EM supplier EM supplier Offender Manager Offender Manager

means that where an EM supplier provides clear evidence that a breach has occurred (and a satisfactory explanation cannot be provided by the offender), the offender manager must proceed with court action even if all other requirements in the order are being complied with. 18. In order to ensure effective liaison between probation staff and EM suppliers on breach enforcement issues, each probation area should nominate a single contact point for dealing with such issues. This will be particularly important if, as expected under CJA 2003 enforcement provisions, offender managers take on an increased breach caseload where EM is part of a community penalty. 16–17 year old offenders 19. Youth Offending Teams have been contacted separately by the Youth Justice Board to clarify arrangements for this age group. In short the implementation of some of the sentencing provisions of the CJA 2003 on 4 April will not include 16–17 year old offenders. This age group will continue to be sentenced under existing legislation and will not be subject to adult community orders. Further information can be obtained from Mary Wyman at the Youth Justice Board on 020 7271 3226. Electronic Monitoring Team 20. From 1 April 2005, the Electronic Monitoring Team (EMT) will become part of the NOMS HQ structure reporting to the Director of Commerce and Finance. The team has been working within the Interventions Unit in NPD for 2 years and will continue to work closely with probation stakeholders. The EMT will remain in its current location at Horseferry House for the foreseeable future and the same contact details will apply.

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NEW CONTRACT AREAS AND THEIR CORRESPONDING CRIMINAL JUSTICE AREAS (The Criminal Justice Areas where the suppliers will change after 1 April 2005 have been highlighted in bold) EM Contract Area NORTH EAST AND NORTH WEST (Group4Securicor.) Criminal Justice Areas Covered Cheshire Cleveland Cumbria Durham Greater Manchester Lancashire Merseyside Northumbria Derbyshire Humberside Leicestershire Lincolnshire North Yorkshire Northamptonshire Nottinghamshire South Yorkshire West Yorkshire Avon and Somerset Devon and Cornwall Dorset Gloucestershire Hampshire Kent Surrey Sussex Thames Valley Wiltshire Dyfed-Powys Gwent North Wales South Wales Staffordshire Warwickshire West Mercia West Midlands Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire Essex Hertfordshire Metropolitan Norfolk Suffolk

EAST MIDLANDS, YORKSHIRE AND HUMBERSIDE (Group4Securicor.)

SOUTH EAST AND SOUTH WEST (Group4Securicor.)

WEST MIDLANDS AND WALES

(Premier Monitoring Services Ltd.)

LONDON AND EASTERN (Premier Monitoring Services Ltd.)

A map outlining the new contract areas can be emailed to you by the contacts for enquiries. It is also available on the NPS website www.probation.homeoffice.gov.uk/output/page137.asp

CONTACT DETAILS FOR EM SUPPLIERS FROM 1 APRIL 2005 Group4Securicor Director: Paul Moonan PO Box 170 Urmston Manchester M41 7XZ Tel: 0161 862 1207 Fax: 0161 749 8358 (General enquiries), 0161 876 5331 (Specific Cases) Monitoring Centre (24 hours, for use by EM subjects) Tel: 0800 137 291 Fax: 0161 876 5331

Premier Monitoring Services Ltd. Director: Terry Harris PO Box 45 Norwich NR3 1BF Tel: 01603 428300 Fax: 01603 428311 Monitoring Centre (24 hours, for use by EM subjects) West Midlands and Wales Tel: 08080 152 369 London and Eastern Tel: 08080 965 124

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CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Introduction....................................................................................................................4 Procedures for Changes to the Protocol.........................................................................6 Overview of Community Orders under the Criminal Justice Act 2003.........................7 Legislation and Guidance Documents .........................................................................10 The Stages of the Community Order with Requirements Process and the Responsibilities of each Organisation..........................................................................11 Information Sharing and the Transfer of Data and Management Information ............14 Detailed needs and responsibilities of each organisation ............................................15 Stage 1. Sentencing ......................................................................................................16 Stage 2. Induction ........................................................................................................23 Stage 3. Monitoring......................................................................................................31 Stage 4. Requests for Order Variation .........................................................................39 Stage 5. Violations .......................................................................................................47 Stage 6. Breach of Community Order where the Supplier is the Offender Manager ..53 Stage 7. Breach of Community Order where there is a Probation Service Offender Manager .........................................................................................................62 Stage 8. Non-Appearance in Court for a Breach Hearing and Subsequent Arrest ......70 Stage 9. Completion of Community Order ..................................................................73 ANNEXES Annex A Annex B Annex C Annex D Annex E Annex F Annex G Probation Service Area Assistant Chief Officers Police Force Community Order Liaison Officers Crown Prosecution Service Area Offices Court Service Headquarters Electronic Monitoring Suppliers Electronic Monitoring Team Contacts Youth Offending Team / ISSP Contacts

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ELECTRONIC MONITORING FOR OFFENDERS PLACED ON COMMUNITY ORDERS WITH REQUIREMENTS: INFORMATION PROTOCOL
1. Introduction
The purpose of this protocol is to provide the basis for the exchange of information between all organisations involved in the imposition and management of Community Orders. Effective working relationships between courts, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Probation Service and Youth Offending Teams, local police forces and the electronic monitoring service providers are essential to ensure that the orders operate successfully. This protocol describes the processes for the exchange of information to ensure that each organisation understands its roles and responsibilities and adopts consistent practices. The protocol deals mainly with orders made to adults and some juveniles aged between 16-17 years. Provisions under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 are not being implemented for 16-17 year olds from 4th April 2005 until a later date (expected in 2007) but there will be those Subjects under existing legislation and Subjects aged 17 who pass their 18th birthday in the period of the order who will continue to be supervised on orders by the Youth Offending Teams. The protocol does not cover arrangements for electronic monitoring of individuals sentenced under previous legislation which will continue to apply for offences committed before 4 April 2005. The rules and processes for Community Orders apply nationally - while most communication between agencies takes place locally, the standard procedures will be developed at a national level. These may require configuration at a local level to define the detail of the interactions between the agencies in each area. The Community Order protocol includes cases where a Subject receives a Community Order or a Suspended Sentence Order, sometimes referred to as a Custody Minus Order. The protocols are identical for both types of order other than Suspended Sentence Orders may require periodic Court Reviews. These are discussed within the protocol. A Community Order may require one or more of the five forms of electronic monitoring: curfew, attendance, exclusion, continuous location and retrospective location monitoring. The protocol covers curfew and attendance monitoring only, as the other forms of monitoring are not expected to become national schemes in 2005. Processes for these forms of monitoring will be included in this document when it is decided to implement them nationally. The protocol sets out the mechanisms for completing business processes at each stage in the management of a Community Order. There are nine stages overall which are described in the protocol in terms of the detailed business processes. A flowchart is provided for each stage to summarise the business processes within the stage and each business process is denoted by its stage reference number. By using this reference number the Protocol user can navigate through the document to find the detailed process details. The process details are described in a tabular form. Contact names for each organisation are included in the annexes. The protocol provides a comprehensive description of the processes that will be used throughout the period of an order, however, it is unlikely that every action listed in the Version 1.0 Page 4 of 75 23 March 2005

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protocol will need to be undertaken for every offender who is subject to a Community Order or Suspended Sentence Order. The objective of the protocol is to set out the way that information will be exchanged as and when necessary and therefore lists all the possible information exchanges that might occur in managing the order. The protocol does not cover how information should be handled within each organisation. This is a matter for each organisation, which needs to ensure that it meets its statutory responsibilities.

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2. Procedures for Changes to the Protocol
The Home Office is responsible for maintaining this protocol and issuing changes to protocols when they are revised. The Home Office should be contacted with details of the new process if any processes change and an update to the Protocol will be issued. Revised versions of the Protocol will be issued from time to time when processes have been materially changed. Each version of the Protocol will be identified by a version number and issue date. The Electronic Monitoring Team will maintain a register of version numbers of the Protocol and the dates of issue. The Protocol is available in electronic format and in general will be issued to users electronically. Hard copy formats of the document will be issued only when users are unable to receive electronic copies of the document. The Home Office should be contacted to provide details of updates to contact names that are set out in the annexes to this protocol. Please send any changes to the contact details to: Barry Snelgrove Room 359, Horseferry House

Dean Ryle Street London SW1P 2AW
Tel: 020 7217 8978 Email: barry.snelgrove@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk The protocol allows for local practices to be developed and for the protocol to be amended in other aspects at a local level, in agreement with the Home Office. The nature of information exchanged should not differ locally from this protocol (although it can be of broader scope than this protocol with local agreement), but it is possible for the format in which the information is provided to be varied from this protocol if it relates to communication between Suppliers and local police and probation services and where there is not a need for a consistent national format. However, variations to the protocol should only be proposed following agreement by all organisations in the area concerned.

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3. Overview of Community Orders under the Criminal Justice Act 2003
If an offender is aged 16 years or over he/she may be sentenced to a Community Order where the offence is serious enough to merit a community sentence but is not serious enough to require a custodial sentence. The Community Order imposes one or more requirements on the individual from the following list: • • • • • • • • • • • • Unpaid work Participation on specific activities Programmes aimed at changing offending behaviour Prohibition from certain activities Curfew Exclusion from certain areas Residence requirement Mental health treatment (with the offender’s consent) Drug rehabilitation (with the offender’s consent) Alcohol treatment (with the offender’s consent) Supervision and Attendance Centre (for offenders aged under 25 only).

The Courts will be responsible for determining the requirements to make up a bespoke Community Order for an offender and this may involve the use of electronic monitoring to monitor the offender’s compliance with one or more of the requirements. The single Community Order was introduced by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and from 4 April 2005 replaces all existing adult community orders including Curfew Orders, Community Rehabilitation Orders, Community Punishment Orders and Attendance Centre Orders. In addition, community programmes under existing schemes such as ICCP will be replaced by Community Orders. However the new Community Order does not apply retrospectively and offenders currently subject to an adult community order will complete the sentence imposed. Existing protocol arrangements for orders which continue under old legislation will continue to apply. Where processes can sensibly be updated for new legislation this protocol updates previous protocols. Where processes are unchanged from those of previous legislation this is indicated by an asterisk in the process descriptions. The new Community Order and Suspended Sentence Order will apply if the date of the offence is on or after 4 April 2005. The legislation for the use of Electronic Monitoring with Community Orders Where the Court imposes a curfew requirement or an exclusion requirement the Court must also impose an electronic monitoring requirement unless: • • • There is a person (other than the offender) without whose co-operation it will not be practicable to secure electronic monitoring and that person does not consent to its use; or Electronic monitoring arrangements are not available in the relevant area for the order; or In the particular circumstances of the case, the Court considers it inappropriate to do so. Page 7 of 75 23 March 2005

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Where the Court makes a Community Order which imposes any of the other requirements on the offender the Court may also impose an electronic monitoring requirement to monitor compliance with the order unless any of the above conditions apply. The minimum and maximum time periods that the Court can impose for each requirement are: Requirement Unpaid work Participation on specific activities Programmes aimed at changing offending behaviour Prohibition from certain activities Curfew Minimum 40 hours not less than 2 hours per day on days when curfew operates 6 months 6 months 12 hours Maximum 300 hours 60 days 3 years 3 years not more than 12 hours in any day and up to 6 months in total the specified period cannot be for more than 2 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 36 hours

Exclusion from certain areas Residence requirement Mental health treatment Drug rehabilitation Alcohol treatment Supervision Attendance

Where the entry in the table is blank there is no specified minimum time period. A Community Order may be imposed on an offender for a maximum period of three years. If a Community Order imposes two or more different requirements then the Court may impose a shorter period for one or more of the requirements to be completed. What happens if the Subject does not comply with the Community Order? Failure to comply with a Community Order may result in the Subject being returned to Court and given an alternative sentence, which may be a custodial sentence. If a Subject commits any of the following less serious kinds of violation a warning will be issued in writing: • • • • One or more curfew violations whose total length amounts to a period of two hours Failure by the Subject to call in or respond to a call from the Supplier within 15 minutes to confirm attendance at an attendance monitoring location Any tamper violation apart from removal of equipment fitted to the Subject or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment Each instance where a Subject has not provided notice or sufficient notice in respect of any authorised absences.

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If a Subject commits a more serious violation (as set out below) or a second less serious violation the Subject will be deemed to be in breach of the Order and must be returned to court. The following are more serious violations: • • • One or more curfew violations whose total length amounts to the lesser of an entire curfew period or a period of four hours Physical assault on or a threat of violence to any of the Supplier’s staff; Fails to co-operate at any time with a Community Order.

A second less serious violation may involve a second tamper violation, or any removal of equipment fitted to the Subject, or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment. The Offender Manager is responsible for overseeing compliance and taking enforcement action where required for an order. Where the order imposes curfew and electronic monitoring of the Subject to check compliance but no other requirements the Offender Manager will be the Supplier. The Offender Manager for Community Orders that include more than one Requirement or Requirements that do not involve electronic monitoring will be an officer of the local probation board or a member of the YOT. The Court will determine whether there has been a breach of the order and will either revoke the Order and re-sentence the Subject, or make the existing order more onerous, for example by extending the duration of an existing Requirement within the overall statutory maximum for the order.

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4. Legislation and Guidance Documents
The relevant legislation for the new Community Order is the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (The CJA 2003). Chapter 1 of Part 12 of the Act sets out the general provisions for sentencing. Chapter 2 sets out specific provisions relating to Community Orders. Sections 199 to 215 in Chapter 4 set out provisions relating to each of the requirements and prescribe the conditions for the use of electronic monitoring in connection with the requirements. References to MAPPA cases throughout the document refer to legislation set out in sections 325-327 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. References to prolific and priority offenders relate to the Priority and Prolific Offenders scheme rolled out by the Home Office in 2004. Specific guidance for the Probation Service is set out in Probation Circular reference 49/2004. Specific Guidance on pre-sentencing activities within the Court Service is provided in the form of training notes for each type of Order. These are issued directly by HM Court Service to the Courts. Guidance to Courts on enforcement actions following breach of Community Orders with Requirements and best practice guidance for the arrest of Subjects who fail to attend court hearings are provided in the Department for Constitutional Affairs Effective Practice Guide on Community Penalty Enforcement dated March 2005. Specific guidance within the Probation Service on the management of Community Orders is set out in the National Standards for the Supervision of Offenders 2005. National Standards also apply to Curfew Orders and enforcement action will be the same with the responsible officer being the Supplier as they are stand alone orders. The only exception to this will be when the YOT or Probation Service hold a separate Community Order and it is agreed that they will enforce breach action.

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5. The Stages of the Community Order with Requirements process and the Responsibilities of each Organisation
Process Stages There are nine possible stages in the imposition and management of a Community Order with Requirements. These are described below: Stage 1: Sentencing

The CPS prosecutes the case, and if the offender is convicted the Court decides whether a Community Order with Requirements is appropriate and which of the Requirements to include in the Order. The Court requests an assessment from the Probation Service / YOT of the suitability of the Subject for a Community Order and any proposed electronic monitoring requirements. The Probation Service / YOT may request the Supplier to conduct a site survey of the proposed address for electronic monitoring to support the risk assessment. If the Court is satisfied with the risk assessment provided by the Probation Service / YOT a Community Order will be imposed. This will be issued to the offender, the Probation Service / YOT , the Police and the Supplier. Stage 2 Induction On receipt of the Community Order the Police update PNC records with the details of the Order. If a voice verification schedule is required the Probation Service / YOT develops the details of the schedule and sends this to the Supplier. The Supplier visits the Subject to install any electronic monitoring equipment required and provides the subject with instructions and rules regarding monitoring. If it proves impossible to install the equipment, where the Supplier is the Offender Manager he will take any action to return the Subject to Court to request re-sentencing. In all other cases the Supplier will inform the Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager who will take any necessary action. Stage 3 Monitoring The Supplier will monitor the Subject’s compliance with the monitoring conditions and ensure that the electronic monitoring equipment continues to operate successfully. They will also respond to requests from the Probation Service / YOT and the Police about a Subject’s compliance history. Where the Supplier is the Offender Manager they will authorise absences for limited one-off absences. If the Probation Service / YOT provides the Offender Manager the Supplier will pass requests for one-off absences to the Offender Manager for approval. The local Police Force will inform the Supplier and, where appropriate the Probation Service or YOT Offender Manager, if the Subject is arrested for an offence that is not related to the order. Monitoring will be suspended during any periods when the Subject is in police custody. Stage 4 Requests for Order Variation Requests for variations to orders may be raised by the Subject or by the Offender Manager directly and a Court Hearing will be arranged. If appropriate, the Court may request the Probation Service / YOT to provide guidance on whether an alternative address proposed by the Subject is acceptable. The Court may also request details of the Subject’s history of compliance with the Order from the Supplier. Version 1.0 Page 11 of 75 23 March 2005

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If the Court does not agree a variation to the Order the Subject will continue to be monitored under the conditions of the existing Order. If the Court agrees a variation to the Order it will issue copies of the amended Order to the Subject and the Offender Manager, who will inform other involved parties. The Supplier will make any changes that are required to the monitoring equipment. If the Subject’s new curfew address is in an area managed by a different Supplier the Subject’s monitoring records will be transferred. Stage 5 – Violations The Supplier will investigate any suspected violation of the monitoring schedule and where the Subject is under supervision inform the Offender Manager who will issue a warning letter to the Subject where a less severe violation has occurred. If the Supplier is the Offender Manager he will issue a warning letter to the Subject directly. If violations are more severe or if a second less severe violation occurs the Supplier will either report the breach to the Offender Manager or initiate breach action himself, as appropriate. Stage 6 – Breach of Community Order where the Supplier is the Offender Manager Where the Supplier is the Offender Manager and the Subject has breached a Community Order the Supplier will apply for a summons to return the Subject to Court to deal with the breach. The Supplier will request that CPS provide prosecution papers to include details of any court appearances that the Subject may have made during the period of the Order. The Supplier will provide a Case Summary to the Court to describe the breach and where necessary provide Section 9 Statements as evidence. If the Court finds the Subject in breach of the order, it must either revoke the Order and re-sentence the Subject or vary the Order to make it more onerous. The Probation Service / YOT may be asked to conduct a risk assessment of the proposed variation, taking account of any views of the Supplier regarding the suitability of alternative monitoring locations. If the Court is content that the variation to the Order is acceptable an amended Order will be issued with the new sentence details. Stage 7 – Breach of Community Order where there is a Probation Service Offender Manager The Supplier will report a breach of the Order to the Offender Manager where this role is the responsibility of the Probation Service / YOT. The Offender Manager will deal directly with the Court to set a hearing date to return the Subject to Court. The Offender Manager may request details of the Subject’s compliance history from the Supplier and the Supplier may be asked to attend the Court Hearing to provide evidence. If the Court decides to revoke the Order the Supplier will cease monitoring the Subject. If the Court decides that a variation to the Order is appropriate an amended Order will be issued with the new sentence details. Stage 8 – Non-Appearance in Court for a Breach Hearing and Subsequent Arrest If the Subject fails to attend the Court Hearing to consider the breach of a Community Order the Offender Manager will apply to the court for a warrant to arrest the Subject. The Court issues the warrant and this is executed by the Court Enforcement Officer. When the Subject has been taken into custody the Court will conduct a hearing to consider the breach and will either revoke or amend the Order.

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Stage 9 – Completion of Community Order The Supplier will remove all monitoring equipment at the end of the monitoring period and prepare a Curfew Completion Report for all Subjects where the Probation Service / YOT provides the Offender Manager. A Curfew Completion Report will be provided to the Court for all orders (whether the Offender Manager is the Supplier, YOT or the Probation Service). Responsibilities of each Organisation The Courts, Probation Service / YOT, Crown Prosecution Service, Police and Suppliers all have roles in managing Subjects who are on Community Orders. Two private sector Suppliers, Group4Securicor and Premier Monitoring Services Limited work with the Government agencies to manage the electronic monitoring component of the Community Order. The key responsibilities of each organisation are as follows: • The Courts are responsible for determining the Requirements that will comprise a Community Order and will issue copies of the Community Order to other parties. The Courts will hear any request for a variation to a Community Order and decide what action to take in the event of a breach of a Community Order. The Probation Service / YOT will conduct any risk assessments to inform Court decisions to impose a Community Order. Where the Probation Service / YOT provides the Offender Manager he will take any action to enforce the order and process requests for variations to an order. The Crown Prosecution Service will present prosecution papers to the Courts which set out details of the Subject’s original offence and details of any previous convictions. If the Subject is returned to Court the Crown Prosecution Service will provide details of any other Court appearances that the Subject has made during the term of the Order. The Police will update the PNC database with the details of the Subject’s Community Order at the beginning of the Order. Also the Police may be requested to arrest the Subject if he/she fails to appear at a Court Hearing. The Police may request information regarding a Subject’s compliance with a Community Order if they are investigating criminal activities that they believe may involve the Subject. The Suppliers are responsible for installing and removing electronic monitoring equipment, monitoring compliance with the conditions of an order and investigating suspected violations of order conditions. Where the Supplier is the Offender Manager they are responsible for taking any necessary enforcement action and for processing requests for variations to an order. Where there is a Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager the Supplier will report violations and breaches to the Probation Service / YOT who will take responsibility for arranging and managing Court proceedings.

The responsibilities of each organisation are described in detail in Section 7 of this protocol.

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6. Information Sharing and the Transfer of Data and Management Information
All organisations should comply with their responsibilities under data protection legislation and have regard to the data protection principles. These principles require that personal information is obtained and processed fairly and lawfully; is only disclosed in appropriate circumstances; is accurate, relevant and not held longer than necessary; and is kept securely. Most exchanges of information will be in written format. In all cases, the organisation should confirm that the information requested or sent complies with this information protocol and that it is being sent to a correct address. Where it is acceptable to provide information orally, this should only be provided after verifying the validity of the request (perhaps by making a return phone call to a previously agreed phone number) and where appropriate will be followed up in writing.

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7. Detailed needs and responsibilities of each organisation
This section sets out the processes that will completed for each stage in the Community Order programme. Each stage is described by a flowchart of processes and each process is described in terms of: • • • • • • the process description; the organisation responsible for performing the process; the information that is received prior to performing the process, and its source; the information to be provided as the output of the process, and the organisations it will be sent to; the timing issues; and the rules and conditions that relate to completing the process.

Annexes The annexes to the protocol provide the list of contacts for each organisation and the forms to be used as described for each process. The following annexes are attached: Annex A Annex B Annex C Annex D Annex E Annex F Annex G Probation Service Area Assistant Chief Officers Police Force Community Order Liaison Officers Crown Prosecution Service Area Offices Court Service Headquarters Electronic Monitoring Suppliers Electronic Monitoring Team Contacts Youth Offending Team / ISSP Contacts.

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Stage 1. Sentencing

1.1 CPS provides prosecution papers for Court hearing

Court decides if Community Order appropriate Yes 1.2 Court requests assessment of suitability of defendant for Community Order

No

Exit

1.3 Probation Service / YOT provides assessment of defendant suitability

1.4 Probation Service / YOT requests technical assessment from supplier where required

1.5 Supplier provides technical assessment of proposed address

1.6 Court makes assessment of suitability of offender and curfew address

Court decides suitability Suitable 1.7 Court Clerk completes and issues Order and EM form

Unsuitable

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The detailed processes within Stage 1 – Sentencing are: Process Reference Process Name 1.1 CPS provides prosecution papers for Court Hearing

CPS Responsibility Process Description The Crown Prosecution Service attend the Court Hearing and manage the case for prosecution of the Subject Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Details of Subject arrest from the Police You will provide the following information to: • Prosecution papers to the Court The prosecution papers will be presented to the Court by a Crown Prosecutor of the day of the Court Hearing.

Output / Recipient

Timing

Prosecution papers will include details of the offender’s previous convictions and the file of evidence that justifies prosecution of the offender. Guidelines to Crown Prosecutors regarding procedures and the criteria for prosecuting an offender are provided on the CPS website (address www.cps.gov.uk) . These include: • The Code for Crown Prosecutors • CPS Instructions for Prosecuting Advocates • Legal Guidance Manual.

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1.2 Court requests assessment of suitability of defendant for Community Order

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Court finds the defendant guilty of an offence the Court will consider whether the seriousness of the offence justifies a Community Order. Before sentencing the defendant the Court may request a Pre-Sentence Report to assess the Subject’s suitability for a Community Order. The Community Order may include Requirements which involve electronic monitoring and the Court may request evaluation of addresses that may be used for management of the Order. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Prosecution papers from CPS

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You will provide the following information to: • Request for a Pre-Sentence Report to the Probation Service / YOT • Telephone request to the Supplier for a site survey of any location to be used for monitoring (known as “Relevant Areas”). This is usually requested by the Probation Service / YOT on behalf of the Court. See below

Timing

Normally the request for a Pre-Sentence Report will be made orally to the Probation Service / YOT Officer who attends the court hearing. The Court will adjourn whilst the Pre-Sentence Report is produced. The Court may request either a full Pre-Sentence Report which will require the Court to be adjourned for up to 15 working days or an Expedited Report which may be provided within 2 working days. Process Reference Process Name 1.3 Probation Service / YOT provides assessment of defendant suitability

Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description To assist the Court’s decision whether to impose a Community Order the Probation Service / YOT will conduct a risk assessment of the Subject’s suitability. This will include an assessment of the impact on people likely to be affected by the Subject’s possible curfew. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • A written request for a Pre-Sentence Report or an Expedited Report from the Court You will provide the following information to: • A full Pre-Sentence Report or an Expedited Report will be provided to the Court Full Pre-Sentence Reports must be delivered within 15 working days of the date of the request for a report. Expedited Reports are generally completed at the Court and should be delivered in the timescales requested by the Court (normally within 2 working days).

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Specific guidance and rules for the completion of Pre-Sentence Reports are set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS2). The national format and required content for Pre-Sentence Reports is defined in Probation Circular 18/2005. Risk assessments conducted by the Probation Service use the guidelines set out in the OASYS (Offender Assessment System) procedure. Risk assessments conducted by YOT officers use the ASSET procedure. Further guidance on the use of OASYS in developing Pre-Sentence Reports is provided in Probation Circular 18/2005. The Pre-Sentence Report may include recommendations for curfew periods and voice verification schedules. This advice will be based on the risk that the Subject may re-offend in these periods, and Version 1.0 Page 18 of 75 23 March 2005

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will take into account the rehabilitation needs and other Requirements that may be imposed on the Subject. Process Reference Process Name 1.4 Probation Service / YOT requests technical assistance from Supplier where required

Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description Occasionally the Probation Service / YOT will ask for a site survey to be conducted by the Supplier to support the risk assessment of the Subject. The Supplier’s site survey will consider the suitability of any Relevant Area and whether electronic monitoring equipment will operate successfully at any of the addresses. In addition, the Supplier may request permission from management or owners of a property where such permission may be required for monitoring purposes, although this will need to be re-confirmed before the order is activated. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • A written request for a Pre-Sentence Report or an Expedited Report from the Court You will provide the following information to: • A Letter requesting a site survey will be emailed to the Supplier • A Serious Harm Assessment will be sent to the Supplier if the Offender Manager considers any person at an address to be surveyed may be violent As soon as possible.

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If the Probation Service / YOT does not request the Supplier to conduct a site survey before installation the Probation Service / YOT may notify the Supplier in advance that the Subject is being considered for Community Order and the addresses that may be involved. This will allow the Supplier to make provisional arrangements for the installation of equipment.

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1.5 Supplier provides technical assessment of proposed address

Supplier (see below) Responsibility Process Description If requested by the Offender Manager or the Court the Supplier visits the Relevant Area and provides an assessment of technical suitability of each address. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • A Letter requesting a site survey will be emailed from the Probation Service / YOT • A telephone request from the Court. On occasions the Court will ask Page 19 of 75 23 March 2005

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the Supplier directly for a survey to be completed. On most occasions the request comes from the Offender Manager Output / Recipient You will provide the following information to: • A report on the suitability of the Relevant Area will be sent to the Offender Manager or the Court The Site Survey report must be sent to the Offender Manager or Court within 24 hours of receipt of the request for a survey for expedited reports, and within 72 hours of the request for a survey for Pre-Sentence Reports.

Timing

If the Supplier conducts a site survey and concludes that the Relevant Area is acceptable a report signed by the Area Manager (Premier) or Branch Manager (Group4Securicor) will be provided. If the Relevant Area is considered to be unsuitable a senior manager should countersign the report. The senior manager will be the Assistant Director for Monitoring (Premier) or Chief Operations Officer (Group4Securicor). The Supplier will restrict comments on the suitability of the Relevant Area to whether it will be possible to operate monitoring equipment successfully. This may include an assessment of whether it is possible to establish physical boundaries for monitoring, for example in the event that a curfew address is a hostel. The Supplier will not commence work on preparing the Relevant Area for monitoring until the Community Order is received. Specific Requirements for Attendance Monitoring: • If the requirement can be met without the installation of any electronic monitoring equipment the Offender Manager will confirm acceptance of the location by telephone or other electronic media with the Supplier and a site visit will not be required If the requirement can only be met by installing electronic monitoring equipment the Offender Manager will request the Supplier to visit the location and make an assessment of its suitability. The Supplier’s report will provide details of the work that needs to be done to make the location ready for monitoring.

Process Reference Process Name

1.6 Court makes assessment of suitability of offender and curfew address

The sentencing Court Responsibility Process Description After receipt of reports on the suitability of the Subject and the Relevant Area the Subject will be sentenced and the Court will explain the Requirements of the order.

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If requested by the Court, a Site Survey Report from the Supplier

You will provide the following information to: • Sentence details to the Court Clerk As soon as possible

Timing

The Court Order will provide details of whether the Subject is a MAPPA case or a Priority and / or Prolific Offender. Process Reference Process Name 1.7 Court Clerk completes and issues Order and Electronic Monitoring Form

Court Clerk Responsibility Process Description The Court Clerk will issue the detailed Community Order with the attached Electronic Monitoring Form and fax the documents to the agencies. In addition the Court will provide the Supplier with contact details of the Offender Manager from the Probation Service / YOT, where this applies. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Community Order details from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Copies of the Community Order are given to the Subject and the Probation Service or YOT at the Court and sent to the Electronic Monitoring Supplier for the Relevant Area. Copies of the Order will also be issued to the Crown Prosecution Service officer and the Police Liaison Officer if they attend the Court Hearing. On the same day as sentencing.

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All Community Orders will include the following standard information: • details of the Offender Manager: Name, office address and contact telephone numbers • details of the Subject: Name, address and telephone number • details of the originator of the Order • details of the monitoring schedule. A critical factor to the success of the Community Order process is the recording and communication of accurate information regarding the sentence imposed on the offender. It is good practice for Community Orders to be produced in typed format not in a handwritten form to prevent inaccuracies in the procedure due to illegible data. The standard Community Order forms are issued to the Courts by the Department for Constitutional Affairs in electronic format and included text boxes that expand depending on the amount to text that is required to provide clarity. If the Community Order involves attendance monitoring the Order might not set out details of the date and time conditions as these may vary over the term of the Order. If this is the case the Order will state that the conditions for monitoring by voice verification will be as directed by the Probation Service / YOT. Version 1.0 Page 21 of 75 23 March 2005

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If the Court has been informed by the Probation Service / YOT that it has concerns that the Subject or some other person living at an electronic monitoring address has a history of violence it will inform the Supplier of the potential risk.

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Stage 2. Induction

2.1 CPS updates records, issues copy to Police

2.3 Probation Service / YOT provides voice verification schedule

2.5 Supplier validates data, and adds Subject’s data to the Central System

2.2 Police update PNC

2.4 Probation Service / YOT informs other interested parties

2.6 Supplier installs equipment and provides induction guidance to Subject

Installation Successful?

Yes

3.1

No

Supplier is Offender Manager No 2.7 Supplier reports Installation Failure to Offender Manager / Court

Yes - Revocation

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The detailed processes within Stage 2 – Induction are: Process Reference Process Name 2.1 CPS updates records, issues copy to Police

CPS Responsibility Process Description CPS receives the Community Order and records details of the offence and the sentence issued by the Court on the CPS offender database “Compass”. If the Court has not issued a copy of the Order to the Police, CPS send a copy of the Order to the Criminal Justice Department at the local Police Force. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Community Order and Electronic Monitoring Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Details of the Order are entered onto Compass • A copy of the Order is sent to the local Police Force if it has not been issued by the Court to the Police Liaison Officer attending the Court Hearing As soon as possible

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As a CPS officer attends the Court Hearings details of the Community Order will have been recorded by the CPS officer at the Court. The CPS officer will check the details of the Community Order against those recorded at the Court and clarify any discrepancies with the Court Clerk. It is important to recognise that the sentence stated on the Court Order must be implemented therefore if this differs from the Order handed down by the Court any discrepancies must be resolved immediately. If necessary the Court Clerk will re-issue the Community Order with any corrections. The CPS Officer will note whether the Police Liaison Officer has attended the Court Hearing. If a Police Liaison Officer has not attended the Court Hearing CPS will send a copy of the Community Order to the Criminal Justice Department at the local Police Force. CPS will retain a database record of the Subject’s case for the period of the sentence. The case details will be retained in the CPS Area where the Subject was convicted and the details will be made available if required by the Courts for consideration of variations or breach of the Order. Process Reference Process Name 2.2 Police update PNC

Criminal Justice Department in the local Police Force Responsibility Process Description The Police Liaison Officer in the Criminal Justice Department of the local Police Force receives a copy of the Community Order and updates PNC records with details of the Order Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Community Order and Electronic Monitoring Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: Page 24 of 75 23 March 2005

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Details of the Order are entered onto PNC

As soon as possible

Police will enter the Order details onto either the Interim Custody Order page or the Community Order page of the Subject’s PNC record. It is important that the details are entered onto one of these pages to enable an officer who takes a person into custody to identify whether the person who has been arrested is currently on a Community Order, in which case the Offender Manager should be contacted to initiate breach proceedings.

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2.3 Probation Service / YOT provides voice verification schedule

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description Details of the voice verification schedule are not included on the face of the Community Order as these may change over the period of the Order and the Probation Service / YOT will provide a Voice Verification schedule to the Supplier before the start date of the Order. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Community Order and Electronic Monitoring Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Voice Verification Notification to Contractor schedule to the Supplier To be provided at least 24 hours before the start of the monitoring period

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Timing

The Voice Verification Schedule will include details of the schedule for each monitored location including: • details of the location including confirmation that consent for monitoring at that location has been obtained by the Authority; • random schedule details (days of the week and start and end dates for monitoring of the Subject at that location); • fixed schedule details (days of the week and start and end dates for monitoring of the Subject at that location); • the random schedule details will contain the start time and end time of random monitoring on each day and how many calls are to be made within this period • the fixed schedule details will contain the number of times that attendance is to be monitored each day, whether the calls are incoming or outgoing and the time the calls are to be made. Process Reference Process Name 2.4 Probation Service / YOT informs other interested parties

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description The Probation Service / YOT will appoint an Offender Manager for the Subject as soon as practicable after the Order is received. The Offender Manager will advise other interested parties of the Subject’s Community Order with any details of the Order that are appropriate to the interested party. Version 1.0 Page 25 of 75 23 March 2005

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Specifically the Offender Manager will contact the owner of any premises that will be used for voice verification purposes to confirm consent for use of those premises if this has not been obtained at the pre-sentencing stage. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Order and Electronic Monitoring Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Details of the Community Order to any other party that has an interest e.g. the manager at any location that is to be used for attendance monitoring • A Sentence Plan for the Subject will be issued to all relevant parties with responsibilities in the Plan As soon as possible

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The National Standards 2005 (GS3) provide guidance on the timescales for appointing the Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager for a Subject. GS5 provides guidance on the requirements for development and management of the Sentence Plan. Process Reference Process Name 2.5 Supplier validates data and adds Subject’s data to the Central System

Supplier Control or Monitoring Centre Responsibility Process Description The Supplier receives the Order and Electronic Monitoring Form, confirms that the Order and form are complete and confirms receipt of the documents. If there are any discrepancies in the data the Court is telephoned to resubmit the Order with the complete data. Details of the order are entered onto the Supplier’s Central System which processes the requirement for an induction visit. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Order and Electronic Monitoring Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Details of the Order are recorded on the Central System to request an induction visit • Requisition forms are sent to BT if telephone lines are required at any monitoring address Order information must be entered onto the Central System within 24 hours of receipt of the Order.

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The Supplier’s Central System is their centralised database of Subject information. This includes details of a Subject’s order and records any requests for temporary absences or variations to the order, violations and breaches and any request for information related to Subject performance. The Supplier will email the Court officer to acknowledge receipt of emailed Orders within 15 minutes of their receipt. The Supplier will acknowledge faxed Orders within 2 hours of receipt. If a telephone line installation is required at either the curfew address or any address that will be used for attendance monitoring the Supplier will contact BT and request the scheduling of a line installation. A new telephone line which will only be used for electronic monitoring will be required if the premises do not have a telephone line whose security is guaranteed. It may take up to 6 working days to obtain an installation appointment and appointments may be made before the issue of the Order by the Court. The Supplier will contact the Court to clarify any details that are not provided on the Order. If the Supplier has not previously conducted a survey of the Subject’s address a Site Survey may be completed at this time. The Offender Manager will be invited to attend this survey. The Subject’s record on Central System will include details of: • The Offender Manager • Subject Name, address and contact details • Originator of the Order • Monitoring Schedule.

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2.6 Supplier installs equipment and provides induction guidance to Subject

Supplier Responsibility Process Description The Supplier schedules an induction visit and attends any Relevant Area where it is necessary to install equipment. With the Offender Manager, if required, the Supplier inducts the Subject to inform him / her of the monitoring schedule, the consequences of failing to comply with the schedule and provides a booklet which sets out monitoring rules and procedures. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request to install equipment from the Central System • Schedule to attend addresses to install telephone lines from BT if required You will provide the following information to: • The monitoring instructions booklet is issued to the Subject Induction must be completed: • By midnight on the first day of operation of the monitoring Requirement, where daily monitoring is a statutory requirement, or the monitoring Requirement begins to operate on a day other than the day it is imposed

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Within 24 hours of the start of the first monitoring period, where daily monitoring is not a statutory requirement but the monitoring Requirement begins on the day it is imposed.

Installation of equipment by the Supplier can be a difficult and confrontational time. If possible in difficult cases, induction should take place jointly with the Offender Manager. This enables the Offender Manager to reinforce how electronic monitoring fits with the overall Requirement and avoids problems later on. Specific guidance to the Probation Service on procedures during induction is set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS4). If the Subject is a juvenile the Supplier will: • Ensure that the team visiting the Subject has two people, one of whom must be female • Not enter the Subject’s premises unless a responsible adult is present. If a responsible adult is not present a contact letter will be left setting out the time that the Supplier will visit again to complete equipment installation and induction. If the Subject is female the Supplier will ensure that a female officer is present for the whole of the visit. The timing of visits should take into consideration the Subject’s living circumstance (e.g. the sleeping times of young children). The Supplier will not install any equipment until the Order is received and has been validated. In addition the Supplier will install all monitoring equipment required within a single visit. For all induction visits the Supplier must: • Provide appropriate security arrangements if the Court has indicated that there is a risk of violence by any person at addresses where equipment will be installed • Check that they have all required paperwork before entry • Check that all details on the Order are supplied before induction. If the Order is incomplete or incorrect, the Supplier must make all reasonable efforts to obtain the missing information • Identify themselves by means of an identification card before seeking entry to any specified place • Confirm the identity of the subject before starting the induction • Explain to the Subject the monitoring schedule, the locations and boundaries of the monitoring areas and the consequences of failure to comply with the Order • Offer the Subject reimbursement of any expenses incurred for running electronic monitoring equipment • Advise the Subject to liaise with the Offender Manager to request variations to the monitoring schedule • Issue appropriate Monitoring Instructions booklets to the Subject • Update the Central System to report the successful completion of the visit. Specific Requirements for Curfew monitoring: • • The Supplier will visit the Subject’s address within curfew hours unless the Subject agrees in advance to a visiting time outside these hours The Supplier will manage any visits required by BT to install telephone lines. All visits by BT staff must be conducted in daytime hours and require an appointment with the Subject as

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these normally occur outside curfew hours. The visit by BT to install telephone equipment is independent of the Supplier’s visit to install monitoring equipment If the Supplier’s staff are subject to or threatened with violence at the specified place they must leave immediately. Violence on the part of the subject must be treated as a violation of curfew. Violence by any person resident at the specified place must be treated as a violation. If the Supplier’s staff are refused permission to enter the premises the Supplier will report the action as a breach of the Order.

Specifically for Attendance Monitoring the Supplier will: • • • • • Confirm the date of the induction visit with the Manager of the location to be used for attendance monitoring if induction is to be conducted there Offer the Offender Manager the opportunity to be present during the induction process and to explain his or her role, alternatively, the Supplier may invite the Probation Service / YOT Area staff to perform the induction in a probation office Confirm that installation of a BT line has been completed before inducting the Subject, if required Take a voice recording for the Subject that will be used to verify the Subject’s identity during monitoring procedures Explain the system for reporting and validating attendance and provide the voice verification schedule to the Subject.

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2.7 Supplier reports Installation Failure to Offender Manager / Court

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If the Supplier is unable to install any of the equipment required to monitor the Subject or is unable to induct the Subject an Installation Failure report will be prepared and submitted to the Offender Manager if the Subject is under supervision or the Court if the Subject is not under supervision. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Nothing You will provide the following information to: • A report of the installation failure is made to the Offender Manager for the first installation failure. If the Subject is not under supervision the installation failure report is submitted to the Court. This report may be made by fax, email or telephone • A Violation Report will be sent to the Offender Manager or the Court if the Subject is not under supervision after the second attempt to install equipment has failed. The Installation Failure must be reported within 24 hours.

