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M I N I S T E R I A L F O R E W O R D by Baroness Scotland M A P P A INTRODUCTION

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he work being undertaken to improve the safety of communities through the Elaine Lumley he joint arrangements for the 2005 - emphasising the important
Chief Officer assessment and management of contribution that health provision (especially
Contents Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) is vitally important and a
priority for government. The annual reports for 2004/5 provide evidence of that
active engagement. Violence and sexual abuse are unacceptable wherever they
National Probation
Service -Teesside
those offenders who fall under
the MAPPA have been further
mental health) makes to protecting the
public and preventing re-offending. Similarly
occur and it is evident that through MAPPA such offenders are identified and strengthened during the past our relationship with Housing Authorities
better managed than ever before. As the number of offenders within MAPPA year and it may be helpful to has been enhanced by the provision of a
continues to grow as expected there is clear evidence that the Responsible Authority, that is summarise some of these developments in protocol for returning prisoners which
the local police, probation and the Prison Service, is addressing these additional demands by this foreword. should ensure more appropriate access to
Key Achievements strengthening local partnerships, using new statutory powers to restrict the behaviour of suitable accommodation.
offenders, returning offenders to custody where they breach their licence or order, and using Our joint Police/Probation Public Protection
the findings of research and inspection to strengthen national guidance and local practice. Unit is now well established and has already Another positive development during the
Prison Service - HMP Holme
brought added benefits to our work in this past year has been the successful
House Sean Price field. The involvement of the Prison Service appointment of two Lay Advisers to the
Although it is never possible completely to eliminate the risk posed by dangerous offenders,
MAPPA is helping to ensure that fewer people are re-victimised. Chief Constable as a ‘responsible authority’ alongside Police Strategic Management Board. The Lay
Identifying Risk Cleveland Police and Probation has also further enhanced our Advisers were appointed in January 2005
The active implementation of the Criminal Justice Act (2003) during the last year has clearly work with those offenders who have served and having completed their induction they
Risk Assessment
enhanced the ability of a number of agencies including health, social services and housing to part of their sentence in custody. are now able to play a meaningful and
The Approach at HMP Holme House work collaboratively with the Responsible Authority in assessing and managing those sexual important role in bringing a community
and violent offenders in our communities who pose the highest risk of serious harm. For the However, protecting the public from, and perspective to the work of the Board. We
Interdepartmental Risk Management preventing re-offending by, those who fall very much look forward to their ongoing
Meetings
continued success of MAPPA this collaboration together with the scrutiny of policy and practice
must become the hallmark of these arrangements. Similarly MAPPA must integrate with other under the scope of MAPPA is not solely the contribution.
Prison Risk Management Model public protection mechanisms dealing with child abuse, domestic abuse and racial abuse. responsibility of these criminal justice
agencies so the growing involvement of Although it is important to recognise that
For me one of the most exciting developments in this arena in the last 12 months has been Mick Lees other players has also been important. Other we will never totally eliminate risk, we hope
the appointment of lay advisers to assist the Responsible Authority in the oversight of the Governor partners such as Health and Housing that this report reassures you about the
How MAPPA Operate Locally arrangements. As ordinary members of the public these lay advisers represent a diverse, able HMP Holme House Authorities have a key role to play in helping strength of our local arrangements and that
and committed group of people who are now helping the statutory agencies to oversee the us to manage any risk which such offenders it also gives you a flavour of how “working
Multi Agency Risk Management Meeting work being undertaken through MAPPA and communicate with the public more effectively. may pose. During the past year we have together” really does contribute to
(RMM) Without a growing sense of public knowledge and confidence about this work much of the held a regional conference with Health protecting the public, fewer victims and
benefits of the public protection arrangements will be lost. colleagues - with a local seminar held in May making our communities safer.
Multi Agency Public Protection Panel
(MAPPP)
I hope this annual report will be useful, informative and re-assuring to local communities. The
Actions agreed at meetings 2004/05 agencies and individuals who have contributed to the achievement of MAPPA locally are to
be commended.