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further attempt must be made to complete installation within 24 hours of the start of the first monitoring period. Any absence in the monitoring period (not counting the time when the curfew is not operating) must be reported as a violation. If the second installation attempt is unsuccessful the Supplier must report the failure as a breach of the Order to the Offender Manager or the Court if the Subject is not under supervision. If for any reason, the Supplier is unable to complete induction within the required timescale, the Supplier must inform the Offender Manager / Court. The Supplier must give reasons for the delay and an estimate of when induction will be completed.

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Stage 3. Monitoring
3.1 Supplier monitors Subject activity

Subject requests absence? No

Yes

Supplier is Offender Manager? Yes 3.3 Supplier approves or refuses Authorised Absence

No

3.2 Offender Manager approves or refuses Authorised Absence

Permanent variation required?

Yes

4.1

No Violation detected? No Unable to monitor Subject? No 3.4 Supplier checks any equipment failures Yes Yes

5.1

5.1

3.5 Supplier checks that monitoring equipment is functioning 3.6 Probation Service / YOT requests Compliance Report for Suspended Sentence Orders Review 3.7 Probation Service / YOT / No Police request Compliance Report 3.8 Supplier provides Compliance Report

3.9 Police inform Supplier of any case where Subject has been arrested for unconnected offence

3.1

No End of Order?

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The detailed processes within Stage 3 – Monitoring are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility 3.1 Supplier monitors Subject activity

Supplier Control Centre Staff (Group4Securicor) Monitoring Centre Staff (Premier) Process Description The Supplier monitors Subject activity to identify, on an exceptions basis, whether the Subject is failing to comply with monitoring conditions. Any apparent violation is investigated before it is reported. If the Supplier is unable to monitor the Subject they inform the Offender Manager Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • New Subjects Report issued to Police Forces • Inability to Monitor Report to the Offender Manager if the Supplier is unable to monitor the Subject • Breach reports to the Offender Manager See below

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The New Subjects Report is issued to Police Forces each week providing details of all new Subjects included in the previous week. The report is sorted by Police Force Area and each Police Force will identify the Subjects for their own area. A daily report is sent by the Suppliers confirming all occasions where the Supplier could not monitor a Subject. If a Subject commits a violation which classifies as a less serious or more serious violation the relevant Offender Manager is informed immediately (see 5.1). Specifically for curfew monitoring the Supplier will: • Communicate with the Subject’s Site Monitoring Unit eight times every 24 hours to confirm that the equipment is operating successfully • Confirm that the Subject is within the curfew boundary throughout the curfew period. The curfew boundary area will include the whole of the specified address and as small an area as possible outside the curfew address. If the curfew address is a self-contained apartment within a shared dwelling, the monitored boundary will include as little as possible of any common areas or other apartments. If the specified place has common facilities, such as a kitchen or bathroom, the monitored boundary includes these facilities • Record all movements in and out of the specified place during the curfew period. If the absence is an authorised absence these movements will not be recorded • Notify the Offender Manager if it is impossible to monitor the Subject, and take steps to apply for revocation or amendment of the Order. Specifically for attendance monitoring the Supplier will: • Telephone the Subject to validate the location and identity of the Subject on a number of occasions during a day in accordance with the fixed or random time schedule

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Identify whether the telephone calls have been made or received from a location other than the required attendance location Verify that the Subject is the speaker by comparison of the voice record with the record created during induction to within 95% of certainty If the first verification attempt is unsuccessful the Supplier will make two further attempts. After three unsuccessful attempts the Supplier will attempt to confirm the Subject is attending the required location using Remote Alternative Monitoring equipment. If the Subject’s location cannot be verified a violation is reported Record all telephone calls. 3.2 Offender Manager approves or refuses Authorised Absence

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Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description Where there is a Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager any request for a one-off period of absence must be approved by him. If a request for a one-off absence is received by the Supplier this will be passed to the Offender Manager. The Offender Manager will approve the authorised absence if the criteria for a one-off absence have been met. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request from Subject for an authorised absence made by telephone to the Offender Manager or the transfer of a request for an Authorised Absence from the Supplier’s call centre • Notification from the Subject of an emergency situation that has resulted in a failure to comply with the requirements of the Community Order You will provide the following information to: • Verbal confirmation of the decision followed by written confirmation that the absence has or has not been authorised to the Subject and to the Supplier. Except for emergency absences all requests for absence must be made by the Subject at least 24 hours before the absence is due to occur. Written approval of absence must be provided before the absence is taken and must be provided within 24 hours of the request. All documentation verifying emergency absences must be received within 48 hours of the absence being reported.

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A request for an Authorised Absence may be approved for periods no longer than 24 hours provided the Subject remains in England or Wales. If the Subject requests an absence of longer than 24 hours the Offender Manager will inform him / her that a Variation to the Order must be requested from the Court. This includes prolonged stays in hospital.

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Authorised Absence may be approved in the following circumstances: • Emergency cases including where medical treatment for the Subject or his/her immediate dependents is required (generally 8 hours maximum absence permitted) • Irregular or unexpected medical appointments for the Subject or the Subject’s child • Job interviews, attendance at job clubs or when the Subject is required to “sign on” to obtain employment benefit • Where the Subject is required in his employment to change his work hours on a one-off occasion provided the work is part of a permanent job and the employer provides written verification of the need • Attendance at court as a witness • Attendance at weddings and funerals of family members, including partners with whom the Subject is living as a spouse • Other circumstances where the Home Office has agreed that an absence may be authorised. In all cases, other than emergency cases, the duration of absence must not be more than the length of the event plus 1.5 hours travelling each way.

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

3.3 Supplier approves or refuses Authorised Absence Supplier as Offender Manager Where the Supplier is the Offender Manager any request for a period of absence, including one-off absences may be approved by the Supplier if the criteria for a one-off absence have been met. You will receive the following information from: • Request from Subject for an authorised absence made by telephone to the Supplier’s call centre • Notification from the Subject of an emergency situation that has resulted in a failure to comply with the requirements of the Community Order You will provide the following information to: • Verbal confirmation of the decision followed by written confirmation that the absence has or has not been authorised to the Subject • Request for approval of an absence for a high profile Subject to EMT in the Home Office Except for emergency absences all requests for absence must be made by the Subject at least 24 hours before the absence is due to occur. Approval of absence must be provided before the absence is taken

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The criteria for an Authorised Absence are the same as for 3.2. If the Subject is high profile the Supplier will contact the Electronic Monitoring Team in the Home Office to approve the absence. The Electronic Monitoring Team will respond to refuse or approve the absence and the Supplier will inform the Subject of the decision.

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If the Subject is not high profile the Supplier will: • Validate the identity of the caller before any discussion regarding the Subject’s monitoring schedule or a request for an authorised absence • Comply with the operating instructions for authorised absences set out in the booklet issued to the Subject during Induction • Record all authorised absences and the reasons for the absence and report authorised absences to the Electronic Monitoring Team • Confirm approval or refusal of the authorised absence to the Subject in writing • Make telephone checks to confirm that the Subject is at the location approved for the absence period e.g. check the Subject is at the hospital • Request written confirmation that the Subject was at the location approved for the absence period • Report absences as a violation if they are taken when approval has not been granted or if a confirmation is not received within the required timescales. Process Reference Process Name 3.4 Supplier checks any equipment failures

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If the Supplier’s Central System reports an equipment failure the Supplier will visit the Subject to determine the cause of the failure and replace any equipment where this is required. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Equipment failure alert from the Central System You will provide the following information to: • Equipment Damage and Failure Report to the Home Office Electronic Monitoring team The report is produced monthly within 10 working days of the end of the previous month and covers all incidents of equipment damage and failure in that month

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The Supplier will investigate all equipment failures where they involve: • Damage to any part of the monitoring equipment of any kind including tamper and strap tamper caused by the Subject. Damage caused by official action by the Police, Probation Service / YOT, the Supplier, medical staff or any other official body will not be investigated and the equipment will be replaced or repaired only Internal equipment failures of any kind including battery failure, short-circuits, transmitter failure or component deterioration or failure.

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Supplier Responsibility Process Description The Supplier will check that monitoring equipment installed at the Subject’s monitoring address is functioning correctly. This will include monthly visits to any Relevant Areas to check that equipment is functioning correctly. Any malfunctions will be dealt with as at Table 3.4.

Inputs / Sources

You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • None None

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Timing

For curfew monitoring the Supplier will have an alternative form of monitoring to verify that the Subject is complying with the curfew if electronic monitoring equipment fails. Visits to the Subject’s home to check equipment must be conducted during a monitoring period. The Supplier is not required to notify the Subject in advance of the visit. Process Reference Process Name 3.6 Probation Service / YOT requests Compliance Report for Suspended Sentence Orders Review

Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager for the Subject Responsibility Process Description For Suspended Sentence Orders only the Court may provide for periodic reviews during the period of the Suspended Sentence Order to evaluate the Subject’s performance in complying with the conditions of the Order. The Offender Manager will contact the Supplier to request a Compliance Report for the Subject for presentation at this Review. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Date for Review Hearing for the Suspended Sentence Order from the Court You will provide the following information to: • The External Agency Information Request Form is faxed or emailed to the Supplier At least 24 hours before the Review Hearing

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3.7 Probation Service / YOT / Police request Compliance Report

Probation Service, YOT or local Police Force (see below) Responsibility Process Description The Probation Service / YOT or the Police will request information relating to a Subject’s compliance with Order conditions to assist in the investigation of offences that may involve the Subject. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • The External Agency Information Request Form is faxed or emailed to the Supplier When required

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The External Agency Information Request form must identify whether the Subject is a MAPPA case or a Priority or Prolific Offender. If a Subject is a MAPPA case or a Priority or Prolific Offender the police may request details of the Subject’s compliance history and this may be issued directly to the police without prior Home Office approval. Requests for Compliance Reports from local Police Forces are raised and signed by the investigating officer. These must be countersigned by a Police Inspector. The Supplier is not authorised to provide information unless the request has the Police Inspector’s countersignature. Requests for Compliance Reports from the local Police Force must identify whether the Subject is in custody or not. If the Subject is in custody the local Police Force require information about a Subject’s compliance record more urgently than for a Subject not in custody. Requests for information must be compliant with human rights legislation.

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3.8 Supplier provides Compliance Report

Supplier’s Senior Manager in the Relevant Area Responsibility Process Description The Supplier provides Police with information on the Subject’s compliance history and/or provides the Probation Service / YOT with general details of monitoring history. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • External Agency Information Request Form from the Probation Service or YOT or Police You will provide the following information to: • Curfew Compliance Report to the Probation Service / YOT or Police • Curfew History report to the Probation Service / YOT or Police Page 37 of 75 23 March 2005

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The timing for the provision of reports for each type of monitoring is set out below

If the Subject is a MAPPA case or a Priority or Prolific Offender the Supplier is permitted to issue information directly to the requesting Police Force. If the Subject is not classified as a Prolific Offender the Supplier will send the information to the Home Office Electronic Monitoring Team who will confirm acceptance to the Supplier that the information can be sent to the Police Force. Specifically for curfew and attendance monitoring the Supplier will provide reports within 24 hours of receipt of the request for information. If the information is required for a Subject that has been taken into custody the Supplier should provide the information as soon as possible.

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3.9 Police inform Supplier of any case where Subject has been arrested for an unconnected offence

Arresting Police Force Responsibility Process Description The Police inform the Supplier that the Subject has been arrested for an offence unrelated to the curfew Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • None, unless the Subject informs the arresting officer that he is on a Community Order You will provide the following information to: • Arrest Report to the Supplier and the Offender Manager. Immediately upon arrest

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As soon as the Supplier receives Notification that the Subject is in Police custody the Supplier will cease monitoring the Subject. The Supplier will re-commence monitoring when the Police inform the Supplier that the Subject has been released from custody.

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Stage 4. Requests for Order Variation
4.1 Subject requests variation to Order 4.2 Probation Service / YOT request variation

4.3 Supplier provides Guidance on variation If requested

4.4 Court Hearing

4.5 Court requests Offender Manager / Probation Service advice on acceptability of variation 4.6 Offender Manager / Probation Service provides advice on acceptability of variation

4.7 Court requests subject’s compliance history from Supplier

4.8 Supplier provides compliance history to Court

Variation agreed

No

3.1

Yes 4.9 Court issues amended Order

4.10 Probation Service /YOT where involved informs other interested parties

4.11 Supplier transfers Subject from other Supplier (if required)

3.1

4.12 Supplier installs equipment at changed address and provides induction guidance to Subject

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The detailed processes within Stage 4 – Requests for Order Variation are: Process Reference Process Name 4.1 Subject requests variation to Order

Offender Manager for the Subject Responsibility Process Description The Subject (or his/her legal representatives) may apply directly to the Court for a variation to the Order or may submit a request to the Offender Manager for a variation. For example the Subject may obtain employment which prevents him/her meeting the conditions of the Community Order. If the request is made to the Offender Manager he will contact the Court and request a Court Hearing date. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Written request from the Subject or the Subject’s legal representatives for a variation to the Order You will provide the following information to: • Request for Court Hearing to the Court Within 24 hours of receipt of the request

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Requests for a variation to the Order exclude requests for a one-off period of absence. These are covered in 3.2 and 3.3 above. Process Reference Process Name 4.2 Probation Service / YOT request variation

Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description The Offender Manager may request a variation to the Community Order if the Subject is experiencing difficulty in meeting the conditions of the Order, for example the curfew times conflict with a period of work or religious study or if the Offender Manager believes that a variation to the Order will act as an incentive to the Subject. The Offender Manager will contact the Court to request a Hearing to consider the variation. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Nothing. Recommendation for variation is determined by the Offender Manager You will provide the following information to: • Request for Court Hearing to the Court • Report to the Court setting out reasons for the request to vary the Order. As soon as possible

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A local level protocol will be established between the Probation Service / YOT, the Electronic Monitoring Supplier and the Court Service to define how requests for Court Hearing will be transmitted. Normally this will be in the form of a telephone request from the Offender Manager to the Court.

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4.3 Supplier provides guidance on variation if requested

Supplier Responsibility Process Description The Supplier will conduct a site survey when requested if a request has been made to the Offender Manager for a variation to an Order where this involves monitoring at a different address to that in the Order. A report will be submitted to the Offender Manager Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • A Letter requesting a site survey will be emailed from the Probation Service / YOT You will provide the following information to: • A report on the suitability of the locations will be sent to the Offender Manager The Site Survey report must be sent to the Offender Manager within 72 hours of receipt of the request for a survey

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The Supplier will not commence and work to make the new location ready for monitoring until the variation to the Order is confirmed.

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4.4 Court Hearing

Courts Responsibility Process Description On receipt of a request for a Court Hearing from the Offender Manager or the Subject the Court Clerk sets the Court Hearing date and informs all parties who must attend. At the Court Hearing the Court will consider the evidence to support the request for a variation. If the Subject has applied directly to the Court then the hearing may be adjourned while the Offender Manager investigates whether the variation is acceptable and should be offered to the Subject. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request for Court Hearing from the Subject or the Offender Manager • Report to the Court setting out reasons for the request to vary the Order from the Offender Manager • A report on the suitability of alternative locations for monitoring from

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the Supplier if requested by the Offender Manager Output / Recipient You will provide the following information to: • Court Hearing Date to the Offender Manager, the Subject and the Supplier Within 24 hours

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The Supplier will provide a Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer to attend Court Hearings to provide details of the Subject’s Compliance History if requested Process Reference Process Name 4.5 Court requests Offender Manager / Probation Service advice on acceptability of variation

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Subject has made an application for a variation to the Community Order directly to the Court then the Court may request advice from the Offender Manager of the acceptability of the request. If the Supplier is the Offender Manager the Court will request the Probation Service to provide an officer to conduct the risk assessment. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Written request for a variation to the Order from the Subject You will provide the following information to: • Request to comment on whether the requested variation is acceptable to the Offender Manager As soon as possible

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Timing

Under normal circumstances the Offender Manager will attend the Court Hearing to consider the request to change the conditions of the Community Order. In this situation the request to the Offender Manager for consideration of the variation will be made in the Court Hearing. However if the Offender Manager has not attended the Court Hearing a request for consideration of the variation setting out the details of the change requested will be faxed to the Offender Manager. Process Reference Process Name 4.6 Offender Manager / Probation Service provides advice on acceptability of variation

Offender Manager in the Probation Service /YOT or Probation Service officer if the Supplier is the Offender Manager for the Subject Process Description If the Subject has made an application for a variation to the Community Order directly to the Court and the Court has requested consideration by the Offender Manager then the Offender Manager will conduct a risk assessment of the change. Where the Supplier is the Offender Manager the risk assessment will be conducted by the Probation Service officer appointed by the Court. Responsibility Version 1.0 Page 42 of 75 23 March 2005

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You will receive the following information from: • Request to comment on whether the requested variation is acceptable from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Report on the Subject’s compliance history with the Community Order to the Court • Report on the acceptability of the requested change to the Order Within timescales requested by the Court

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Probation Service officers will refer to the risk assessment guidelines in the OASYS (Offender Assessment System) procedure and the guidance and rules set out for Pre-Sentence Reports in the National Standards 2005 (GS2) when conducting the risk assessment of the requested change. YOT Offender Managers will refer to the ASSET procedures. Process Reference Process Name 4.7 Court requests Subject’s compliance history from Supplier

Court Responsibility Process Description The Court may request details of the Subject compliance history with the current Community Order to support an assessment of whether the variation should be agreed. This will normally be provided to the Supplier before the Court Hearing. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Written request for a variation to the Order from the Subject or the Offender Manager You will provide the following information to: • Date and time of Court Hearing and request to provide Subject Compliance History to the Supplier At least 24 hours before the Court Hearing

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Under normal circumstances the Offender Manager will be responsible for collating all details required before a Court Hearing. The Court will request details directly from the Supplier only in exceptional circumstances e.g. where the Offender Manager has not appeared at the Court Hearing. Process Reference Process Name 4.8 Supplier provides compliance history to Court

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Date and time of Court Hearing and request to provide Subject Compliance History from the Court

Output / Recipient

You will provide the following information to: • Subject Compliance History to the Court The Supplier may be requested to attend Court within 24 hours of the Request

Timing

The content of the Supplier’s compliance report will be determined by the Court. The Court is permitted to request any details of the Subject’s compliance record including details of compliance with curfew dates and times, records of telephone calls to check attendances, violations, requests for variations, equipment tamper alerts, inability to monitor dates and dates of telephone communications with the Subject. Process Reference Process Name 4.9 Court issues amended Order

Court Clerk Responsibility Process Description If the Court agrees to amend the conditions of the Order an amended Order will be issued to all relevant parties. The Supplier will obtain the Subject’s signature on the amended Order when it is issued by the Court. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Community Order details from the Court You will provide the following information to: • The amended Community Order, signed by the Subject, is sent to the Subject, the Probation Service / YOT, the Supplier and the Crown Prosecution Service. On the same day as sentencing.

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The Court Clerk will follow the rules set out in 1.7 to issue the amended Order. Process Reference Process Name 4.10 Probation Service / YOT, where involved, informs other interested parties

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description The Offender Manager informs any interested party of the amendment to the Order Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Order from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Details of the amended Community Order to the local Police Force and any other party that has an interest e.g. the manager at any Page 44 of 75 23 March 2005

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location that is to be used for attendance monitoring A Sentence Plan for the Subject will be revised and issued to all relevant parties with responsibilities in the Plan

Timing

As soon as possible

The Probation Service / YOT has the discretionary rights to provide details to other interested parties e.g. the Public Protection Panel. Process Reference Process Name 4.11 Supplier transfers Subject from other Supplier (if required)

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If the amended Order involves the transfer of a Subject’s monitoring address to an area covered by another EM supplier the Subject records will need to be transferred between the suppliers. The Supplier for the address that the Subject has vacated will visit the Subject’s address and remove all equipment. The Supplier for the Subject’s new address will visit the Subject at the new address and induct the Subject and install any equipment required. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Community Order from the Court You will provide the following information to: • The Supplier for the outgoing address will provide the Subject’s Monitoring records and Curfew History to the Supplier for the incoming address • The Supplier for the incoming address will enter the Subject’s Monitoring records on the Central System The new Supplier must induct the Subject to meet the timescales set out for 4.12

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If responsibility for managing a Subject is transferred between Suppliers continuous monitoring of the Subject throughout the monitoring periods of an Order must be maintained. The Suppliers involved are jointly responsible for ensure that the Subject is continuously monitored. Process Reference Process Name 4.12 Supplier installs equipment at changed address and provides induction guidance to Subject

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Amended Community Order from the Court

You will provide the following information to: • The monitoring instructions booklet is issued to the Subject • The Subject’s record on Central System is updated to include the new monitoring schedule in the amended Order The Supplier will commence monitoring the Subject under the conditions of the amended Order within 24 hours of receipt of the amended Order

Timing

The Supplier will adopt the processes and rules set out in section 2.6 during the installation of any new equipment.

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5.1 Supplier investigates apparent violation of order conditions

5.2 Violation reported below threshold for Warning Letter

Violation requiring warning letter Yes

No

3.1

Supplier is Offender Manager

No

5.4 Supplier reports violation to Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager

Yes 5.3 Supplier issues warning letter to Subject 5.5 Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager issues warning letter to Subject

More serious violation or second violation Yes 5.6 Supplier reports breach or instigates breach proceedings

No

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The detailed processes within Stage 5 – Violation Procedure are: Process Reference Process Name 5.1 Supplier investigates apparent violation of Order conditions

Supplier Responsibility Process Description When the Central System alerts the Supplier that the Subject has committed a violation the Supplier must investigate and confirm the violation Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System alert You will provide the following information to: • The Subject’s Central System records are updated with details of the violation As soon as the investigation is complete

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Timing

The Supplier will investigate the apparent violation to determine: • If the absence is an unauthorised absence. All unauthorised absences must be treated as an apparent violation • If the Supplier believes the reported violation may be a false negative, the Supplier must identify the cause and take steps to rectify the problem within a period of 24 hours from the time the violation was detected. If the equipment in the specified place requires maintenance or replacement, this must be carried out during a curfew period within 24 hours of the occurrence of the suspected violation. • If the Subject is in police custody in which case failure to comply with a curfew will not be treated as a violation. The Supplier will investigate all violations in the first instance and will then telephone the Subject to confirm the violation. A visit will be conducted for equipment violations. If a visit is required to confirm that a female Subject is at the curfew address the visit may be conducted by a male officer if the officer is not required to enter the premises. If the Subject is unable to come to the door of the premises a female officer must accompany the male officer throughout the visit. The Supplier will not: • Visit outside curfew hours unless the Subject has agreed in advance; or • Visit between midnight and 6 am except to follow up tamper violations. Specifically for curfew violations: • If the apparent violation is a combined SMU “tilt” and power off the Supplier will contact the Subject during the curfew period and arrange to visit the Subject within 4 hours of the alert to check the equipment. If either a tilt or power off notification is received in isolation the Supplier is not required to visit the Subject • If the apparent violation is a tamper alert the Supplier will contact the Subject within 15 minutes of the alert and visit the Subject within 4 hours of the alert to check the equipment. The Supplier will replace any equipment during this visit • If the absence persists for 5 minutes or more, the Supplier must telephone the subject within Version 1.0 Page 48 of 75 23 March 2005

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15 minutes to attempt to ascertain the whereabouts of the Subject. If the person responding claims to be the subject, the identity of the Subject must be confirmed If the Subject cannot be contacted the Supplier will attempt to make contact with the Subject every 30 minutes until the earlier of the end of the curfew period or the threshold before a violation must be reported (see below) If there is no answer to either of these telephone calls or if the person answering the telephone states that the subject is present but cannot answer the telephone, a violation must be assumed If a violation is caused by any damage or failure to monitoring equipment located at the Subject’s address the Supplier will visit the Subject to check the equipment If the Supplier identifies a violation of the monitoring requirement, where they are the Offender Manager, the Supplier will either issue a warning to the Subject or initiate Breach proceedings depending on the seriousness and number of violations If the Probation Service / YOT provide the Offender Manager the Supplier will inform the Offender Manager of the violation.

Specifically for attendance monitoring violations: • The Supplier will investigate a violation if the Subject’s identity cannot be validated after 3 voice verification attempts, or the Subject is reported as being over 15 minutes late arriving at the attendance location, or the Subject fails to respond to a request to contact the Supplier to confirm he is at the attendance location • The Supplier will make one further phone call after 15 minutes of the violation being reported • The Supplier will obtain reasons from the Subject for any absence and invoke enforcement action as required The following represent less serious Violations: • One or more curfew violations whose total length amounts to a period of two hours • Failure by the Subject to call in or respond to a call from the Supplier within 15 minutes to confirm attendance at an attendance monitoring location • Any tamper violation apart from removal of equipment fitted to the Subject or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment • Each instance where a Subject has not provided notice or sufficient notice to the Supplier in respect of any authorised absences. The following represent more serious Violations: • One or more Curfew violations whose total length amounts to the lesser of an entire curfew period and a period of four hours • A second tamper violation, or any removal of equipment fitted to the Subject, or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment • Physical assault on or a threat of violence to any of the Supplier’s staff.

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5.2 Violation reported below threshold for Warning Letter

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An Central System alert

You will provide the following information to: • The Subject’s Central System record is updated to record the violation • A Violation Intelligence Report is issued to Police Forces for violations committed by MAPPA cases and Priority or Prolific Offenders (see below) As soon as the investigation is complete The Violation Intelligence Report is issued weekly

Timing

The Supplier will record on Central System any violation of curfew requirements. If the violation is below the threshold for a Warning Letter the Subject will be contacted to confirm the violation but no further action will be taken and the Subject will continue to be monitored. The Supplier is not required to contact the Subject to investigate the violation if the violation is for a period of less than 5 minutes. However the violation will be recorded on Central System. If the Subject is classified as a MAPPA case or a Priority or Prolific Offender the Supplier will include on the Violation Intelligence Report all violations of curfew lasting more than 15 minutes in the current week or any confirmed violations of attendance monitoring requirements.

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5.3 Supplier issues warning letter to Subject

Supplier, where they are the Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description If the violation is confirmed the Supplier will issue a warning letter to the Subject if the Supplier is the Offender Manager for the Subject. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a violation requiring a warning letter You will provide the following information to: • Warning Letter sent to the Subject • If the Subject is a Priority or Prolific Offender a copy of the warning letter will be sent to the local Police Force The warning letter must be delivered within 24 hours of confirmation of the violation

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5.4 Supplier reports violation to the Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager

Supplier Responsibility Process Description The Probation Service / YOT will issue the warning letter to the Subject if it is the Offender Manager for the Subject. The Supplier will report the violation to the Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a violation requiring a warning letter You will provide the following information to: • Violation Report sent to the Offender Manager for those Subjects under Probation Service / YOT supervision • If the Subject is a Priority or Prolific Offender the violation report will be sent to the local Police Force Within 24 hours.

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5.5 Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager issues warning letter to Subject

Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description The Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager investigates the cause of the violation by contacting the Subject. If a satisfactory explanation for the violation is not obtained the Offender Manager issues the warning letter to the Subject for the first less serious violation. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Violation Report from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Warning Letter sent to the Subject The Offender Manager will request an explanation for the violation and if a satisfactory explanation is not received within 2 days a letter is sent to the Subject. If the Subject fails to provide a satisfactory explanation in response to this letter within 5 days of the letter then a warning letter will be delivered within the next 24 hours.

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Specific guidance to Offender Managers in the Probation Service covering enforcement action is set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS9).

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5.6 Supplier reports breach or instigates breach proceedings

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If the Supplier confirms the violation and it is either a more serious violation or a second less serious violation for the Subject then the Supplier will report the violation to the Probation Service Offender Manager to instigate breach proceedings or will instigate breach proceedings directly as appropriate. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a more serious violation or a second less serious violation You will provide the following information to: • Breach Report to the Offender Manager • If the Subject is a Priority or Prolific Offender a copy of the Breach Report will also be sent to the local Police Force • Breach report to the court, where the supplier is the Offender Manager Within 24 hours of the Subject violation where this triggers breach conditions

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Timing

The Supplier will: • Include in the breach report all details, including dates and times of any relevant absences, to substantiate the Breach • Continue to monitor the Subject until the earlier of an amendment to the Order is confirmed or the Order is revoked or the expiry date of the Order.

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6.1 Supplier applies for court date

6.2 Court provides date of hearing

6.3 Supplier drafts summons and prepares breach information 6.4 Court returns signed summons to Supplier

6.6 Court issues Community Penalty Breach Warrant 6.7 Supplier requests prosecution papers from CPS 6.8 CPS provides prosecution papers for Court hearing 6.9 Supplier presents breach evidence to the Court

8.3

6.5 Supplier issues summons to Subject

6.10 Court Hearing to determine breach

Court decides to revoke No 6.12 Court requests comments on proposed variations to Order 6.13 Probation Service / YOT provides comments on proposed variation to Order 6.14 Supplier provides technical comments on proposed variation to Order 6.15 Court amends Order

Yes

6.11 Court issues revocation notice

9.1

2.1

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The procedures in stage 6 cover Community Orders where the Supplier is the Offender Manager. Where the Probation Service / YOT is the Offender Manager breach proceedings will use the procedures described in Stage 7. The detailed processes within Stage 6 – Breach of Community Order where the Supplier is the Offender Manager are: Process Reference Process Name 6.1 Supplier applies for court date

Supplier Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer or Department Responsibility Process Description The Supplier will be responsible for applying for the Summons from the Court to instruct the Subject to attend the Court Hearing. The first step is to obtain a Court Hearing date Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a more serious violation or a second less serious violation You will provide the following information to: • Notification of Court Proceedings Form to the Court The request for a Court Date will be made within 3 working days of the reported violation. If further investigations are required this may be extended to 5 working days

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If the Order has been imposed by the Crown Court the Supplier will need to establish whether the breach proceedings will be heard at the Crown Court or the Magistrates Court and send the paperwork to the appropriate court. Schedule 8 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 permits the Crown Court to reserve the case to itself and in these circumstances it will issue its own summonses and warrants. The Supplier will continue to monitor the Subject until the earlier of the receipt of confirmation of an amendment to the Order or the expiry date of the monitoring requirement. The Supplier will cease monitoring if the Subject is no longer resident at the home address. If a Subject has been evicted from the curfew address breach proceedings will be withdrawn if a variation to the Order is received within 5 days of a reported violation. Process Reference Process Name 6.2 Court provides date of hearing

Court Administrator Responsibility Process Description The Court Administrator will confirm the date of the Court Hearing to the Supplier Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Notification of Court Proceedings Form from the Supplier

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You will provide the following information to: • Date of Court Hearing on the Notification of Court Proceedings Form to the Supplier The first hearing date should not be any later than 20 days after the date of the reported breach.

Timing

Courts are now encouraged to reserve specific days in the week for hearing breach cases. These will be used by the Supplier and the Probation Service / YOT Offender Managers. The Probation Service / YOT Offender Managers have access to the court hearing dates to reserve hearing dates without requesting a summons from the Court. The Supplier will need to co-ordinate hearing requests with the Court and Probation Service / YOT Offender Managers if there is a need for an urgent Court Hearing. Process Reference Process Name 6.3 Supplier drafts summons and prepares breach information

Supplier Responsibility Process Description On receipt of the date of the Court Hearing the Supplier will draft the summons and issue this to the Court for signature before the summons can be issued to the Subject. The Supplier will also prepare the Breach Pack with information detailing the breach Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Date of Court Hearing on the Notification of Court Proceedings Form from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Draft summons requiring approval and signature to the Court • Breach Pack to the Court As soon as possible to meet the date for presenting all paperwork before the Court Hearing

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The breach pack will include any information the Court requires regarding the Subject’s compliance with the monitoring requirement. This includes details of the original Order, breach reports and an event summary of the Subject’s compliance record to include requests for variations to the Order and amended Orders, the installation report, copies of any warning letters issued, incident and violation reports, telephone logs, and visit reports.

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Court Listing Officer Responsibility Process Description The Court Listing Officer obtains the Magistrate / Judge signature on the summons and sends the summons to the Supplier for issue Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Summons requiring signature from the Supplier • Breach Pack from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Signed summons to the Supplier Within 24 hours of receipt of summons

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6.5 Supplier issues summons to Subject

Supplier Responsibility Process Description When the Supplier receives the signed summons from the Court this is issued to the Subject to instruct him / her to attend Court on the hearing date Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Signed summons from the Court You will provide the following information to: • The Summons is sent to the Subject Within 24 hours of receipt of signed summons from the Court

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The Summons will be sent to the Subject using first class post. The Summons will be sent to the Subject’s last known address. Process Reference Process Name 6.6 Court issues Community Penalty Breach Warrant

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Subject’s whereabouts are unknown or if the Offender Manager believes there is a risk that the Subject may not attend the Court Hearing or if there is a risk of serious harm to staff or members of the Subject’s household (or risk of self-harm by the Subject) the Offender Manager will request a Community Penalty Breach Warrant from the Court who will issue this to the Subject to enforce attendance

Inputs / Sources

You will receive the following information from: • Request for Community Penalty Breach Warrant from the Offender

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Manager Output / Recipient You will provide the following information to: • Community Penalty Breach Warrant will be issued to the Subject Within 2 days of receipt of the request for the warrant

Timing

The warrant will be executed by the Court Enforcement Officer or the Police. See section 8.3. Process Reference Process Name 6.7 Supplier requests prosecution papers from CPS

Supplier Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer Responsibility Process Description The Supplier will request the original offence file for the Subject from CPS for presentation to the Court Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a more serious violation or a second less serious violation You will provide the following information to: • The Court name, and the date and time of the Breach Hearing will be sent to the CPS Area Office • Request for the original offence file to CPS Area office where the Subject was sentenced The request will need to be processed in the timescales for preparing prosecution papers for the Court Hearing. Normally the CPS Area Office will require 24 hours notice to obtain prosecution papers.

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The Supplier will request details of the original offence from the CPS Area office where the Subject was sentenced and not the office where the Breach Hearing is to be heard. The Supplier will obtain the details from the Community Order of the CPS Area Office and the CPS Officer who attended the Court when the Subject was sentenced. Requests for prosecution papers must be signed by the Court Team Leader of the office that is managing the breach. It is important that the Supplier requests the original offence papers from the CPS Area Office where the Subject was originally sentenced and not from the CPS Area Office where the breach has occurred. Requests to the wrong office may result in delays in the Court Hearings or the need for an adjournment of the Hearing to obtain the CPS papers before the Court can resentence the Subject.

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6.8 CPS provides prosecution papers for Court Hearing

CPS Area Office where the Subject was originally sentenced Responsibility Process Description An officer from the CPS Area Office will attend the Court Hearing and provide the prosecution papers from the original sentence. The CPS Officer will deliver evidence to the Court to provide details of the original offence and sentence if requested. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request for the original offence file from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Details of the original offence and sentence to the Court On the date of the Court Hearing

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CPS will also provide details of any previous convictions to the Court if required. Process Reference Process Name 6.9 Supplier presents breach evidence to the Court

Supplier Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer Responsibility Process Description The Supplier’s Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer attends the Court Hearing and presents any evidence of the breach incidents. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Pack from the Supplier Enforcement Team You will provide the following information to: • Evidence of the breach to the Court At the Court Hearing.

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For cases heard at the Crown Court a solicitor or barrister will present the case evidence on behalf of the Supplier.

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6.10 Court Hearing to determine breach

Courts Responsibility Process Description The Court Hearing will determine whether the Subject is in breach and decide on the penalty, either revocation and re-sentencing or a variation to the existing Community Order

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You will receive the following information from: • Details of the original offence are delivered as evidence by the CPS Officer • Details of the breach are delivered as evidence by the Supplier • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order are delivered as evidence by the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Judicial decision is recorded by the Court At the Court Hearing

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If all the papers required for the case are not available for the case the Court may adjourn and request that the papers are provided for a later hearing. In particular if the Subject contests the breach, the Court will adjourn and set a new date for the breach hearing. In the period between the first and second hearing, the Supplier will obtain any Section 9 Witness Statements required.

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6.11 Court issues revocation notice

Court Responsibility Process Description The Court decides to revoke the Community Order and re-sentence the Subject. The Revocation Order will be issued to the Subject and the Supplier to terminate the Order. The Revocation Order will be authority for the Supplier to remove monitoring equipment from the Subject and the Subject’s address. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Details of the original offence are delivered as evidence by the CPS Officer • Details of the breach are delivered as evidence by the Supplier • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order are delivered as evidence by the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Revocation Notice to the Subject and the Supplier At the Court Hearing

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The Supplier will cease monitoring the Subject as soon as the Revocation Notice is received.

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Court requests comments on proposed variations to Order

Court Responsibility Process Description The Court may adjourn the hearing and request consider of variations to the Order by the Probation Service / YOT. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Details of the original offence are delivered as evidence by the CPS Officer • Details of the breach are delivered as evidence by the Supplier • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order are delivered as evidence by the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Request to comment on whether the requested variation is acceptable to the Probation Service / YOT The request will be made to a Probation Service / YOT Officer available at the Court during the Court Hearing

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6.13 Probation Service / YOT provides comments on proposed variations to Order

Probation Service /YOT officer Responsibility Process Description If the Court is considering a variation to the Community Order to make it more onerous rather than revocation then the Probation Service / YOT may be asked to conduct a risk assessment of the change. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request to comment on whether the requested variation is acceptable from the Court You will provide the following information to: • If a site survey is required a letter requesting a site survey will be emailed to the Supplier • Report on the Subject’s compliance history with the Community Order to the Court • Report on the acceptability of the requested change to the Order Within timescales requested by the Court

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6.14 Supplier provides technical comments on proposed variation to Order

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If required and requested by the Probation Service, the Supplier will conduct a site survey to consider an alternative location that may be used for a variation to the Order. A report will be submitted to the Probation Service / YOT Inputs / Sources You will receive the following from: • If a site survey is required a letter requesting a site survey will be emailed from the Probation Service / YOT You will provide the following information to: • A report on the suitability of the locations will be sent to the Probation Service / YOT The Site Survey report must be sent to the Probation Service / YOT within 72 hours of receipt of the request for a survey

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6.15 Court amends Order

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Court decides not to revoke the Order it must issue an amended Order setting out revised conditions. Under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 the Court must either make the existing Order more onerous or revoke it and re-sentence the Subject for the original offence. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Report on the Subject’s compliance history with the Community Order from the Probation Service / YOT • Report on the acceptability of the requested change to the Order from the Probation Service / YOT You will provide the following information to: • Amended Order to the Subject, Offender Manager and the Supplier At the Court Hearing

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The Supplier will commence monitoring the Subject in accordance with the new Requirements as soon as the amended Order is received.

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Stage 7. Breach of Community Order where there is a Probation Service Offender Manager

7.1 Probation Service / YOT arranges Court Hearing date

7.2 Probation Service / YOT requests prosecution papers from CPS

7.4 Court issues summons or Community Penalty Breach Warrant

7.5 Probation Service / YOT requests details of Subject Compliance History

7.3 CPS provides prosecution papers

8.3

7.6 Supplier provides details of Subject Compliance History

7.7 Court Hearing to determine breach

Court decides to revoke No 7.9 Court decides to amend the Community Order

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7.8 Court issues revocation notice

9.1

7.10 Probation Service / YOT informs parties of outcome of Court Hearing

7.11 Supplier takes any action to change Order or remove equipment

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The procedures covered in stage 7 cover Community Orders which involve a number of Requirements. For these Orders the Offender Manager will be provided by the Probation Service / YOT. The detailed processes within Stage 7 – Breach of Community Order where there is a Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager are: Process Reference Process Name 7.1 Probation Service / YOT arranges Court Hearing date

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description The Offender Manager decides initially whether a breach has occurred. If the Offender Manager concludes that there are no circumstances which have prevented reasonable compliance, enforcement action must be taken. Under the Criminal Justice Act 2003, either a statutory warning must be issued or the offender must be returned to court, and the offender must be returned to court for a second violation within any 12 month period. The Offender Manager prepares the case for breach which includes compiling details of the Subject’s compliance with all of the Requirements of the Community Order. For cases to be heard at Magistrates Courts the Offender Manager sets the Hearing Date for the next available weekly time that breaches of Community Orders will be heard. The Offender Manager contacts the Subject to confirm that breach action is to be pursued and requests the Subject and other parties attendance at the Court on the Hearing Date. The Offender Manager will prepare a summons for the Court to issue if it considers that it is required. If the Offender Manager considers that a warrant is required this may be prepared for issue by the Court. For cases to be heard at the Crown Court the Offender Manager issues a Notification of the Breach to the Court. The Listing Officer at the Court informs the Offender Manager of the Hearing Date and the Offender Manager contacts the Subject to confirm that breach action is to be pursued and requests the attendance of the Subject and other parties at the Court on the Hearing Date. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Reports from the agencies responsible for monitoring the Subject’s compliance against each Requirement in the Community Order • Monitoring Compliance Report from the electronic monitoring supplier • Monitoring History Report from the electronic monitoring supplier • Court Hearing date from the Court

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You will provide the following information to: For Magistrates Court Hearings • Written or oral instructions to attend the Magistrates Court Hearing to the Subject • Written instructions to attend the Court Hearing to the Supplier • Draft Summons or Warrant to the Court For Crown Court Hearings • Notification of the Breach to request a Hearing to the Court • Written or oral instructions to attend the Court Hearing to the Subject • Written instructions to attend the Court Hearing to the Supplier • Draft Summons or Warrant to the Court

Timing

See 7.5. In standard cases the Notification must be made within 2 working days of the violation being reported unless further investigation into the cause of the violation is required, in which case the Notification must be made within 5 working days. The Probation Service has a target of 10 working days for adults and 5 working days for youths to initiate breach proceedings and 25 working days from the date of the breach to resolve breach actions. In all cases the first breach hearing must be within 20 working days of the date of he breach For fast track cases the Subject must be notified of breach proceeding within 3 working days of the breach being reported. The Court Hearing should be heard ideally on the 6th working day after the breach and all activities to prepare the papers should be completed within 5 working days.

The Offender Manager will attempt to arrange the Court Hearing at the next available breach hearing date subject to at least 3 Working Days being allowed to prepare the case for prosecution. Specific guidance to Offender Managers in the Probation Service covering breach action is set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS9). Process Reference Process Name 7.2 Probation Service / YOT requests prosecution papers from CPS

Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description If the Offender Manager decides to pursue breach action a request will be made to CPS to provide the original offence file for the Subject for presentation to the Court Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the agency monitoring the Requirement that has been broken

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You will provide the following information to: • The Court name, and the date and time of the Breach Hearing will be sent to the CPS Area Office • Request for the original offence file to CPS Area office where the Subject was sentenced The request will need to be processed in the timescales for preparing the papers for the Court Hearing. These will be a maximum of 5 working days for fast track cases. Normally the CPS Area Office will require 24 hours notice to obtain prosecution papers.

Timing

It is important that the Offender Manager requests the original offence papers from the CPS Area Office where the Subject was originally sentenced and not from the CPS Area Office where the breach has occurred. Requests to the wrong office may result in delays in the Court Hearings or the need for an adjournment of the Hearing to obtain the CPS papers before the Court can re-sentence the Subject.

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7.3 CPS provides prosecution papers

CPS Area Office where the Subject was originally sentenced Responsibility Process Description An officer from the CPS Area Office will attend the Court Hearing and provide the prosecution papers from the original sentence. The CPS Officer will deliver evidence to the Court to provide details of the original offence and sentence if requested Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request for the original offence file from the Offender Manager You will provide the following information to: • Details of the original offence and sentence to the Court On the date of the Court Hearing

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CPS will also provide details of any previous convictions to the Court if required. Process Reference Process Name 7.4 Court issues Summons or Community Penalty Breach Warrant

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Court decides that a Summons should be issued to the Subject to enforce attendance at the breach hearing the draft summons prepared by the Offender Manager will be signed and issued If the whereabouts of the Subject are unknown or if the Offender Manager believes there is a risk that the Subject may not attend the Court Hearing or if there is a risk of serious harm to staff or members of the Subject’s household Version 1.0 Page 65 of 75 23 March 2005

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(or risk of self-harm by the Subject) the Offender Manager will request a Community Penalty Breach Warrant from the Court who will issue this to the Subject to enforce attendance Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Request for a Community Penalty Breach Warrant from the Offender Manager • Draft Summons from the Offender Manager You will provide the following information to: • The Summons or the Community Penalty Breach Warrant will be issued to the Subject For standard cases the summons or warrant should be issued within 2 days of receipt of the request for the warrant. For fast track cases warrants must be issued within 1 working day.

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Timing

The warrant will be executed by the Court Enforcement Officer or the Police. See section 8.3.

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7.5 Probation Service / YOT requests details of Subject Compliance History

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description The Offender Manager will request details from all parties responsible for monitoring the other Requirements of an Order. This will include a request, where appropriate, to the electronic monitoring supplier to provide details of the Subject’s compliance with the electronic monitoring Requirements of the Order. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the agency monitoring the Requirement that has been breached You will provide the following information to: • External Agency Information Request Form to the Supplier See below

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At least 3 Working Days are required to prepare the case for breach. The Supplier will be given at least 2 Working Days notice to prepare a Compliance History Report for the Subject. Specific guidance to Offender Managers in the Probation Service covering breach action is set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS9).

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7.6 Supplier provides details of Subject Compliance History

Supplier Court Co-ordinator / Enforcement Officer Responsibility Process Description The Supplier provides the Offender Manager with details of the Subject’s compliance history. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • External Agency Information Request Form from the Probation Service / YOT You will provide the following information to: • Monitoring Compliance Report to the Offender Manager Within the timescales of the Court Hearing .

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Timing

Under normal circumstances the Supplier will have prepared the Monitoring Compliance Report prior to the Court Hearing. The Offender Manager presents the case and may ask for an adjournment if the Court requires evidence that the Offender Manager has not received. If the Offender Manager requires more information regarding the Subject’s compliance history the Offender Manager will contact the Supplier. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 7.7 Court Hearing to determine breach Courts The Court Hearing will determine whether there has been a breach and, if so, decide on a revocation or a variation to the existing Community Order You will receive the following information from: • Original offence papers from the Offender Manager • Details of the breach from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance history with EM Requirements from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Determination on the breach to the Court At the Court Hearing

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Output / Recipient

Timing

Under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 the Court may revoke or amend the Order only. The amended Order may extend the timescales for monitoring under existing Order Requirements or may add new requirements to the Order.

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7.8 Court issues revocation notice

Court Responsibility Process Description The Court decides to revoke the Community Order and re-sentence the Subject. The Revocation Order will be issued to the Subject, the Offender Manager and the Supplier to terminate the Order. The Revocation Order will be authority for the Supplier to remove monitoring equipment from the Subject and the Subject’s address. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Original offence papers from the Offender Manager • Details of the breach from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance history with EM Requirements from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Revocation Notice to the Subject, the Offender Manager and the Supplier At the Court Hearing

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The Court may only revoke the Order whilst the Order is current. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 7.9 Court decides to amend the Community Order Court If the Court decides not to revoke the Order it will issue an amended Order setting out more onerous conditions. You will receive the following information from: • Original offence papers from the Offender Manager • Details of the breach from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance with the Community Order from the Offender Manager • Details of the Subject’s compliance history with EM Requirements from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Amended Order to the Subject, Offender Manager and the Supplier At the Court Hearing

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Output / Recipient

Timing

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Court at the next hearing. For fast track cases the Court will expect the Offender Manager to have conducted a risk assessment of the Subject before the Court Hearing and this assessment will be used in consideration of any amendment to the Order.

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7.10 Probation Service / YOT informs parties of outcome of Court Hearing

Offender Manager in the Probation Service / YOT Responsibility Process Description The Offender Manager informs any interested party of the outcome of the Court Hearing Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Order from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Details of the amended Community Order to the local Police Force and any other party that has an interest e.g. the manager at any location that is to be used for attendance monitoring • The Sentence Plan for the Subject will be revised and issued to all relevant parties with responsibilities in the Plan On the day of the Court Hearing

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7.11 Supplier takes any action to change Order or remove equipment

Supplier Responsibility Process Description If the Court Hearing requests an amendment to monitoring conditions or the revocation of an Order the Supplier will take any action required to install new equipment and remove equipment not required. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Community Order from the Court You will provide the following information to: • See section 2.6 for outputs of installation procedures • See section 9 for outputs of equipment removal procedures The timings for changes to equipment will be as set out in section 2.6

Output / Recipient

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The Supplier will install any new equipment in accordance with the rules and processes set out in section 2.6 The Supplier will remove any equipment in accordance with the rules and processes set out in section 9.1.

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8.1 Offender Manager prepares Community Penalty Breach Warrant

8.2 Court issues Community Penalty Breach Warrant and suspends Hearing

8.3 Enforcement Officer / Police enforces Community Penalty Breach Warrant

6.6 Or 7.6

The detailed processes within Stage 8 – Non-Appearance in Court for a Breach Hearing and Subsequent Arrest are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility 8.1 Offender Manager prepares Community Penalty Breach Warrant The Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager or the Supplier’s Court Coordinator / Enforcement Officer depending on which of them has Offender Manager responsibility

Process Description If the Subject fails to appear in Court the Offender Manager / Supplier Enforcement Officer will apply for a Community Penalty Breach Warrant to arrest the Subject and enforce his / her appearance in Court. The Offender Manager / Supplier Enforcement Officer will monitor the status of warrants to ensure that they are aware that they have been executed and they obtain the data of the court hearing. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Nothing. The Subject fails to appear at the Court

Output / Recipient

You will provide the following information to: • Offender Additional Information Sheet to the Court

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The Offender Manager must wait 30 minutes from the time stipulated on the summons for the Subject to attend before applying for a Community Penalty Breach Warrant.

In some cases the Subject may have other proceedings still pending. The Court will only issue one warrant and the Offender Manager will be requested not to make a separate warrant application. The Supplier’s papers will be included in the Subject’s criminal file. Any failure to appear in Court will be reported as a Breach of the Community Order. Process Reference Process Name 8.2 Court issues Community Penalty Breach Warrant and suspends Hearing

Court Responsibility Process Description If the Subject fails to appear in Court the Court will approve the request from the Offender Manager / Supplier Enforcement Officer to issue a Community Penalty Breach Warrant and return him / her to Court. The Community Penalty Breach Warrant can be one of two forms: • A Bail Warrant allowing the Subject to be bailed to attend the Court on arrest • A Non-bail Warrant requiring the Subject to be detained and transported to Court immediately on arrest Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Offender Additional Information Sheet from the Offender Manager / Supplier Enforcement Officer You will provide the following information to: • The Community Penalty Breach Warrant is handed to the Court Enforcement Officer For standard cases the warrant should be passed to the Enforcement Teams within 48 hours of the Court Hearing decision to issue the warrant. For fast track cases the warrant must be passed to the Enforcement Team with 24 hours of the Court Hearing.

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The Court Enforcement Officer may execute the warrant himself or he may request the local Police Force to execute an Arrest Warrant (the Court Enforcement Officer may arrest the Subject himself). If the Police arrest and detain the Subject they will detain him / her in custody until the case can be heard. In these circumstances the Arresting Police Officer will arrange for the Prison Escort Contractor to present the Subject in Court with the warrant. If the Subject is arrested on a Non-Bail Warrant he/she will be presented in Court by the Court Enforcement Officer.

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8.3 Enforcement Officer / Police enforces Community Penalty Breach Warrant

Court Enforcement Officer / Police Responsibility Process Description The Court Enforcement Officer or the Police will execute the warrant: • for Bail Warrants the Court Enforcement Officer either detains the Subject and transports him/her to Court or releases the Subject on bail requiring him /her to appear at the next Court Hearing • for non-Bail Warrants the Court Enforcement Officer issues the warrant to the Police to arrest the Subject and either return the Subject to Court or put the Subject in Police custody. If the Subject is placed in Police custody the Police will arrange for a Prison Escort Contractor to present the Subject in Court with the warrant for arrest at the next Hearing. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • The Warrant for Arrest is received from the Court You will provide the following information to: • Endorsed Warrant is presented to the Court at the Subject’s Hearing For standard cases Enforcement Teams have 20 working days to execute warrants for adults and 10 working days to execute warrants for youths. The Subject is arrested as soon as possible and presented to the Court at the next scheduled Hearing. For fast track cases all warrants for adults should be executed within 10 working days. Warrants for youths should be executed with 5 working days.

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Timing

If the Probation Service / YOT receives information regarding the whereabouts of the Subject the Offender Manager should inform the Court Enforcement Officer of these details to support the execution of the warrant. The Department for Constitutional Affairs has issued Best Practice Guidance for the arrest of Subjects who fail to attend Court in the document Effective Practice Guide - Community Penalty Breach Warrants dated March 2005.

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Stage 9. Completion of Community Order

9.1 Supplier removes 9.1 Prison provides prisoners representations EM equipment for appeal

9.2 Supplier issues Completed Community Order Report

9.3 Probation Service / YOT evaluates the success of the Order

The detailed processes within Stage 9 – Completion of Community Order are: Process Reference Process Name 9.1 Supplier removes EM equipment

Supplier Responsibility Process Description On completion of the Order the Supplier will visit the Subject’s address to remove all monitoring equipment. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System will provide the date of the end of the Order You will provide the following information to: • Central System is updated to confirm that equipment has been removed successfully All equipment will be removed during the Subject’s last curfew period unless the Subject agrees that removal can be completed outside the curfew period

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The Supplier will: • • Schedule a Field Officer visit to remove equipment in advance Other than for equipment removal at the end of the Order curfew period, the Supplier will acknowledge receipt of an emailed request to remove equipment within 15 minutes of receipt of the request. Faxed revocation notices will be acknowledged by telephone within 2 hours Page 73 of 75 23 March 2005

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Invite the Subject to claim for any running costs of monitoring equipment. If the Subject is not present for the decommissioning visit the Supplier may contact the key holder at the address to request assistance to recover the equipment. No attempt should be made to contact the key holder in any other circumstances. If the last monitoring period occurs between midnight and 6am the Supplier will remove the equipment before noon on the first day after the monitoring period ends. Process Reference Process Name 9.2 Supplier issues Completed Community Order Report

Supplier Responsibility Process Description The Supplier prepares a Completed Curfew Report to summarise the Subject’s record. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Central System will provide the date of the end of the curfew period • The Supplier’s officer who attends the equipment decommissioning visit will provide an equipment recovery report You will provide the following information to: • Completed Curfew Report to the Offender Manager Within 24 hours of de-installation

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The Completed Curfew Report will be sent to the Offender Manager using secure email or fax. The Completed Curfew Report will include: • Confirmation that the equipment has been successfully removed • A summary of the Subject’s violation record. Process Reference Process Name 9.3 Probation Service / YOT evaluates the success of the Order

Probation Service / YOT Offender Manager Responsibility Process Description Occasionally on completion of the Order the Offender Manager evaluates the extent to which the Community Order achieved its objectives. This assessment will include a reassessment of the Subject using the OASYS risk assessment procedure. The assessment will be completed in the presence of the Subject where possible. YOT Offender Managers will refer to the ASSET procedures. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Completed Curfew Report from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Final Review of the Sentence Plan to the Subject and retained in the Page 74 of 75 23 March 2005

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Specific guidance on the Final Review of the Subject on completion of the Community Order is set out in the National Standards 2005 (GS10).

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ANNEX A - PROBATION SERVICE AREA ASSISTANT CHIEF OFFICERS
PROBATION AREA NAME TELEPHONE ADDRESS

North East and North West Area CHESHIRE CUMBRIA DURHAM GTR MANCHESTER LANCASHIRE (Preston District) LANCASHIRE (Blackpool District) LANCASHIRE (Burnley District) LANCASHIRE (Blackburn District) MERSEYSIDE NORTHUMBRIA TEESSIDE Marie Orrell Richard Watson Russell Bruce Manjit Seale Peter Simpson Teresa Mallaborne Louise Taylor Phillip Crooks Andy Stelman Pauline Williamson Alistair Morrison 01244 394 500 01228 560057 0191 383 9083 0161 872 4802 01772 201209 01772 201209 01772 201209 01772 201209 0151 920 9201 0191 281 5721 01642 230533 Beech House, Park West, Sealand Road, Chester, CH1 4RJ Lime House, The Green, Wetheral, Carlisle, CA4 8EW Forest House, Aykley Heads Business Centre, Durham, DH1 5TS 6th Floor, Oakland House, Talbot Road, Manchester M16 0PQ 99-101 Garstang Road, Preston, PR11LD 99-101 Garstang Road, Preston, PR11LD 99-101 Garstang Road, Preston, PR11LD 99-101 Garstang Road, Preston, PR11LD Burlington House, Crosby Road North, Waterloo, Liverpool L22 0PJ Lifton House, Eslington Road, Jesmond, Newcastle, NE2 4SP Probation House, 2 Longlands Road, Middlesborough, TS4 2JL

East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside Area DERBYSHIRE HUMBERSIDE David O’Sullivan Pete Brown 01269 55422 01482 867 271 18 Brunswood Road, Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4 3PA 21 Flemingate, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0NP

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NAME

TELEPHONE

ADDRESS

LEICESTER & RUTLAND LINCOLNSHIRE NORTH YORKS NORTHAMPTONSHIRE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SOUTH YORKS WEST YORKS

Krystyna Findley Sally Lewis Sally Lester Denise Meylan Julie Leigh Phillip Proctor Randel Borrows

0116 242 3203 01522 520776 Ext 112 01609 778 644 01604 658083 0115 840 6455 0114 276 6911 01924 885 300

2 St John Street, Leicester LE1 3BE 7 Lindum Terrace, Lincoln LN2 1HN Thurstan House, 6 Standard Way, Northallerton, DL6 2XQ Walter Tull House, 43-47 Bridge Street, Northampton NN1 1NS Marina Road, Castle Marina, Nottingham NG7 1TP 45 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE Cliff Hill House, Sandy Walk, Wakefield, WF1 2DJ

South East and South West Area AVON AND SOMERSET DEVON AND CORNWALL DORSET GLOUCESTERSHIRE HAMPSHIRE KENT SURREY SUSSEX Rob Wakefield Jon Nason Murray Shackleford Julia Oulton Liz Ashton Alan Dowie Liz Ball Kaz Hamza 0117 915 1308 01752 827500 01202 228006 01452 426250 01962 842207 01622 350820 01483 860191 01273 810300 Brunel House, 83 Newfoundland Road, Bristol BS2 9LU St Catherine's House, 5 Notte Street, Plymouth PL1 2TS 7 Madeira Road, Bournemouth BH1 1QL Bewick House, 1 Denmark Road, Gloucester GL1 3HW Friary House, Middle Brook St, Winchester SO23 8DQ Chaucer House, 25 Knightrider St, Maidstone ME15 6ND Bridge House, Flambard Way, Godalming GU7 1JB 47 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 9QA

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NAME

TELEPHONE

ADDRESS

THAMES VALLEY WILTSHIRE London and Eastern Area BEDFORDSHIRE CAMBRIDGESHIRE ESSEX HERTFORDSHIRE LONDON NORFOLK SUFFOLK

Riana Taylor Mal Munday

01869 255300 01225 781956

Kingsclere Road, Bicester, Oxon OX26 2QD Rothermere, Bythesea Road Trowbridge, Wilts BA14 8JQ

John Williams Andrew Deller Mary Archer Lisa Mathews Jenny Pasquale Stuart Macdonald Robin Merriam

01243 213541 01223 712345 01376 501626 01992 504444 020 7222 1845 01603 220100 01473 408130

3 St Peters’s Street, Bedford MK40 2PN 1 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge CB22 2BB Cullen Mill, 49 Braintree Road, Witham CM8 2DD Graham House, Yeoman’s House, Ware Road, Hertford SG13 7HJ 71 – 73 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2BN 4th Floor, St James Yarn Mill, Whitefriars, Norwich NR3 1SU Foundation House, 34 Foundation Street, Ipswich IP4 1SP

West Midlands and Wales Area DYFED-POWYS GWENT NORTH WALES SOUTH WALES STAFFORDSHIRE Francis Rutler Jim A’Herne Matthew Driver Janet Chaplin Peter Fieldhouse 01267 221567 01495 762462 01492 513413 01656 674747 Ext 4820 01785 223416 Llangunnor Road, Carmarthen SA31 2PD Cwmbran House, Mamhilad Park Estate, Pontypool NP4 0XD Alexandra House, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay LL29 9YF Tremains House, Tremains Road, Bridgend CF31 1TZ University Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Beaconsfield, Stafford ST16 0GE

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NAME

TELEPHONE

ADDRESS

WARWICKSHIRE

Patricia Johnson (case management) Wes Lacey (for hostels) Julie Masters Nav Sahota

01926 405800

2 Swan Street, Warwick CV34 4BJ

WEST MERCIA WEST MIDLANDS

01562 748375 0121 248 2672

Stourbank House, 90 Mill Street, Kidderminster, Worcs DY11 6XA 5th Floor, King Edward House, 135a New Street, Birmingham B2 4QJ

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ANNEX B – POLICE FORCE COMMUNITY ORDER LIAISON OFFICERS
Force
Avon & Somerset Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire City of London Cleveland Cumbria Derbyshire Devon & Cornwall Durham Dyfed Powys Dorset Essex Gloucester

Name
Simon Crisp Martin Darlow David Harvey Rebecca Waudby Steve Head Phil Chaffer Ted Thwites Steve Cotterill Jon Higgs Eric Suddes Ian Griffiths David Hall Chris Macintosh Barry Sweeny

Tel Number
01275 816239 01234 842809 01480 422382 01244 615126 0207 6012302 (01642) 303181 01768 217653 01773 572961 01392 452897 0191 375 2770 01267 226371 01305 223797 01245 457143 01242 276050

E-mail Address
Simon.crisp@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk Martin.darlow@bedfordshire.pnn.police.uk David.Harvey@cambs.pnn.police.uk rebecca.waudby@cheshire.police.pnn.uk Steve.head@city-of-london.pnn.police.uk Phil.Chaffer@cleveland.pnn.police.uk Ted.thwaites@cumbria.pnn.police.uk Steve.cotterill@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk Jon.higgs@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk Eric.suddes@durham.pnn.police.uk Ian.griffiths@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk . David.hall@dorset.pnn.police.uk Chris.macintosh@essex.pnn.police.uk barry.sweeny@Gloucestershire.Police.uk

Court Breach Central Fax
01275 816890 01234 842006 01480 426071 01244 612269 0207 601 2125 01642-301115 01768 217199 01773 573759 01392 452481 01325 742160 01267 226128 01202 223986 01245 452259 01452 754124.

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Greater Manchester Police Gwent Hampshire Hertfordshire Humberside Kent Lancashire Lincolnshire Leicestershire Merseyside Met Norfolk North Wales Northants Northumbria

Name
Alan Wilson DS Roger Morgan Linda Dawson Jim Binyon Zoe Grant Michelle Shepherd Ian Billsborough DS John Ginty Rob Nixon Tba Sandra Starling Paul Hurren Rhian Allen Gill Bradbury Martin Berry

Tel Number
0161 856 2939 01633 642279 01962 871399 01442 271147 01482) 220247 01622 652527 01772 412454 01522 558113 01162482292 Tba 0207 297 8583 01953 424242 01745 880182 01604 888456
0191 454 7555

E-mail Address
Alan.wilson@gmp.police.uk Roger.J.Morgan@gwent.pnn.police.uk Linda.dawson@hampshire.pnn.police.uk James.binyon@herts.pnn.police.uk Zoe.grant@humberside.pnn.police.uk michelle shepherd@kent.pnn.police.uk Ian.billsborough@lancashire.pnn.police.uk John.ginty@lincs.pnn.police.uk rob.nixon@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk Tba Sandra.starling3@met.police.uk hurrenp@norfolk.pnn.police.uk rhian.allen@north-wales.police.uk Gill.Bradbury@northants.pnn.police.uk martin.berry.3986@northumbria.pnn.police.uk

Court Breach Central Fax
Protocol in force 01633 642410 01962 874201 01707 354400 01482 578461 01622 65 4109. 01772 410732 01522 558686 01162 482427 0151 777 8140 0207 2302133. 01953 424299 01745 859614 01604 703028 01915635788)

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North Yorkshire Nottinghamshire Staffordshire South Wales South Yorks Suffolk Surrey Sussex Thames Valley Warwickshire West Midlands West Yorkshire Wiltshire West Mercia

Name
Jon Read Paul Faint Paul Gallagher Tba David Charles Debbie Griffiths Scott Salmon Peter Coll Mark Weston Graham Moreton Dave Murcott Tim Redhead Ian Miller Jon Marsden

Tel Number
01609 789164 0115 967 2703 01785 232280 Tba 0114 2523784 01473 613807 07967 988301 01273) 404373 01865-855720 01926 415000 (ext 4083) 0845 1135000 ext 2680 01924 821405 01380 734040 01905 331612

E-mail Address
Jon.read@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk Paul.faint@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk paul.gallagher@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk tba David.charles@southyorks.pnn.police.uk Debbie.griffiths@suffolk.pnn.police.uk Salmon2473@surrey.pnn.police.uk Peter.Coll@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mark.Weston@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk Graham.moreton@warickshire.police.uk d.murcott@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk Tr68@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk ian.miller@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk jon.marsden@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

Court Breach Central Fax
01609 768013 0115 967 2109 01785 238717 01656 869419 0114 2196720 01473 610875 01483 482658 01273 404040 01865 846160 01926 415757 Criminal Justice fax 0121 428 6230 01924 293999 01380 733429 01905 331805

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ANNEX C – CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE AREA OFFICES
Area Avon & Somerset Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire London Cleveland Cumbria Derbyshire Devon & Cornwall Dorset Durham Dyfed Powys Essex Gloucestershire Greater Manchester Chief Crown Prosecutor David Archer Richard Newcombe Richard Crowley Barry Hughes Dru Sharpling Martin Goldman Davis Farmer Brian Gunn Andrew Cresswell John Revell Portia Ragnauth Simon Rowlands John Bell Roger Coe-Salazar John Holt Address 2nd Floor, Froomsgate House, Rupert Street, Bristol BS1 2QJ Sceptre House, 7 - 9 Castle Street, Luton, Beds LU1 3AJ Justinian House, Spitfire Close, Ermine Business Park, Huntingdon, Cambs PE29 6XY 2nd floor, Windsor House, Pepper Street, Chester CH1 1TD 7th Floor, 50 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7EX 5 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, Cleveland TS1 1TX 1st floor, Stocklund House, Castle Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8SY 7th floor, St Peter’s House, Gower Street, Derby DE1 1SB Hawkins House, Pynes Hill, Rydon Lane, Exeter, Devon EX2 5SS 1st floor, Oxford House, Oxford Road, Bournemouth BH8 8HA Elvet House, Hallgarth Street, Durham DH1 3AT Heol Penlanffos, Tanerdy, Carmarthen, Dyfed, SA31 2EZ County House, 100 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 0RG 2 Kimbrose Way, Gloucester, Glos GL1 2DB P.O. Box 237, 8th floor, Sunlight House, Quay Street, Manchester M60 3PS Telephone 0117 930 2800 01582 816600 01480 825200 01244 408600 020 7796 8000 01642 204500 01228 882900 01332 614000 01392 288000 01202 498700 0191 383 5800 01267 242100 01245 455800 01452 872400 0161 827 4700 Fax 0117 930 2810 01582 816678 01480 825205 01244 408658 020 7796 8540 01642 204503 01228 882910 01332 614009 01392 288008 01202 498701 0191 383 5801 01267 242111 01245 455964 01452 872406 0161 827 4930

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Area Gwent Hampshire Hertfordshire Humberside Kent Lancashire Leicestershire Lincolnshire Norfolk Northamptonshire Northumbria North Wales North Yorkshire Nottinghamshire South Wales South Yorkshire

Chief Crown Prosecutor Christopher Woolley Nick Hawkins Charles Ingham Nigel Cowgill Elizabeth Howe Robert Marshall Martin Howard Alison Kerr Peter Tidey Colin Chapman Nicola Reasbeck Ed Beltrami Robert Turnball Kate Carty Huw Heycock Judith Walker

Address 6th floor, Chartist Tower, Upper Dock Street, Newport NP20 1DW 3rd floor, Black Horse House, 8 - 10 Leigh Road, Eastleigh, Hants SO50 9FH Queen’s House, 58 Victoria Street, St Albans, Herts AL1 3HZ Citadel House, 58 High Street, Kingston upon Hull, HU1 1QD Priory Gate, 29 Union Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1PT Area Secretariat, 1st Floor, Guildhall House, Guildhall St, Preston PR1 3NU Princes Court, 34 York Road, Leicester LE1 5TU Crosstrend House, 10a Newport, Lincoln LN1 3DF Carmelite House, St James Court, Whitefriars, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1SL Beaumont House, Cliftonville, Northampton NN1 5BE St Ann’s Quay, 122 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3BD Bromfield House, Ellice Way, Wrexham LL13 7YW 6th floor, Ryedale Building, 60 Piccadilly, York YO1 1NS 2 King Edward Court, King Edward Street, Nottingham NG1 1EL 20th floor, Capital House, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff CF10 3PL Greenfield House, 32 Scotland Street, Sheffield S3 7DQ

Telephone 01633 261100 023 80673800 01727 798700 01482 621000 01622 356300 01772 272770 0116 204 6700 01522 585900 01603 693000 01604 823600 0191 260 4200 01978 346000 01904 731700 0115 852 3300 029 2080 3900 0114 229 8600

Fax 01633 261106 023 80673854 01727 798795 01482 621002 01622 356370 01772 272777 0116 204 6799 01522 585959 01603 693001 01604 823651 0191 260 4241 01978 346001 01904 731764 0115 852 3314 029 2080 3930 0114 229 8607

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Area Staffordshire Suffolk Surrey Sussex Thames Valley Warwickshire West Mercia West Midlands West Yorkshire Wiltshire

Chief Crown Prosecutor Harry Ireland Chris Yule Sandie Hebblethwaite Sarah Jane Gallagher Baljit Ubhey Mark Lynn Jim England David Blundell Neil Franklin Karen Harrold

Address 11a Princes Street, Stafford ST16 2EU St Vincent's House, 9th Floor, 1 Cutler Street, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 1UL 3 Onslow Street, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4UA City Gates, 185 Dyke Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 1TL The Courtyard, Lombard Street, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 5SE Rossmore House, 10 Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwicks CV32 4EA Artillery House, Heritage Way, Droitwich, Worcester WR9 8YB 14th floor, Colmore Gate, 2 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2QA Oxford House, Oxford Row, Leeds LS1 3BE Fox Talbot House, Bellinger Close, Malmesbury Road, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1BN

Telephone 01785 272200 01473 282100 01483 468200 01273 765600 01235 551900 01926 455000 01905 825000 0121 262 1300 0113 290 2700 01249 766100

Fax 01785 272299 01473 282101 01483 468202 01273 765605 01235 551901 01926 455003 01905 825103 0121 262 1500 0113 290 2707 01249 766101

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ANNEX D – COURT SERVICE HEADQUARTERS
NAME Sir Ron De Witt AREA DIRECTOR FOR Chief Executive LOCATION Room 8.21, 8th Floor, Selbourne House 54-60 Victoria Street London SW1E 6QW TELEPHONE MOBILE Dave Foley 020 7210 8028 Wendy Abadi 020 7210 8029 Celia Tripp 020 7210 8021 FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS 020 7210 1459 PA DETAILS

London Nicola Bastin

Linda Lennon

Dave Ryan CBE

Regional Director for London Thomas Moore Building, Room TM8:04 Royal Courts of Justice Strand London WC2A 2LL Area Director, London Civil Room 11.07 Thomas More Building, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL Area Director, London Central Criminal Court, Old Criminal Bailey, 4th Floor, Group Manager's Office, London, EC4M 7EH Area Director, London Family Area Director, North East London 4th Floor, New Cavendish House 18 Maltravers St. London WC2R 3EU Thames Magistrates Court 58 Bow Road E3 4DJ

Nicola.bastin@dca.gsi.go Jacqueline v.uk Whitmore 020 7947 6072 Jacqueline.whitmore @dca.gsi.gov.uk 020 7947 7832 077 7066 6789 020 7947 linda.lennon@courtservi Nadine Abbott ce.gsi.gov.uk 020 7947 7832 7841 nadine.abbott@cour tservice.gsi.gov.uk 020 7248 3277 07760 171273 0207 489 dave.ryan@courtservice. Maria Walsh x 2023 1812 gsi.gov.uk 020 7248 3277 Ext 254 Maria.walsh@court service.gsi.gov.uk 020 7073 4874 07887 635509 0207 947 sheridan.greenland@dca. Maya Sooben 7230 gsi.gov.uk 020 7073 4874 maya.sooben@dca.g si.gov.uk 020 8271 1531 sandra.aston@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk

Sheridan Greenland Sandra Aston

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NAME Clare Sumner

AREA DIRECTOR FOR Director, London Performance & Communications

LOCATION 4th Floor, 18 Maltravers St. London WC2R 3EU

Bertie Pinchera Area Director, South East (Mr A A Pinchera) Rachel Cerfontyne Area Director, North West

Danny Sullivan

Area Director, South West

TELEPHONE MOBILE FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS PA DETAILS 020 7 073 4874 0790 992 7971 0207 947 clare.sumner@dca.gsi.go Maya Sooben 7230 v.uk 020 7073 4874 maya.sooben@dca.g si.gov.uk Bromley Magistrates' Court 020 8325 9900 020 8272 Bertie.pinchera@glmca. Angela Reilly 1 London Road 9111 mcs.gsi.gov.uk 020 8272 9120 Bromley Angela.reilly@glmc BR1 1RA a.mcs.gsi.gov.uk Brent Magistrates' Court 020 8955 0600 020 8955 Rachel.cerfontyne@glmc Caroline Burke 448 High Road 0530 a.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 020 8955 0600 London Caroline.Burke@gl NW10 2DZ mca.mcs.gsi.gov.uk GLMCA SW Regional Office 020 8879 9054 020 8879 Danny.sullivan@glmca. Natalya O'Prey Wimbleton Magistrates' Court 9045 mcs.gsi.gov.uk 020 8879 9054 Alexander Road natalya.o'prey@glm London SW19 7JP ca.mcs.gsi.gov.uk Thomas Moore Building, Room TM8:05, Royal Courts of Justice, Srtand, London WC2A 2LL 1st Floor, Steeple House Church Lane Chelmsford Essex CM1 1NH 020 7947 6643 kevin.pogson@courtservi Lesley Evans ce.gsi.gov.uk 020 7947 6643 Lesley.evans@court service.gsi.gov.uk 012 4528 7974 078 5035 4570 012 4549 mike.littlewood@courtse Sandra Glenister 1676 rvice.gsi.gov.uk 012 4528 7974 sandra.glenister@co urtservice.gsi.gov.u k 017 3222 1802 017 3222 stephen.savage@kent.mc Nicki Roy 1810 s.gsi.gov.uk 017 3222 1802 nicki.roy@kent.mcs .gsi.gov.uk 012 8435 john.rodley@suffolkmcc. Diane Bruce 2345 mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 8435 23 00 diane.bruce@suffol

South East Kevin Pogson

Regional Director for the South East Area Director, Essex

Mike Littlewood OBE

Stephen Savage

Area Director, Kent

John Rodley

Area Director, Suffolk

Justices' Chief Executive's Office 5 Police Station Road West Malling Kent ME19 6PP The Magistrates' Court, Shire 012 8435 2300 Hall, Bury St. Edmunds

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NAME Simon Townley

AREA DIRECTOR FOR Area Director, Surrey

David Weston

Area Director, Sussex

LOCATION Suffolk IP33 1HF Court House London Road Dorking Surrey RH4 1SX Justices' Chief Executive's Office The Court House Friars Walk Lewes East Sussex BN7 2PG

TELEPHONE MOBILE

Stephen Fash

Pat Lloyd

Jonathan Lane

2nd Floor 7 George Street Luton Bedfordshire LU1 2AA Area Director, 1st Floor, The Town Hall, Cambridgeshire Market Hill Huntingdon PE29 3PJ Area Director, Hertfordshire Justices' Chief Executives' Office The Register Office Block County Hall Hertford SG13 8DF Area Director, Norfolk

Area Director, Bedfordshire

PA DETAILS kmcc.mcs.gsi.gov.u k 013 0688 5544 077 7197 2731 013 0687 simon.townley@surreym Judith McKay 7447 cc.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 013 0688 5544 judith.mckay@surre ymcc.mcs.gsi.gov.u k 012 7340 9160 077 7444 4980 012 7340 dave.weston@sussex.mc Lucy Davies (Mon, 9161 s.gsi.gov.uk Tues), Alison Shepherd (Wed Fri) 012 7340 9185 lucy.davies@sussex. mcs.gsi.gov.uk alison.shepherd@su ssex.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 015 8252 2086 077 4777 6647 015 8252 stephen.fash@dca.gsi.go Louise Stafford 2081 v.uk 01234 319 004 louise.stafford@bed s.mcs.gsi.gov.uk , 014 8041 5024 079 4783 2890 014 8041 pat.lloyd@cambs.mcs.gsi Julia Lewing 4499 .gov.uk 014 8041 5024 Julia.Lewing@camb s.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 019 9255 6544 019 9255 jonathan.lane@herts.mcs. Christine Walker 6535 gsi.gov.uk 019 9255 6544 christine.walker@he rts.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

FAX

E-MAIL ADDRESS

Pauline Cornford

First Floor, The Court House, 018 4275 7302 078 3489 9972 018 4276 pauline.cornford@dca.gs Barbara Long Old Bury Road 3084 i.gov.uk - also use 018 4275 7302 Thetford paulineaeurope@aol.com barbara.long@norfo

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AREA DIRECTOR FOR

LOCATION Norfolk IP24 3AQ

TELEPHONE MOBILE

FAX

E-MAIL ADDRESS

PA DETAILS lk.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

Peter Hammersley Area Director, Thames Valley Justices' Chief Executive's 018 6985 3100 Office Waverley House Queens Avenue Bicester Oxon. OX26 2NZ Midlands Alan Eccles Regional Director for the PO Box 11772 Midlands 6th Floor Temple Court 35 Bull Street Birmingham B4 6WF Alan Phillips Area Director, 11th Floor Market Square 011 5911 1666 Nottinghamshire House St, James's Street Nottingham NG1 6JH David Bennett Area Director, Staffordshire 1st Floor Stafford Combined 017 8561 0800 Court Victoria Square Stafford ST16 2QQ Kelvin Launchbury Area Director, Warwickshire 2nd Floor, Combined Court Centre Northgate Southside Warwick CV34 4RP Area Director, West Mercia West Mercia Magistrates' Courts Service PO Box 2676 Comberton Place Kidderminster Worcs. DY10 1WE

018 6985 peter.hammersley@tv.mc Liz Morgan 3112 s.gsi.gov.uk 018 6985 3100 liz.morgan@tv.mcs. gsi.gov.uk Alan.eccles@wm.mcs.gsi Jean Connolly .gov.uk Jean.Connolly@wm .mcs.gsi.gov.uk 011 5911 alan.phillips@courtservic Jennifer Hardy e.gsi.gov.uk 011 5911 1666 1667 jennifer.hardy@cou rtservice.gsi.gov.uk

Judith CashmoreJames

017 8524 dave.bennett@courtservi Vicci Mckenzie 1643 ce.gsi.gov.uk 017 8561 0800 vicci.mckenzie@co urtservice.gsi.gov.u k 019 2649 5996 079 1960 1326 019 2641 kelvin.launchbury@dca.g Linda Callandar 1855 si.gov.uk 019 2649 5996 linda.callandar@wa rwickshire.mcs.gsi.g ov.uk 015 6251 4019 079 7636 6883 015 6251 j.cashmoreCatherine Allsopp 4009 james@wmercia.mcs.gsi. 015 6251 4019 gov.uk catherine.allsopp@ wmercia.mcs.gsi.go v.uk

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NAME Linda Mayhew

AREA DIRECTOR FOR Area Director, Derbyshire

LOCATION Derbyshire MCS The Court House Tapton Lane Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 7TW

TELEPHONE MOBILE FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS 012 4624 6502 079 4658 9853 012 4624 linda.mayhew@derbyshir or 6510 e.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 011 3245 9611 (

PA DETAILS Joyce Jones 012 4624 6502 joyce.jones@derbys hire.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

Mark Swales

Area Director, Leicestershire Leicestershire Magistrates Courts Secretarial Unit Upper Bond Street Hinckley Leicestershire LE10 1NZ Richard Redgrave Area Director, Lincolnshire Lincolnshire Magistrates Courts Service 2nd Floor 15 Newland Lincoln LN1 1XG Robin Lovell Area Director, Northampton Magistrates Northamptonshire Court Regent's Pavilion Summerhouse Road Moulton Park Northampton NN3 6BJ Lin Hinnigan Area Director, West 6th Floor,Temple Court Midlands 35 Bull Street Birmingham B4 6WF North East Stephen Caven

014 5562 3030 079 1708 6967 014 5562 mark.swales1@leics.mcs. Margaret Pate 3040 gsi.gov.uk 014 5562 3042 margaret.pate@leics .mcs.gsi.gov.uk 015 2251 4200 077 9969 5885 015 2251 richard.redgrave@lincoln Linda Pett 2633 shire.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 015 2251 4200 linda.pett@lincolns hire.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 016 0449 7026 078 7647 6971 016 0449 robin.lovell@northants.m Pat Ray 7010 cs.gsi.gov.uk 016 0449 7026 pat.ray@northants. mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 1681 3221 077 3903 7038 012 1250 lin.hinnigan@dca.gsi.gov Karen Scambler 6166 .uk 012 1681 3226 012 1681 3060 Karen.Scambler@c ourtservice.gsi.gov. uk Stephen.caven@courtser Cathy Crosland vice.gsi.gov.uk 011 3251 1242 cathy.crossland@dc a.gsi.gov.uk

Regional Director for the North East

18th Floor West Riding House Albion Street Leeds LS1 5AA

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AREA DIRECTOR FOR Area Director, Cleveland

Dyfed Foulkes

Area Director, Humberside

LOCATION Cleveland Magistrates' Court PO Box 275 Middlesbrough Cleveland TS1 2XE Hull Combined Court, Lowgate Hull, HU1 2EZ C/-Tyne Tees Group Managers' Office 3rd Floor, Merchant House, 30 Cloth Market Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 1EE Central Management Unit The Court House Church Hill Easingwold York YO61 3JX Sheffield Combined Court Centre Family Hearing Centre 48 West Bar Sheffield S3 8PH West Yorkshire MCS 1st floor, Colbeck House Bradford Road Birstall Batley WF17 9NR Durham Magistrates Courts

TELEPHONE MOBILE 016 4226 1611

FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS PA DETAILS 016 4221 colin.monson@cleveland Linda Hannon 0554 .mcs.gsi.gov.uk 016 4226 1611 linda.hannon@cleve land.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 014 8261 dyfed.foulkes@hmcc.mc Michelle Leahair 8867 s.gsi.gov.uk 014 8238 4725 Michelle.leahair@h mcc.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 019 1232 sheila.proudlock@courts Anne Bulmer 6784 ervice.gsi.gov.uk 019 1232 8654 anne.bulmer@court service.gsi.gov.uk 013 4782 paul.bradley@ny.mcs.gsi Tracey Ahmed/ 3776 .gov.uk Kathy Whiteley (job share), 013 4782 1776 ny-jcesecretaries@ny.mcs. gsi.gov.uk 011 4201 sharon.greenhough@cou Sue Roberts 1150 rtservice.gsi.gov.uk 011 42 01 1140 Sue.roberts@courts ervice.gsi.gov.uk