Sex Offender Treatment


Programmes

Case Studies

Baroness Scotland
Minister of State for Criminal Justice
and Offender Management
Other Agencies

The Focus on Victims

Lay Advisers

Strategic Management Board

Contacts

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KEY ACHIEVEMENTS Police and Probation have undertaken joint When completed it provides an assessment PRISON RISK MANAGEMENT MODEL to the public. These meetings are chaired
training in VISOR (Violent and Sex Offender of Low, Medium, High and Very High. either by an Assistant Chief Officer of
Register), the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and Probation or Detective Inspector from the
MAPPA in Teesside began in 1997. There CHAIR
the Freedom of Information Act. Joint Police/Probation Public Protection
have been significant changes in 2004/05 to
Unit, depending on which service has
take into account new legislation and to
Our regional seminar this year was aimed at Risk Assessment POLICE LIAISON PUBLIC primary responsibility for the very high risk
improve working practices particularly
Strategic Health Authorities and was run OFFICER PROTECTION offender.
between Police and Probation as well as
jointly with Northumbria, County Durham The Prison Service has a duty to provide CO-ORDINATOR
bringing the Prison Service on board as the
and Teesside with over 70 people attending timely information about continuing risk at The purpose of these meetings is to:
third Responsible Authority in public
a very interesting day. Representatives from key points in the sentence, in particular PERSONAL
protection work.
Prison, Probation and Police joined together through gathering information about highly OFFICER PSYCHOLOGY -Bring together key professionals from
The new legislation includes the Sex
Offender Act 2003 which came into force on
to identify developments in the Duty to Co-
operate between Health and the Responsible
dangerous prisoners for example child sex
offender networking patterns, contact with
The relevant agencies to share and examine
information that has led to a concern
1st May 2004 and gives new powers for
Sexual Offences Prevention Orders, Risk of
Authorities. victims and release plans. All those involved
in public protection will normally plan the
release of offenders who are to be managed
COMMUNITY
PSYCHIATRIC
Prisoner about an individual.
-Share any other relevant information
that an agency holds, which may assist
PROBATION
Sexual Harm Orders and Travel Orders. The through MAPPA at least three months before NURSE in assessing the risks posed and the
Freedom of Information Act 2004 also came PRISON SERVICE - HMP HOLME HOUSE release. possible methods of intervention that
into force on 1 January 2005 and the minutes may help to reduce the risks.
of our Risk Management and MAPPP In April 2004 following the implementation PAROLE CLERK
meetings reflect this. As well as the above of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 the Prison -Decide and agree what actions are
SAFER CUSTODY SENTENCE PLANNING
the Criminal Justice Act 2003 introduces a Service became part of the responsible The Approach at HMP Holme House required as part of the risk management
raft of new provisions aimed at strengthening OFFICER
authority alongside the Police and Probation strategy and which agency/individual will
sentences to protect the public. SECURITY
services. If risk management is only carried out at a have responsibility for implementation.
fixed point before release the ability to
2004 has been a very exciting year for HMP Holme House is represented on the change a prisoner's attitude to offending -Consider where any disclosure should
Teesside. The Police joined forces with the Strategic Management Board for Multi and his/her ability to succeed will be Prison Risk Management Model are making appropriate referrals to the be made to the offender (the general
Probation Service in May 2004 when they Agency Public Protection Arrangements in reduced. If risk management is focussed on Probation/Police Joint Unit. principle being that the offender will be
moved into the Probation building and Teesside and effective arrangements are in those who present the greatest risk soon The levels of risk of harm used by OASys - informed that he/she is high or very high
developed a fully integrated team. This was place to manage the risks that offenders may after reception, and reviewed at key stages low, medium, high and very high - provide a Using the procedures we can effectively risk unless members conclude that to
further progressed in March 2005 with present on their release from custody. in the sentence, we may be able to standardised categorisation of risk for all assess and manage the risks posed by sexual, inform the offender would increase the
Probation and Police staff undertaking joint effectively address the prisoner’s needs and MAPPA offenders. Using risk assessment violent and other dangerous offenders. risks posed by him/her).
visits to sex offenders to manage the risk reduce the chance of reoffending by tools it is possible to group offenders and Whenever a joint or multi agency approach
these offenders pose and hence gaining a intervention and enhanced risk management. target resources to deal with risk. The risk would improve public protection, the Police, -Consider any likely media interest and
greater understanding of each other's work. This also provides a comprehensive outline of management model described below is Probation, Prison and other agencies will where necessary agree a media strategy.
the prisoner’s potential to re-offend. intended to focus on the needs and issues of share information and where necessary
The introduction of VISOR, the computerised prisoners in the high and very high groups. convene a public protection meeting. * Actions agreed at meetings 2004/05
Violent and Sex Offender Register, has
further assisted us in working together. The risk management team ensure MAPPA -Review progress against any current risk
Our protocol outlines arrangements for
Teesside is one of the few areas where Interdepartmental Risk Management referrals are submitted and that the police management strategy
convening meetings at two levels:
Probation Officers are trained in its use and Meetings and probation service Public Protection Units
work with the Police in accessing this system. are notified of the expected release dates of -Psychiatric assessments
Multi Agency Risk Management
Within the prison setting the risks posed by prisoners.
Police staff on the team are soon to be Meeting (RMM)
high/very high risk of serious harm offenders -Entry onto sex offender treatment
trained in the Probation Service’s Case To manage the risk posed by those
who are subject to MAPPA, as well as those Where a high risk prisoner’s proposed area of programmes
Record Administration Management System individuals who are considered high risk
considered a high risk due to their history release is Teesside and the prisoner is in
to improve efficiency even further. and whose management would benefit by
and/or current behaviour are assessed custody in another establishment, -Increased monitoring by agencies
being carried out on a multi agency
through risk management meetings attended consideration is given to the feasibility of (including surveillance)
The new Multi Agency Public Protection footing rather than a single agency
Identifying Risk by key staff within the prison. early transfer to HMP Holme House to assist
guidance has been distributed to all agencies approach. These meetings are chaired
in the handling of release arrangements. -Enforcement action such as recalling
and over 200 people have attended ten All offenders who have committed a either by a Senior Probation Officer or
HMP Holme House has developed regular offenders to prison
launches in various locations throughout the specified sexual or violent offence under Detective Sergeant from the Joint
risk management meetings to ensure that
area with Police and Probation co-presenting schedule 15 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 Police/Probation Public Protection Unit,
the proportionate response to risk is a -An application for and granting of
at each location. are identified when they arrive in custody as depending on which service has primary
dynamic process. We work to identify Sexual Offences Prevention Orders
prisoners subject to MAPPA. responsibility for the high risk offender.
offenders who will require the greatest
In October 2004 a “mock” MAPPP (Multi degree of management in terms of HOW MAPPA OPERATE Multi-Agency Public Protection Panel
-Accommodation issues
Agency Public Protection Panel) was recorded The standard assessment tool for the monitoring, intervention and supervision.
to demonstrate the work of managing Probation and Prison Services is the Offender LOCALLY (MAPPP) -Panic alarm installations
difficult offenders on a multi agency basis. Assessment System (OASys). This provides an
This provoked a lot of interest resulting in indication of the offender's ‘risk of harm’ An increasing number of agencies are To manage the critical few who are
television and radio interviews. and the offender's likelihood of re-offending. becoming aware of MAPPA procedures and considered to pose a risk of serious harm

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A further issue that is considered during The following are examples of work carried ensures public safety. He was only allowed The risk management meeting discussed THE FOCUS ON VICTIMS The Induction training in Teesside has
every meeting concerns disclosure. That is out as a result of the Teesside Multi Agency to move into his own accommodation disclosure to a further potential victim whose been most interesting, with Probation,
whether informing other individuals, Public Protection Arrangements: following the agreement of the MAPPP after identity was disclosed at this meeting. Social The National Probation Service - Teesside has Police and Prison staff being committed
organisations, or members of the public about a full risk assessment. Whilst on licence, Services shared valuable information of their a statutory duty to make contact with the to providing a solid preparation for the
the risks posed by an identified person is joint monitoring will continue with regular protection plan for the children. Regular victims of violent and sexual crime where the role of Lay Adviser. All have been most
necessary and justified. Procedural guidelines Case Study 1 MAPPP reviews. He will be subject to Police reviews to monitor Barry’s behaviour have generous in their time and in their
offender is sentenced to 12 months or more
exist to ensure any disclosures made are legal, monitoring indefinitely. taken place, and to date Barry is doing well. in custody. Victim Liaison Officers (VLOs) commitment to our training.
justified, and necessary and proportionate. John, aged 42 years, was convicted of eight
offer the victim the opportunity to receive
offences of Indecent Assault and received a We are in the very early days of
Case Study 2 information regarding the sentence; this will
If an individual is considered to be very high prison sentence. Prior to his release into the developing this role, and our view of
include notification of significant aspects of
or high risk, their name will be placed on the community a Multi-Agency Public Protection how we can assist the Strategic
Barry has an extensive history of Domestic release arrangements, including the
registers held by Cleveland Police and the Panel was convened involving probation, Management Board may be very
Violence against various partners, the latest opportunity to request additional licence
National Probation Service Teesside. A Multi- police, prison, housing, social services, health
offence of Assault being committed hours OTHER AGENCIES conditions that could offer them protection different in a year or two to how we
Agency Review Panel meets every three and approved premises staff. He was see it now.
after being released from custody for following an offender’s release.
months to review cases and ongoing released into the community and registered A range of partners work with MAPPA. Here
assaulting the same partner.
monitoring by a range of professionals takes as very high risk with extensive licence are just a few examples of the work they do: I consider it a privilege to be associated
The VLO acts as a link between the MAPPA
place to reduce risks as far as possible. conditions which had been agreed at the with a dedicated group of professionals,
He was imprisoned again and a Risk process and victims. Liaison occurs with
MAPPP and excluded him from a certain who provide an enormous service to the
Management Meeting was held two months (a) The Cleveland Diversion Team (CDT) is a other agencies, particularly Police and Victim
county in England. He was required to Teesside community; a service which, in
prior to his release from prison in order to multi-agency team (Health, Social Support to ensure that information is
reside in a Probation hostel and was subject the main, the community are
put a robust Risk Management Strategy in Services, Probation) working with available to the MAPPP and Risk
to electronic tagging four times a day. He
SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT was monitored weekly by Probation and place to protect three victims and their mentally disordered offenders. Management Meetings to allow a completely unaware of.
children. comprehensive risk assessment to be made.
PROGRAMMES Police on joint visits, as well as by hostel
CDT attend RMM/MAPPP meetings to The meeting will then formulate any I look forward to developing in the role,
staff. Information was shared with other and hope to become a valuable
Essential to the meeting were Domestic identify those offenders who may have necessary risk management strategies to
The National Probation Service - Teesside has agencies, particularly social services, to resource for the Multi Agency team.
Violence Officers (Police), Victim Liaison a mental illness or mental health protect the victim.
a specialist sex offender team trained to ensure the safety of children.
deliver a nationally accredited sex offender Officers, Social Services, Housing Providers, problems. They can either provide a
The VLO works closely with Victim Support (b) My appointment as one of the two Lay