014 8262 1112 or 014 8261 8861 019 1232 8654

Sheila Proudlock

Area Director, Northumbria

Paul Bradley

Area Director, North Yorkshire

013 4782 1776

Sharon Greenhough

Area Director, South Yorkshire

011 4201 1141

Patrick Traynor

Area Director, West Yorkshire

David Keane

Area Director, Durham

019 2442 4030 078 6041 8719 019 2442 patrick.traynor@wy.mcs. Brenda James 7910 gsi.gov.uk 019 2442 7905 Confidenti brenda.james@wy. al fax: 019 mcs.gsi.gov.uk 2442 7912 019 1384 4455 019 1232 david.keane@durham.mc Lynn Briggs

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AREA DIRECTOR FOR

LOCATION P.O. Box 168 Old Elvet Durham DH1 3FE

TELEPHONE MOBILE

FAX 6784

E-MAIL ADDRESS s.gsi.gov.uk

PA DETAILS 019 1384 4455 lynn.briggs@durha m.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

North West Christine (Chris) Mayer

Regional Director for the North West

Simon Evans

Area Director, Cumbria

Richard Knott

Area Director, Greater Manchester

Northern Circuit Administrator’s Office 15 Quay Street Manchester M60 9FD Cumbria Magistrates' Courts 012 2855 2920 078 0278 1777 Service Ground Floor, 24-26 Portland Square Carlisle Cumbria CA1 1PE Area Directors' Office 016 1833 077 9958 1488 4th Floor, 15 Quay Street 1004/5 ext320 Manchester M60 9FD Area Directors' Office The Sessions House Lancaster Road Preston Lancs PR 1 2PD First Floor, Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts Derby Square Liverpool L2 1XA Circuit Administrator 2nd Floor, Churchill House Churchill Way Cardiff CF10 2HH

Chris.mayer@courtservic Julia Clayton e.gsi.gov.uk 0161 833 1004 ext 249 jukie.clayton@court service.gsi.gov.uk 012 2844 simon.evans@cumbria.m Mandy Sanderson 2929 cs.gsi.gov.uk 012 2855 2920 mandy.sanderson@ cumbria.mcs.gsi.gov .uk

Gill Hague

Area Director, Lancashire

016 1832 richard.knott@courtservi Lynn Miles 8596 ce.gsi.gov.uk 016 1833 1994/5 Ext295 lynn.miles@courtse rvice.gsi.gov.uk 017 7282 1451 077 8856 5482 017 7288 gill.hague@courtservice. Sue Just 4767 gsi.gov.uk 0127 7282 1451 sue.just@courtservi ce.gsi.gov.uk

Shaun McNally

Area Director, Merseyside

015 1330 9605 077 8612 6661 015 1236 shaun.mcnally@courtser Jayne Jones 5180 vice.gsi.gov.uk 015 1330 9605 jayne.jones@courts ervice.gsi.gov.uk Nick.chibnall@courtservi Donna Mulhern ce.gsi.gov.uk 029 2041 5505

Wales and Cheshire Nick Chibnall Regional Director for Wales

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AREA DIRECTOR FOR Area Director, Cheshire

Alan Davies

Luigi Strinati

LOCATION Area Directors Office PWB House Middlewich Road Sandbach Cheshire CW11 1HY Area Director, South Wales Area Directors Office 47 Charles Street Cardiff CF10 2GD Area Director, Dyfed Powys 4/5 Quay Street Carmarthen SA31 3JT 4th Floor Gwent House Gwent Square Cwmbran NP44 1PL Gwent 16 Ebberstone Road West Rhos on Sea LL28 4AP North Wales 5th Floor, Greyfriars Lewins Mead Bristol BS1 2NR

Howard Matthews Area Director, Gwent

TELEPHONE MOBILE FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS PA DETAILS 012 7075 7950 078 5001 2918 012 7076 julia.eeles@cheshiremcc. Sharon Lawler 0694 mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 7075 7958 sharon.lawler@ches hiremcc.mcs.gsi.gov .uk 029 2030 0257 077 7557 6598 029 2030 alan.davies1@southwales Debra Pass 0240 .mcs.gsi.gov.uk 029 2030 0257 debra.pass@southw ales.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 6722 1658 077 9566 6116 012 6 22 luigi.strinati@dpmcc.mcs Edwina Jones 1812 .gsi.gov.uk 012 6722 1658 edwina.jones@dpm cc.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 016 3364 5000 016 3364 howard.matthews@gwen Sue Preston 5015 t.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 016 3364 5002 susan.preston@gwe nt.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 014 9254 2024 077 9864 1981 014 9254 clare.pillman@nwmcc.m Denise Lloyd 1661 cs.gsi.gov.uk 014 9254 2028 denise.lloyd@nwmc c.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

Clare Pillman

Area Director, North Wales

South West Peter Risk

Regional Director for the South West

Rod White

Area Director, Avon & Somerset

Peter.risk@courtservice. Andrea Wilkinson gsi.gov.uk 011 7910 3635 Andea.Wilkinson@ courtservice.gsi.gov. uk Bridgwater Magistrates Court 012 7872 0044 077 6960 2542 012 7872 rod.white@avonsom.mcs Shirley Mould The Court House 0034 .gsi.gov.uk 013 9241 5510 Northgate shirley.mould2@co Bridgwater urtservice.gsi.gov.u Somerset TA6 3YL k

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AREA DIRECTOR FOR Area Director, Devon & Cornwall Area Director, Dorset

Rod Brummitt

LOCATION Exeter Crown & County Court Southernhay Gardens Exeter EX1 1UH The Law Courts Park Road Dorset BH15 2RH

Martin Speller

Norman Jeffery

Stephen Williamson

2nd Floor Southgate House, Southgate Street Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL1 1UB Area Director, Wiltshire Swindon Combined Court The Law Courts Islington Street Swindon Wiltshire SN1 2HG Area Director, Hampshire & The Court House IoW Elmleigh Road Havant Hampshire PO9 2AL

Area Director, Gloucestershire

TELEPHONE MOBILE FAX E-MAIL ADDRESS PA DETAILS 013 9241 5500 077 7060 7689 013 9241 david.gentry@courtservi Jane Whitehead 5606 ce.gsi.gov.uk 015 7932 5350 jane.whitehead@dc mcc.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 0271 1810 079 7678 5499 013 0576 rod.brummitt@dorsetmcc Sue Gunovsky 1418 .mcs.gsi.gov.uk 012 0271 1858 sue.gunovsky@dors etmcc.mcs.gsi.gov.u k 014 5242 0100 077 8551 0192 014 5283 martin.speller1@glos.mc Lisa Dewing 3557 s.gsi.gov.uk 014 5242 0151 lisa.dewing:glos.mc s.gsi.gov.uk 017 9369 0570 077 7197 1806 017 9369 norman.jeffery@courtser Claire Newton 0575 vice.gsi.gov.uk 017 9369 0573 claire.newton@cour tservice.gsi.gov.uk 023 9249 2024 077 4746 0446 023 9247 stephen.williamson@hio Charlotte Rodie (Switchboard) 5356 w.mcs.gsi.gov.uk 023 9244 0031 023 9244 0030 charlotte.rodie@hio (Direct Line) w.mcs.gsi.gov.uk

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ANNEX E – ELECTRONIC MONITORING SUPPLIERS GROUP 4 SECURICOR
HQ and Control Centre Address: Group4Securicor PO Box 170 Urmston Manchester M41 7XZ Control Centre Numbers: Subjects Only: Agency Enquiries: Fax number: 0800 137 291 0161 862 1207 0161 749 8358 (General requests for info)

Licensing & Processing Numbers: Group Tel: Fax number: HQ Numbers: Main switchboard: Fax Number: 0161 862 1000 0161 749 9022 0161 862 1730 0161 876 5331 (Receipt of all curfew notifications)

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PREMIER MONITORING SERVICES LIMITED Monitoring Centre Manager Premier Monitoring Services Limited PO Box 45 Norwich NR3 1BF Fax numbers for transmission of new orders, licences, variations etc; West Midlands & Wales London & Eastern Control Centre Free Phone West Midlands & Wales London & East Anglia Tel 08080 152369 Tel 08080 965124 Fax 08700 700321 Fax 08700 700321

Breach / Enforcement

Tel 01603 428390

Field Operational Bases:

Birmingham Shrewsbury Cardiff Newmarket South London North London

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Role Head of Electronic Monitoring Team: Service Manager: Policy Manager: Service Delivery Manager (Premier): Service Delivery Manager (Securicor): Equipment Manager: Finance Manager: Name James Toon TBA Barry Snelgrove TBA TBA Morna Simpson Joe Stanton 0141 337 2452 020 7217 8407 Morna.simpson@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk Joe.Stanton2@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk 020 7217 8978 Barry.snelgrove@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk Telephone 020 7217 8388 Email James.toon@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

Room 318/9 Horseferry House Dean Ryle Street London SW1P 2AW Fax: 0207 217 8198

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ANNEX G – YOUTH OFFENDING TEAM CONTACTS Youth Offending Team Managers
YOUTH OFFENDING TEAM REGION CONTACT NAME TELEPHONE FAX NUMBER ADDRESS EMAIL ADDRESS

Derby

East Midlands

Des Morrison

01332 256916

01332 256830

2nd Floor, St. Peter's House, Gower Street, Derby, DE1 9BR County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG Eagle House, 11 Friar Lane, Leicester, LE1 5RB County Hall, Glenfield, , Leicestershire, LE3 8RA Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln, LN5 7JN 53 Billing Road, Northampton, NN1 5DB 2 Isabella Street, Nottingham, NG1 6AT 15 West Hill Avenue, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 1PQ Bedfordshire County Council, County Hall, Cauldwell Street, Bedford, MK40 1DX

des.morrison@derby.gov.uk

Derbyshire Leicester Leicestershire Lincolnshire

East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands

Bob Smith Mary Campagnac Wendy Poynton John Simkins

01629 580000 0116 299 5830 0116 265 6780 01522 554556

01629 585150 0116 233 6003 0116 265 6880 01522 554558

bob.smith@derbyshire.gov.uk campm003@leicester.gov.uk WPoynton@leics.gov.uk john.simkins@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Northamptonshire Nottingham Nottinghamshire

East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands

Sandy Pragnell Ken Beaumont Karl Phillips

01604 602400 0115 915 9400 01623 476600

01604 639231 0115 915 9401 01623 476602

spragnell@northamptonshire.gov.uk ken.beaumont@nottinghamcity.gov.uk karl.phillips@nottscc.gov.uk

Bedfordshire

Eastern

Sue Corbett

01234 228017

01234 408387

sue.corbett@bedscc.gov.uk

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TELEPHONE

FAX NUMBER

ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Cambridgeshire

Eastern

Tom Jefford

01223 718223

01223 718226

Unit 100, Rustat House, Clifton Road, Cambridgeshire, CB1 7EG Suite 3, Empire House, Victoria Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1PE County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford, SG13 8DP 16 Rothesay Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 1PP 45 Netherwood Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 2JF 13-15 Cavell Court, Lincoln Road, Peterborough, PE1 2RJ Civic Centre, Baryta House, 29 Victoria Avenue, Southend-onSea, SS2 6ER 8 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2BX Five Wells, West Street, Grays, Essex, RM17 6XR Bridge House, 150 London Road, Barking, Essex, IG11 8BB Colinhurst House, 168 Station Road, London, NW4 3SP

tom.jefford@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Essex

Eastern

Julia Hennessey

01245 265151

01245 346396

Julia.Hennessy.yot@essexcc.gov.uk

Hertfordshire Luton Norfolk Peterborough Southend-on-Sea

Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern

Tom Rees Anita Briddon Sue Massey Bob Footer Carol Compton

01992 556337 01582 547900 01603 223617 01733 746540 01702 608500

01992 556725 01582 547901 01603 223590 01733 746550 01702 335788

tom.rees@hertscc.gov.uk briddona@luton.gov.uk sue.massey.yot@norfolk.gov.uk bob.footer@peterborough.gov.uk carolcompton@southend.gov.uk

Suffolk Thurrock Barking and Dagenham Barnet

Eastern Eastern London

Allister Hart Peter Kay Geeta Subramaniam Kate Malleson

01473 265181/26517 8 01375 413900 020 8227 3998 020 8359 5535

01473 216889 01375 413 901 020 8227 3690

allister.hart@yots.suffolkcc.gov.uk pkay@thurrock.gov.uk Geeta.Subramaniam@lbbd.gov.uk

London

020 8359 5530

kate.malleson@barnet.gov.uk

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ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Bexley Brent Bromley

London London London

David Horne Peter Sutlieff Jeremy Shatford

020 8284 5555 020 8459 9151 020 8284 8991/8976 020 7974 6762 020 8404 5800 020 8993 9555 020 8345 5557 020 8859 4492 020 8859 4492 020 8533 7070 020 8753 6200/1

020 8284 5560 020 8961 5181 020 8284 8968

2 Nuxley Road, Belvedere, Kent, DA17 5JF 1 Craven Park, London, NW10 8SX Beckenham Police Station, 45 High Street, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 1AW Social Services, 115 Wellesley Road, London, NW5 4PA 14 Whitehorse Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 2JA 2 Cheltenham Place, London, W3 8JS St Georges Chambers, 23 South Mall, 2nd Floor, London, N9 0TT Greenwich Young People's Support Centre, Newhaven Gardens, , London, SE9 6HQ Greenwich Young People's Support Centre, Newhaven Gardens, London, SE9 6HQ 55 Daubeney Road, London, E5 0EE Cobbs Hall, Fulham Palace Road, , London, SW6 6LL

david.horne@bexley.gov.uk peter.sutlieff@brent.gov.uk jeremy.shatford@bromley.gov.uk

Camden Croydon Ealing Enfield

London London London London

Ronke Martins Ray Maguire Horace CarterAllen Keith Napthine

020 7974 1196 020 8404 5810 020 8993 6292 020 8345 6954

ronke.martins@camden.gov.uk ray.maguire@croydon.gov.uk carterallenh@ealing.gov.uk Keith.Napthine@enfield.gov.uk

Greenwich Greenwich

London London

Kevin Wood Betty McDonald

020 8859 2706 020 8859 2706

kevin.wood@greenwich.gov.uk betty.mcdonald@greenwich.gov.uk

Hackney Hammersmith and Fulham

London London

Ray Preston Larry Wright

020 8986 7446 020 8753 6242

ray.preston@hackney.gov.uk larry.wright@lbhf.gov.uk

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TELEPHONE

FAX NUMBER

ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Haringey Harrow Havering

London London London

Shelley Greene Richard Segalov David Stonehouse

020 8489 1508 020 8901 4455 01708 436220

020 8489 1588 020 8901 4466 01708 436222

2-6 Middle Lane, Hornsey, London, N8 8PL 13 St. Johns Road, Harrow, Middlesex, , HA1 2EE Portman House, 16-20 Victoria Road, Romford, Essex, RM1 2JH Darren House, 65 High Street, Uxbridge, UB8 1JP Redlees Centre, Worton Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 7EF 27 Dingley Place, London, EC1V 8BR 36c Oxford Gardens, London, W10 5UQ Eagle Chambers, 18 Eden Street, Kingston, Surrey, KT1 1BB 1 - 9 Acre Lane, London, SW2 5SD 23 Mercia Grove, Lewisham, London, SE13 6BJ 1st Floor, Athena House, 8688 London Road, Morden,

Shelley.Greene@haringey.gov.uk richard.segalov@harrow.gov.uk david.stonehouse@havering.gov.uk

Hillingdon Hounslow

London London

Lynn Hawes Christine Pangbourne Sally Gran Tim O'Neill Kathy Walker

01895 812279 020 8583 6363 020 7527 7050 020 7598 4700 020 8547 6920 020 7926 2644 020 8314 7474 020 8274 4949

01895 812281 020 8847 9418

lhawes@hillingdon.gov.uk christine.pangbourne@hounslow.gov.u k sally.gran@islington.gov.uk tim.o'neill@rbkc.gov.uk kathyw@rbk.kingston.gov.uk

Islington Kensington and Chelsea Kingston-uponThames Lambeth Lewisham Merton

London London London

020 7527 7066 020 7598 4715 020 8547 6959

London London London

Toni Young Ann McDermott Chris Giles

020 7926 2639 020 8314 3177 020 8540 5829

tyoung@lambeth.gov.uk Ann.McDermott@Lewisham.Gov.uk chris.giles@merton.gov.uk

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FAX NUMBER

ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Surrey, SM4 5AZ Newham Redbridge London London Peter Nicholson Kathy Nixon 020 8217 5042 020 8708 7800 020 8943 3353 020 7525 0900 020 8773 6621 020 7364 1144 020 8496 3000 020 8672 7074 020 7641 5308 0191 383 3982 020 8217 5473 020 8708 7802 Stratford Police Station, 18 West Ham Lane, London, E15 4SG Adolescents Resource Centre, Station Road, Barkingside, Ilford, IG6 1NB 65 Strathmore Rd, Teddington, TW11 8UH 1 Bradenham Close, Walworth, London, SE17 2QA 57 Montagu Gardens, Wallington, Sutton, Surrey, SM6 8EP St Mary's Church Hall, Kitcat Terrace, Bow, London, E3 2SA 604 High Road, Leyton, London, E10 6RN 177 Blackshaw Rd, London, SW17 0DJ 6a Crompton Street, London, W2 1ND County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UG peter.nicholson@newham.gov.uk kathy.nixon@redbridge.gov.uk

Richmond-uponThames Southwark Sutton

London London London

Robert Henderson Chris Domeney Patricia Butler

020 8943 3240 020 7525 7876 020 8770 6634

r.henderson@richmond.gov.uk chris.domeney@southwark.gov.uk patricia.butler@sutton.gov.uk

Tower Hamlets and City of London Waltham Forest Wandsworth Westminster County Durham

London

Stuart Johnson

020 8983 9911

stuart.johnson@towerhamlets.gov.uk

London London London North East

John Anthony Guy Masters Eamon Brennan Christina Blythe

020 8496 2165 020 8682 4255 020 7641 5311 0191 383 4362

john.anthony@soc.lbwf.gov.uk gmasters@wandsworth.gov.uk ebrennan@westminster.gov.uk christina.blythe@durham.gov.uk

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ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Darlington Gateshead

North East North East

Rita Taylor Brian Langley

01325 346200 0191 440 0500 01429 523967

01325 346846 0191 440 0501

Central House, Gladstone Street, Darlington, DL3 6JX Former Felling Police Station, Sunderland Road, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE10 9NJ Aneurin Bevan House, 35 Avenue Rd, Hartlepool, TS24 8HD Block D, 4th Floor, Jesmond Quadrant, 3 Archbold Terrace, Sandyford, NE2 1BZ 153 Tynemouth Road, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE30 1ED Chief Executives Department, County Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE63 0YB 2 River Court, Brighouse Road, Riverside Business Park, Middlesbrough, TS2 1RT 30 Commercial Road, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE33 1RW 76 Brunswick Street, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1UU

rita.taylor@darlington.gov.uk BrianLangley@Gateshead.Gov.Uk

Hartlepool

North East

Danny Dunleavy

01429 523971

danny.dunleavy@hartlepool.gov.uk

Newcastle-uponTyne North Tyneside

North East

Rod Stapley

0191 277 7377 0191 200 6001 01670 852225

0191 277 7399

rod.stapley@newcastle.gov.uk

North East

Jen Harrison

0191 200 6009

jen.harrison@northtyneside.gov.uk

Northumberland

North East

Carol Long

01670 533653

CLong@northumberland.gov.uk

South Tees

North East

Colin Wilson

01642 501500

01642 501800

colin_wilson@middlesbrough.gov.uk

South Tyneside

North East

Phil Bennett

0191 427 2850 01642 527597

0191 427 2851

phil.bennett@s-tyneside-mbc.gov.uk

Stockton-on-Tees

North East

Tony Hodgson

01642 527598

tony.hodgson@stockton.gov.uk

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FAX NUMBER

ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

Sunderland

North East

Judith Hay

0191 566 3000/1 01254 299800

0191 553 7381

Lambton House, 145 High Street West, Sunderland, SR1 1UW Bank House, 44 Wellington Street, St. John's, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 8AF Stanley Buildings, 1-3 Caunce Street, Blackpool, FY1 3DN Basement, Le Mans Crescent, Bolton, BL1 1SA Seedfield Resource Centre, Parkinson Street, Bury, BL9 6NY St. Thomas House, Whitby Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6TU 19 Victoria Place, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA1 1EJ Warrington Business Park, Long Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8TQ 10 Derby Street, Prescot, Knowsley, Merseyside, L34 3LG

judith.hay@ssd.sunderland.gov.uk

Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool Bolton Bury

North West

Alyson Hanson

01254 299801

alyson.hanson@blackburn.gov.uk

North West North West North West

Steve Cook Mick Coleman Graham Smyth

01253 478686 01204 331263 0161 253 6862 01244 615500

01253 478687 01204 331258 0161 253 6944

steve.cook@blackpool.gov.uk Mick.Coleman@bolton.gov.uk G.M.Smyth@bury.gov.uk

Cheshire

North West

Phil Lloyd

01244 615501

phil.lloyd@cheshire.gov.uk

Cumbria Halton and Warrington

North West North West

Yvonne Lake Sheena Doyle

01228 607179 01925 418618

01228 601532 01925 411166

yvonne.lake@cumbriacc.gov.uk sheena.doyle@halton.gov.uk

Knowsley

North West

Richard Ford

0151 443 3079

0151 443 3770

richard.ford.dccs@knowsley.gov.uk

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Lancashire

North West

Catherine Witt

01772 532075

01772 532078

Central Management Services, CMS, 2nd Floor, 143/161 Corporation Street, Preston, PR1 2UQ Management Suite, 1st Floor Millenium House, 60 Victoria Street, Liverpool, L1 6JQ Crime and Disorder Group, Room 9030, Townhall Extension, Manchester, M60 2LA Medtia Place, 80 Union Street, Oldham, Lancashire, OL1 1DT Dunsterville House, Manchester Road, Rochdale, OL11 3RB Alexandra House, Borough Road, St. Helens, WA10 3RN 10 -12 Encombe Place, Salford, Manchester, M3 6FJ Police Station, Marsh Lane, Bootle, Merseyside, L20 5HJ 1st Floor, Owl House, 59-61 Great Underbank, Stockport, SK1 1NE

catherine.witt@yot.lancscc.gov.uk

Liverpool

North West

Aileen Shepherd

0151 233 3000 0161 234 4564

0151 233 4496

aileen.shepherd@liverpool.gov.uk

Manchester

North West

Adrian Quinn

0161 234 4914

adrian.quinn@notes.manchester.gov.uk

Oldham Rochdale

North West North West

Allan Broadbent Rodger Massiah

0161 620 9500 01706 643327

0161 621 9501 01706 758909

allanbroadbent@oebgs.org rodger.massiah@rochdale.gov.uk

Saint Helens Salford Sefton Stockport

North West North West North West North West

Alan Critchley Tom Healy Steve Eyre Kate Macdonald

01744 677990 0161 607 1900 0151 285 5127 0161 476 2876

01744 675577 0161 839 9445 0151 285 5129 0161 476 2858

alancritchley@sthelens.gov.uk tom.healy@salford.gov.uk steve.eyre@sefton.gov.uk kate.macdonald@stockport.gov.uk

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Tameside

North West

John Whittle

0161 330 3012 0161 911 8201 01942 776886 0151 670 5900 01344 354300 01273 296169 01296 434624 01323 466633

0161 330 3149

Francis Thompson Drive, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL6 7AJ 4th Floor Arndale House, Chester Road, Stretford, Greater Manchester, M32 9XY 93 Victoria Road, Platt Bridge, Wigan, WN2 5DN 3rd Floor, 76 Hamilton Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 8AX 76 Binfield Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 2AR 22 Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AD Walton House, Walton Street, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP11 1NT Saint Mark's House, 14 Upperton Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 1EP 2nd Floor, Brenchley House, Week Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1RF Family and Adolescent Centre, 67 Balfour Road, Chatham,

john.whittle@tameside.gov.uk

Trafford

North West

Ken McDonald

0161 911 8202

Ken.McDonald@trafford.gov.uk

Wigan Wirral

North West North West

Sharon Bond Steve Pimblett

01942 776856 0151 666 5196

YOT@wiganmbc.gov.uk stevepimblett@wirral.gov.uk

Bracknell Forest Brighton and Hove Buckinghamshire East Sussex

South East South East South East South East

Karen Roberts Nigel Lewis Pauline Camilleri John Hawkins

01344 354310 01273 296170 01296 486321 01323 466634

karen.roberts@BracknellForest.gov.uk nigel.lewis@brighton-hove.gov.uk pcamilleri@buckscc.gov.uk john.hawkins@eastsussexcc.gov.uk

Kent

South East

Glan Hopkin

01622 694773

01622 694909

glan.hopkin@kent.gov.uk

Medway

South East

Ian Sparling

01634 336225

01634 336260

ian.sparling@medway.gov.uk

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Milton Keynes

South East

Lee Westlake

01908 391000

01908 391031

Kent, ME4 6QU Manor Road Centre, Oakwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK2 2JG 43 Westgate, , Oxford, OX1 1PF 34-36 Crown Street, Reading, RG1 2SE Partnership House, Chalvey Park, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 2HT Churchill House, Mayford Green, Woking, Surrey, KT22 8LL 2nd Floor, 85 High Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9AE 20 Mill Lane, Newbury, RG14 5QU County Buildings, East Street, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 6AP Maidenhead Project Centre, Reform Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8BY 3 North Parade Buildings,

lee.westlake@milton-keynes.gov.uk

Oxfordshire Reading & Wokingham Slough

South East South East South East

Mike Simm Phil Hutchins Shelley LaRoseJones Toby Wells

01865 202218 01189 390420 01753 522702

01865 203450 01189 390935 01753 572355

mike.simm@oxfordshire.gov.uk YOT@reading-council.org.uk shelley.larose@slough.gov.uk

Surrey

South East

01483 517000

01483 517007

toby.wells@surreycc.gov.uk

Wessex

South East

Philip Sutton

01962 876100

01962 876109

phil.sutton@hants.gov.uk

West Berkshire West Sussex

South East South East

Davy Pearson Mike Thomas

01635 264800 01903 718739

01635 264801 01903 718740

dapearson@westberks.gov.uk mike.d.thomas@westsussex.gov.uk

Windsor and Maidenhead Bath and North

South East

Trevor Lowe

01628 683280

01628 683282

trevor.lowe@rbwm.gov.uk

South West

Sally Churchyard

01225 396966

01225 396969

sally_churchyard@bathnes.gov.uk

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East Somerset Bournemouth and Poole Bristol Cornwall Devon Dorset

South West South West South West South West South West

Pauline Batstone Paul Burton John Cousins Martin Spragg Clive Hawkins

01202 453939 0117 903 6480 01872 274567 01392 383105 01305 760336

01202 453940 0117 903 6481 01872 242436 01392 384985 01305 761423

Bath, BA1 1NY 5 Hyde Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH10 5JJ Kenham House, Wilder Street, Bristol, BS2 8PD Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2JL Ivybank, 45 St David's Hill, Exeter, EX4 4DN Youth Justice Centre, Southwinds, 11 Cranford Avenue, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 7TL Windsor House, 40 Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1HG 57 Oxford Street, Westonsuper-Mare, North Somerset, BS23 1TR 3rd Floor Midland House, Notte Street, Plymouth, PL1 2EJ 5-7 West End, Street, Somerset, BA16 0LG 48-50 Elm Park, Filton, South Gloucestershire, BS34 7PP

pauline.batstone@bournemouth.gov.uk paul_burton@bristol-city.gov.uk jcousins@cornwall.gov.uk mspragg@devon.gov.uk c.r.hawkins@dorset-cc.gov.uk

Gloucestershire

South West

Phil Kendrick

01452 547540

01452 551114

pkendrick@gloscc.gov.uk

North Somerset

South West

Mike Rees

01275 888360

01275 888361

mike.rees@n-somerset.gov.uk

Plymouth

South West

Steve Moore

01752 306999

01752 306998

steve.moore@plymouth.gov.uk

Somerset South Gloucestershire

South West South West

Marie Edmonds Steve Waters

01458 440820 01454 868558

01458 449100 01454 868560

mfedmonds@somerset.gov.uk Steve.waters@southglos.gov.uk

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Swindon

South West

Karen McKeown

01793 823153

01793 820578

The Limes, 21 Green Road, Upper Stratton, Swindon, SN2 7JA 3rd floor, Commerce House, 97-101 Abbey Road, Torquay, Devon, TQ2 5PJ Court Mills Building, Polebarn Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 7EG Suite 2, Phase 1, Tremains Business Park, Tremains Road, Bridgend, CF31 1PZ Libanus House, 260 High Street, Blackwood, NP12 1YT The Rise, Penhill Road, Cardiff, CF11 9PR 1 Westend, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 3DN 68 Conwy Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7LD 6th Floor, County Hall, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 6ND Menai Office, Beach Road, Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL56 4RQ

kmckeown@swindon.gov.uk

Torbay

South West

Fred Pethard

01803 201655

01803 201721

fred.pethard@torbay.gov.uk

Wiltshire

South West

Ian Langley

01225 781202

01225 719219

ianlangley@wiltshire.gov.uk

Bridgend

Wales

Mal Gay

01656 657243

01656 648213

gaym@bridgend.gov.uk

Caerphilly & Blaenau Gwent Cardiff Carmarthenshire Conwy and Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd & Mon

Wales Wales Wales Wales Wales Wales

Ron Boden Ingrid Masmeyer Richard Summers Nia Elis-Williams Ray Dickson Gareth HughesJones

01495 235623 029 2056 0839 01554 740120 01492 523500 01352 701125 01248 679183

01495 235620 029 2057 8746 01554 740122 01492 523555 01352 702646 01248 679180

bodenr@caerphilly.gov.uk IMasmeyer@cardiff.gov.uk Rsummers@carmarthenshire.gov.uk nia.elis-williams@denbighshire.gov.uk ray.dickson@flintshire.gov.uk Garethhughesjones@gwynedd.gov.uk

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Merthyr Tydfil

Wales

Alan Elmer

01685 724960

01685 359726

The Law Courts, Glebeland Place, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 8BU 25 Market Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 2PD Mamhilad House, Mamhilad Park Estate, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 0YT Cramic Way, Port Talbot, SA13 1RU Helyg Centre, Ringland Circle, Newport, NP19 9PJ Pembrokeshire County Council Customer Services Centre, Argyle Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6HL Unit 2, Fairway Court, Tonteg Road, Treforest Industrial Estate, Pontypridd, CF37 5UA Llwyncelyn Campus, Cocket Road, Cocket, Swansea, SA2 0FJ 91 Salisbury Road, Barry, CF62 6PD Unit 2G, Redwither Tower,

alan.elmer@merthyr.gov.uk

Mid Wales Monmouthshire and Torfaen Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire

Wales Wales

Janet Foster Steve Williams

01686 617670 01495 768300

01686 617681 01495 768368

janetf@powys.gov.uk stevejwilliams@monmouthshire.gov.u k m.goldman@neath-porttalbot.gov.uk andrew.wallsgrove@newport.gov.uk paul.brecknell@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Wales Wales Wales

Mike Goldman Andrew Wallsgrove Paul Brecknell

01639 885050 01633 292900 01437 776036/8

01639 882809 01633 290221 01646 684563

Rhondda Cynon Taff Swansea

Wales

Andrew Gwynn

01443 827300

01443 827301

Andrew.V.Gwynn@rhondda-cynontaff.gov.uk eddie.isles@swansea.gov.uk

Wales

Eddie Isles

01792 522800

01792 522805

Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham

Wales Wales

Jane Hoey Darren Johnson

01446 745820 01978 667333

01446 739549 01978 667305

jehoey@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk darren.johnson@wrexham.gov.uk

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Redwither Business Park, Wrexham, LL13 9XT Birmingham Coventry West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands Graham Fletcher Andy Pepper 0121 464 0600 024 7683 1414 01384 813060 0121 464 0609 024 7683 1400 Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly Hill North, Birmingham, B23 6BQ Ground Floor, Christchurch House, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, CV1 2GY Brindley House, 50 Hall Street, Dudley, West Midlands, DY2 7DT SGS House, Johns Lane, Tipton Road, Tividale, Oldbury, B69 3HX 24 Victoria Road, Wellington, Telford, Shropshire, TF1 1LG Keepers Lodge, Chelmsley Road, Chelmsley Wood, Solihull, West Midlands, B37 7RS Beaconside, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST18 0YW Ringway House, Bryan Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5AJ 104 Essington Road, New Invention, Willenhall, West Graham.Fletcher@birmingham.gov.uk andy.pepper@coventry.gov.uk

Dudley

Mike Galikowski

01384 813270

mike.galikowski@dudley.gov.uk

Sandwell

Colin Hill

0121 557 8804 01952 257477 0121 779 1720

0121 521 0991

colin_hill@sandwell.gov.uk

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Solihull

Willie Goodwillie Shelly Ward

01952 242926 0121 779 1744

willie.goodwillie@telford.gov.uk shellyward@solihull.gov.uk

Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent

West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands

Steve Spenser John Tate

01785 358310 01782 235858

01785 358311 01782 235860

Steve.spencer@staffordshire.gov.uk john.tate@swann.stoke.gov.uk

Walsall

Patrick Jennings

01922 493006

01922 493035

jenningspat@walsall.gov.uk

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Warwickshire

West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire

Diane Johnson

01926 736200

01926 736201

Midlands, WV12 5DT 12 Hamilton Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4LY Beckminster House, Birches Barn Road, Wolverhampton, WV3 7BJ Tolladine Road, Worcester, WR4 9NB Phase 1 and 2, County Way, Barnsley, S70 2DT Bank House, 41 Bank Street, Bradford, BD1 1RD 3 Trinity Place, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2BD Rosemead, May Avenue, Balby, Doncaster, DN4 9AE Council Office, Main Road, Skirlaugh, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU11 5HN Myton Centre, Porter Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, HU1 2RE 2nd Floor, Somerset Buildings, 10 Church Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1DD

dianejohnson@warwickshire.gov.uk

Wolverhampton

Sally Nash

01902 553722

01902 553227

sally.nash@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Worcestershire and Herefordshire Barnsley Bradford Calderdale Doncaster East Riding of Yorkshire Kingston-upon-Hull Kirklees

Andy McConnochie Colin Barnes Paul O'Hara Stephen Toye Mark Summers Darren O'Neill

01905 732200 01226 774977 01274 436060 01422 368279 01302 736119 01482 396623

01905 732221 01226 774968 01274 436061 01422 368483 01302 736103 01482 396622

amcconnochie@whyot.org.uk colinbarnes@barnsley.gov.uk paul.ohara@bradford.gov.uk stephen.toye@calderdale.gov.uk mark.summers@doncaster.gov.uk darren.oneill@eastriding.gov.uk

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Neil Colthup Richard Smith

01482 609991 01484 226263

01482 609983 01484 226938

neil.colthup@hullcc.gov.uk richard.smith@kirklees.gov.uk

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Leeds North East Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Jim Hopkinson Steve Baker

0113 214 5300 01472 325252

0113 214 5299 01472 325242

31 Moor Road, Headingly, Leeds, LS6 4BG 44 Heneage Road, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 9ES 55-57 Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, , DN15 7PE 1 Hawkhill Drive, The Hawkhills, Easingwold, North Yorkshire, YO11 2JN 4-6 Moorgate Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 2EN 7 St Peter's Close, Sheffield, S1 2EJ 5 West Parade, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 1LT City of York Council, 1st Floor , 10-12 George Hudson Street, York, YO1 6LP 2nd Floor, St. Peter's House, Gower Street, Derby, DE1 9BR County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG

jim.hopkinson@leeds.gov.uk stephen.baker@nelincs.gov.uk

Yorkshire

Jayne McGregor

01724 858864

01724 851694

yot@ic24.net

North Yorkshire Rotherham

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Steve Walker Simon Perry

01347 823177 01709 516999

01347 824509 01709 836584

steve.walker@yot.northyorks.gov.uk simon.perry@rotherham.gov.uk

Sheffield Wakefield York

Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire

Andy Peaden Stephen Crofts Jill Holbert

0114 228 8577 01924 304155 01904 554565

0114 228 8500 01924 304156 01904 554566

andy.peaden@sheffield.gov.uk wakefield-yot@wakefield.gov.uk jill.holbert@york.gov.uk

Derby

East Midlands

Des Morrison

01332 256916

01332 256830

des.morrison@derby.gov.uk

Derbyshire

East Midlands

Bob Smith

01629 580000

01629 585150

bob.smith@derbyshire.gov.uk

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Leicester Leicestershire Lincolnshire

East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands

Mary Campagnac Wendy Poynton John Simkins

0116 299 5830 0116 265 6780 01522 554556

0116 233 6003 0116 265 6880 01522 554558

Eagle House, 11 Friar Lane, Leicester, LE1 5RB County Hall, Glenfield, Leicestershire, LE3 8RA Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln, LN5 7JN

campm003@leicester.gov.uk WPoynton@leics.gov.uk john.simkins@lincolnshire.gov.uk

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Bath and Somerset

Enyioma Uzoegbu Paul Ambrosius Anita Kacerovskis

01225 396966 01275 888360 01458 440820 01189 390420 0121 464 0600 0121 464 0600 01902 553722 01254 299800

3 North Parade Buildings, Bath, BA1 1NY 57 Oxford Street, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset , BS23 1TR 5-7 West End, Street, Somerset , BA16 0LG 34-36 Crown Street, Reading , RG1 2SE Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly Hill North, Birmingham , B23 6BQ Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly Hill North, Birmingham , B23 6BQ Beckminster House, Birches Barn Road, Wolverhampton ,WV3 7BJ Bank House, 44 Wellington Street, St. John's, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 8AF Stanley Buildings, 1-3 Caunce Street, Blackpool , FY1 3DN 5 Hyde Road, Bournemouth, Dorset , BH10 5JJ Youth Justice Centre, Southwinds, 11 Cranford Avenue, Weymouth, Dorset , DT4 7TL Bank House, 41 Bank Street, Bradford, BD1 1RD Kenham House, Wilder Street, Bristol, BS2 8PD Walton House, Walton Street, Aylesbury, Bucks , HP11 1NT

Berkshire Birmingham and Solihull

Pete Dennis Phyllis Walsh Sharon Batchelor

Black Country Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole

Andrew Griffiths Paul Dodd

Mary Storey Sheila Shepheard John Butt

01253 478686 01202 453939 01305 760336

Bradford Bristol Buckinghamshire

Jim Brady Steve Brown Pauline Camilleri

01274 436060 0117 903 6480 01296 434624

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Milton Keynes

Lee Westlake

01908 391000

Manor Road Centre, Oakwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK2 2JG Unit 100, Rustat House, Clifton Road, Cambridgeshire, CB1 7EG Warrington Business Park, Long Lane, Warrington, Cheshire ,WA2 8TQ Chiltern House, City Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2JL County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UG Ground Floor, Christchurch House, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, CV1 2GY 19 Victoria Place, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA1 1EJ 2nd Floor, St. Peter's House, Gower Street, Derby ,DE1 9BR County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire , DE4 3AG 3rd floor, Commerce House, 97-101 Abbey Road, Torquay, Devon ,TQ2 5PJ 1 Westend, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire ,SA15 3DN Bridge House, 150 London Road, Barking, Essex ,IG11 8BB Council Office, Main Road, Skirlaugh, East Riding of Yorkshire ,HU11 5HN Suite 3, Empire House, Victoria Road, Chelmsford ,CM1 1PE Lambton House, 145 High Street West, Sunderland ,SR1 1UW Windsor House, 40 Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire ,GL1

Cambridgeshire Cheshire and Halton and Warrington Cornwall County Durham Coventry Cumbria Derby Derbyshire Devon, Plymouth and Torbay Dyfed Powys East London East Riding of Yorkshire Essex South of the Tyne Gloucestershire

Brigitte Squire Dave Ashton Phil Spencer Dave Carroll Tony Kirby Rob Cartner Julia Crane Judy Dixon Gail Rogers

01223 718223 01925 418618 01872 274567 0191 383 3982 024 7683 1414 01228 607179 01332 256916 01629 580000 01803 201655

Deborah Davies Mike Lovett Tracy Kelly

01554 740120 020 8227 3998 01482 396623

Karen White Alan Donnelly Jane Willett

01245 265151 0191 566 3000/1 01452 547540

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1HG Claire Pullar 01452 547540 Windsor House, 40 Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire ,GL1 1HG Crime and Disorder Group, Room 9030, Townhall Extension, Manchester , M60 2LA Medtia Place, 80 Union Street, Oldham, Lancashire ,OL1 1DT 4th Floor Arndale House, Chester Road, Stretford, Greater Manchester, M32 9XY Libanus House, 260 High Street, Blackwood ,NP12 1YT County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford ,SG13 8DP 2nd Floor, Brenchley House, Week Street, Maidstone, Kent ,ME14 1RF Myton Centre, Porter Street, Kingston-upon-Hull ,HU1 2RE 3 Trinity Place, Halifax, West Yorkshire ,HX1 2BD 10 Derby Street, Prescot, Knowsley, Merseyside ,L34 3LG Police Station, Marsh Lane, Bootle, Merseyside ,L20 5HJ Alexandra House, Borough Road, St. Helens ,WA10 3RN 1 - 9 Acre Lane, London ,SW2 5SD Central Management Services, CMS, 2nd Floor, 143/161 Corporation Street, Preston ,PR1 2UQ

Greater Manchester Central Greater Manchester East Greater Manchester West Gwent Hertfordshire Kent and Medway Kingston upon Hull Kirklees and Calderdale Knowsley, St Helens and Sefton

Dawn Johnson

0161 234 4564

Glyn Lloyd Sue Walker

0161 620 9500 0161 911 8201

Viv Sanders Jacky Clementson Mark Powell Julie Glover Jackie Key John Lynch Elise Khan Jason Pickett

01495 235623 01992 556337 01622 694773 01482 609991 01422 368279 0151 443 3079 0151 285 5127 01744 677990 020 7926 2644 01772 532075

Lambeth and Wandsworth Lancashire

Lee Parker

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Leeds Leicester and Leicestershire Lincolnshire Liverpool

Denis Lewis Karen Manville Paul Fisher Helen Rushton

0113 214 5300 0116 299 5830 01522 554556 0151 233 3000

31 Moor Road, Headingly, Leeds ,LS6 4BG Eagle House, 11 Friar Lane, Leicester ,LE1 5RB Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln ,LN5 7JN Management Suite, 1st Floor Millenium House, 60 Victoria Street, Liverpool ,L1 6JQ 16 Rothesay Road, Luton, Bedfordshire ,LU1 1PP Stratford Police Station, 18 West Ham Lane, London ,E15 4SG 45 Netherwood Green, Norwich, Norfolk ,NR1 2JF 2-6 Middle Lane, Hornsey, London ,N8 8PL Block D, 4th Floor, Jesmond Quadrant, 3 Archbold Terrace, Sandyford ,NE2 1BZ 6th Floor, County Hall, Mold, Flintshire ,CH7 6ND Unit 2G, Redwither Tower, Redwither Business Park, Wrexham ,LL13 9XT 53 Billing Road, Northampton ,NN1 5DB 2 Isabella Street, Nottingham ,NG1 6AT 15 West Hill Avenue, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire ,NG18 1PQ 43 Westgate, Oxford, OX1 1PF 13-15 Cavell Court, Lincoln Road, Peterborough ,PE1 2RJ

Luton and Bedfordshire Newham Norfolk North London North of the Tyne

Jim Sorley Andy Newsam Chris Small Donna Baugh Paul Brownlee

01582 547900 020 8217 5042 01603 223617 020 8489 1508 0191 277 7377

Raglan Lawn Wrexham

Andy Piggott Emma Rathbone

01352 701125 01978 667333

Northamptonshire Nottingham City Nottinghamshire Oxfordshire Peterborough

Miranda Walters Wilf Fearon Millie Keith Jayne Foster Iain Easton

01604 602400 0115 915 9400 01623 476600 01865 202218 01733 746540

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CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Introduction....................................................................................................................4 Procedures for Changes to the Protocol.........................................................................5 Overview of the Home Detention Curfew Programme .................................................6 Legislation and Guidance Documents ...........................................................................8 The Stages of the HDC Process and the Responsibilities of each Organisation ...........9 Information Sharing and the Transfer of Data and Management Information ............12 Detailed needs and responsibilities of each organisation ............................................13 Stage 1. Risk Assessment ....................................................................................................14 Stage 2. Induction.................................................................................................................20 Stage 3. Monitoring on Curfew ............................................................................................28 Stage 4. Variations to Licence..............................................................................................38 Stage 5. Curfew and Equipment Violations .........................................................................44 Stage 6. Breach of HDC Licence..........................................................................................49 Stage 7. Breach of Other Conditions of Licence..................................................................55 Stage 8. Return to Prison ......................................................................................................61 Stage 9. Appeals and Return to HDC ...................................................................................66 Stage 10. Completion of HDC..............................................................................................71 ANNEXES Annex A Annex B Annex C Annex D Annex E Annex F Annex G Prison Contacts Probation Service HDC Liaison Officers Police Force HDC Liaison Officers Early Release and Recall Section (ERRS) Contacts Electronic Monitoring Suppliers Electronic Monitoring Team Contacts Youth Offending Team/ISSP Contacts

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ELECTRONIC MONITORING FOR OFFENDERS PLACED ON HOME DETENTION CURFEW (INCLUDING PRISONERS RELEASED ON LICENCE) : INFORMATION PROTOCOL
1. Introduction The purpose of this protocol is to provide the basis for the exchange of information between all organisations involved in the Home Detention Curfew (HDC) programme. Effective working relationships between prisons, the probation service, YOT, Early Release & Recall Service (ERRS), police forces and the Suppliers are essential to ensure that the programme operates successfully. This protocol describes the processes for the exchange of information to ensure that each organisation understands its roles and responsibilities and adopts consistent practices. HDC is a national scheme - while most communication between agencies takes place locally, there is often a need for prisons to interact with police forces, probation/YOT areas and Suppliers throughout England and Wales. It is important therefore to establish national practice although there is some scope for changes to be made at a local level. These may require configuration at a local level to define the detail of the interactions between prisons, the probation service, YOTs, police forces and the Suppliers in each area. The protocol sets out the mechanisms for completing business processes at each stage in the HDC programme. The HDC programme is defined in ten stages which are then described further in terms of the detailed business processes. A flowchart is provided for each stage to summarise the business processes within the stage, which displays each business process denoted by its stage reference number. By using this reference number the Protocol user can navigate through the document to find the detailed process details. The process details for each business process are described in a tabular form. Contact names for each organisation are included in the annexes. The protocol provides a comprehensive description of the processes that will be used throughout the programme, however, it is unlikely that every action listed in the protocol will need to be undertaken for every subject who is released under Home Detention Curfew. The objective of the protocol is to set out the way that information will be exchanged as and when necessary and therefore lists all the possible information exchanges that might occur under the HDC programme. The protocol does not cover how information should be handled within each organisation. This is a matter for each organisation, which needs to ensure that it meets its statutory responsibilities.