treatment programme. The Sex Offender He was fortunate to gain employment locally Prison, Police and Probation. nursing assessment of their needs, liaise
and other local agencies to ensure that the Advisers has been fairly recent -
Groupwork Programme involves intensive and his tagging was reduced accordingly with mental health services if already
victim receives as much support as they need confirmed in December 2004.
groupwork intervention with offenders in the following discussion at a further MAPPP A comprehensive plan was put in place, known or refer to services where
appropriate. CDT work alongside to cope with the after effects of offences
community, taking up to 12 months to meeting. On learning that he was sending including exclusion zones in the licence We are full members of the Strategic
Probation staff to manage difficulties perpetrated against them.
complete the full programme. This is in indecent images by phone, a Sexual Offences conditions. Additionally, crime prevention Management Board, which reviews and
addition to the ongoing monitoring and Prevention Order was successfully applied for assistance and advice for victims and often presented by those with mental
‘ monitors the work of MAPPA - and
supervision that is part of the offender’s which involved all agencies providing extensive support from women’s domestic health problems.
overarching this is its role to shape and
community order or licence period. The information to support the SOPO. violence organisations were part of the plan. develop the local framework of MAPPA
programme is based upon evidence-based Housing providers agreed to assist with his (b) Social Service Departments work closely and develop connections with other
research findings which have identified the He is now restricted from specific activities accommodation and monitor his behaviour with MAPPA both in Adult Protection LAY ADVISERS agencies. As part of the Strategic
most effective methods of reducing re- which could contribute to reoffending and as a responsible tenant. through Vulnerable Adult procedures as Management Board, our role as lay
offending. It is designed to challenge well as with children through Child In December 2004 the Strategic advisers also includes bringing an
attitudes and behaviours and teaches new Protection procedures. All three Management Board were fortunate to recruit ‘outside’ perspective to the situation -
ways of coping with situations and feelings. procedures work alongside each other two members of the local community to something already well-established in
Offenders are helped to learn new ways of to ensure those most vulnerable represent the community interests. Below are other areas and walks of life.
thinking and how to make clear decisions to members of society are protected. their early views on involvement in MAPPA:
avoid difficult places, situations and patterns Following appointment, we began an
of behaviour. There is a significant emphasis (c) Accommodation is an essential element (a) When applying for the post of Lay extensive induction period - partly an
on increasing an offender's levels of victim in ensuring those who pose the highest Adviser to the MAPPA Strategic intensive residential course over three
empathy. risk to society are visible to those who Management Board, I hoped that my days, with other newly-appointed lay
need to monitor their movements. experience of working in a variety of advisers from other parts of the country;
Attendance of an offender through the Providing appropriate housing with posts in the Teesside community could and partly local. During the local
programme is regularly fed back into MAPPA proper risk assessment is essential to be utilised to assist and support the induction, we were introduced in detail
so that progress and risk can be closely this ongoing monitoring of some professional people engaged in Public to the work already being carried out
monitored and managed by all relevant offenders. Housing providers have Protection in the area in which I live. on Teesside by the police, probation,
agencies. continued to develop their and prison services in promoting public
understanding of this area of work and The initial training, undertaken over a protection - through a combination of
The numbers of sex offenders has increased this will only be enhanced by HARP weekend in Birmingham, was legal measures, inter-agency working,
due to new registrations and the length of (Housing and Returning Prisoners interesting and comprehensive. and rehabilitation of offenders.
time individuals remain on the register. Protocol) which will be introduced this Meeting other Lay Advisers, some as
Some will remain on the sex offender register year with all agencies striving to recently appointed as I, some with a Our welcome by these agencies
for life in order to ensure appropriate accommodate some of the most few months experience, was valuable, throughout has been positive and
mechanisms for tracking/monitoring serious vulnerable and challenging people in and highlighted the fact that there are evident, as was their professionalism
sex offenders. our communities. many different approaches to the role. and commitment, and the benefits