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The Home Office is responsible for maintaining this protocol and issuing changes to protocols when they are revised. The Home Office should be contacted if any processes change with details of the new process and an update to the Protocol will be issued. Revised versions of the Protocol will be issued from time to time when processes have been materially changed. Each version of the Protocol will be identified by a version number and issue date. The Electronic Monitoring Team will maintain a register of version numbers of the Protocol and the dates of issue. The Protocol is available in electronic format and in general will be issued to users electronically. Hard copy formats of the document will be issued only when users are unable to receive electronic copies of the document. The Home Office should be contacted to provide details of updates to contact names that are set out in the annexes to this protocol. Please send any changes to the contact details to: Barry Snelgrove Electronic Monitoring Policy Advisor Room 359, Horseferry House Dean Ryle Street London SW1P 2AW Tel: 020 7217 8978 Email: barry.snelgrove@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk The protocol allows for local practices to be developed and for the protocol to be amended in other aspects at a local level, in agreement with the Home Office. The nature of information exchanged should not differ locally from this protocol (although it can be of broader scope than this protocol with local agreement), but it is possible for the format in which the information is provided to be varied from this protocol if it relates to communication between Suppliers and local police and probation service/YOT and where there is not a need for a consistent national format. However, variations to the protocol should only be proposed following agreement by all organisations in the area concerned.

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3. Overview of the Home Detention Curfew Programme The HDC scheme allows prisoners serving determinate sentences who are not subject to any of the statutory exclusions and who pass a risk assessment to be released early under an electronically monitored curfew. From 4 April 2005, two HDC schemes will operate. The first is the existing scheme based on the provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 1991. Under the 1991 Act, HDC is available to eligible prisoners serving sentences of between three months and under four years. The scheme applies to prisoners convicted of offences committed before 4 April 2005, and also to prisoners convicted of offences committed on or after 4 April 2005 and serving a sentence of less than 12 months (this scheme will continue until Custody Plus sentencing is introduced). The second scheme will operate under the provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. This applies to determinate sentence prisoners serving 12 months or longer who have been convicted of offences committed on or after 4th April 2005. However, it is likely that prisoners sentenced to 4 years or more under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 will be presumed unsuitable for HDC unless exceptional circumstances exist. Prisoners must be curfewed for a minimum of 9 hours per day, although most curfews run overnight for 12 hours. The maximum curfew length is 135 days depending on the length of sentence. Prisoners must serve a quarter of the sentence, subject to a minimum period, in custody before they can be released on HDC. The scheme is available to individuals aged under 18 years serving sentences of detention under section 91 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 in addition to adults. The Governor of the prison in which the person is being held is responsible for deciding suitability for HDC, on the basis of a risk assessment. Suitability of prisoners for home curfew? Prisoners will usually be considered for HDC unless they are statutorily excluded from the scheme. Prisoners on the scheme will be released between two weeks and four and a half months before their automatic release date, depending on the length of the sentence. Prisoners who are statutorily excluded include those who have committed violent or sex offences who are currently serving an extended sentence under section 227 or 228 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. Prisoners serving sentences for certain offences are “presumed unsuitable” for HDC, and will not be released unless the Governor agrees to their exceptional circumstances. This rule also applies to prisoners with any history of sexual offending who are not already statutorily excluded from the scheme. HDC is not an entitlement and can only be granted subject to prisoners meeting the eligibility criteria and passing a risk assessment, including a home circumstances check. What happens if the prisoner does not comply with the curfew? Unauthorised absences from the place of curfew during the curfew period, tampering with the equipment and violence directed at the Supplier’s staff count as violations. There are different levels of violations. The most serious violations, or an accumulation of less serious violations, will result in a breach of the curfew. Following a breach, the Suppliers are required to submit a breach report to ERRS, which decides whether to amend or revoke the HDC licence.

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A breach will normally lead to the revocation of the HDC licence and the prisoner will be immediately liable to be returned to custody. The prisoner will be required to serve the remaining period of their sentence in custody until the automatic release date. If the prisoner is recalled for breaching the HDC curfew conditions, he/she may not be eligible for release again on HDC either for the rest of that sentence or on any future custodial sentences received. This will depend on which Act the prisoner was released under. The HDC licence can also be amended or revoked if it is no longer possible to monitor the whereabouts of the subject or if the subject is charged with an offence committed whilst breaking their curfew conditions. In addition, those on HDC can be recalled by ERRS, on behalf of the Secretary of State, under section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 if they breach any other conditions of their licence. This could include being charged with an offence committed whilst on HDC. Only those on HDC who were on licence for an offence committed after 1 January 1999 can be recalled under these powers. This protocol does not cover recalls under this section of those who are not on HDC. Sometimes prisoners are recalled for reasons beyond their control (for example if they are unable to stay at the curfew address any longer). If this is the case they may be eligible to apply for re-release immediately upon their return to custody subject to another suitable address being located.

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4. Legislation and Guidance Documents The statutory basis for the HDC scheme for prisoners convicted of offences committed before 4 April 2005 and prisoners who are sentenced to a term of imprisonment of less than 12 months for offences committed on or after 4th April 2005 is sections 34A and 37A of the Criminal Justice Act 1991, inserted by sections 99 and 100 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. The Release of Short-Term Prisoners on Licence (Repeal of Age Restriction) Order 2003 (S.I. 2003 No. 1691) extends the availability of HDC to prisoners aged under 18. For prisoners serving 12 months or longer who have been convicted of offences committed on or after 4th April 2005 the statutory instrument for the HDC scheme is section 246 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 Specific guidance relating to conditions for release of prisoners and for the recall and return to custody under Home Detention Curfew is set out in Prison Order Number 6700, which is managed by the Prison Administration Group (PAG). These cover processes that are the responsibility of the Prisons and the Early Release and Recall Section (ERRS). Where processes are governed by rules within Prison Order Number 6700 they are referenced in this document. Specific guidance within the Probation service/YOT is set out in the National Standards 2002, as amended by 2005 Standards SS5.11 issued 4/3/05. This is supplemented by Probation Circular 33/2003 which provides more detailed guidance. There are currently no specific guideline documents covering detailed procedures within Police Forces. A new protocol between the police and the Probation Service/YOT, the Joint National Protocol, was introduced in January 2005 effective from 1 February. The details of this protocol are set out in Probation Circular (3/2005).

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5. The Stages of the HDC Process and the Responsibilities of each Organisation Process Stages There are ten stages in the HDC process. These are described below: Stage 1: Risk assessment

The releasing prison will firstly consider whether a subject should be considered for HDC. A risk assessment will be conducted and will take into account the probation service/YOT Offender Manager’s views regarding the suitability of the subject and the proposed address for HDC. In exceptional circumstances the electronic monitoring Supplier may be asked to comment on the suitability of the proposed address that the subject will be living at during the curfew period for use of electronic monitoring equipment. Stage 2: Induction

The prison governor will set the curfew conditions as part of the licence. The prison will provide advance notification of all those being released onto HDC to electronic monitoring Suppliers, the police, and the probation service/YOT. The releasing prison will send a copy of the licence to these organisations on the day that HDC starts. The Supplier will install the electronic monitoring equipment and provide the subject with instructions and rules regarding monitoring in the curfew period. If it proves impossible to install the electronic monitoring equipment the Supplier will inform ERRS who will decide whether to amend or revoke the licence. If the Supplier is unable to install equipment at the curfew address an alternative address may be approved by the Prison Governor. Stage 3: Monitoring on Curfew

The Supplier will monitor the subject’s compliance with the curfew conditions and ensure that the electronic monitoring equipment continues to operate successfully. They will also respond to requests from the probation service, YOT and the police about a Subject’s compliance history. Suppliers will authorise absences for limited one off absences in accordance with Home Office guidelines. The local Police Force will inform the Supplier and the Offender Manager if the Subject is arrested and will inform ERRS if the Subject is charged with an offence that is not related to the curfew. ERRS will be responsible for deciding whether breach action should be taken. Monitoring will be suspended during any periods when the Subject is in police custody. Stage 4: Variations to Licence

The prison governor will consider requests from the subject for a permanent change to the conditions of the curfew. This could be for a change of curfew address or a change to curfew conditions if the subject’s work hours conflict with the time of the curfew. The probation service/YOT will be asked to comment on the suitability of any proposed change of address or on any change requested by a subject under their supervision. The Supplier may also be asked to confirm that the electronic monitoring equipment will operate successfully at the alternative address. The prison governor will confirm the licence variation by issuing an amended licence that will be sent to all appropriate organisations. The Supplier will obtain the subject’s signature on the new licence if the HDC licence conditions have changed and fax the signed Licence back to the prison. Version: 1.0 Page 9 of 73 23 March 2005

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The Supplier will investigate any suspected violation of the curfew conditions or tampering with monitoring equipment and record any violations that fall below the threshold for issue of a warning. The Supplier will issue warnings to the subject when less serious violations occur. When a serious violation or a second less serious violation occurs the Supplier will inform ERRS who will decide whether to initiate breach proceedings. Stage 6: Breach of HDC licence

The Supplier will inform ERRS when the subject breaches their curfew conditions or cannot be monitored at the curfew address. ERRS will decide what action to take, including amending or revoking the curfew licence. They will consult the supervising probation service/YOT if necessary and inform the police, the releasing prison, the Supplier and the Offender Manager of any licence revocation or amendment. Stage 7: Breach of other conditions of licence

The probation service/YOT and the police can also apply directly to ERRS to revoke the licence of someone on HDC if the Subject has been arrested and charged with Further Charges (charges not related to the offence covered by the Licence), if they breach other Licence conditions or if they believe that the subject poses a risk of serious harm to the public. ERRS will decide whether to revoke or continue the Licence. Stage 8: Return to prison

The police will arrest the subject if the licence has been revoked and will liaise with Prison Escort Contractors to return the subject to prison. When the subject has been returned to prison the prison HDC Clerk will inform the probation service/YOT and the Supplier. The Supplier will stop monitoring the subject on receipt of the revocation licence issued by ERRS. Stage 9: Appeals and Return to HDC

ERRS will issue appeals papers to the subject and consider any representations made by a subject against a decision to revoke the licence. Should this be successful, the subject will be discharged from custody as soon as is reasonably practicable. A subject who has been recalled because the Supplier is unable to monitor the subject at the curfew address can apply to the prison governor to be allowed back onto HDC if an suitable alternative address can be found. Stage 10: Completion of HDC

The Supplier will prepare a Curfew Completion Report for all subjects when the curfew period has been completed and all electronic monitoring equipment has been recovered. The Curfew Completion Report will be sent to the National Identification Service who update PNC records. Responsibilities of each Organisation The Prison Service, Probation Service, YOT, Police, ERRS and Suppliers all have roles in the HDC programme. Two private sector Suppliers, Group4 Securicor and Premier Monitoring Services Limited (a subsidiary of Serco Limited) work with the Government agencies to manage the Home Detention Curfew Scheme. The key responsibilities of each organisation are as follows:

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The Prison Service is responsible for deciding, through a risk assessment, which prisoners are suitable for HDC, issuing licences and setting and varying curfew conditions. Further guidance on the Prison Service’s responsibilities is set out in Prison Service Order 6700 and Prison Service Instructions which are available on the Prison Service website. The Probation Service is responsible for contributing to the risk assessment, particularly in regards to the suitability of the proposed curfew address and for providing advice if a variation to the Licence is requested. The YOT has a similar role to Probation Service for 16-17 year olds. The Police are responsible for locating and arresting prisoners who have been recalled to prison for breach of HDC and for informing relevant agencies when someone has been arrested and charged with an offence committed whilst on HDC. ERRS is responsible for deciding whether to amend or revoke the curfew licence and recall offenders to custody following a breach of curfew conditions or a failure to monitor. A separate section of the Unit deals with representations against recall decisions. The Parole Board are required to review any decision taken by ERRS on behalf of the Secretary of State to recall an offender to prison. The review takes place after the offender has been returned to prison. The Suppliers are responsible for installing and removing the electronic monitoring equipment, monitoring curfew compliance, following up curfew violations and informing ERRS and the Home Office when a curfew is breached or when a subject cannot be monitored. The responsibilities for each organisation are described in detail in Section 7 of this protocol.

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Information Sharing and the Transfer of Data and Management Information All organisations should comply with their responsibilities under data protection legislation and have regard to the data protection principles. These principles require that personal information is obtained and processed fairly and lawfully; is only disclosed in appropriate circumstances; is accurate, relevant and not held longer than necessary; and is kept securely. Most exchanges of information will be in written format. Where secure email mechanisms exist these can be used to transfer documents in electronic format. In all cases, the organisation should confirm that the information requested or sent complies with this information protocol and that it is being sent to a correct address. Where it is acceptable to provide information orally, this should only be provided after verifying the validity of the request (perhaps by making a return phone call to a previously agreed phone number or through confirmation of pre-determined passwords) and should be followed up in writing.

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Detailed needs and responsibilities of each organisation This section sets out the processes that will need to be completed for each stage in the HDC programme. Each stage is described by a flowchart of processes and each process is described in terms of: • • • • • • the process description; the organisation responsible for performing the process; the information that is received prior to performing the process, and its source; the information to be provided as the output of the process, and the organisations it will be sent to; the timing issues; and the rules and conditions that relate to completing the process.

Annexes The annexes to the protocol provide the list of contacts for each organisation and the forms to be used as described for each process. The following annexes are attached: Annex A Annex B Annex C Annex D Annex E Annex F Prison Contacts Probation service/YOT HDC Liaison Officers Police Force HDC Liaison Officers Early Release and Recall Section (ERRS) Contacts Electronic Monitoring Suppliers Electronic Monitoring Team Contacts

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The detailed processes within Stage 1 – Risk Assessment are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 1.1 Prison Service requests assessment of suitability for HDC Prison HDC Clerk For offenders who are serving a sentence greater than 12 months the Prison HDC Clerk will request information from the probation service/YOT Offender Manager about the suitability of the curfew address that the Subject will be released to. This will cover the impact on other individuals residing at the address. For offenders serving a sentence less than 12 months a similar request will be made under the Presumptive HDC scheme. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Completed HDC(2) from the Subject You will provide the following information to: • HDC (3) form for unsupervised offenders who are serving a sentence greater than 12 months to the Probation service/YOT • HDC (3A) form for offenders serving a sentence less than 12 months to the Probation service/YOT (if considered under presumptive scheme) • PD1 form for supervised offenders to Probation service/YOT • HDC (9) is issued to the Subject to inform him / her of eligibility for HDC 10 weeks prior to HDC start date or as soon as possible thereafter

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The rules regarding the suitability of a subject for inclusion on HDC are set out in Chapter 2 of Prison Service Order number 6700.

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from the Probation service/YOT (if considered under the presumptive Scheme) PD1 form for supervised offenders from the prison HDC Clerk conducting the risk assessment Request for a technical assessment of the address from the Probation service/YOT

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You will provide the following information to: • Report advising on the suitability of the proposed curfew address Within 72 hours of receipt of request

Timing

The request for a technical survey will normally originate from the Probation service/YOT. However, the Prison Governor in exceptional circumstances may request an assessment by the Supplier directly. The Supplier will respond to whoever requested the survey. The Supplier will restrict comments on the suitability of a proposed address to whether it will be possible to operate monitoring equipment successfully from the address. This may include an assessment of whether it is possible to establish physical boundaries for monitoring, for example if the curfew address is a hostel.

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1.3 Offender Manager sends an assessment of suitability of proposed curfew address The subject’s Offender Manager The Offender Manager provides an assessment of the suitability of the subject for HDC and of the subject’s proposed address. The CS1 form is sent as part of the post-sentence review provide an indication as early as possible of whether the Subject is suitable for HDC. You will receive the following information from: • HDC (3) or HDC (3A) form from the Prison HDC Clerk conducting the risk assessment with HDC (2) attached • PD1 form for supervised offenders from the prison HDC Clerk conducting the risk assessment You will provide the following information to: • Completed HDC (3) or HDC (3A) form to the prison HDC Clerk conducting the risk assessment • Completed PD1 form for supervised offenders to the prison HDC Clerk conducting the risk assessment The request for an assessment is sent to the Probation service/YOT 8 weeks before the Subject may be released on HDC. The Probation service/YOT should respond within 10 days of receipt of the request from the prison.

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4/3/05. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 1.4 Prison Governor notifies interested parties of decision not to release Prison Governor The Prison HDC Clerk will complete the risk assessment of the suitability of the prisoner for release and, after reference to pre-sentence documents, complete HDC (1) and HDC (4) forms to set out the reasons for release or not. HDC (4) form is used for an enhanced assessment. If the Prison HDC Clerk decides not to release the subject on HDC he informs the subject of the decision You will receive the following information from: • Completed HDC (3) or HDC (3A) form from the Probation service/YOT • Completed PD1 form for supervised offenders from the Probation service/YOT You will provide the following information to: • HDC(6) to the Subject, Probation service/YOT and if they have been involved previously, the Supplier As soon as the decision is made. The HDC (1) and HDC (4) should be completed at least 3 weeks before the Subject is due to be released on HDC

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The rules and procedures regarding the risk assessment are set out in Chapter 5 of Prison Service Order number 6700. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 1.5 Prison Governor agrees to release Subject Prison Governor The Prison HDC Clerk will complete the risk assessment of the suitability of the prisoner for release and, after reference to pre-sentence documents, complete the HDC (1) form and HDC (4) form if an enhanced assessment is required to set out the reasons for release or not. If the Prison Governor decides to release the subject on HDC the Prison HDC Clerk provides notice of the intention to release the subject to the Supplier in the curfew area where the subject will live, the Probation service/YOT, the local Police Force and the National Identification Service You will receive the following information from: • Completed HDC (3) or HDC (3A) form from the Probation service/YOT • Completed PD1 form for supervised offenders from the Probation service/YOT You will provide the following information to: • HDC (7) to the Probation service/YOT, local Police Force, the Page 17 of 73 23 March 2005

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Supplier for the curfew address and the National Identification Service • HDC (5) to the Subject 14 days before the Subject’s release date

The HDC (7) must include the following details: • • • • • • • Name, age, sex and date of birth of the subject Full address and post code of the specified place(s) The curfew periods and duration Telephone access for the subject and telephone number if applicable The requirement for any interpreter and the language concerned The name and address of the authority imposing the curfew, and a contact point Other significant information, e.g. disability, subject’s behaviour, staff safety alert, information about the place of curfew, where known, whether the subject is a priority offender, prolific offender or MAPPA case where this information is available.

The HDC (7) will be sent to the Supplier by secure email or fax. The rules and procedures regarding release procedures are set out in Chapter 8 of Prison Service Order number 6700. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 1.6 Supplier requisitions BT line installation if required Supplier On receipt of the HDC (7) the Supplier will prepare for installation of any monitoring equipment required. This will include identifying field officers to install equipment. If a BT line is required the requisition for this will be raised. You will receive the following information from: • HDC (7) from the Prison Governor You will provide the following information to: • Requisition Forms are sent to BT if telephone lines are required at the curfew address As soon as the revocation decision is made

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Prison Governor Following the notification to parties that an offender will be released on HDC the Prison Governor decides to revoke the decision. The Prison HDC Clerk informs the Probation service/YOT, local Police Force, the Supplier for the curfew address and the National Identification Service of the revocation decision. You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • HDC (11) to the Probation service/YOT, local Police Force and the Supplier for the curfew address HDC(11) to Supplier, Probation service/YOT and Police • HDC (6) to the Subject As soon as the revocation decision is made

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There are no specific guidelines for prison staff to determine whether or not to revoke the Licence. This procedure will normally be adopted if the Subject’s behaviour in custody is unacceptable after the HDC (11) has been issued or if there is a change in circumstances regarding the Subject’s arrangements after release, for example, an individual living at the address selected for curfew refuses to allow the Subject to live at that address. The rules and procedures regarding revocations are set out in Chapter 8 of Prison Service Order number 6700.

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Stage 2. Induction
2.1 Prison Governor issues Licence

2.2 Supplier installs equipment and inducts Subject

Induction successful? No 2.3 Supplier submits Breach Report to ERRS

Yes

Induction process complete

3.1

ERRS decides to revoke Licence? No 2.5 ERRS liaise with Offender Manager or Prison HDC clerk on variations to curfew

Yes

2.4 ERRS issues warrant to return the Subject to Prison

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2.6 Probation Service/YOT provide risk assessment of new conditions

2.7 Prison HDC clerk approves risk assessment of new conditions

2.8 Prison Governor issues amended Licence

2.9 Supplier advises Subject of new Licence conditions

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The detailed processes within Stage 2 – Induction are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 2.1 Prison Governor issues Licence Prison Governor The Licence is issued to provide organisations with the final details of the curfew and to initiate action to set up the HDC. If the Prison Governor decides not to issue the Licence after issuing the Notification, HDC (7) the impacted organisations are informed of the changed decision Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Nothing You will provide the following information to: • Licence to Probation service/YOT, Supplier and Local Police Force Prison Liaison Officer • HDC (11) to Probation service/YOT, Supplier and Police if the Prison Governor decides to revoke a decision to issue a Licence The Licence is issued 14 days prior to the start of the HDC or as soon as possible thereafter. It must be issued at least 24 hours before the start of the HDC.

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The Licence will be sent to the Supplier by secure email or fax.

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2.2 Supplier installs equipment and inducts Subject Supplier Branch Officer The Supplier confirms the details of the Licence and attends the curfew address to install equipment. The Supplier inducts the Subject to inform him / her of the curfew rules, the implications of removing or tampering with equipment and who to contact if there is a problem with the curfew period or the equipment. You will receive the following information from: • Licence from the releasing prison You will provide the following information to: • Curfew Monitoring Instructions Booklet is issued to the Subject Induction must be completed within the Subject’s first curfew period and not between the hours of midnight and 6am

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The Supplier will email the Prison HDC Clerk to acknowledge receipt of emailed Licence within 15 minutes of receipt. The Supplier will acknowledge faxed Licences within 2 hours of receipt. To install equipment the Supplier will: • Visit the Subject’s address within curfew hours unless the Subject agrees to a visiting time outside these hours • Ensure that appropriate staff are scheduled to conduct the visit, i.e. where the Subject is female a female officer will accompany a male office throughout the visit • Manage any visits required by BT to install telephone lines. All visits by BT staff must be conducted in daytime hours and require an appointment with the Subject as these normally occur outside curfew hours. The visit by BT to install telephone equipment is independent of the Supplier’s visit to install monitoring equipment • Not commence any installation or induction work until the Notification is received • Install the equipment – o by midnight on the first day of operation of the monitoring Requirement, where daily monitoring is a statutory requirement, or the monitoring Requirement begins to operate on a day other than the day it is imposed; o within 24 hours of Elapsed Time, where daily monitoring is not a statutory requirement but the monitoring Requirement begins on the day it is imposed. For all induction visits the Supplier must: • Check that they have all required paperwork before entry • Check that all Notification details are supplied before attempting to install equipment. If it is incomplete or incorrect, the Supplier must make all reasonable efforts to obtain the missing information • Identify themselves by means of an identification card before seeking entry to any specified place • Ensure that a female member of staff is present at all times during the visit if the subject is female • Ensure that two members of staff (one of whom must be female) are present for Subjects under 18 years of age unless the Offender Manager is present • Confirm the identity of the subject before starting the installation • Confirm that the information given to the Supplier by the prison authority at the time of notification is still valid • Install all equipment required in a single visit • Explain to the Subject the monitoring schedule, the boundaries of the curfew area and the consequences of failure to comply with the curfew • Offer the Subject reimbursement of any running costs of electronic monitoring equipment • Issue the Curfew Monitoring Instructions booklet to the Subject. Induction may be carried out at the prison prior to the release of the offender. This must not involve the fitting of the PID and can only be carried out with the prison governor’s permission. Monitoring Units may be installed at the curfew address prior to release, however, installation must be with the consent of other residents at the address or the designated key holder if the subject lives alone. If the Supplier’s staff are subject to or threatened with violence at the specified place they must leave immediately. Violence on the part of the subject must be treated as a violation of curfew. Violence by any person resident at the specified place must be treated as a violation. If the Supplier’s staff are refused permission to enter the premises the Supplier will report the action as a breach of the Licence.

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2.3 Supplier submits Breach Report to ERRS Supplier If the Supplier is unable to install monitoring equipment at the address stated on the Licence within the specified time the Supplier will provide an estimate of the date and time of installation (if an installation is possible). If installation is not possible at the second attempt the Supplier informs ERRS who may revoke the Licence or if the failure is due to inability to monitor the Subject request that the Offender Manager considers an alternative address for curfew.

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You will receive the following information from: • Nothing You will provide the following information to: • The first installation failure is recorded on the Supplier’s Central System with a revised estimate of the installation date and time • Breach Report in the event of a failure at the second attempt to install equipment to ERRS The Breach Report must be delivered within 24 hours of the installation failure with the revised estimate. The Installation Report confirming that installation has taken place successfully on the second attempt must be delivered when the installation is complete.

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If the Subject is absent when the Supplier visits to install equipment a contact letter is left informing the Subject to contact the Supplier on his/her return. The Supplier will produce an Installation Failure Report and issue the report to ERRS. One further attempt must be made to complete installation within 24 hours of elapsed time after the first attempt. Any absence in the curfew period must be reported as a violation. If the second attempt to install equipment is unsuccessful the Supplier produces a second Installation Failure Report, reports the failure as a breach of the Licence and requests the Subject’s return to custody. If for any reason, the Supplier is unable to complete the installation within the required timescale, the Supplier must inform the Sentence Enforcement Unit in ERRS. The Supplier must give reasons for the delay and an estimate of when the installation will be completed. The Supplier must provide a further report if the estimated installation time is not met, providing a revised estimated time of installation. If it proves impossible to undertake the required installation, or if it becomes impossible to undertake monitoring of the subject at the specified place, the Supplier must notify the Sentence Enforcement Unit in ERRS who may decide to amend or revoke the Licence.

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2.4 ERRS issues warrant to return the Subject to Prison

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ERRS ERRS verifies the reasons for the failed installation with the Supplier and if failure is due the Subject’s behaviour problems with the Offender Manager and Prison HDC Clerk. If the curfew address cannot be used or if the Subject prevents installation ERRS issues a warrant to arrest the Subject and liaises with the releasing prison to arrange the Subject’s return to custody. You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the Supplier • Violation Report from the Supplier • Licence from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Revocation of Licence to the Prison HDC Clerk, Probation service/YOT, Police and Supplier As soon as the decision is made

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In respect of recalls there will be three categories of prisoner: 1) All prisoners sentenced to under 12 months (regardless of whether the offence was committed before or after 4 April 05) will be considered under the HDC criteria of the CJA91 and recall will be under S.38A or 39 of CJA91. So, if recalled they will be released at the halfway point and be at risk until the Sentence Expiry Date (SED). Arrangements will change when Custody Plus is introduced. 2) Prisoners sentenced to 12 months or more, and convicted of offences committed before 4 April 05, will be considered under the HDC criteria of the CJA91. Recall for breach of the curfew conditions/ inability to monitor will be under S38A of CJA91 but recall for bad behaviour/ new offences committed will be under S254 CJA03. If recalled under 38A of CJA91(which can only happen before the halfway point of sentence) rerelease will be at the halfway point and the licence will run until the Licence Expiry Date (LED which is at the ¾ point of sentence) and they will continue to be at risk until the SED. Prisoners recalled at any time before the LED under S254 of the CJA03 will be re-released at the direction of the Parole Board, not later than the LED, and on licence until the SED. 3) Offences committed on or after the 4 April 05 (where the prisoner is given a determinate sentence of 12 months or longer) will be considered under the HDC criteria of s246 CJA03 and recall will be under 254 or 255. Prisoners will automatically be on licence until the SED.

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2.5 ERRS liaise with Offender Manager or Prison HDC clerk on variations to curfew conditions

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ERRS If the Supplier reports an installation failure due to an inability to monitor the Subject at the curfew address using monitoring equipment ERRS considers variations to Licence conditions such as the suitability of an alternative address. ERRS liaise with the Probation service/YOT and the releasing prison HDC Desk Clerk to confirm the suitability of the proposed alternative address. You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the Supplier’s Field Monitoring Officer • Violation Report from the Supplier • Licence from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • ERRS will fax the HDC (8) form to the HDC Desk Clerk at the releasing prison to request consideration of the Licence variation • ERRS will fax the HDC (8) form to the Offender Manager to request consideration of the Licence variation Within 24 hours of receipt of the violation report

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ERRS will provide the following information to the prison HDC Clerk and the Offender Manager: • Name and address of the Subject • Conditions of the Licence • Details of the failure to install or breach • Details of the proposed address including details of residents at the address.

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2.6 Probation service/YOT provide risk assessment of new conditions Probation service/YOT Probation service/YOT advises on the suitability of a proposed alternative curfew conditions, for example the suitability of an alternative address, to allow the Subject to remain on curfew. You will receive the following information from: • HDC (8) from ERRS to request consideration of the Licence variation You will provide the following information to: • Completed HDC (8) to the Prison HDC Clerk As requested (not normally less than 48 hours)

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In exceptional circumstances the Offender Manager may contact the Supplier to request advice on the suitability of the proposed alternative address.

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Guidelines for Offender Manager covering what should be included in risk assessments and how they should be conducted are set out in Section C of the National Standards 2002, as amended by 2005 Standards SS5.11 issued 4/3/05..

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

2.7 Prison HDC clerk approves risk assessment of new curfew conditions Prison HDC Clerk The Prison HDC clerk will report back to the Prison Governor on the outcome of the risk assessment to amend the Licence. The HDC (1) form and HDC (4) form if an enhanced assessment is required are completed to document the risk assessment and the Prison Governor makes the decision whether to issue an amended Licence. You will receive the following information from: • A telephone call from ERRS to request consideration of the Licence variation • Completed HDC (8) from the Probation service/YOT You will provide the following information to: • HDC (3) to the Prison Governor at the releasing prison Within 1 day of receipt

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The rules and procedures regarding revocations are set out in Chapter 9 of Prison Service Order number 6700.

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

2.8 Prison Governor issues amended Licence Prison Governor After taking advice from the HDC Desk Clerk and the Probation service/YOT about the acceptability of amended curfew conditions the Prison Governor decides whether to accept the Licence variation. If accepted an amended Licence is issued which sets out the new conditions for the Subject’s curfew. Issue of the new Licence provides the Supplier with authority to install or change any monitoring equipment You will receive the following information from: • HDC (8) from the Probation service/YOT • HDC (3) from the Prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • Amended Licence to the Supplier, Probation service/YOT, ERRS, the local Police Force and the National Identification Service if the Page 26 of 73 23 March 2005

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amendment is accepted HDC11 to the Subject, Supplier, Probation service/YOT, ERRS, the local Police Force and the National Identification Service if the amendment is rejected

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As soon as the decision is made.

If the Subject is transferred from an area managed by one Supplier to an area managed by another Supplier the amended Licence must be issued to the Suppliers in both the old and new area.

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

2.9 Supplier advises Subject of new Licence conditions Supplier The Supplier issues the amended Licence to the Subject, installs any new equipment required at a new curfew address if required and inducts Subject. If there is no requirement for new equipment the Supplier advises the Subject of the new curfew conditions. You will receive the following information from: • Amended Licence from the releasing prison You will provide the following information to: • Copy of signed amended Licence to the discharging prison Within 24 hours of receiving the new licence

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The Supplier must follow the rules for installing equipment as set out for process 2.2 The Supplier must additionally obtain the Subject’s signature on the amended Licence to accept the new conditions.

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Stage 3. Monitoring on Curfew
3.1 Supplier monitors Subject activity

3.2 Supplier provides weekly New Subjects Report

3.3 Police notify Supplier of Priority/Prolific/MAPPA cases 3.6 Police update recordsfor Priority/Prolific/MAPPA cases

3.4 Supplier updates Subjects records

3.5 Supplier provides weekly Violation Intelligence Report

Subject requests absence

3.7 Supplier approves or refuses authorised absence request

3.8 Prison approves or refuses authorised absence for high profile cases

Permanent variation requested? No

Yes

4.1

3.1

Violation detected? No Unable to Monitor Subject?

Yes

5.1

Yes

6.1

No 3.9 Supplier checks any equipment failures

3.10 Supplier checks that monitoring equipment is functioning

3.11 Probation Service/YOT/ Police request Curfew Compliance Report 3.13 Police inform supplier that Subject has been arrested for offence unconnected with Licence No

3.12 Supplier provides Curfew Compliance Report

Yes

3.14 Supplier informs Offender Manager / prison that Subject has been arrested

3.15 Supplier informs ERRS if Subject is charged

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The detailed processes within Stage 3 – Monitoring on Curfew are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 3.1 Supplier monitors Subject activity Supplier Control Centre Staff (Premier) Monitoring Centre Staff (Securicor) The Supplier monitors Subject activity to identify, on an exceptions basis, whether the Subject is failing to comply with curfew conditions. Any apparent violation is investigated before it is reported. If the Supplier is unable to monitor the Subject they notify ERRS. You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • Inability to Monitor report to ERRS if the supplier is unable to monitor the Subject A report of all Subjects that cannot be monitored is sent daily

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A daily report is sent to ERRS by the Suppliers confirming all occasions where the Supplier could not monitor a Subject. If a Subject commits a violation or breach the releasing prison is informed immediately (see 5.1) The Supplier will: • Communicate with the Subject’s Site Monitoring Unit eight times every 24 hours to confirm that the equipment is operating successfully • Confirm that the Subject is within the curfew boundary throughout the curfew period. The curfew boundary area will include the whole of the specified address and as small an area as possible outside the curfew address. If the curfew address is a self-contained apartment within a shared dwelling, the monitored boundary will include as little as possible of any common areas or other apartments. If the specified place has common facilities, such as a kitchen or bathroom, the monitored boundary includes these facilities • Record all movements in and out of the specified place during the curfew period. If the absence is an authorised absence these movements will not be recorded • Notify ERRS if it is impossible to monitor the Subject. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 3.2 Supplier provides New Subjects Report Supplier Supplier produces New Subjects Report listing all new EM subjects added in the past week, by Police force You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: Page 29 of 73 23 March 2005

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New Subjects Report to Intelligence Sections of Police forces

Weekly, at end of each week 3.3 Police notify Supplier of Subjects who are priority offenders, prolific offenders, or MAPPA cases Police Intelligence Sections Police check New Subjects Report, notify Supplier of Subjects who are priority offenders, prolific offenders, or MAPPA cases where these details are not held by Supplier You will receive the following information from: • New Subjects Report from Supplier You will provide the following information to: • EM Subject Information Form to Supplier for each new Subject who is a priority offender, prolific offender, or MAPPA case Weekly, at start of each week

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3.4 Supplier updates Subjects records Supplier Supplier updates Subjects records where Police advise the Subject is a priority offender, prolific offender, or MAPPA case You will receive the following information from: • EM Subject Information Form from Police Intelligence Sections for each Subject who is a priority offender, prolific offender, or MAPPA case You will provide the following information to: • None As received 3.5 Supplier provides Violation Intelligence Report Supplier Supplier produces Violation Intelligence Report listing all EM subjects by Police force, where the subject is flagged as a Priority Offender,

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Prolific Offender or MAPPA case and either Curfew monitoring
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applies and there has been a confirmed violation lasting more than 15 minutes in the past week, or Attendance monitoring applies and there has been a confirmed violation in the past week
Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • Violation Intelligence Report to Intelligence Sections of Police forces Weekly, at end of each week 3.6 Police log Violation Intelligence Police Intelligence Sections Police check Violation Intelligence Report, log Violation Intelligence You will receive the following information from: • Violation Intelligence Report from Supplier You will provide the following information to: • None Weekly, at start of each week

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3.7 Supplier approves or refuses authorised absence request The Supplier’s Shift Supervisor The Supplier is authorised to approve one-off periods of absence that occur less frequently than once a week requested by the Subject or to approve emergency absences. If an absence is required that is regular and weekly the Subject will need to apply to the prison for a variation to the Licence (see section 4). This includes prolonged stays in hospital. You will receive the following information from: • Request from Subject for an authorised absence made in writing or by telephone to the Supplier control / monitoring centre • Notification from the Subject of an emergency situation that has resulted in a failure to comply with the Licence conditions You will provide the following information to: • Verbal approval followed by written confirmation that the absence has been authorised to the Subject Page 31 of 73 23 March 2005

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All requests for absence, excluding absences for emergency cases involving medical treatment, must be made by the Subject at least 24 hours before the absence is due to occur. Approval of absence must be provided by the Supplier before the absence is taken. The Subject must inform the Supplier of reasons for emergency absences within 48 hours of the absence.

The Supplier is authorised to approve absences for periods no longer than 24 hours provided the Subject remains in England or Wales. The Supplier will notify the Prison HDC Clerk and the Electronic Monitoring Team in the Home Office in advance if the Subject is high-profile, or where the Supplier reasonably believes that granting a period of absence may be of concern. Where the Subject is not high profile and the Supplier considers that granting a period of absence is not of concern the Supplier will: • Validate the identity of the caller before any discussion regarding the Subject’s curfew or a request for an authorised absence • Comply with the operating instructions for authorised absences set out in the booklet issued to the Subject during Induction • Record all authorised absences and the reasons for the absence and report authorised absences to the Offender Manager • Confirm approval of the authorised absence to the Subject in writing • Make telephone checks to confirm that the Subject is at the location approved for the absence period e.g. check the Subject is at the hospital • Request written confirmation that the Subject was at the location approved for the absence period. This must be provided either 24 hours before a period of absence or within 48 hours of an emergency absence. The Supplier is authorised to: • Approve absences in the following circumstances: o emergency cases including where medical treatment for the Subject or his/her immediate dependents is required (generally 8 hours maximum absence permitted) o irregular or unexpected medical appointments for the Subject or his/her immediate dependents o job interviews, attendance at job clubs or when the Subject is required to “sign on” to obtain employment benefit o where the Subject is required in his employment to change his work hours on a oneoff occasion provided the work is part of a permanent job and the employer provides written verification of the need o attendance at court as a witness o attendance at weddings and funerals of family members, including partners with whom the Subject is living as a spouse o other circumstances where the Home Office has agreed that an absence may be authorised. • In all cases, other than emergency cases, the duration of absence must not be more than the length of the event plus 1.5 hours travelling each way.

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Prison approves or refuses authorised absence for high profile cases Prison Governor The Prison Governor responds to requests from the Supplier to approve or refuse an authorised absence for high profile cases. You will receive the following information from: • Request from Supplier to approve an authorised absence for a Subject You will provide the following information to: • Verbal approval followed by written confirmation that the absence has been authorised or refused to the Subject and the Supplier All requests for absence must be made by the Subject at least 24 hours before the absence is due to occur. Approval of absence must be provided by the Supplier before the absence is taken. The Subject must inform the Supplier of reasons for emergency absences within 48 hours of the absence.

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3.9 Supplier checks any equipment failures Supplier If the Supplier’s Central System reports an equipment failure the Supplier will visit the Subject to determine the cause of the failure and replace any equipment where this is required. You will receive the following information from: • Equipment failure alert from the Central System You will provide the following information to: • Investigations Report to the Home Office Electronic Monitoring team The report is produced monthly within 10 working days of the end of the month

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The Supplier will investigate all equipment failures where they involve: • Damage to any part of the monitoring equipment of any kind including tamper and strap tamper caused by the Subject. Damage caused by official action by the Police, Probation service/YOT, the Supplier’s, medical staff or any other official body will not be investigated and the equipment will be replaced or repaired only Internal equipment failures of any kind including battery failure, short-circuits, transmitter failure or component deterioration or failure.

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3.10 Supplier checks that monitoring equipment is functioning Supplier The Supplier will check that monitoring equipment installed at the Subject’s curfew address is functioning correctly. This will include monthly visits to the curfew premises to check that equipment is functioning correctly. The Supplier will prepare a report which sets out all equipment malfunctions and provides a reason for each malfunction. You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • An Equipment Damage and Failure Report to the Home Office Electronic Monitoring team The report is produced monthly within 10 working days of the end of the month

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The Supplier will have an alternative form of monitoring to verify that the Subject is complying with the curfew if electronic monitoring equipment fails. Visits to the Subject’s home to check equipment must be conducted during a curfew period. The Supplier is not required to notify the Subject in advance of the visit.

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3.11 Probation service/YOT / Police request Curfew Compliance Report Probation service/YOT or local Police Force (see below) The Probation service/YOT or the Police will request information relating to a Subject’s compliance with Licence conditions to support investigations of offences that may involve the Subject. You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • External Agency Information Request Form to Supplier When required

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Where appropriate, the person requesting the report will identify on the External Agency Information Request Form whether the Subject is a Prolific Offender, Priority Offender, or MAPPA case. The definition of a Prolific Offender is determined at area level by the police. The Request may also identify that the Subject is in Custody. Where a Subject is identified as a Prolific Offender, Priority

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Offender, MAPPA case or in Custody the Supplier is authorised to provide details of the Subject’s curfew history directly to the Probation service/YOT / Police without Home Office approval. Requests for Curfew Compliance Reports from local Police Forces are raised and signed by the investigating officer. These must be countersigned by a Police Inspector. The Supplier is not authorised to provide information unless the request has the Police Inspector’s countersignature. Requests for information must be compliant with human rights legislation. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 3.12 Supplier provides Curfew Compliance Report Supplier The Supplier provides Police with information on the curfew compliance history of the subject and/or provides the Probation service/YOT with general details of monitoring history You will receive the following information from: • External Agency Information Request Form from the Probation service/YOT or Police You will provide the following information to: • Curfew Compliance Report to the Probation service/YOT or Police • Curfew History report to the Probation service/YOT or Police Both reports must be provided within 24 hours of request If the information is required for a Subject that has been taken into custody the Supplier should provide the information as soon as possible.

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Where a Subject is identified as a Prolific Offender, Priority Offender, MAPPA case or in Custody, either on the External Agency Information Request Form or on the Subject’s record,.the Supplier is authorised to provide details of the Subject’s curfew history directly to the Probation service/YOT / Police without Home Office approval. Otherwise.the Supplier will issue the Subject’s curfew history to the Home Office Electronic Monitoring Team for approval before its release to the Police. The Curfew Compliance Report will include: • Information that confirms the Subject has complied with the conditions of the Licence • Details of any reported violations and action taken by the Supplier to report the violation. The Supplier will include information relating to any Subject’s activities during curfew periods.

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Police inform Supplier that Subject has been arrested, and request breach action Arresting Police Force The Police inform the Supplier that the Subject has been arrested for an offence unrelated to the curfew You will receive the following information from: • PNC record of Subject’s arrest You will provide the following information to: • EM Subject Information Form to the Supplier identifying that the Subject has been arrested • Charge Sheet to ERRS when the Subject is charged The EM Subject Information Form should be emailed/ faxed immediately after the Subject’s arrest. The Charge Sheet is sent when the Subject is charged

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3.14 Supplier informs Offender Manager / prison that Subject has been arrested Supplier On receipt of information from the Police that the Subject has been arrested for an offence unconnected with the Licence the Supplier will inform the Offender Manager, or the prison governor if the Subject is not under supervision of the Subject’s arrest You will receive the following information from: • EM Subject Information Form identifying that the Subject has been arrested from the Police Force You will provide the following information to: • Telephone call with details of the Subject’s arrest to the Offender Manager or the Prison Governor As soon as possible

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Supplier If the Subject who has been arrested for an offence unconnected with the Licence is charged by the Police the Supplier will inform ERRS You will receive the following information from: • Charge Sheet from the Police Force You will provide the following information to: • Telephone call with details of the Subject’s arrest to ERRS As soon as possible

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Stage 4. Variations to Licence
4.1 Subject requests variation to Licence

4.2 Prison Governor requests Probation Service/YOT advice on acceptability of variation

4.4 Prison Governor requests subject’s curfew history from Supplier

4.3 Probation Service/YOT provides advice on acceptability of variation

4.5 Supplier provides curfew history

Variation agreed

No

4.6 Prison Governor issues letter of refusal

3.1

Yes 4.7 Prison Governor issues amended Licence

4.8 Supplier inducts Subject for any Licence changes required

3.1

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The detailed processes within Stage 4 – Variations to Licence are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 4.1 Subject requests variation to Licence Offender Manager /Prison Governor The Subject will contact the Offender Manager/Prison Governor to request a variation to Licence conditions. For example the Subject may obtain employment which prevents him/her meeting the curfew. You will receive the following information from: • Request from the Subject by telephone or in writing If the request is received by the Offender Manager, they will provide the following information to: • Response to Subject to instruct him / her to contact the Prison Governor for variations to the Licence that are not one-off requests As soon as possible

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The Supplier will not permit variations to Licences requested by a Subject directly, other than one-off variations covered in Stage 3. If the Subject contacts the Supplier with a request for a variation to the Licence, other than a one-off variation the Supplier will refer the Subject to his / her Offender Manager. Offenders who are released on Licence while serving a sentence of less than 12 months will not be supervised during their curfew. However the Subject will still be required to contact the Probation service/YOT to request a variation to their Licence conditions. Process Reference Process Name 4.2 Prison Governor requests Probation service/YOT advice on acceptability of variation Prison Governor The Offender Manager will inform the Prison Governor of the Subject’s request for a variation to Licence conditions. On some occasions the Subject will contact the Prison HDC Clerk directly. You will receive the following information from: • Request from Subject for a variation to the Licence You will provide the following information to: • HDC (8) form to Probation service/YOT As soon as request from Subject received

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The rules and procedures regarding variations to Licences are set out in Chapter 9 of Prison Service Order number 6700. Version: 1.0 Page 39 of 73 23 March 2005

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4.3 Probation service/YOT provides advice on acceptability of variation Probation service/YOT To assess suitability of the proposed new curfew address You will receive the following information from: • HDC (8) form from the Prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • Completed HDC (8) form to Prison HDC Clerk As agreed

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Guidelines covering what should be included in risk assessments and how they should be conducted is set out in Section C of the National Standards 2002, supplemented by Probation Circular 33/2003 covering guidelines for approving variations to Licences.

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4.4 Prison HDC Clerk requests subject’s curfew history from Supplier Prison HDC Clerk On some occasions the Prison Governor will request details of a Subject’s curfew history from the Supplier before assessing a request for a variation in the curfew. The Subject’s compliance record may be used in the decision to determine whether a variation is merited. You will receive the following information from: • Request from Subject for a variation to the Licence You will provide the following information to: • A telephone or written request for a Compliance Report to the Supplier As soon as request from Subject received

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The Prison Governor can ask for all details of the Subject curfew record. This includes details of compliance, violations, requests for variations, equipment tamper alerts, inability to monitor dates and dates of telephone communications with the Subject. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 4.5 Supplier provides curfew history Supplier In response to a request from the prison the Supplier provides details of Subject’s history of compliance to date Page 40 of 73 23 March 2005

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You will receive the following information from: • A telephone or written request for a Compliance Report from the Prison Governor You will provide the following information to: • Curfew Compliance Report to the Prison Governor Within 24 hours

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The Supplier will provide details of the following aspects of the Subject’s compliance with the curfew: • HDC Licence details including: the name of the releasing prison, the date of the Licence, the curfew period term and curfew conditions • Date and details of any unauthorised absences from curfew including the date and time of the absence, the length of absence and any reasons • Date and details of any violations. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 4.6 Prison Governor issues letter of refusal Prison Governor If the Prison Governor refuses to allow a variation to the Licence conditions he issues a letter which informs the parties that the request has been refused. The Supplier will continue to monitor the Subject under existing Licence conditions You will receive the following information from: • HDC8 from the Probation service/YOT • If required, a Curfew Compliance Report from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • A letter of refusal is issued to the Subject and copied to the Supplier and Offender Manager As soon as decision taken

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The rules and procedures regarding refusal of requests for variations to Licences are set out in Chapter 9 of Prison Service Order number 6700. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 4.7 Prison Governor issues amended Licence Prison Governor If the Prison Governor agrees to a variation to the Licence conditions he issues an amended Licence to inform all relevant parties that the Licence conditions have changed. This provides authority to the Supplier to change the records for the Subject and replace any equipment as may be necessary. You will receive the following information from: Page 41 of 73 23 March 2005

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HDC8 from the Probation service/YOT If required, a Curfew Compliance Report from the Supplier

You will provide the following information to: • HDC11 and new Licence to the Supplier, local Police Force and the Offender Manager On the same day as the Licence is issued

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The rules and procedures regarding variations to Licences are set out in Chapter 9 of Prison Service Order number 6700. If the Subject is transferred from an area managed by one Supplier to an area managed by another Supplier the Prison Governor must issue the amended Licence to the Suppliers in both the old and new area. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 4.8 Supplier inducts Subject for any Licence changes required Supplier The Supplier ensures that the Subject understands the conditions of the amended Licence, is willing and capable of complying with the new conditions, install any new equipment required and obtains the Subject’s signature to confirm the amended terms. This may involve the transfer of the Subject between Suppliers when the Subject curfew address is transferred from one area to another. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Amended Licence from the releasing prison You will provide the following information to: • Faxed copy of signed licence to the Prison that issued the Licence • Curfew records if the Subject is transferred from one area to another to the Supplier for the new area for the Subject The Supplier must induct the Subject and commence monitoring under the conditions of the amended Licence within 24 hours of receipt of the Licence Subject records must be transferred to the new Supplier before the Subject’s first curfew period The amended Licence will be sent to the Supplier using secure email or fax. The Supplier will: • Not install any new equipment until the amended Licence is received • Install any new equipment required following the procedures set out in section 2.2 • Remove any equipment that is no longer required Version: 1.0 Page 42 of 73 23 March 2005

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Ensure that the Subject receives a copy of the amended Licence and understands changes to the Licence conditions from the original Licence Ensure that the Subject understands the implications of the changes to the Licence and his responsibilities for complying with the curfew Ensure that the Subject is able and capable of complying with the amended Licence Obtain the Subject’s signature on the Licence to confirm acceptance of the amended terms Fax a copy of the signed Licence to the releasing prison Update the Central System to confirm acceptance of the amended Licence Retain and store the signed amended Licence.

If the Subject’s change of address leads to a transfer of responsibility for managing the Subject from one Supplier to another the transferring Supplier will: • Remove all equipment from the original curfew address using the procedure set out in section 10.1 • Transfer Subject records to the new Supplier. The recipient Supplier will: • Install any equipment required at the new curfew address using the procedure set out in section 2.2 • Enter records received from the previous Supplier onto their Central System. The Suppliers will comply with the visit rules in Section 2.2 whilst conducting any visit.

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Stage 5. Curfew and Equipment Violations

5.1 Supplier investigates apparent violation of Licence conditions

5.2 Violation reported below threshold for a warning

Serious violation? Yes

No

5.3 Supplier issues warning to Subject

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5.4 Supplier reports breach

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The detailed processes within Stage 5 – Curfew and Equipment Violations are:

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

5.1 Supplier investigates apparent violation of Licence Supplier When the Central System alerts the Supplier that the Subject has moved outside the curfew boundary within the curfew period or there is an apparent equipment violation the Supplier must investigate to confirm the violation You will receive the following information from: • Central System alert You will provide the following information to: • Subject Central System records are updated with details of the violation As soon as the investigation is complete

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The Supplier will investigate all violations in the first instance and will then telephone the Subject to confirm presence. A visit will be conducted if required by the violation rules. The Supplier will investigate the apparent violation to determine: • If the absence is an unauthorised absence. All unauthorised absences must be treated as an apparent violation • If the apparent violation is a combined SMU “tilt” and power off the Supplier will contact the Subject during the curfew period and arrange to visit the Subject within 4 hours of the alert to check the equipment. If either a tilt or power off notification is received in isolation the Supplier is not required to visit the Subject • If the apparent violation is a tamper alert the Supplier will contact the Subject within 15 minutes of the alert and visit the Subject within 4 hours of the alert to check the equipment. The Supplier will replace any equipment during this visit • If the Supplier believes the reported violation may be a false negative, the Supplier must identify the cause and take steps to rectify the problem within a period of 24 hours from the time the violation was detected. If the equipment in the specified place requires maintenance or replacement, this must be carried out during a curfew period within 24 hours of the occurrence of the suspected violation. • If the Subject is in police custody in which case failure to comply with a curfew will not be treated as a violation. For other violations: • If the absence persists for 5 minutes or more, the Supplier must telephone the subject within 15 minutes to attempt to ascertain the whereabouts of the Subject. If the person responding claims to be the subject, the identity of the Subject must be confirmed • If the Subject cannot be contacted the Supplier will make further attempts to make contact until the earlier of the end of the curfew period or the threshold for before a violation must be reported (see below) • If there is no answer to either of these telephone calls or if the person answering the telephone states that the subject is present but cannot answer the telephone, a violation must be assumed Version: 1.0 Page 45 of 73 23 March 2005

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If a violation is caused by any damage or failure to monitoring equipment located at the Subject’s address the Supplier will visit the Subject to check the equipment If a visit is required to confirm that a female Subject is at the curfew address the visit may be conducted by a male officer if the officer is not required to enter the premises. If the Subject is unable to come to the door of the premises a female officer must accompany the male officer throughout the visit The Supplier will not: o Visit outside curfew hours unless the Subject has agreed in advance; or o Visit between midnight and 6 am except to follow up tamper violations. If the Supplier identifies a violation of the monitoring requirement the Supplier will either issue a warning to the Subject (in the event of a less serious violation) or initiate Breach proceedings (in the event of a serious violation).

The following represent less serious Violations: • One or more curfew violations whose total length amounts to a period of two hours • Any tamper violation apart from removal of equipment fitted to the Subject or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment • Each instance where a Subject has not provided notice or sufficient notice to the Supplier in respect of any authorised absences. The following represent serious Violations: • One or more Curfew violations whose total length amounts to the lesser of an entire curfew period or a period of four hours • A second tamper violation, or any removal of equipment fitted to the Subject, or damage causing the non-functioning of any part of the equipment • Physical assault on or a threat of violence to any of the Supplier’s staff; • Withdrawal of consent, where applicable, at any time to a curfew licence.

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5.2 Violation reported below threshold for a warning Supplier Where an investigation into an apparent violation identifies a violation that is insufficient to require a warning the Supplier will record the violation details. You will receive the following information from: • A Central System alert You will provide the following information to: • The Subject’s Central System record is updated to record the violation As soon as the investigation is complete

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If the Police have indicated to the Supplier that they are investigating the Subject the Supplier is permitted to contact the local Police Force by telephone to report confirmed violations. This will happen in exceptional cases where an agreement has been made at a local level between the Supplier and local Police Force for such an arrangement involving a named Subject. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 5.3 Supplier issues warning to Subject Supplier If the Supplier confirms the violation and it is a less serious violation for the Subject the Supplier will issue a warning letter to the Subject, copied to the Probation Service/YOT You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a less serious violation

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You will provide the following information to: • Warning Letter sent to the Subject with a copy to the Offender Manager for those Subjects under Probation Service/YOT supervision The warning letter must be delivered within 24 hours of confirmation of the violation

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The Supplier will send a written warning letter which must be delivered by either first class post or personal delivery.

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5.4 Supplier reports breach Supplier If the Supplier confirms the violation and it is a serious violation for the Subject then the Supplier will report the violation to ERRS You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a serious violation You will provide the following information to: • Breach Report to ERRS with a copy to the Offender Manager for those Subjects under Probation service/YOT supervision Within 24 hours of Subject violating the curfew where this triggers breach conditions

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The Supplier will: • Include in the violation report all details, including dates and times of any relevant absences, to substantiate the Breach • Continue to monitor the Subject until the earlier of an amendment to the sentence or Licence is confirmed or the Subject is confirmed as returned to custody or the expiry date of the Licence.

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Stage 6. Breach of HDC Licence

6.1 Supplier produces Breach Report or Failure to Monitor Report, plus Compliance History

ERRS decides to revoke or amend Licence Licence amended

Licence revoked

6.2 ERRS issues Revocation notice

6.4 ERRS inform supplier of decision not to revoke Licence

6.3 National Identification Service update PNC

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6.5 Prison liaises with Supplier on variation to Licence

6.6 Probation Service/YOT provides assessment of Variation to Licence

6.7 Prison Governor issues amended Licence

6.8 Supplier confirms with Subject receipt of amended Licence

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The detailed processes within Stage 6 – Breach of HDC Licence are:

Process Reference Process Name

6.1 Supplier produces Breach Report or Failure to Monitor Report, plus Compliance History Supplier For breaches of the curfew conditions under section 38 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 255 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 the Supplier provides a breach report or a failure to monitor report to inform ERRS of the breach. The breach report should be produced when the Subject’s violation is a serious violation. The Supplier also provides details of the subject’s history of compliance with the curfew conditions. This information will be used to assess the action to be taken as the outcome of the breach

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You will receive the following information from: • Central System violation alert that is a serious violation You will provide the following information to: • Breach Report to ERRS and the Probation service/YOT if the Subject is under Probation service/YOT supervision • Failure to Monitor Report to ERRS and the Probation service/YOT The Breach Report must be delivered by 5pm of the day of the breach or 10am the next morning if the breach occurs after 4pm. The Failure to Monitor Report must be delivered within 24 hours of the failure. A second report must be provided after 5 days if the Subject still cannot be monitored

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The Supplier will provide all details of the Subject curfew record. This includes details of compliance, violations, requests for variations, equipment tamper alerts, inability to monitor dates and dates of telephone communications with the Subject. The Supplier will continue to monitor the Subject until the earlier of an amendment to the sentence or Licence is confirmed or the Subject is confirmed as returned to custody or the expiry date of the Licence.

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history. If the violation is agreed to be a breach ERRS issue a Revocation Order. ERRS fax the Revocation Order to National Identification Service to update PNC and copy the Revocation Order to other agencies. Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the Supplier • Failure to Monitor Report from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Revocation Order to the National Identification Service, the releasing prison, local Police Force Control Room, the Offender Manager and the Supplier As soon as the decision is made.

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The Revocation Order is issued for failure to comply with Licence orders only. A Revocation Notice will not be issued if the Supplier is unable to monitor the subject due to difficulties operating the monitoring equipment at the curfew address. The Revocation Order must include details of the Subject’s Licence and must set out reasons for the breach. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 6.3 National Identification Service update PNC National Identification Service National Identification Service receive the warrant of revocation and update PNC records for the Subject to record that the warrant has been issued. The PNC record can then be accessed by the local Police Force to arrest the Subject and return him/her to custody You will receive the following information from: • Revocation Order from ERRS You will provide the following information to: • Update to Subject PNC record for Subject As soon as possible

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6.4 ERRS inform Supplier of decision not to revoke Licence ERRS ERRS verifies details of the breach with the Supplier and liaises with the Offender Manager and prison HDC Clerk to discuss the Subject’s compliance history. ERRS may decide that the Licence should continue under present conditions, normally when the Subject has provided an acceptable reason for Page 51 of 73 23 March 2005

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the breach. Alternatively ERRS may decide to look for an amendment to the Licence, usually to change the Subject’s curfew address to allow the Subject to remain out of custody Inputs / Sources You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the Supplier • Failure to Monitor Report from the Supplier You will provide the following information to: • Telephone call to the Supplier to confirm that it has been decided not to revoke the Licence • ERRS will telephone the HDC Desk Clerk at the releasing prison to request consideration of the Licence variation • ERRS will telephone the Offender Manager to request consideration of the Licence variation Within 24 hours of receipt of the violation report

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ERRS will provide the following information to the prison HDC Desk Clerk and the Offender Manager: • Name and address of the Subject • Conditions of the Licence • Details of the failure to install or breach. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 6.5 Prison liaises with Supplier on variation to Licence Prison HDC Clerk The Prison HDC Clerk provides views on whether a change to Licence conditions is acceptable You will receive the following information from: • A telephone call from ERRS to request consideration of the Licence variation You will provide the following information to: • HDC (3) to the Prison Governor at the releasing prison Within 1 day of receipt

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The rules and procedures regarding revocations are set out in Chapter 9 of Prison Service Order number 6700.

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Probation Service/YOT provides assessment of variation to Licence Probation Service/YOT Probation Service/YOT advises on the suitability of a variation to the Licence including the suitability of an alternative address for monitoring the Subject during curfew You will receive the following information from: • HDC (8) from ERRS to request consideration of the Licence variation You will provide the following information to: • Completed HDC (8) to Prison HDC Clerk As requested (not normally less than 48 hours)

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In exceptional circumstances the Offender Manager may contact the Supplier to request advice on the suitability of the proposed alternative address. Guidelines covering what should be included in risk assessments and how they should be conducted is set out in Section C of the National Standards 2002 supplemented by guidelines set out in Probation Circular 33/2003. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 6.7 Governor issues amended Licence Prison Governor After taking advice from the HDC Desk Clerk and the Probation Service/YOT about the acceptability of amended curfew conditions the Prison Governor decides whether to accept the Licence variation. If accepted an amended Licence is issued which sets out the new conditions for the Subject’s curfew. Issue of the new Licence provides the Supplier with authority to install or change any monitoring equipment You will receive the following information from: • HDC (8) from the Probation Service/YOT • HDC (3) from the Prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • Amended Licence to the Supplier, Probation Service/YOT, ERRS, the local Police Force and the National Identification Service if the amendment is accepted • HDC11 to the Subject, Supplier, Probation Service/YOT, ERRS, the local Police Force and the National Identification Service if the amendment is rejected As soon as the decision is made Page 53 of 73 23 March 2005

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If the Subject is transferred from an area managed by one Supplier to an area managed by another Supplier the Prison HDC Clerk must issue the amended Licence to the Suppliers in both the old and new area. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 6.8 Supplier confirms with Subject receipt of amended Licence Supplier The Supplier ensures that the Subject understands the conditions of the amended Licence, installs any new equipment required at a new curfew address if required, confirms that the Subject is willing and capable of complying with the new conditions and obtains the Subject’s signature to confirm the amended terms You will receive the following information from: • Amended Licence from the releasing prison You will provide the following information to: • Faxed copy of signed licence to the Prison that issued the Licence Within 24 hours of receiving Licence

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The Supplier will follow the rules set out in section 4.8 to confirm the amended Licence The Supplier will begin monitoring the Subject under the conditions of the amended Licence with immediate effect on receipt of the amended Licence.

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Stage 7. Breach of Other Conditions of Licence

7.1 Police charge Subject with “Further Charges” , notify Supplier

7.3 Probation Service/ YOT identify Subject breach of other Licence conditions, notify ERRS

7.4 Police request Licence revocation if risk of serious harm to public

7.2 Supplier notifies ERRS that the Subject has been charged

ERRS decides to revoke Licence or not Licence not revoked

Licence revoked

7.5 ERRS issues Revocation notice

7.7 ERRS inform supplier of decision not to revoke Licence

7.6 National Identification Service update PNC

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The detailed processes within Stage 7 – Breach of Other Conditions of Licence are:

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

7.1 Police charge Subject with “Further Charges”, notify Supplier Local Police Force Arresting Officer or Custody Officer, depending on local arrangements For curfew breaches under section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 the local Police Force inform the Supplier that the Subject has been charged. The term “Further Charges” describes a charge for offences that are not related to the curfew conditions. You will receive the following information from: • Nothing unless the Subject informs the Police of HDC Licence You will provide the following information to: • The Charge Sheet will be faxed or emailed using secure email to the Supplier • Details of release from custody, including release on bail to the Supplier When the Subject is charged or released on bail

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The Arresting Officer or Custody Officer will inform the Supplier that the Subject has been charged and of any action taken i.e. to retain the Subject in custody or release on bail. The Charge Sheet will provide reasons for the charge. If the Subject is released on bail the Arresting Officer or Custody Officer will inform the Supplier to enable monitoring to continue. Process Reference Process Name 7.2 Supplier notifies ERRS and the Offender Manager that the Subject has been charged Supplier The Supplier stops monitoring the Subject while the Subject is in police custody and informs ERRS that the Subject has been charged You will receive the following information from: • Charge Sheet from the Police You will provide the following information to: • Phone, fax or email request for Breach Action to be initiated to ERRS and the Subject’s Offender Manager • Curfew History to ERRS and the Subject’s Offender Manager As soon as the Subject is charged Page 56 of 73 23 March 2005

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The Supplier’s activity report will contain all details of the Subject’s curfew record including details of compliance, violations, requests for variations, equipment tamper alerts, inability to monitor dates and dates of telephone communications with the Subject. In some circumstances the Offender Manager may inform ERRS that the Subject has been taken into custody. In this situation ERRS will telephone the Supplier and request an Activity Report. Process Reference Process Name 7.3 Probation Service/YOT identify Subject breach of other Licence conditions, notify ERRS Probation Service/YOT Probation Service/YOT sends a notification of the breach to ERRS, outlines the nature of the breach and requests recall You will receive the following information from: • Information related to breach of other Licence conditions from another monitoring agency You will provide the following information to: • Notification of breach, Licence, pre-conviction information and the Pre-Sentence Report to ERRS The verbal request to recall the prisoner should be made as soon as considered necessary. This must be followed by fax / email confirmation within 24 hours of the verbal request

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7.4 Police request Licence revocation if risk of serious harm to public Local Police Force Local Police Force request breach action under Section 38 A(1)(c) of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (following consultation with the Probation Service/YOT where appropriate) You will receive the following information from: • Intelligence reports which indicate Subject may cause harm You will provide the following information to: • Fax or email request for breach action to ERRS and to the Probation Service/YOT As soon as required

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The request for breach action must include: • HDC reference for the Subject • Subject name and address • Details of the concerns that the local Police Force has regarding the Subject. The local Police Force may request a revocation of the Licence based on their own intelligence relating to the Subject but also if they receive information from other agencies e.g. social workers with an interest in individuals at the Subject address for child protection or domestic violence reasons. The circumstances under which the local Police Force may request a revocation of the Licence are not defined but can include a risk that the Subject may commit a serious offence, risk that the Subject may cause serious harm to themselves or to others or if the Subject is interfering with witnesses in other cases being investigated. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 7.5 ERRS issues Revocation notice ERRS ERRS verifies details of the breach with the Supplier and liaises with the Offender Manager and Prison HDC Clerk to discuss the Subject’s compliance history. If the violation is agreed to be a breach ERRS issue a Revocation Order. ERRS fax the Revocation Order to National Identification Service to update PNC and copy the Revocation Order to other agencies. You will receive the following information from: • Phone, fax or email request for Breach Action where the Subject has been charged with Further Charges from the Police • Notification of breach, Licence, pre-conviction information and the Pre-Sentence Report where the Probation Service/YOT has identified that the Subject has breached other Licence conditions from the Probation Service/YOT • Fax or email request for breach action where the local Police Force request breach action under Section 38 A(1)(c) of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 from the Police • Activity Report from the Supplier • Charge Sheet from the local Police Force that has charged the Subject You will provide the following information to: • Revocation Order to the National Identification Service, the releasing prison, local Police Force Control Room, the Offender Manager and the Supplier • For Subjects who have breached other Licence conditions, as notified by the Probation Service/YOT, ERRS send the recall dossier and Revocation Order to the Parole Board at the same time. The Revocation Order is also faxed to the National Identification Service. The Revocation Order must be issued within 24 hours (or 2 hours if the breach is reported as an emergency).

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The Revocation Order is normally faxed to the National Identification Service. If the Subject is arrested and charged with Further Charges: • The Supplier will submit the Activity Report at the same time as the request for breach. • ERRS must check with the local Police Force that the Subject has been charged with an offence before the Revocation Order can be issued • ERRS will request the local Police Force to fax a copy of the charge sheet to them. If the request for breach comes from the Probation Service/YOT because the Subject has breached other Licence conditions ERRS will request an Activity Report from the Supplier for the Subject after the request for breach has been received. ERRS prepare the recall dossier and send this to the Parole Board before drawing up the Revocation Order.

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7.6 Police update PNC National Identification Service National Identification Service receive the warrant of revocation and update PNC records for the Subject to record that the warrant has been issued. The PNC record can then be accessed by the local Police Force to arrest the Subject and return him/her to custody. You will receive the following information from: • Revocation Order from ERRS You will provide the following information to: • Update to Subject PNC record for Subject As soon as possible

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7.7 ERRS inform Supplier of decision not to revoke Licence ERRS ERRS verifies details of the breach with the Supplier and liaises with the Offender Manager and prison HDC Clerk to discuss the Subject’s compliance history. If ERRS decide not to revoke the Licence they will inform the Supplier that monitoring should continue under existing Licence conditions. You will receive the following information from: • Breach Report from the Supplier

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You will provide the following information to: • Telephone call to the Supplier and the Offender Manager to confirm that it has been decided not to revoke the Licence Within 24 hours of receipt of the breach report

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8.1 Police Force receive notification that the Subject is unlawfully at large after Licence revocation

8.2 Supplier removes EM equipment from Subject address

8.3 Police return Subject to prison and provide notification of return

8.4 Prison provides Notification that Prisoner returned

8.5 ERRS sends recall dossier to Prison

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The detailed processes within Stage 8 Return to Prison are: Process Reference Process Name 8.1 Police Force receive notification that the Subject is unlawfully at large after Licence revocation Local Police Force The local Police Force receives notification that the Subject has breached the Licence and should be returned to custody. The Arresting Officer at the Police Force obtains the Warrant for Arrest details from PNC and contacts the Supplier to advise that the Subject is to be taken back into custody. You will receive the following information from: • Warrant for Arrest from PNC You will provide the following information to: • Phone or fax to nearest suitable prison to agree return • Phone or fax to Supplier to provide details of time to arrest Subject As soon as the Subject has been arrested

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Depending on local arrangements the local Police Force may arrange for both parties to attend the Subject’s address to remove monitoring equipment at the time of arrest or the local Police Force will inform the Supplier when the Subject has been taken back into custody to arrange for the Supplier to visit and remove the monitoring equipment. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 8.2 Supplier removes EM equipment from Subject address Supplier Normally, the Supplier attends the Subject’s address when the Police take the Subject into custody and recovers all equipment from the curfew address. You will receive the following information from: • Revocation Order from ERRS • Phone or fax from the Supplier with details of the time that the Subject will be arrested You will provide the following information to: • None When the revocation notice is received

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The Supplier will stop monitoring the Subject immediately the revocation notice is received. The Supplier will remove equipment in accordance with the procedure set out in Section 10.1.

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Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

8.3 Police return Subject to prison and provide notification of return Local Police Force The local Police Force will arrest the Subject and arrange for his/her return to the local prison. The local Police Force will arrange with Prison Escort Contractors to return the Subject to prison together with the Prison Escort Record and a copy of the Revocation Order to the prison. (In some cases Police may return Subject to the local prison themselves) You will receive the following information from: • Warrant for Arrest from PNC You will provide the following information to: • Copy of Revocation Order is handed over to the Prison HDC Clerk when the Subject is returned • The Arresting Officer will enter a Detained Report on PNC to confirm that the Subject has been returned to custody As soon as possible

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The Arresting Police Officer will: • Return the Subject to prison himself / herself or take the Subject into police custody and telephone the Prison Escort Contractor to arrange for the Subject’s return with details of the prison where the Subject is being sent to • Provide a copy of the Warrant for Arrest to the Prison with the Subject on his/her return to custody • Enter a Detained Report on PNC to confirm that the Subject has been returned to custody. The National Identification Service will remove the Revocation Order from PNC on receipt of the Detained Report from the Arresting Officer that confirms that the Subject has been returned to custody.

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8.4 Prison provides Notification that prisoner returned Prison HDC Clerk The Prison will confirm that the prisoner has been accepted back into custody and will inform ERRS that the prisoner has been received. The Prison Governor will also request the papers to explain the reasons for the prisoner’s return to custody and the appeal papers You will receive the following information from: • Revocation Order of the Licence for the Subject from the Arresting Police Officer Page 63 of 73 23 March 2005

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You will provide the following information to: • Phone call to confirm prisoner received to Local Police Force • PUHDC(6) (confirmation that Subject returned to custody) to ERRS Immediately upon confirmation request from police

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Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

8.5 ERRS sends recall dossier to Prison ERRS ERRS will prepare a recall dossier for the Subject on receipt of confirmation that the Subject has been returned to custody. The detailed process differs for recalls under section 38 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 255 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and recalls under section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. You will receive the following information from: • PUHDC (6) from the prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • See below. Both recall dossiers will be sent to the prison that is holding the Subject Within 36 hours of notification

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For recalls under section 38 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 255 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 ERRS will prepare the following standard forms and create a recall dossier that will be sent to the prison that is holding the Subject • • PUHDC (7), PUHDC (8) and PUHDC (9) – these are Appeal Papers to be handed to the Subject if he / she wants to lodge an appeal Monitoring report from the Supplier that sets out details of the breach.

Section 38 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 and Section 255 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 cover recalls for breach of curfew conditions or inability to monitor the Subject. Section 38 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 also allows for recall if it is necessary to do so to protect the public from serious harm from the Subject. If a Subject has been recalled due to a breach of other Licence conditions under section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 the recall dossier is produced by ERRS when the Revocation Order is raised (see 7.5 above) For recalls under section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 or section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 ERRS will prepare the following standard forms and create a recall dossier that will be sent to the prison that is holding the Subject. • • Cover memorandum setting out procedures to provide the prisoner with appeal papers Confirmation of Disclosure or Recall Dossier / Representations against Recall Page 64 of 73 23 March 2005

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An acknowledgement letter for completion to signify that the Subject has received the recall dossier Details of the prisoners court hearing dates

Section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 and Section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 cover recalls where the Subject breaches non-curfew related licence conditions. Details of these documents are set out in the document “Home Detention Curfew – Administrative Officer Desknotes” The document can be obtained from the Early Release and Recall Section.

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

8.6 Prison provides prisoner with recall dossier Prison HDC Clerk The Prison HDC Clerk receives the standard Recall dossier from ERRS that includes the papers for the prisoner to complete if an appeal is to be lodged. The Prison HDC Clerk confirms with the prisoner that the recall dossier has been received and obtains the prisoner’s signature on the HDC(8). The signed HDC (8) is sent to ERRS. You will receive the following information from: • Recall dossier from ERRS (see 8.5 for content of dossier) You will provide the following information to: • PUHDC (8) part 1 to ERRS PUHDC (8) must be returned to ERRS within 1 working day of receipt from the prisoner

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9.1 Prison provides prisoners representations for appeal 9.2 Probation Service/ YOT provides risk management plan Section 254 breach Section 255 breach

9.3 ERRS sends recall dossier to Parole Board

Parole Board decide on appeal

ERRS decide on appeal

Appeal rejected

Appeal accepted

9.4 ERRS sends notification of unsuccessful appeal to Prison

9.6 ERRS sends notification of successful appeal to Prison

9.5 Prison inform Subject and supplier of unsuccessful appeal

9.7 Prison provides new Licence

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The detailed processes within Stage 9 – Appeals and Return to HDC are:

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

9.1 Prison provides prisoners representations for appeal Prison HDC Clerk If the prisoner decides to appeal against his return to custody he/she will complete HDC (8) and present the form to the Prison HDC Clerk. This may involve the prisoner’s legal representative. The Prison HDC Clerk collects the prisoners HDC (8) and any other representations to be used as the basis for appeal and presents it in the appropriate format. You will receive the following information from: • PUHDC (8) part II completed by the Subject You will provide the following information to: • PUHDC (8) to ERRS and Probation Service/YOT • Prisoner’s representations to ERRS and Probation Service/YOT Within 1 working day of receiving representations

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Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

9.2 Probation Service/YOT provides Risk Management Plan Probation service/YOT For a section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 breach the Offender Manager will prepare a Risk Management Plan. This will be used by the Parole Board to determine whether the Subject should be re-released You will receive the following information from: • PUHDC (8) from the Prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • Risk Management Plan to ERRS

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Timing The Risk Management Plan will contain: • An assessment of the likelihood that the Subject will breach the Licence again • An assessment of the suitability of the proposed curfew address if the Subject is re-released

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9.3 ERRS sends recall dossier to Parole Board ERRS The recall dossier (see 8.5 above) is sent to the Parole Board who are assessing the suitability of re-releasing the prisoner You will receive the following information from: • PUHDC (8) from the prison • Prisoner’s representations from the prison • Risk Management Plan from the Probation Service/YOT You will provide the following information to: • Recall dossier to the Parole Board As requested 9.4 ERRS sends notification of unsuccessful appeal to Prison ERRS For appeals against section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 breaches the Parole Board decide whether to accept the appeal or not and inform ERRS of the outcome of the appeal. For appeals against section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 breaches the appeal is considered by the ERRS (HDC Appeals Team) If the appeal is rejected ERRS send a notification of the outcome of the appeal to the prison

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You will receive the following information from: • For an appeal against a section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 breach ERRS receive a notification from the Parole Board setting out the outcome of the appeal with the reasons for rejecting the appeal • For an appeal against a section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 breach ERRS receive the PUHDC (8) from the Prison HDC Clerk You will provide the following information to: • For appeals against both section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 and section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 breaches a letter setting out the outcome of the appeal and the reasons for rejecting the appeal is sent to the Prison HDC Clerk, the Probation Service/YOT and the Subject’s legal representative. On day of decision Page 68 of 73 23 March 2005

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9.5 Prison inform Subject and Supplier of unsuccessful appeal Prison Governor The Prison Governor informs the Supplier and the Subject that the appeal has been unsuccessful and the Subject will be retained in custody You will receive the following information from: • A letter setting out the outcome of the appeal and the reasons for rejecting the appeal from ERRS You will provide the following information to: • The letter setting out the outcome of the appeal and the reasons for rejecting the appeal will be issued to the Subject and sent to the Supplier to close the Subject record As soon as possible

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Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

9.6 ERRS sends notification of successful appeal to Prison ERRS For appeals against section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 breaches the Parole Board notify ERRS who then send a letter by fax to the prison stating that the appeal has been accepted, setting out the reasons for accepting the appeal and requesting the prisoner should be released immediately. For appeals against section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 breaches the appeal is considered by the ERRS (HDC Appeals Team) ERRS send a letter setting out the outcome of the successful appeal to the prison in both cases

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You will receive the following information from: • For section 39 CJA 1991 or section 254 CJA 2003 breaches a letter from the Parole Board setting out reasons why the appeal has been agreed • For an appeal against a section 38 CJA 1991 or section 255 CJA 2003 breach ERRS receive the PUHDC (8) and prisoner’s representations from the prison

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A letter setting out the outcome of the appeal and the reasons for accepting the appeal to the prison

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Within 24 hours of notification that the appeal has been successful

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description Inputs / Sources

9.7 Prison provides new Licence Prison Governor Prison Governor issues a new Licence to the prisoner You will receive the following information from: • A letter setting out the outcome of the appeal and the reasons for accepting the appeal from ERRS You will provide the following information to: • Licence to the Subject, Supplier, Probation Service/YOT and local Police Force The Licence will be issued on the day that HDC re-commences

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Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

9.8 Supplier installs new equipment Supplier The Supplier installs any equipment at the curfew address on the Licence using the same procedures as in section 2.2. You will receive the following information from: • Licence from the releasing prison You will provide the following information to: • Curfew records if the Subject is transferred from one area to another to the Supplier for the new area for the Subject The new equipment must be installed before the end of the Subject’s first curfew period Subject records must be transferred to the new Supplier before the Subject’s first curfew period

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The Supplier will install any new equipment required following the procedures set out in section 2.2.