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experienced through the multi-agency There has been an expected increase in the STATISTICAL INFORMATION Number of offenders
working already in place, and which is in number of Registered Sex Offenders living in
the course of being developed further. Teesside in 2004/5. This is due to the
requirement to register where previously Category 1: MAPPA offenders: Registered Sex Offenders (RSOs)
As part of what is still a relatively new those convicted of sexual offences had no
development, I am both encouraged such constraints placed upon them. The rise
and excited at what the future may hold will also reflect the new Orders provided by i. The number of RSOs living in the Teesside area on 31 March 2005 393
in terms of continual improvement of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 which
public protection measures for our area. widened the net in relation to those
offenders who are required to register their
address with the police. The registration (a) RSOs per 100,000 population 71
periods for sex offenders are lengthy and,
STRATEGIC therefore, the figure is likely to rise year-on-
year as offenders are not removed from the ii. The number of sex offenders having a registration requirement who
MANAGEMENT BOARD register and newly convicted offenders are were either cautioned or convicted for breaches of the requirement, 3
added to it. The Responsible Authorities between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2005
The Strategic Management Board (SMB) has continue to monitor registered sex offenders
continued to focus on Multi Agency Public closely and an awareness of offenders
Protection Arrangements in Cleveland. The whereabouts enables robust management
Board benefits from the expertise of a wide iii. The number of Sex Offences Prevention Orders (SOPOs) (a) applied
plans to be actioned in respect of the
range of members who have all responded for (b) interim SOPOs granted and (c) full SOPOs imposed by the
behaviour and activities of registered sex
positively to the Duty to Cooperate courts in Teesside between 1 May 2004 and 31 March 2005:
offenders.
introduced in the Criminal Justice Act 2003
implemented in the last twelve months The New MAPPA guidance was introduced in
Board is made up of representatives from the March 2003 which extended the remit of (a) The total number applied for 4
following agencies: agreed procedures with a number of events multi-agency reporting to include offenders
within all agencies. The use of case studies who are considered high risk by agencies but
* Probation has assisted professionals to gain an who are not considered the “critical few”. (b) interim SOPOs granted 1
* Prison Service understanding of the complexities of public Those offenders considered as high risk are
* Police protection work. Reviews of cases which being managed on a multi-agency basis and
* Social Services have resulted in further offences occurring the success of the management plans
* Health including the Strategic Health are reported to the Strategic Management ensures that the risk they pose does not (c) full SOPOs imposed by the courts in Teesside 4
Authority Board with full discussion taking place on place them in the category of the “critical
* Housing risk management plans. In the two case few” ie those offenders who pose the
* Victim Support reviews that have taken place in the last highest risk of causing harm in the iv. The number of Notification Orders (a) applied for (b) interim Notification
* NSPCC twelve months the findings have validated community. A significant number of MAPPA Orders granted and (c) full Notification Orders imposed by the courts in
* Securicor the high standard of work of all professionals level 2 offenders involve Domestic Violence Teesside between 1 May 2004 and 31 March 2005:
* Youth Offender Service involved in managing the risks in the which is seen as a serious issue by the
* Two recently appointed Lay Advisers community. Responsible Authorities in terms of
protecting vulnerable victims. This robust
In January of this year health members of the Two lay advisers joined the Strategic (a) The total number applied for 0
management of Level 2 high risk offenders
Strategic Management Board attended a Management Board in January 2005 and are has ensured the number of very high risk
regional conference looking at ways of offering a useful insight already in terms of offenders has not increased in this year and
working together and this has been followed how we can promote the joint work carried has in fact decreased. This is positive (b) interim Notification Orders granted 0
up with a local seminar to improve on risk out in public protection. intervention at an early stage to ensure risk
management of high/very high risk offenders. does not escalate.
As well as the above the implementation of
The Monitoring and Review Group chaired the Criminal Justice Act 2003 has introduced In respect of Serious Further Offences being (c) full Notification Orders imposed by the courts in Teesside 0
by Social Services has continued to meet new sentences for dangerous offenders and committed by those subject to MAPPA, there
bi-monthly and reviews practice in managing professionals in Criminal Justice agencies have been no SFOs committed by the Level 3
difficult people as well as ensuring the have been trained in these new measures “critical few” offenders and two SFOs by v. The number of Foreign Travel Orders (a) applied for and (b) imposed by
responsible authorities are targeting the right which aim to provide an enhanced level of Level 2 high risk, both offences were of a the courts in Teesside between 1 May 2004 and 31 March 2005:
people into risk management procedures. A protection for local communities. violent nature and not related to sexual
standard audit tool is used to assess offending.
appropriate decision-making. Issues raised The next twelve months will again bring
have centred on domestic violence and mental challenges but the commitment of all Overall, the figures in respect of Recalls to (a) The total number applied for 1
health issues as regular features in the lifestyles agencies to work together will provide Prison suggest that agencies are responding
of those who pose the highest risk to society. reassurance for local communities that quickly to manage offenders appropriately
significant efforts are made to monitor and and to ensure that the public are protected (b) imposed by the courts in Teesside 1
Members of the Strategic Management manage the most difficult people living in from those offenders who have the potential
Board have continued to promote the locally society. to cause harm to the community.