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10.1 Supplier removes EM equipment

10.2 Supplier provides Completed Curfew Report

10.3 National Identification Service updates PNC

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The detailed processes within Stage 10 – Completion of HDC are: Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 10.1 Supplier removes EM equipment Supplier On completion of the Licence the Supplier visits the Subject’s premises and removes all electronic monitoring equipment. You will receive the following information from: • The Central System will provide the date of the end of the Licence You will provide the following information to: • The member of staff who completes the removal of equipment will provide details of the visit for inclusion in the Completed Curfew Report All equipment will be removed during the Subject’s last curfew period unless the Subject agrees that removal can be completed outside the curfew period

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The Supplier will: • Schedule a visit to remove equipment in advance of the visit • Other than for equipment removal at the end of the Licence curfew period, the Supplier will acknowledge receipt of an emailed request to remove equipment within 15 minutes of receipt of the request. Faxed revocation notices will be acknowledged by telephone within 2 hours • Invite the Subject to claim for any running costs of electronic monitoring equipment. Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description 10.2 Supplier provides Completed Curfew Report Supplier The Supplier prepares a Completed Curfew Report to summarise the Subject’s record. You will receive the following information from: • The Central System will provide the date of the end of the Licence • The Supplier’s officer who attends the equipment decommissioning visit will advise on the success of the visit You will provide the following information to: • Completed Curfew Report to the Probation Service/YOT Within 24 hours of completion

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The Completed Curfew Report will be sent to the Offender Manager using secure email or fax.

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The Completed Curfew Report will include: • Confirmation that the equipment has been successfully removed • A summary of the Subject’s violation record.

Process Reference Process Name Responsibility Process Description

10.3 National Identification Service updates PNC National Identification Service On completion of the Licence, indicated by the end date of the curfew period National Identification Service close the Subject’s HDC record on PNC You will receive the following information from: • None You will provide the following information to: • Closed PNC record When the Curfew Period is complete

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National Identification Service close the Subject file when the curfew end date is passed. No notification that the Curfew is complete is required

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ANNEX A – PRISON CONTACTS
ESTABLISHMENTS IN ENGLAND AND WALES PRISON HMP ACKLINGTON HMP ALBANY HMP ALTCOURSE * HMP/YOI ASHFIELD* HMP ASHFORD see HMP BRONZEFIELD HMP ASHWELL HMP/YOI ASKHAM GRANGE HMYOI AYLESBURY HMP BEDFORD HMP BELMARSH HMP BIRMINGHAM HMP BLAKENHURST ADDRESS MORPETH, Northumberland, NE65 9XF NEWPORT, Isle of Wight, PO30 5RS Higher Lane, Fazakerley, LIVERPOOL, L9 7LH Shortwood Road, Pucklechurch BRISTOL, BS16 9QJ TELEPHONE (01670) 762300 (01983) 556300 (0151) 522 2000 (0117) 303 8000 FAX (01670) 762301 (01983) 556332 (0151) 522 2121 (0117) 303 8001

HMP BLANTYRE HOUSE HMP BLUNDESTON HMP/YOI BRINSFORD HMP BRISTOL HMP BRIXTON HMP BROCKHILL

OAKHAM, Rutland, LE15 7LF Askham Richard, YORK, YO23 3FT Bierton Road, AYLESBURY, Bucks, HP20 1EH St. Loyes Street, BEDFORD, MK40 1HG Western Way, Thamesmead, LONDON SE28 0EB Winson Green Road, BIRMINGHAM, B18 4AS Hewell Lane, REDDITCH, Worcestershire, B97 6QS Goudhurst, CRANBROOK, Kent, TN17 2NH LOWESTOFT, Suffolk, NR32 5BG New Road, Featherstone, WOLVERHAMPTON, WV10 7PY 19 Cambridge Road, Horfield, BRISTOL, BS7 8PS P O Box 369, Jebb Avenue, LONDON, SW2 5XF REDDITCH, Worcs, B97 6RD

(01572) 774100 (01904) 772000 (01296) 444000 (01234) 373000 (020) 8331 4400 (0121) 345 2500 (01527) 400500

(01572) 774101 (01904) 772001 (01296) 444001 (01234) 273568 (020) 8331 4401 (0121) 345 2501 (01527) 400501

(01580) 213200 (01502) 734500 (01902) 532450 (0117) 372 3100 (020) 8588 6000 (01527) 552650

(01580) 213201 (01502) 734501 (01902) 532451 (0117) 372 3101 (020) 8588 6283 (01527) 552651

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Home Office PRISON HMP BRONZEFIELD * (Opening June 2004) HMP BUCKLEY HALL HMP BULLINGDON HMP/YOI BULLWOOD HALL HMP CAMP HILL HMP CANTERBURY HMP/RC CARDIFF HMP/YOI CASTINGTON HMP CHANNINGS WOOD HMP/YOI CHELMSFORD HMP COLDINGLEY HMP COOKHAM WOOD HMP DARTMOOR HMYOI DEERBOLT

Home Detention Curfew ADDRESS Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex TW15 3JZ Buckley Road, ROCHDALE, Lancs, OL12 9DP P O Box 50, BICESTER, Oxon, OX25 1WD High Road, HOCKLEY, Essex, SS5 4TE NEWPORT, Isle of Wight, PO30 5PB 46 Longport, CANTERBURY, Kent, CT1 1PJ Knox Road, CARDIFF, CF24 0UG MORPETH, Northumberland, NE65 9XG Denbury, NEWTON ABBOTT, Devon, TQ12 6DW 200 Springfield Road, CHELMSFORD, Essex, CM2 6LQ Bisley, WOKING, Surrey, GU24 9EX ROCHESTER, Kent, ME1 3LU Princetown, YELVERTON, Devon, PL20 6RR Bowes Road, BARNARD CASTLE, County Durham, DL12 9BG Off North Bridge, Marshgate, DONCASTER, South Yorkshire, DN5 8UX North Square, DORCHESTER, Dorset, DT1 1JD Uttoxeter, Staffordshire ST14 8XR The Citadel, Western Heights, DOVER, Kent, CT17 9DR Sutton Lane, SUTTON, Surrey, SM2 5PD TELEPHONE Enquiries to UKDS HQ 020 7725 7210 (01706) 514300 (01869) 353100 (01702) 562800 (01983) 554600 (01227) 862800 (02920) 923100 (01670) 382100 (01803) 814600 (01245) 272000 (01483) 804300 (01634) 202500 (01822) 892000 (01833) 633200 FAX

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(01706) 514399 (01869) 353101 (01702) 562801 (01983) 554761 (01227) 862801 (02920) 923101 (01670) 382101 (01803) 814601 (01245) 272001 (01483) 804427 (01634) 202501 (01822) 892001 (01833) 633201

HMP/YOI DONCASTER * HMP DORCHESTER HMP DOVEGATE* IRC DOVER HMP DOWNVIEW

(01302) 760870

(01302) 760851

(01305) 214500 (01283) 820000 (01304) 246400 (020) 8929 3300

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Home Office PRISON HMP/YOI DRAKE HALL HMP DURHAM HMP/YOI EAST SUTTON PARK HMP/YOI EASTWOOD PARK HMP EDMUNDS HILL (previously HMP Highpoint North and HMP North Ridge) HMP ELMLEY

Home Detention Curfew ADDRESS ECCLESHALL, Staffordshire, ST21 6LQ Old Elvet, DURHAM, DH1 3HU Sutton Valence, MAIDSTONE, Kent, ME17 3DF Falfield, WOTTONUNDER-EDGE, Gloucestershire, GL12 8DB Stradishall, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 9YN TELEPHONE (01785) 858100 (0191) 332 3400 (01622) 845000 (01454) 382100

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(01440) 823100

(01440) 823097

Church Road, EASTCHURCH, Sheerness,Kent, ME12 4AY DEVIZES, Wiltshire, HMP ERLESTOKE SN10 5TU BROUGH, East HMP EVERTHORPE Yorkshire, HU15 1RB New North Road, HMP/YOI EXETER EXETER, Devon, EX4 4EX HMP FEATHERSTONE New Road, Wolverhampton, Staffs, WV10 7PU Bedfont Road, HMP/YOI FELTHAM FELTHAM, Middlesex, TW13 4ND ARUNDEL, West HMP FORD Sussex, BN18 0BX Agecroft Road, HMP/YOI FOREST Pendlebury, BANK* MANCHESTER, M27 8FB Foston, HMP FOSTON HALL DERBY,Derbyshire, DE65 5DN Brasside, DURHAM, HMP FRANKLAND DH1 5YD Full Sutton, YORK, HMP FULL SUTTON YO41 1PS Ulnes Walton Lane, HMP GARTH Leyland, PRESTON, Lancashire, PR26 8NE

(01795) 882000

(01795) 882101

(01380) 814250 (01430) 426500 (01392) 415650 (01902) 703000 (020) 8844 5000 (01903) 663000 (0161) 925 7000

(01380) 814273 (01430) 426501 (01392) 415691 (01902) 703001 (020) 8844 5001 (01903) 663001 (0161) 925 7001

(01283) 584300 (0191) 332 3000 (01759) 375100 (01772) 443300

(01283) 584301 (0191) 332 3001 (01759) 371206 (01772) 443301

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Home Detention Curfew ADDRESS Gallow Field Road, MARKET HARBOROUGH, Leicestershire, LE16 7RP Tigers Road, Wigston, LEICESTER, LE8 4TN Barrack Square, GLOUCESTER, GL1 2JN Grendon Underwood, AYLESBURY, Bucks, HP18 0TL SHAFTESBURY, Dorset, SP7 0AH 2 Dolphin Way, GOSPORT, Hampshire, PO12 2AW TELEPHONE (01858) 436600

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HMYOI/RC GLEN PARVA HMP/YOI GLOUCESTER HMP GRENDON

(0116) 264 3100 (01452) 453000 (01296) 443000 (01747) 856400 (02392) 604000

(0116) 264 3000 (01452) 453001 (01296) 443001 (01747) 856401 (02392) 604001

HMP/YOI GUYS MARSH IRC HASLAR (Immigration Removal Centre) HMYOI HATFIELD (now HMP/YOI Moorland) MILLOM, Cumbria, HMP HAVERIGG LA18 4NA REDDITCH, Worcs, HMP HEWELL B97 6QQ GRANGE Sutton Lane, SUTTON, HMP HIGH DOWN Surrey, SM2 5PJ Stradishall, HMP HIGHPOINT NEWMARKET, (previously HMP Suffolk, CB8 9YG Highpoint South) Gibson Street, HMYOI HINDLEY Bickershaw, WIGAN, Lancashire, WN2 5TH WOODBRIDGE, HMP HOLLESLEY Suffolk, IP12 3JW BAY Parkhurst Road, HMP/YOI LONDON, N7 0NU HOLLOWAY Holme House Road, HMP HOLME HOUSE STOCKTON-ON-TEES, Cleveland, TS18 2QU Hedon Road, HULL, HMP HULL HU9 5LS Huntercombe Place, HMYOI Nuffield, HENLEY-ONHUNTERCOMBE THAMES, Oxfordshire, RG9 5SB 122 Milton Road, HMP KINGSTON PORTSMOUTH, Hampshire, PO3 6AS Freckleton Road, HMP KIRKHAM PRESTON, Lancashire, PR4 2RN

(01229) 713000 (01527) 552000 (020) 8722 6300 (01440) 823100 (01942) 855000 (01394) 412400 (020) 7979 4400 (01642) 744000 (01482) 282200 (01491) 643100

(01229) 713001 (01527) 552001 (020) 8722 6301 (01440) 823099 (01942) 855001 (01394) 410115 (020) 7979 4401 (01642) 744001 (01482) 282400 (01491) 643101

(023) 9289 1100 (01772) 675400

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Home Office PRISON HMP KIRKLEVINGTON GRANGE HMP LANCASTER HMP/YOI LANCASTER FARMS

Home Detention Curfew ADDRESS YARM, Cleveland, TS15 9PA The Castle, LANCASTER, Lancs, LA1 1YL Far Moor Lane, Stone Row Head, off Quernmore Road, LANCASTER, LA1 3QZ Church Road, Ham Common, RICHMOND, Surrey, TW10 5HH Armley, LEEDS, West Yorkshire, LS12 2TJ Welford Road, LEICESTER, LE2 7AJ Brighton Road, LEWES, East Sussex, BN7 1EA WOTTON-UNDEREDGE, Gloucestershire, GL12 8HL Greetwell Road, LINCOLN, LN2 4BD Bawtry Road, Hatfield Woodhouse, DONCASTER, DN7 6EE Perry, HUNTINGDON, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0SR 68 Hornby Road, LIVERPOOL, L9 3DF South Littleton, EVESHAM, Worcestershire, WR11 5TZ LOWDHAM Nottinghamshire, NG14 7DA Brasside, DURHAM, DH1 3YA 36 County Road, MAIDSTONE, Kent, ME14 1UZ Southall Street, MANCHESTER, M60 9AH TELEPHONE (01642) 792600 (01524) 385100 (01524) 563450

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HMP LATCHMERE HOUSE HMP LEEDS HMP LEICESTER HMP/YOI LEWES HMP LEYHILL HMP LINCOLN IRC LINDHOLME

(020) 8588 6650 (0113) 203 2600 (0116) 2283000 (01273) 405100 (01454) 264000 (01522) 663000 (01302) 524700

(020) 8588 6698 (0113) 203 2601 (0116) 2283001 (01273) 405101 (01454) 264001 (01522) 663001 (01302) 524620

HMP LITTLEHEY HMP LIVERPOOL HMP LONG LARTIN

(01480) 333000 (0151) 530 4000 (01386) 835100

(01480) 333070 (0151) 530 4001 (01386) 835101

HMP LOWDHAM GRANGE* HMYOI LOW NEWTON HMP MAIDSTONE HMP MANCHESTER

(0115) 966 9200 (0191) 376 4000 (01622) 775300 (0161) 8175600

(0115) 966 9220 (0191) 376 4001 (01622) 775301 (0161) 8175601

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(01405) 746500

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PRISON ADDRESS HMP/YOI MOORLAND Bawtry Road, Hatfield Woodhouse, CLOSED DONCASTER, South Yorkshire, DN7 6BW HMP MORTON HALL Swinderby, LINCOLN, LN6 9PT Molyneaux Avenue, HMP THE MOUNT Bovingdon, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, Herts, HP3 0NZ Dial Wood, Flockton, HMP/YOI NEW HALL WAKEFIELD, West Yorkshire, WF4 4XX 15A East Road, HMYOI NORTHALLERTON, NORTHALLERTON North Yorkshire, DL6 1NW Freiston, BOSTON, HMP NORTH SEA Lincolnshire, PE22 0QX CAMP Knox Road, NORWICH, HMP/YOI NORWICH Norfolk, NR1 4LU Perry Road, Sherwood, HMP NOTTINGHAM NOTTINGHAM, NG5 3AG Willoughby, RUGBY, HMYOI ONLEY Warwickshire, CV23 8AP Heol Hopcyn John, HMP/YOI PARC * BRIDGEND, MidGlamorgan, CF35 6AP NEWPORT, Isle of HMP PARKHURST Wight, PO30 5NX Caledonian Road, HMP PENTONVILLE LONDON, N7 8TT HMP PETERBOROUGH (opening March 2005) The Grove, HMYOI PORTLAND PORTLAND, Dorset, DT5 1DL Coed-y-Paen, Pontypool, HMP/YOI PRESCOED Gwent, NP14 0TD 2 Ribbleton Lane, HMP PRESTON PRESTON, Lancashire, PR1 5AB RETFORD, HMP RANBY Nottinghamshire, DN22 8EU Forbury Road, HMP/YOI READING READING, Berks, RG1 3HY

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(01522) 666750 (01442) 836301

(01924) 844200 (01609) 785100

(01924) 844201 (01609) 785101

(01205) 769300 (01603) 708600 (0115) 872 3000 (01788) 523400 (01656) 300200 (01983) 554000 (020) 7023 7000

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Home Office PRISON HMP RISLEY HMP ROCHESTER HMP RYE HILL* HMP SEND HMP SHEPTON MALLET HMP SHREWSBURY HMP SPRING HILL, HMP STAFFORD HMP STANDFORD HILL HMP STOCKEN

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(01780) 795100

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HMYOI STOKE HEATH HMP/YOI STYAL HMP SUDBURY HMP SWALESIDE

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(01630) 636001 (01625) 553001 (01283) 584001 (01795) 884200

HMP SWANSEA HMYOI SWINFEN HALL HMYOI THORN CROSS

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Home Office PRISON HMP USK HMP THE VERNE HMP WAKEFIELD HMP WANDSWORTH HMYOI WARREN HILL HMP WAYLAND HMP WEALSTUN HMP THE WEARE

Home Detention Curfew ADDRESS 47 Maryport Street, USK, Gwent, NP15 1XP The Verne, PORTLAND, Dorset, DT5 1EQ 5 Love Lane, WAKEFIELD, West Yorkshire, WF2 9AG PO Box 757, Heathfield Road, LONDON, SW18 3HS WOODBRIDGE, Suffolk, IP12 3JW Griston, THETFORD, Norfolk, IP25 6RL WETHERBY, West Yorkshire, LS23 7AZ Rotherham Road, Castletown, PORTLAND, Dorset, DT5 1PZ Millers Park, Doddington Road, WELLINGBOROUGH, Northants, NN8 2NH Werrington, STOKEON-TRENT, Staffordshire, ST9 0DX York Road, WETHERBY, West Yorkshire, LS22 5ED 14 Cromwell Road, NOTTINGHAM, NG13 9FQ Longhill Road, MARCH, Cambs, PE15 0PR Romsey Road, WINCHESTER, Hampshire, SO22 5DF Everthorpe, BROUGH, East Yorkshire, HU15 2JZ Tattenhoe Street, MILTON KEYNES, Bucks, MK4 4DA PO Box 757, Du Cane Road, LONDON, W12 0AE Ulnes Walton Lane, Leyland, PRESTON, PR26 8LW TELEPHONE (01291) 671600 (01305) 825000 (01924) 246000 (020) 8588 4000 (01394) 412400 (01953) 804100 (01937) 848500 (01305) 825400

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HMP WELLINGBOROUGH HMYOI WERRINGTON HMYOI WETHERBY HMP WHATTON HMP WHITEMOOR HMP WINCHESTER HMP WOLDS * HMP WOODHILL HMP WORMWOOD SCRUBS HMP WYMOTT

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HDC PRISON CONTACT DETAILS
PRISON ACKLINGTON ALBANY NAME DONNA CARRUTHERS JAN JONES BERNARD WISEMAN HELEN PARRY GAIL PHILPOTT GARY WILDING ANN CLEGG JENNY BROWN SIMON LYLE FRANCES BURNS ANDY BARBER MICHELE BOWLES SIOBHAN SMITH NADINE PERRY TERRI TONER ANDREW SMITH JEN CARR ANITA SMITH BOB MARSH KATIE COPE TRACEY WESLEY ROLE HDC CLERK E.O. DISCIPLINE SENIOR PROBATION OFFICE HDC CLERK HDC CLERK SENIOR PRACTITIONER LOCATION CUSTODY OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE TELEPHONE 01670 762 543 01983 556 325 01983-556 467 0151 522 2122 0117 303 8000 0117 303 8114 01572 774216 01572 774243 01904 772058 01904 772011 01904 772034 01296 444309 01296 444036 01234 373 061 01234 373061 0208 331 4513 0121 345 2694 0121 345 2701 0121 345 2503 01527 400581 FAX 01670 762 301 01983 556332 0151 522 2121 0117 303 8022 01572 774103 01572 774103 01904 772001 01296 444001 01234 3273 568 0208 8331 4401 0121 554 7793 01527 400508

ALTCOURSE ASHFIELD

RECORDS SENTENCE MANAGEMENT YOUTH OFFENDING TEAM PROBATION OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE PROBATION TEAM PROBATION TEAM SENTENCE MANAGEMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE

ASHWELL

PSO PROBATION OFFICER
HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HDC GOVERNOR

ASKHAM GRANGE

AYLESBURY Y.O.I

A.O. IN DISCIPLINE A.O. in DISCIPLINE
HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK AO AO PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK E.O. Resettlement

BEDFORD

PROBATION OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE HDC OFFICE HDC OFFICE HDC OFFICER ADMIN / APSU ADMIN

BELMARSH BIRMINGHAM

BLAKENHURST

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PRISON BLUNDERSTON

NAME JULIE WARNER CLODAGH HARROWEN SHADRACK MOYO JOHN SEAR FLEUR KENTPROBERT CHERYL JOHNSON SHARON COOK MARIA WINTER HELEN DAWSON GAIL SESSA KIT BROWN DAWN HOWARD BRENDA NASON TERRI FABRACE LINDA COOTE JANICE WATTS JONATHAN MARSHALL-COOK BARBARA CRAIG SUE WOODHAM LYNN DUNCAN JANE PHILPOTT ALISON BAILEY AMANDA BOLGERLO STEVE JONES MAURICE MABON

ROLE HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION HDC MANAGER HDC CLERK CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER PROBATION OFFICER CLERK HDC GOVERNOR HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HDC GOVERNOR HDC CLERK HDC AND ROTL CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK GOVERNOR HDC CLERK .

LOCATION DISCIPLINE OFFICE

TELEPHONE 01502 734 534 01502 734 532 01902 532 450 0117 372 3384 0117 372 3337 020 8588 6030 020 8588 6031 01527 552 650 01784 425 690 Ext 3052 01784 425 690 01706 514317 01869 353279 01869 353473 01869 353279 01702 562811 01702 562889 01702 562938 01983 554 709

FAX 01502 734503 01902 532 602 0117 980 8153 020 8588 6031

BRINSFORD BRISTOL BRIXTON BROCKHILL BRONZEFIELD BUCKLEY HALL BULLINGDON

HDC OFFICE HDC OFFICE SMU OFFICE HDC HDC RESETTLEMENT RESETTLEMENT / THROUGHCARE HDC OFFICE HDC DEPARTMENT

01784 425 691 01706 514 311 01869 353194 01702 562802 01983 554 799

BULLWOOD HALL

DISCIPLINE OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE HDC DEPT PROBATION DEPT HEAD OF RESIDENCE PROBATION DEPT CUSTODY DISCIPLINE OFFICE TDU

CAMP HILL

CANTERBURY CARDIFF CASTINGTON

01227 862 866 01227 862 801 02920 92 3206 01670 762162 01670 762002 .

01227 862931 02920 433334 01670 762034

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PRISON CHANNINGS WOOD

NAME ALISON JOFFE .

ROLE HDC CLERK

LOCATION HDC DEPARTMENT

TELEPHONE 01803 814617 . .

FAX 01803 814862

CHELMSFORD COLDINGLEY COOKHAM WOOD DARTMOOR DEERBOLT DONCASTER DORCHESTER DOVEGATE

PAT JAMES VAL TUSON PIPPA MINETT JANETTE MCKINLEY BEVERLEY WAYLEY CAROLE HEAD ELIZABETH CRONIN BRUCE WARE JANET LUCK KATE CHARNOCK MARIE FRY LINDA JUKES JULIA PORTER KATE WATSON ELLEN YARWOOD SARAH BEVAN VICTORIA PEEL LYNNE KNOPP JUDITH PARKER SUSAN STOBBART ERICA LEE

PROBATION OFFICER HDC ADMIN HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR HDC CLERK DISCIPLINE CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK SENIOR PROBATION OFFICE HDC CLERK PAROLE CLERK HDC A.O. PROBATION OFFICER ADMIN OFFICER/HDC CLERK OFFICER

HDC DEPARTMENT CUSTODY OFFICE HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE CUSTODY OFFICE HDC OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE PROBATION AND PSYCHOLOGY HDC PROBATION THROUGHCARE DEPT CUSTODY DEPT HDC OFFICE HDC OFFICE

01245 272120 01245 272056 01483 804364 . 01634 202 558 01634 202 571 01822 892070 01833 633279 01302 763259 01305 214516 01283 829461 01283 829573 0208 929 3373 0208 929 3343 01785 858203 0191 3323637 / 0191 3323645

01245 272074 01483 804422 01634 202 501 01822 892001 01833 633279 01302 763264 01305 214603 01283 829 469 01283 829 469 0208 929 3433 0208 929 3301 01785 858051 0191 3323418

DOWNVIEW

DRAKE HALL DURHAM

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PRISON EAST SUTTON PARK EASTMOOR SCC EASTWOOD PARK EDMUNDS HILL ELMLEY

NAME SHEILA JULIAN VAL ALDRIDGE SHERMAN HILL DIANA WELLS KERI JACK JANET BROWN MARIE ALLISON

ROLE HDC CLERK HDC CLERK ADMIN OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC AND ROTL CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION SERVICES OFFICER

LOCATION DISCIPLINE OFFICE ADMIN. DEPT SENTENCE MANAGEMENT CUSTODY DEPARTMENT RESETTLEMENT OFFICE PROBATION DEPT

TELEPHONE 01622 845000 01622 845035 0113 230 9601 01454 382 250 01440 743 559 01795 882000 Ext 2155 01795 882 000 Ext 2288 01380 814 410 01380 814 436 01380 814 412 01430 426 716 01392 415681 01902 703251

FAX 01622 845001 0113 267 2218 01454 382092 01440 743 560 01795 880536 01795 880140 01795 880140 01380 814273

ERLESTOKE

RICHARD GILLINGHAM ALISON MINCH HELEN LEWIS CAROL COFFIELD ROBERT SHEPHERD NICOLA GALE MATTHEW TAYLOR MICHELLE NAYLOR AMANDA WITHINGTON HELEN PROTHER KATE BROWN TERRY HULL SCOTT SHIELS GERALD RUDD KATIE KENNEDY SHARON ALKINS JOANNE WALTERS

RELIEF HDC CLERK SENIOR PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK CLERK PROBATION CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CO-ORDINATOR HDC GOVERNOR HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT

DISCIPLINE OFFICE

EVERTHORPE EXETER FEATHERSTONE

DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE HDC DEPT HDC UNIT

01430 426501 01392 415 691 01902 703146 0208 8445173 01903 663197 0161 925 7091 01283 584301 01283 584 314

FELTHAM FORD

HDC OFFICE HDC DEPARTMENT

0208 8445236 0208 8445236 01903 663 204 01903 663206 01903 663 199 0161 925 7023 01283 584 445 01283 584 378

FOREST BANK FOSTON HALL

HDC DEPARTMENT CUSTODY OFFICE PROBATION OFFICER

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PRISON GARTH GLEN PARVA

NAME CLAIRE ROBB MITA GANDHI KAREN ARDLEY KEVIN O'CONNOR

ROLE ADMIN OFFICER HDC PRE-RELEASE COORDINATOR HDC PRE-RELEASE COORDINATOR HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION HDC GOVERNOR CLERK PSO PROBATION OFFICER CLERK CLERK HDC CLERK (OSG) HDC CLERK CLERK HDC CLERK CLERK SENIOR OFFICER HDC CLERK EO HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC GOVERNOR HDC PROBATION OFFICER

LOCATION INMATE ADMIN THROUGHCARE

TELEPHONE 01772 443 300 0116 228 4242 0116 228 4182 0116 228 4181

FAX 01772 622 76 0116 228 4241

GLOUCESTER

CHRISTINE HALL JUDITH KENYON SHARON FOX REBECCA DIXON ANN DAWSON CHRISTINE CAIRNS SIOBHAN ROGERS MIKE DESA SHALA AL-AYOUBI JENNA ADAMS MARTIN MACORMACK EIRWEN CRANE DELIA KING ROY FRANCIS CHRIS HALL CAROLE RUDLAND SANDRA GAMBLE LEROY NAYLOR ALISON WATSON ANGELA DICKINSON

HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION HDC GOVERNOR SMU SMU SMU DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE S.M.U S.M.U HDC CLERK HIGHPOINT SOUTH DISCIPLINE OFFICE HDC OFFICE PRISONER MANAGEMENT RESETTLEMENT

01452 453 006 01452 453 211 01452 453 147 01747 856400

01452 453 001 01747 856401 01229 7133027 01527 552001 0208 722 6561 01440 743 316 01942 855001 01394 412769

GUY'S MARSH

HAVERIGG HEWELL GRANGE HIGH DOWN HIGHPOINT HINDLEY HOLLESLEY BAY HOLLOWAY HOLME HOUSE

01229 713 010 01527 552242 0208 722 6378 0208 722 6378 014408 743237 01942 855049 01394 412 408 0207 979 4625 0207 979 4756 01642 744120 01642 744073 01482 282388 01482282583 01482 282 418 01491 643 309

HULL

HDC GROUP

01642 744269 01642 744269 01482 282401 01491 643113

HUNTERCOMBE

DISCIPLINE OFFICER

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NAME SUE DEVANEY MAXINE CARDWELL ADRIAN COLLOBY JANE WALSH SHARON FITZGERALD ALI HITCHINGS JAN DOUGAN TERRY BOND OFFR TRACEY CARR ANNIE GALLAGHERSTOREY GWEN ATKINSON ANGIE DEVANEY SHARON CONVISSER DEBBIE BUNYON KAY CHILD JULIE McDONALD LINDSAY BURFIELD PAUL RIMMER ALEX REED SARAH THORNELL LINDA HARRIS AMANDA FOSTER LIBBY CHAPMAN CLAIR WILLERTON STELLA LANGER GWYNETH JONES NIGEL EARL LUCY CLARKE

ROLE HDC CLERK HDC EO HDC GOVERNOR PROBATION OFFICER PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC LIASON OFFICER CLERK HDC CLERK

LOCATION SMU

TELEPHONE 01772 675474 01772 675470 01772675607 01772675445 01772 01642 792600 01524 565232 01524 565230 01524 565235 01524 563544 01524563615 01524 563 544 0208 948 0215 ext 416 0113 203 2666 0116 2283000 01273 405311 01454 264086 01454 264085 01454 264240 01522 663077 01522 663064 01302 848 890

FAX 01772 675406

KIRKLEVINGTON GRANGE LANCASTER CASTLE

DISCIPLINE OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE HDC OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE RESETTLEMENT

01642 792652 01524 385233 01524 563601

LANCASTER FARMS

LATCHMERE HOUSE LEEDS LEICESTER LEWES LEYHILL

PROBATION OFFICE MANAGER HDC OFFICER PROBATION CLERK CLERK HDC MANAGER HDC CLERK RELIEF HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HDC PRISON CLERK PROBATION SERVICE OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR PROBATION SERVICE OFFICER

PROBATION DEPARTMENT HDC DEPARTMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE RESETTLEMENT HDC OFFICE

020 8948 9169 0113 203 2870 O116 2283001 01273 405237 01454 264009

LINCOLN LINDHOLME LITTLEHEY

DISCIPLINE PROBATION DEPT

01302 848 849 01480 333070

HDC OFFICE

01480 333 244 01480 333 125 01480 333 183

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PRISON LIVERPOOL LOW NEWTON

NAME ALISON MOORE GEORGE MCCANN VICKY MEARMAN SANDRA SEYMOUR BRONIA BANECKI HEATHER JENNER MALCOLM HUMPREYS PHIL TAYLOR JENNY COOKE KEITH MORTON SALLY KUSZNIR LYNNE WOMACK KEITH CHANTRY LEE-ANNE FLEWERS M LUCAS MARK VELJOVIC PAUL HURREN LESLEY LANGLEY BRIAN MARSHMAN DAVID FIRBANK DEBBIE POLAND IAN FERGUSSON JASON WILSON PAUL FLACK ANDREW JOHNSON CHRISTINE STOTT

ROLE HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT HDC Clerk

LOCATION CUSTODY ADMINISTRATION GOVERNOR HDC OFFICE RESETTLEMENT HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT HDC Department HDC OFFICE

TELEPHONE 0151 530 4358 0151 530 4099 0191 376 4010 0191 376 4020 0191 376 4022 01622 775487 0161 817 5706 0161 817 5742 0161 817 5674 0161 817 5600 01302 523116 01405 746635 01522 866728

FAX 0151 530 4001 0191 376 4005

MAIDSTONE MANCHESTER

01622 775487 0161 839 1386

MOORLAND (closed) MOORLAND (Open) MORTON HALL

HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK CARATS/SENTENCE MANAGEMENT CLERK HDC CLERK SUPERINTENDENT CHIEF INSPECTOR HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK

DISCIPLINE CLERK HDC DEPARTMENT RESETTLEMENT DEPT ADMINISTRATION PROBATION DEPT POLICE FORCE HDC OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE

01302 523001 01405 746 599 01522 866775 01924 844248 01603 276957 01205 769304 01609 785102 01603 708832 0115 872 3005 01788 523 656

NEW HALL NORFOLK CONSTABULARY NORTH SEA CAMP NORTHALLERTON

01924 844507 01603 276934 01603 276934 01205 769300 ext 3338 01609 785178 01609 785 182 01609 785177 01603 708660 0115 872 3209 01788 523 441

NORWICH NOTTINGHAM ONLEY

HDC UNIT HDC OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE

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NAME SARAH GALE SEAN FRANCIS KATY WILLIAMS JOHN SEARLE ANITA SHAUER BARBARA ANDERSON C FOSTER S KNIGHT S WALKER JOHN SKELTON

ROLE PROBATION SERVICES OFF PSO HDC/PAROLE CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION CLERK P/T CLERK P/T PROBATION OFFICER GOVERNOR HDC

LOCATION PROBATION OFFICE

TELEPHONE 01656 300230 01656 300230 01656 300232 01983 554 374 020 7023 7309 0207023 7308 01305 825677 01305 825677 01305 825677 01305 825748

FAX 01656 300201 01983 554 001 020 7023 7312 01305 825742 01305 825742 01305 825742 01305 825601 01291 675 119

PARKHURST PENTONVILLE PORTLAND

CUSTODY OFFICE THROUGHCARE PROBATION DEPT YOI PORTLAND HDC OFFICE HDC OFFICE

PRESCOED PRESTON

ANDREW PALMER DOREEN LEDGER LYNDA BOOTH PHIL APPLEBY

HDC OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HDC GOVERNOR

HDC OFFICE PROBATION DEPARTMENT PROBATION DEPARTMENT DEPUTY HEAD OF RESIDENCE AND CARE HDC OFFICE PROBATION / FORBURY RESIDENTIAL GOVERNOR PROBATION ADMIN RESETTLEMENT OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE RECORDS DEPT

01291 675 117 01772 444702 01772 444813 01772 444838

RANBY READING RISLEY ROCHESTER

CAROL CHAMBERS DAVID LANGFORD JAY LEIGHTON PAUL TURNER LOUISE MCARTHY RADLEY GORRINGE SHIRLEY WALLACE SUE LOFTUS HELEN CLARKE

CLERK HDC GOVERNOR PROBATION SERVICES OFF CO-ORDINATOR CLERK HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT HDC ADMIN HDC ADMIN HDC CLERK

01777 862020 01189 085041 01925 733259 01925 733126 01634 838304 01634 838215 01634 838 218 01788 523300 ext 3375

01777 862001 01189 O85004 01925 733287 01634 838 101 01788 523305

RYE HILL

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NAME HELENA BAKER CYNTHIA STANBURY EMMA BLAKE SARA LINDRIDGE JO JONES ANNE SIPPLE STAN COHEN JOE SWIERZYRSKI JANET IVESON HELEN BRANSON DANIEL AGBETORWOKA CRAIG MCLAREN STEPHEN BATHGATE AMY WINTERS JULIE BUTTER KAREN PARR LINDSAY WEST HAYLEY HALSEY

ROLE HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION OFFICER HDC GOVERNOR HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR

LOCATION THROUGHCARE DISCIPLINE LIFER UNIT PROBATION OFFICE THROUGHCARE DEPT THROUGHCARE DEPT GOVERNOR SENTENCE MANAGEMENT SENTENCE MANAGEMENT RESETTLEMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT CUSTODY ADMIN CUSTODY ADMIN CUSTODY OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE

TELEPHONE 01483 471 008 01749 823 300 01743 273055 01743 273053 01296 443040 01296 443075 01296 443006 01795 884500 ext 4632 01795 884500 ext 4632 01795 884500 ext 4520 01780 795 208 01780 795 344 01630 63 6062 01630 63 6059 01625 553083 01283 584029 01795 884023

FAX 01483 471 007 01749 330233 01743 273003 01296 443002 01795 884638

STANFORD HILL

STOCKEN

HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR CLERK A- J CLERK K-Z HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC GOVERNOR HDC CO-ORDINATOR HDC CLERK HDC CLERK EO DISCIPLINE

01780 410767 01630 636258 01630 636258 01625 553001 01283 584006 01795 884188 01792 651 973 01543 484007

STOKE HEATH

STYAL SUDBURY SWALESIDE

MICHAEL BRIDGES MARTIN GLAZE
VIV EVANS SUSAN BARAKAT DONNA ENGLISH DOROTHY POYNTON

SWANSEA SWINFEN HALL

PROBATION DEPT DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINE

01792 485 357 01792 485 349 01543 484109 01543 484108

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NAME ADELA ROLFE PHILLIPA HART GRAHAM WHITWORTH PAUL REEVE KAY LLOYD PETER MARTIN ZOE MERCER TINA LINCOLN BARRY CARVALHO VAL MILLER LEANNE JOLLY SUSAN MILLAR JILL TEMPEST CERI MORTIMER MICHELLE SKINNER SUE THOMPSON YVONNE SANDELL KELLY MOSS DEBBIE COOMBES HILARY WILSON MICHAEL STURDY VANESSA PYPER JENNY HANDFIELD N. GUNN SAMANTHA MARSHALL PATRICK EARLES PAT LEDAINE

ROLE HDC CLERK EO DISCIPLINE RESIDENTIAL GOVERNOR FUNCTION HEAD HDC CLERK HDC MANAGER HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK EO CUSTODY HDC CLERK HDC LICENCES HDC AO HDC EO HDC GOV HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HDC PROBATION CLERK HDC CLERK HDC CLERK HEAD OF RESETTLEMENT &HDC HDC CLERK HDC CLERK DISCIPLINE OFFICER CLERK HDC CLERK PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK

LOCATION DISCIPLINE OFFICE DISCIPLINE OFFICE WING OFFICE MAIN ADMIN CUSTODY OFFICE HDC DEPT HDC DEPT HDC OFFICE CUSTODY ADMIN SENTENCE MANAGEMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE HDC OFFICE THROUGHCARE DEPARTMENT DISCIPLINE OFFICE PROBATION DEPARTMENT RESETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATION DISCIPLINE OFFICE SENTENCE MANAGEMENT PROBATION OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE PROBATION OFFICE

TELEPHONE 01442 836 318 01442 836 320 01442 836 409 01442 836 361 01305 825173 01925 805 275 01925 805 219 0208 588 4125 01394 412643 01953 804068 01953 804 219 01937 848 551 01937 848 633 01305 825407 01305 825445 01933 232 759 01933 232 852 01782 463 414 01782 463 446 01937 544 309 01937 544 218 01949 859 287 01949 859 308 01962 723 194 01962 723 112 01430 421588 ext 441/443

FAX 01442 836 319 01442 836 319 01442 836 301 01442 836 301 01305 825236 01925 605212 0208 875 4011 01394 412 767 01953 804 077 01953 804 220 01937 848 596 01305 825450 01933 273 903 01782 302504 01937 544235 01949 859201 01962 723 008 01430 424798

THE VERNE THORN CROSS WANDSWORTH WARREN HILL WAYLAND WEALSTUN WEARE WELLINGBOROUGH WERRINGTON WETHERBY WHATTON WINCHESTER

WOLDS

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NAME ALAN WEBB KIM ROGERS KAREN MANLEY BERNADETTE BERGIN LYNDA WALMSLEY

ROLE PROBATION OFFICER HDC CLERK EO HDC CLERK HDC CLERK

LOCATION RESETTLEMENT SUITE RESETTLEMENT SUITE HDC OFFICE RESETTLEMENT

TELEPHONE 01908 722257 01908 722259 0208 588 3235 0208 588 3234 01772 444 214

FAX 01908 7222156 0208 588 3556 01772 444 218

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ANNEX B - PROBATION SERVICE HDC LIAISON OFFICERS
PROBATION AREA NAME TELEPHONE ADDRESS

North East and North West CHESHIRE CUMBRIA DURHAM GTR MANCHESTER LANCASHIRE MERSEYSIDE NORTHUMBRIA TEESSIDE East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside DERBYSHIRE David O’Sullivan 01269 55422 18 Brunswood Road, Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4 3PA Keith Ingram Gill Cooper Keith Norman Denise White Ian Phillips Terry Eastham David Gardiner Alistair Morrison 01244 394500 01228 560057 0191 383 9083 0161 8724802 01772 201209 0151 9209201 0191 2815721 01642 230533 Cheshire Probation, Park West, Sealand Road, Chester, CH1 4RJ Cumbria Probation, Lime House, The Green, Wetheral, Carlisle, CA4 8EW Durham Probation, Aykley Heads Business Centre, Durham, DH1 5TS Gtr Manchester Probation, 6th Floor, Oakland House, Talbot Rd, Manchester, M16 0PQ Lancashire Probation, 99-101 Garstang Road, Preston, PR1 1LD Merseyside Probation, Burlington House, Crosby Rd Nth, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 0PJ Northumbria Probation, Lifton Hse, Eslington Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle, NE2 4SP Teesside Probation, 2 Longlands Road, Middlesborough, TS4 2JL

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HUMBERSIDE LEICESTER & RUTLAND LINCOLNSHIRE NORTH YORKS NORTHAMPTONSHIRE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SOUTH YORKS WEST YORKS South East and South West AVON AND SOMERSET DEVON AND CORNWALL DORSET

Pete Brown Krystyna Findley Sally Lewis Kevin Robinson Denise Meylan Julie Leigh Marion Wright Howard Mills

01482 867271 0116 242 3203 01522 520776 Ext 112 01609 778644 01604 658083 0115 840 6455 0114 276 6911 01924 885300

Humberside Probation, 21 Flemingate, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0NP 2 St John Street, Leicester LE1 3BE 7 Lindum Terrace, Lincoln LN2 1HN North Yorkshire Probation, Thurstan House, 6 Standard Way, Northallerton, DL6 2XQ Walter Tull House, 43-47 Bridge Street, Northampton NN1 1NS Marina Road, Castle Marina, Nottingham NG7 1TP South Yorkshire Probation, 45 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE West Yorkshire Probation, Cliff Hill House, Sandy Walk, Wakefield, WF1 2DJ

Rob Wakefield Anne Proctor Julian Cohen

0117 915 1308 01803 213535 01305 224800

Brunel House, 83 Newfoundland Road, Bristol BS2 9LU Thurlow House, Thurlow Road, Torquay TQ1 3EQ Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester DT1 1UT

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE HAMPSHIRE KENT SURREY SUSSEX THAMES VALLEY WILTSHIRE West Midlands and Wales DYFED-POWYS GWENT NORTH WALES

Julia Oulton Liz Ashton Chris Carter Liz Ball Kaz Hamza Jo Chilvers/ Jerry Marshall Mal Munday

01452 426250 01962 842207 01622 350824 01483 860191 01273 810300 01869 255300 01225 781956

Beswick House. 1 Denmark Road, Gloucestershire GL1 3HW Friary House, Middle Brook Street ,Winchester SO23 8DQ Chaucer House, 25 Knightrider Street, Maidstone ME15 6ND Bridge House, Flambard Way, Godalming GU7 1JB 47 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 9QA C/o Kingsclere Road, Bicester, Oxon OX26 2QD Rothmere, Bythesea Road, Trowbridgge, Wilts BA14 8QJ

Francis Rutler Jim A’Herne Matthew Driver Janet Chaplin

01267 221567 01495 762462 01492 513413

Llangunnor Road, Carmarthen SA31 2PD Cwmbran House, Mamhilad Park Estate, Pontypool NP4 0XD Alexandra House, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay LL29 9YF Tremains House, Tremains Road, Bridgend CF31 1TZ

SOUTH WALES

01656 674747ext 4820

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STAFFORDSHIRE WARWICKSHIRE

Muriel Lawrence Patricia Johnson (for case management) Wes Lacey (for hostels) Julie Masters Nav Sahota

01785 223416 01926 405800

University Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Beaconsfield, Stafford ST16 0GE 2 Swan Street, Warwick CV34 4BJ

WEST MERCIA WEST MIDLANDS London and Eastern BEDFORDSHIRE

01562 748375 0121 248 2672

Stourbank House, 90 Mill Street, Kidderminster, Worcs DY11 6XA 5th Floor, King Edward House, 135a New Street, Birmingham B2 4QJ

Matthew Burrows Sue Beaumont (Luton)

01234 350401 01582 413172 01223 712345 01376 501626 01992 504444 020 7222 1845 01603 220100

3 St Peter’s Street, Bedford MK40 2PN Frank Lord House, 72 Chapel Street, Luton LU1 1QX 1 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge CB22 2BB Cullen Mill, 49 Braintree Road, Witham CM8 2DD Graham House, Yeoman’s House, Ware Road, Hertford SG13 7HJ 71 – 73 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2BN 4th Floor, St James Yarn Mill, Whitefriars,

CAMBRIDGESHIRE ESSEX HERTFORDSHIRE LONDON NORFOLK

Andrew Deller Mary Archer – Lisa Mathews Jinny Pasquale Stuart

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Macdonald (Temporary) SUFFOLK Robin Merriam 01473 408130

Norwich NR3 1SU Foundation House, 34 Foundation Street, Ipswich IP4 1SP

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ANNEX C – POLICE FORCE HDC LIAISON OFFICERS
Force Avon & Somerset Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire City of London Cleveland Cumbria Derbyshire Devon & Cornwall Durham Dyfed Powys Dorset Essex Gloucester GM Police Gwent Hampshire Hertfordshire Humberside Kent Lancashire Lincolnshire Leicestershire Metropolitan Name Simon Crisp Bert Ip Piang Siong Julian Eales Rebecca Waudby Trevor Smith Phil Chaffer Andy Davidson Royston Smith Karl Fellows Eric Suddes Ian Griffiths Mick Rogers Chris Macintosh Phil Haynes Paul Hale Alun Thomas, Brian Mitchell John Chapman Zoe Grant Ian Dawkins Sarah Oldham Nickolas Roberts Rob Nixon Dave Cook Tel Number 01275 816239 01234 842809 01480 422278 01244 615126 0207b6012596 (01642) 303181 01768 217653 01773 573730 01392 452956 0191 375 2770 01267 226371 (01202) 222056 01245 457143 01452 335255 0161 856 2970 01633 838111 ext. 3112 01962 871399 01482) 220247 01772 416105 01522 558151 01162482292 0207 297 8588 E-mail Address Simon.crisp@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk ip.siong@bedfordshire.pnn.police.uk Julian.eales@cambs.pnn.police.uk rebecca.waudby@cheshire.police.pnn.uk Trevor.Smith@city-of-london.pnn.police.uk Phil.Chaffer@cleveland.pnn.police.uk andy.davidson@cumbria.pnn.police.uk royston.smith@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk Karl.FELLOWS@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk eric.suddes@durham.pnn.police.uk Ian.griffiths@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk Mike.Rogers@dorset.pnn.police.uk Chris.macintosh@essex.pnn.police.uk Phil.Haynes@Gloucestershire.Police.uk PaulM Hale/HQ/GMP Alun.Thomas@gwent.pnn.police.uk brian.mitchell@hampshire.pnn.police.uk John.chapman@herts.pnn.police.uk Zoe.grant@humberside.pnn.police.uk Ian.dawkins@kent.pnn.police.uk Sarah.Oldham@lancashire.pnn.police.uk nickolas.roberts@lincs.pnn.police.uk rob.nixon@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk Dave.Cook@met.police.uk Court Breach Central Fax 01275 816890 01234 842006 01480 426071 01244 612269 0207 601 2125 01642-301115 01768 217199 01773 573759 01392 452481 01325 742160 01267 226128 01202 223986 01245 452259 01452 754124. 01633 642410 01962 874201 01707 354400 01482 578461 01622 65 4109. 01772 410732 01522 558686 01162482427 0207 230 2133.

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Force Norfolk North Wales Northants Northumbria North Yorkshire Nottinghamshire Staffordshire South Wales South Yorks Suffolk Surrey Sussex Thames Valley Warwickshire West Midlands West Yorkshire Wiltshire West Mercia

Name Paul Hurren Rhian Allen Gill Bradbury Martin Berry. Heather Pearson Brendan O’Shea Pail Gallagher Mark Clark David Charles Debbie Griffiths Scott Salmon Peter Coll Mark Weston Mike Naughton Dave Murcott Paul Fountain Ian Miller Jon Marsden

Tel Number

E-mail Address hurrenp@norfolk.pnn.police.uk rhian.allen@north-wales.police.uk Gill.Bradbury@northants.pnn.police.uk martin.berry.3986@northumbria.pnn.police.uk Heather.Pearson@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk Brendan.O'Shea@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk paul.gallagher@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk Mark.Clark@south-wales.pnn.police.uk David.charles&southyorks.pnn.police.uk Debbie.griffiths@suffolk.pnn.police.uk Salmon2473@surrey.pnn.police.uk Peter.Coll@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mark.Weston@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk Mike.Naughton@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk d.murcott@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk pf64@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk ian.miller@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk jon.marsden@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

01745 880182 01604 888456 01609 789164 (0115) 670999 ex 2703 01785 23 2280 01656 869215 0114 2523784 01473 613807 07967 988301 01273) 404373 01865-855720 01926 451111 ext 4163 0845 1135000 ext 2680 01924 821405 01380 734040 01905 331612

Court Breach Central Fax 01953 424299 01745 859614 01604 703028 01915635788) 01609 768013

01785 238717 0114 2196720 01473 610875 01483 482658 01273 404040 01865 846160 01926 415757 Criminal Justice fax 0121 428 6230 01924 293999 01380 733429 01905 331805

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ANNEX D – HOME DETENTION CURFEW: EARLY RELEASE AND RECALL SECTION (ERRS) CONTACTS 1st floor Abell House John Islip Street London SW1P 4LH Helpline (recorded message) 0207 217 5762 Out of hours contact number: 0870 0001585 RECALL CASEWORK SECTION Grade 6: SEO: EO: Russell A’Court Kerry Adams Collette Talbot Gareth Hunter 0207 217 5263 0207 217 5848 0207 217 5563 0207 217 5543

APPEALS SECTION: HEO: Peter Charlesworth 0207 217 5313

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ANNEX E – ELECTRONIC MONITORING SUPPLIERS GROUP4SECURICOR
HQ and Control Centre Address: Group4Securicor PO Box 170 Urmston Manchester M41 7XZ Control Centre Numbers: Subjects Only: Agency Enquiries: Fax number: 0800 137 291 0161 862 1207 0161 749 8358 (General requests for info)

Licensing & Processing Numbers: Group Tel: Fax number: HQ Numbers: Main switchboard: Fax Number: 0161 862 1000 0161 749 9022 0161 862 1730 0161 876 5331 (Receipt of all curfew notifications)

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PREMIER MONITORING SERVICES LIMITED CONTACTING PREMIER MONITORING SERVICES LTD

Monitoring Centre Manager Premier Monitoring Services Limited PO Box 45 Norwich NR3 1BF

Fax numbers for transmission of new orders, licences, variations etc; West Midlands & Wales London & Eastern Control Centre Free Phone West Midlands & Wales London & East Anglia Tel 08080 152369 Tel 08080 965124 Fax 08700 700321 Fax 08700 700321

Breach / Enforcement

Tel 01603 428390

Field Operational Bases:

Birmingham Shrewsbury Cardiff Newmarket South London North London

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ANNEX F – ELECTRONIC MONITORING TEAM CONTACTS

Role Head of Electronic Monitoring Team: Service Manager: Policy Manager: Service Delivery Manager (Premier): Service Delivery Manager (Securicor): Equipment Manager: Finance Manager:

Name James Toon TBA Barry Snelgrove TBA TBA Morna Simpson Joe Stanton

Telephone 020 7217 8388

Email James.toon@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

020 7217 8978

Barry.snelgrove@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

0141 337 2452 020 7217 8407

Morna.simpson@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk Joe.Stanton2@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

Room 318/9 3rd Floor Horseferry House Dean Ryle Street London SW1P 2AW Fax: 0207 217 8198

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ANNEX G – YOUTH OFFENDING TEAM CONTACTS Youth Offending Team Managers
YOUTH OFFENDING TEAM REGION CONTACT NAME TELEPHONE FAX NUMBER ADDRESS

Derby

East Midlands

Des Morrison

01332 256916

01332 256830

2nd Floor, St. Peter's Ho Gower Street, Derby, DE 9BR County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG

Derbyshire Leicester Leicestershire Lincolnshire

East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands

Bob Smith Mary Campagnac Wendy Poynton John Simkins

01629 580000 0116 299 5830 0116 265 6780 01522 554556

01629 585150 0116 233 6003 0116 265 6880 01522 554558

Eagle House, 11 Friar La Leicester, LE1 5RB

County Hall, Glenfield, , Leicestershire, LE3 8RA

Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln 7JN

Northamptonshire Nottingham Nottinghamshire

East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands

Sandy Pragnell Ken Beaumont Karl Phillips

01604 602400 0115 915 9400 01623 476600

01604 639231 0115 915 9401 01623 476602

53 Billing Road, Northam NN1 5DB

2 Isabella Street, Notting NG1 6AT

15 West Hill Avenue, Mansfield, Nottinghamsh NG18 1PQ

Bedfordshire

Eastern

Sue Corbett

01234 228017

01234 408387

Bedfordshire County Co County Hall, Cauldwell Bedford, MK40 1DX

Cambridgeshire

Eastern

Tom Jefford

01223 718223

01223 718226

Unit 100, Rustat House, Clifton Road, Cambridge CB1 7EG

Essex

Eastern

Julia Hennessey

01245 265151

01245 346396

Suite 3, Empire House, Victoria Road, Chelmsfo CM1 1PE County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford, SG13 8DP

Hertfordshire Luton Norfolk Peterborough Southend-on-Sea

Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern

Tom Rees Anita Briddon Sue Massey Bob Footer Carol Compton

01992 556337 01582 547900 01603 223617 01733 746540 01702 608500

01992 556725 01582 547901 01603 223590 01733 746550 01702 335788

16 Rothesay Road, Luton Bedfordshire, LU1 1PP

45 Netherwood Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 13-15 Cavell Court, Linc Road, Peterborough, PE1

Civic Centre, Baryta Hou

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Victoria Avenue, Southe Sea, SS2 6ER Suffolk Thurrock Barking and Dagenham Barnet Bexley Brent Bromley Eastern Eastern London Allister Hart Peter Kay Geeta Subramaniam Kate Malleson David Horne Peter Sutlieff Jeremy Shatford 01473 265181/26517 8 01375 413900 020 8227 3998 020 8359 5535 020 8284 5555 020 8459 9151 020 8284 8991/8976 020 7974 6762 020 8404 5800 020 8993 9555 020 8345 5557 020 8859 4492 020 8859 4492 020 8533 7070 020 8753 6200/1 020 8489 1508 020 8901 4455 01473 216889 01375 413 901 020 8227 3690

8 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2BX

Five Wells, West Street, Grays, Essex, RM17 6XR

Bridge House, 150 Lond Road, Barking, Essex, IG 8BB

London London London London

020 8359 5530 020 8284 5560 020 8961 5181 020 8284 8968

Colinhurst House, 168 S Road, London, NW4 3S 2 Nuxley Road, Belvede Kent, DA17 5JF 1 Craven Park, London, 8SX

Beckenham Police Statio High Street, Beckenham BR3 1AW

Camden Croydon Ealing Enfield

London London London London

Ronke Martins Ray Maguire Horace CarterAllen Keith Napthine

020 7974 1196 020 8404 5810 020 8993 6292 020 8345 6954

Social Services, 115 Wel Road, London, NW5 4PA

14 Whitehorse Road, Cro Surrey, CR0 2JA

2 Cheltenham Place, Lon W3 8JS

St Georges Chambers, 23 South Mall, 2nd Floor, London, N9 0TT

Greenwich Greenwich

London London

Kevin Wood Betty McDonald

020 8859 2706 020 8859 2706

Greenwich Young Peopl Support Centre, Newhav Gardens, , London, SE9 Greenwich Young Peopl Support Centre, Newhav Gardens, London, SE9 6 55 Daubeney Road, Lon E5 0EE

Hackney Hammersmith and Fulham Haringey Harrow

London London London London

Ray Preston Larry Wright Shelley Greene Richard Segalov

020 8986 7446 020 8753 6242 020 8489 1588 020 8901 4466

Cobbs Hall, Fulham Pala Road, , London, SW6 6L 2-6 Middle Lane, Hornse London, N8 8PL

13 St. Johns Road, Harro Middlesex, , HA1 2EE

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Havering

London

David Stonehouse

01708 436220

01708 436222

Portman House, 16-20 V Road, Romford, Essex, R 2JH

Hillingdon Hounslow

London London

Lynn Hawes Christine Pangbourne Sally Gran Tim O'Neill Kathy Walker

01895 812279 020 8583 6363 020 7527 7050 020 7598 4700 020 8547 6920 020 7926 2644 020 8314 7474 020 8274 4949

01895 812281 020 8847 9418

Darren House, 65 High S Uxbridge, UB8 1JP

Redlees Centre, Worton Isleworth, Middlesex, TW 7EF

Islington Kensington and Chelsea Kingston-uponThames Lambeth Lewisham Merton

London London London

020 7527 7066 020 7598 4715 020 8547 6959

27 Dingley Place, Londo EC1V 8BR

36c Oxford Gardens, Lon W10 5UQ

Eagle Chambers, 18 Ede Street, Kingston, Surrey, 1BB

London London London

Toni Young Ann McDermott Chris Giles

020 7926 2639 020 8314 3177 020 8540 5829

1 - 9 Acre Lane, London 5SD

23 Mercia Grove, Lewish London, SE13 6BJ

1st Floor, Athena House 88 London Road, Morde Surrey, SM4 5AZ

Newham Redbridge

London London

Peter Nicholson Kathy Nixon

020 8217 5042 020 8708 7800 020 8943 3353 020 7525 0900 020 8773 6621 020 7364 1144 020 8496 3000

020 8217 5473 020 8708 7802

Stratford Police Station, West Ham Lane, London 4SG Adolescents Resource Ce Station Road, Barkingsid Ilford, IG6 1NB

Richmond-uponThames Southwark Sutton

London London London

Robert Henderson Chris Domeney Patricia Butler

020 8943 3240 020 7525 7876 020 8770 6634

65 Strathmore Rd, Teddi TW11 8UH 1 Bradenham Close, Walworth, London, SE1

57 Montagu Gardens, Wallington, Sutton, Surr SM6 8EP

Tower Hamlets and City of London Waltham Forest

London

Stuart Johnson

020 8983 9911

St Mary's Church Hall, K Terrace, Bow, London, E 2SA 604 High Road, Leyton, London, E10 6RN

London

John Anthony

020 8496 2165

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Wandsworth Westminster County Durham Darlington Gateshead

London London North East North East North East

Guy Masters Eamon Brennan Christina Blythe Rita Taylor Brian Langley

020 8672 7074 020 7641 5308 0191 383 3982 01325 346200 0191 440 0500 01429 523967

020 8682 4255 020 7641 5311 0191 383 4362 01325 346846 0191 440 0501

177 Blackshaw Rd, Lond SW17 0DJ

6a Crompton Street, Lon W2 1ND

County Hall, Durham, D 5UG

Central House, Gladston Street, Darlington, DL3 6

Former Felling Police St Sunderland Road, Gatesh Tyne and Wear, NE10 9N

Hartlepool

North East

Danny Dunleavy

01429 523971

Aneurin Bevan House, 3 Avenue Rd, Hartlepool, 8HD

Newcastle-uponTyne North Tyneside

North East

Rod Stapley

0191 277 7377 0191 200 6001 01670 852225

0191 277 7399

Block D, 4th Floor, Jesm Quadrant, 3 Archbold Te Sandyford, NE2 1BZ

North East

Jen Harrison

0191 200 6009

153 Tynemouth Road, N Shields, Tyne and Wear, 1ED

Northumberland

North East

Carol Long

01670 533653

Chief Executives Depart County Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE63 0

South Tees

North East

Colin Wilson

01642 501500

01642 501800

2 River Court, Brighouse Road, Riverside Busines Middlesbrough, TS2 1RT

South Tyneside

North East

Phil Bennett

0191 427 2850 01642 527597

0191 427 2851

30 Commercial Road, So Shields, Tyne and Wear, 1RW

Stockton-on-Tees

North East

Tony Hodgson

01642 527598

76 Brunswick Street, Sto on Tees, TS18 1UU

Sunderland

North East

Judith Hay

0191 566 3000/1 01254 299800

0191 553 7381

Lambton House, 145 Hig Street West, Sunderland, 1UW

Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool Bolton

North West

Alyson Hanson

01254 299801

Bank House, 44 Welling Street, St. John's, Blackb Lancashire, BB1 8AF

North West North West

Steve Cook Mick Coleman

01253 478686 01204 331263

01253 478687 01204 331258

Stanley Buildings, 1-3 C Street, Blackpool, FY1 3

Basement, Le Mans Cres

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Bolton, BL1 1SA Bury North West Graham Smyth 0161 253 6862 01244 615500 0161 253 6944

Seedfield Resource Cent Parkinson Street, Bury, B 6NY

Cheshire

North West

Phil Lloyd

01244 615501

St. Thomas House, Whit Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6TU

Cumbria Halton and Warrington

North West North West

Yvonne Lake Sheena Doyle

01228 607179 01925 418618

01228 601532 01925 411166

19 Victoria Place, Carlis Cumbria, CA1 1EJ

Warrington Business Par Long Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8TQ

Knowsley

North West

Richard Ford

0151 443 3079

0151 443 3770

10 Derby Street, Prescot Knowsley, Merseyside, L 3LG

Lancashire

North West

Catherine Witt

01772 532075

01772 532078

Central Management Ser CMS, 2nd Floor, 143/16 Corporation Street, Prest PR1 2UQ

Liverpool

North West

Aileen Shepherd

0151 233 3000 0161 234 4564

0151 233 4496

Management Suite, 1st F Millenium House, 60 Vic Street, Liverpool, L1 6JQ

Manchester

North West

Adrian Quinn

0161 234 4914

Crime and Disorder Grou Room 9030, Townhall Extension, Manchester, M 2LA

Oldham Rochdale

North West North West

Allan Broadbent Rodger Massiah

0161 620 9500 01706 643327

0161 621 9501 01706 758909

Medtia Place, 80 Union S Oldham, Lancashire, OL

Dunsterville House, Manchester Road, Rochd OL11 3RB

Saint Helens Salford Sefton Stockport

North West North West North West North West

Alan Critchley Tom Healy Steve Eyre Kate Macdonald

01744 677990 0161 607 1900 0151 285 5127 0161 476 2876

01744 675577 0161 839 9445 0151 285 5129 0161 476 2858

Alexandra House, Borou Road, St. Helens, WA10

10 -12 Encombe Place, Salford, Manchester, M3

Police Station, Marsh La Bootle, Merseyside, L20

1st Floor, Owl House, 59 Great Underbank, Stockp SK1 1NE

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John Whittle

0161 330 3012 0161 911 8201 01942 776886 0151 670 5900 01344 354300 01273 296169 01296 434624 01323 466633

0161 330 3149

Francis Thompson Drive Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL6 7AJ

Trafford

North West

Ken McDonald

0161 911 8202

4th Floor Arndale House Chester Road, Stretford, Greater Manchester, M3

Wigan Wirral

North West North West

Sharon Bond Steve Pimblett

01942 776856 0151 666 5196

93 Victoria Road, Platt B Wigan, WN2 5DN

3rd Floor, 76 Hamilton S Birkenhead, Wirral, CH4 8AX

Bracknell Forest Brighton and Hove Buckinghamshire East Sussex

South East South East South East South East

Karen Roberts Nigel Lewis Pauline Camilleri John Hawkins

01344 354310 01273 296170 01296 486321 01323 466634

76 Binfield Road, Brackn Berkshire, RG42 2AR

22 Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 1AD

Walton House, Walton S Aylesbury, Bucks, HP11

Saint Mark's House, 14 Upperton Road, Eastbou East Sussex, BN21 1EP

Kent

South East

Glan Hopkin

01622 694773

01622 694909

2nd Floor, Brenchley Ho Week Street, Maidstone, ME14 1RF

Medway Milton Keynes

South East South East

Ian Sparling Lee Westlake

01634 336225 01908 391000

01634 336260 01908 391031

Family and Adolescent C 67 Balfour Road, Chatha Kent, ME4 6QU Manor Road Centre, Oak Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK2 2JG

Oxfordshire Reading & Wokingham Slough

South East South East South East

Mike Simm Phil Hutchins Shelley LaRoseJones Toby Wells

01865 202218 01189 390420 01753 522702

01865 203450 01189 390935 01753 572355

43 Westgate, , Oxford, O 1PF

34-36 Crown Street, Rea RG1 2SE

Partnership House, Chalv Park, Slough, Berkshire, 2HT

Surrey

South East

01483 517000

01483 517007

Churchill House, Mayfor Green, Woking, Surrey, 8LL

Wessex

South East

Philip Sutton

01962 876100

01962 876109

2nd Floor, 85 High Stree

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Winchester, Hampshire, 9AE West Berkshire West Sussex South East South East Davy Pearson Mike Thomas 01635 264800 01903 718739 01635 264801 01903 718740 20 Mill Lane, Newbury, 5QU

County Buildings, East S Littlehampton, West Sus BN17 6AP

Windsor and Maidenhead Bath and North East Somerset Bournemouth and Poole Bristol Cornwall Devon Dorset

South East

Trevor Lowe

01628 683280

01628 683282

Maidenhead Project Cen Reform Road, Maidenhe Berkshire, SL6 8BY

South West South West South West South West South West South West

Sally Churchyard Pauline Batstone Paul Burton John Cousins Martin Spragg Clive Hawkins

01225 396966 01202 453939 0117 903 6480 01872 274567 01392 383105 01305 760336

01225 396969 01202 453940 0117 903 6481 01872 242436 01392 384985 01305 761423

3 North Parade Building Bath, BA1 1NY 5 Hyde Road, Bournemo Dorset, BH10 5JJ

Kenham House, Wilder S Bristol, BS2 8PD

Chiltern House, City Roa Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2J

Ivybank, 45 St David's H Exeter, EX4 4DN

Youth Justice Centre, Southwinds, 11 Cranford Avenue, Weymouth, Dor DT4 7TL

Gloucestershire

South West

Phil Kendrick

01452 547540

01452 551114

Windsor House, 40 Brun Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1H

North Somerset

South West

Mike Rees

01275 888360

01275 888361

57 Oxford Street, Weston super-Mare, North Some BS23 1TR

Plymouth

South West

Steve Moore

01752 306999

01752 306998

3rd Floor Midland House Notte Street, Plymouth, P 2EJ 5-7 West End, Street, Somerset, BA16 0LG

Somerset South Gloucestershire Swindon

South West South West South West

Marie Edmonds Steve Waters Karen McKeown

01458 440820 01454 868558 01793 823153

01458 449100 01454 868560 01793 820578

48-50 Elm Park, Filton, S Gloucestershire, BS34 7P

The Limes, 21 Green Ro Upper Stratton, Swindon 7JA

Torbay

South West

Fred Pethard

01803 201655

01803 201721

3rd floor, Commerce Ho

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97-101 Abbey Road, Tor Devon, TQ2 5PJ Wiltshire South West Ian Langley 01225 781202 01225 719219

Court Mills Building, Po Road, Trowbridge, Wilts BA14 7EG

Bridgend

Wales

Mal Gay

01656 657243

01656 648213

Suite 2, Phase 1, Tremain Business Park, Tremains Bridgend, CF31 1PZ

Caerphilly & Blaenau Gwent Cardiff Carmarthenshire Conwy and Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd & Mon

Wales Wales Wales Wales Wales Wales

Ron Boden Ingrid Masmeyer Richard Summers Nia Elis-Williams Ray Dickson Gareth HughesJones Alan Elmer

01495 235623 029 2056 0839 01554 740120 01492 523500 01352 701125 01248 679183

01495 235620 029 2057 8746 01554 740122 01492 523555 01352 702646 01248 679180

Libanus House, 260 High Street, Blackwood, NP12 The Rise, Penhill Road, Cardiff, CF11 9PR

1 Westend, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 3

68 Conwy Road, Colwyn LL29 7LD

6th Floor, County Hall, M Flintshire, CH7 6ND

Menai Office, Beach Roa Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL5 4RQ

Merthyr Tydfil

Wales

01685 724960

01685 359726

The Law Courts, Glebela Place, Merthyr Tydfil, C 8BU

Mid Wales Monmouthshire and Torfaen Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire

Wales Wales

Janet Foster Steve Williams

01686 617670 01495 768300

01686 617681 01495 768368

25 Market Street, Newto Powys, SY16 2PD

Mamhilad House, Mamh Park Estate, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 0YT

Wales Wales Wales

Mike Goldman Andrew Wallsgrove Paul Brecknell

01639 885050 01633 292900 01437 776036/8

01639 882809 01633 290221 01646 684563

Cramic Way, Port Talbo SA13 1RU

Helyg Centre, Ringland C Newport, NP19 9PJ

Pembrokeshire County C Customer Services Centr Argyle Street, Pembroke Pembrokeshire, SA72 6H

Rhondda Cynon Taff

Wales

Andrew Gwynn

01443 827300

01443 827301

Unit 2, Fairway Court, T Road, Treforest Industria Estate, Pontypridd, CF37

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Swansea

Wales

Eddie Isles

01792 522800

01792 522805

Llwyncelyn Campus, Co Road, Cocket, Swansea, 0FJ

Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham

Wales Wales

Jane Hoey Darren Johnson

01446 745820 01978 667333

01446 739549 01978 667305

91 Salisbury Road, Barry CF62 6PD

Unit 2G, Redwither Tow Redwither Business Park Wrexham, LL13 9XT

Birmingham Coventry

West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands

Graham Fletcher Andy Pepper

0121 464 0600 024 7683 1414 01384 813060

0121 464 0609 024 7683 1400

Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly North, Birmingham, B23

Ground Floor, Christchu House, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, CV1 2GY Brindley House, 50 Hall Dudley, West Midlands, 7DT

Dudley

Mike Galikowski

01384 813270

Sandwell

Colin Hill

0121 557 8804 01952 257477 0121 779 1720

0121 521 0991

SGS House, Johns Lane, Tipton Road, Tividale, Oldbury, B69 3HX

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Solihull

Willie Goodwillie Shelly Ward

01952 242926 0121 779 1744

24 Victoria Road, Wellin Telford, Shropshire, TF1

Keepers Lodge, Chelmsl Road, Chelmsley Wood, Solihull, West Midlands, 7RS

Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent

West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands West Midlands Yorkshire

Steve Spenser John Tate

01785 358310 01782 235858

01785 358311 01782 235860

Beaconside, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST18 0YW

Ringway House, Bryan S Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, 5AJ

Walsall Warwickshire

Patrick Jennings Diane Johnson

01922 493006 01926 736200

01922 493035 01926 736201

104 Essington Road, New Invention, Willenhall, W Midlands, WV12 5DT 12 Hamilton Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4L

Wolverhampton

Sally Nash

01902 553722

01902 553227

Beckminster House, Birc Barn Road, Wolverhamp WV3 7BJ

Worcestershire and Herefordshire Barnsley

Andy McConnochie Colin Barnes

01905 732200 01226 774977

01905 732221 01226 774968

Tolladine Road, Worcest WR4 9NB

Phase 1 and 2, County W

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Barnsley, S70 2DT Bradford Calderdale Doncaster East Riding of Yorkshire Kingston-upon-Hull Kirklees Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire Paul O'Hara Stephen Toye Mark Summers Darren O'Neill 01274 436060 01422 368279 01302 736119 01482 396623 01274 436061 01422 368483 01302 736103 01482 396622

Bank House, 41 Bank St Bradford, BD1 1RD 3 Trinity Place, Halifax, Yorkshire, HX1 2BD

Rosemead, May Avenue Balby, Doncaster, DN4 9

Council Office, Main Ro Skirlaugh, East Riding o Yorkshire, HU11 5HN

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Neil Colthup Richard Smith

01482 609991 01484 226263

01482 609983 01484 226938

Myton Centre, Porter Str Kingston-upon-Hull, HU

2nd Floor, Somerset Bui 10 Church Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1DD

Leeds North East Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Jim Hopkinson Steve Baker

0113 214 5300 01472 325252

0113 214 5299 01472 325242

31 Moor Road, Headingl Leeds, LS6 4BG

44 Heneage Road, Grims North East Lincolnshire, 9ES

Yorkshire

Jayne McGregor

01724 858864

01724 851694

55-57 Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, , DN15 7P

North Yorkshire Rotherham

Yorkshire Yorkshire

Steve Walker Simon Perry

01347 823177 01709 516999

01347 824509 01709 836584

1 Hawkhill Drive, The Hawkhills, Easingwold, Yorkshire, YO11 2JN 4-6 Moorgate Road, Rotherham, South Yorks S60 2EN

Sheffield Wakefield York

Yorkshire Yorkshire Yorkshire

Andy Peaden Stephen Crofts Jill Holbert

0114 228 8577 01924 304155 01904 554565

0114 228 8500 01924 304156 01904 554566

7 St Peter's Close, Sheffi S1 2EJ

5 West Parade, Wakefiel West Yorkshire, WF1 1L

City of York Council, 1s , 10-12 George Hudson S York, YO1 6LP

Derby

East Midlands

Des Morrison

01332 256916

01332 256830

2nd Floor, St. Peter's Ho Gower Street, Derby, DE 9BR County Hall, Matlock,

Derbyshire

East Midlands

Bob Smith

01629 580000

01629 585150

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Derbyshire, DE4 3AG Leicester Leicestershire Lincolnshire East Midlands East Midlands East Midlands Mary Campagnac Wendy Poynton John Simkins 0116 299 5830 0116 265 6780 01522 554556 0116 233 6003 0116 265 6880 01522 554558

Eagle House, 11 Friar La Leicester, LE1 5RB

County Hall, Glenfield, Leicestershire, LE3 8RA

Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln 7JN

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Bath and Somerset

Enyioma Uzoegbu Paul Ambrosius Anita Kacerovskis

01225 396966 01275 888360 01458 440820 01189 390420 0121 464 0600 0121 464 0600 01902 553722 01254 299800

3 North Parade Buildings

57 Oxford Street, Weston

5-7 West End, Street, Som

Berkshire Birmingham and Solihull

Pete Dennis Phyllis Walsh Sharon Batchelor

34-36 Crown Street, Read

Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly H

Kingsmere, 18 Gravelly H

Black Country Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole

Andrew Griffiths Paul Dodd

Beckminster House, Birch

Bank House, 44 Wellingt 8AF

Mary Storey Sheila Shepheard John Butt

01253 478686 01202 453939 01305 760336

Stanley Buildings, 1-3 Ca

5 Hyde Road, Bournemou

Youth Justice Centre, Sou Dorset , DT4 7TL

Bradford Bristol Buckinghamshire

Jim Brady Steve Brown Pauline Camilleri

01274 436060 0117 903 6480 01296 434624

Bank House, 41 Bank Str

Kenham House, Wilder S

Walton House, Walton St

Milton Keynes

Lee Westlake

01908 391000

Manor Road Centre, Oak 2JG

Cambridgeshire Cheshire and Halton and Warrington Cornwall County Durham Coventry Cumbria Derby Derbyshire Devon, Plymouth and Torbay

Brigitte Squire Dave Ashton Phil Spencer Dave Carroll Tony Kirby Rob Cartner Julia Crane Judy Dixon Gail Rogers

01223 718223 01925 418618 01872 274567 0191 383 3982 024 7683 1414 01228 607179 01332 256916 01629 580000 01803 201655

Unit 100, Rustat House, C

Warrington Business Park

Chiltern House, City Roa

County Hall, Durham, DH

Ground Floor, Christchur 19 Victoria Place, Carlisl

2nd Floor, St. Peter's Hou

County Hall, Matlock, De

3rd floor, Commerce Hou

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5PJ Dyfed Powys East London East Riding of Yorkshire Essex South of the Tyne Gloucestershire Deborah Davies Mike Lovett Tracy Kelly 01554 740120 020 8227 3998 01482 396623

1 Westend, Llanelli, Carm

Bridge House, 150 Londo

Council Office, Main Roa 5HN

Karen White Alan Donnelly Jane Willett

01245 265151 0191 566 3000/1 01452 547540

Suite 3, Empire House, V

Lambton House, 145 Hig

Windsor House, 40 Bruns 1HG

Claire Pullar

01452 547540

Windsor House, 40 Bruns 1HG

Greater Manchester Central Greater Manchester East Greater Manchester West Gwent Hertfordshire Kent and Medway Kingston upon Hull Kirklees and Calderdale Knowsley, St Helens and Sefton

Dawn Johnson

0161 234 4564

Crime and Disorder Grou , M60 2LA

Glyn Lloyd Sue Walker

0161 620 9500 0161 911 8201

Medtia Place, 80 Union S

4th Floor Arndale House, M32 9XY

Viv Sanders Jacky Clementson Mark Powell Julie Glover Jackie Key John Lynch Elise Khan Jason Pickett

01495 235623 01992 556337 01622 694773 01482 609991 01422 368279 0151 443 3079 0151 285 5127 01744 677990 020 7926 2644 01772 532075

Libanus House, 260 High

County Hall, Pegs Lane, H

2nd Floor, Brenchley Hou

Myton Centre, Porter Stre

3 Trinity Place, Halifax, W 10 Derby Street, Prescot,

Police Station, Marsh Lan

Alexandra House, Boroug 1 - 9 Acre Lane, London

Lambeth and Wandsworth Lancashire

Lee Parker

Central Management Serv Street, Preston ,PR1 2UQ

Leeds Leicester and Leicestershire Lincolnshire Liverpool

Denis Lewis Karen Manville Paul Fisher Helen Rushton

0113 214 5300 0116 299 5830 01522 554556 0151 233 3000

31 Moor Road, Headingly

Eagle House, 11 Friar Lan

Witham Park House, Wat

Management Suite, 1st Fl

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Liverpool ,L1 6JQ Luton and Bedfordshire Newham Norfolk North London North of the Tyne Jim Sorley Andy Newsam Chris Small Donna Baugh Paul Brownlee 01582 547900 020 8217 5042 01603 223617 020 8489 1508 0191 277 7377

16 Rothesay Road, Luton

Stratford Police Station, 1

45 Netherwood Green, N

2-6 Middle Lane, Hornse

Block D, 4th Floor, Jesmo ,NE2 1BZ

Raglan Lawn Wrexham

Andy Piggott Emma Rathbone

01352 701125 01978 667333

6th Floor, County Hall, M

Unit 2G, Redwither Towe 9XT

Northamptonshire Nottingham City Nottinghamshire Oxfordshire Peterborough

Miranda Walters Wilf Fearon Millie Keith Jayne Foster Iain Easton Sally Allen

01604 602400 0115 915 9400 01623 476600 01865 202218 01733 746540 01733 746540 020 7525 0900 01454 868558 01724 858864 020 8404 5800 01639 885050 01709 516999 01375 413900 01785 358310 01782 235858 01473 265181/265178 01483 517000 01323 466633

53 Billing Road, Northam

2 Isabella Street, Nottingh

15 West Hill Avenue, Ma

43 Westgate, Oxford, OX

13-15 Cavell Court, Linco

13-15 Cavell Court, Linco

South East London South Gloucestershire South Humber South London South Wales South Yorkshire Southend and Thurrock Staffordshire Stoke Suffolk Surrey Sussex East

Iohna Hirving Steve Waters Heather Joy Louise Richards Mike Goldman Kate Middleton Teresa Goulding Jon White Ann Elsby Gwen Justice Annie Fernando Tony Eades

1 Bradenham Close, Walw

48-50 Elm Park, Filton, S

55-57 Oswald Road, Scun

14 Whitehorse Road, Cro Cramic Way, Port Talbot

4-6 Moorgate Road, Roth

Five Wells, West Street, G

Beaconside, Stafford, Sta

Ringway House, Bryan S 8 Russell Road, Ipswich,

Churchill House, Mayford

Saint Mark's House, 14 U 1EP

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Tees Valley Thames Wakefield Warwickshire Wessex West Mercia West London West Middlesex West Sussex Wiltshire and Swindon Wirral York and North Yorkshire

Paul Rider Steve Curran Sam Fuller David Bradford Jeff Ballard Jane Williams Alastair Romanes Roy Akins Gill Clark Julie Burt Rod McLeod Andy Dukes

01642 527597 020 7974 6762 01924 304155 01926 736200 01962 876100 01905 732200 020 8753 6200/1 020 8993 9555 01903 718739 01793 823153 0151 670 5900 01904 554565

76 Brunswick Street, Stoc

Social Services, 115 Well

5 West Parade, Wakefield

12 Hamilton Terrace, Lea

2nd Floor, 85 High Street

Tolladine Road, Worceste

Cobbs Hall, Fulham Palac 2 Cheltenham Place, Lon

County Buildings, East St

The Limes, 21 Green Roa

3rd Floor, 76 Hamilton St

City of York Council, 1st 6LP

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