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STATISTICAL INFORMATION (cont.) Number of offenders CONTACTS
National Probation Service - Teesside Address Phone
Category 2: violent offenders and other sexual offenders
Assistant Chief Officer 6th Floor – Centre North East 01642 230533
73-75 Albert Road
vi. The number of violent and other sexual offenders (as defined by Middlesbrough
Section 327 (3), (4) and (5) of the Criminal Justice Act (2003)) living in 160 TS1 2RU
Teesside between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2005

Category 3: Other offenders Lay Advisors Address Phone

Lay Advisors 6th Floor – Centre North East 01642 230533


vii. The number of ‘other offenders’ (as defined by Section 325 (2)(b) of the 45 73-75 Albert Road
Criminal Justice Act (2003)) between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2005 Middlesbrough
TS1 2RU

Category 4: MAPPP cases

Cleveland Police Address Phone

Level 3 Level 2
viii. The number of MAPPA offenders in the three categories (1) RSOs, Detective Inspector Police Public Protection Unit 01642 326326
(2) violent and other sexual offenders (V&O) and (3) other offenders RSO 5 12 160 Albert Road
(OthO) who have been managed through the MAPPP (level 3) and Middlesbrough
through local inter-agency risk management (level 2) between V&O 4 33 TS1 2PZ
1 April 2004 and 31 March 2005:
OthO 6 39

Victim Support and Witness


ix Of the cases managed at levels 3 or 2 (ie (viii)) between 1 April 2004 Service Teesside Address Phone
and 31 March 2005 how many, whilst managed at that level were:

Co-ordinator Briargate 01642 293000


4 Longlands Road
Level 3 Level 2 Middlesbrough
(a) Returned to custody for a breach of licence TS4 2JL
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Level 3 Level 2 HM Prison Service Address Phone


(b) Returned to custody for a breach of a restraining order or sexual
offences prevention order 0 0
Area Manager Artemis Court 0191 378 6000
Meadowfield
DURHAM
Level 3 Level 2 DH7 8XQ
(c) Charged with a serious sexual or violent offence
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