Salford Reducing Re-offending Programme Susan Puffett & Manjit Seale Community Safety Partnership Youth Crime VAW TSACG IOM ETE Offenders in the Community KEY Seconded group working with offenders Agencies working with offenders Seconded group victims and witnesses Agencies working with victims and witnesses Council Group Voluntary organisation Multi-agency Team Multi-agency Team working with both Work with Prisons Mona Street Strategy to Delivery Diagram Sustainable Community Strategy Salford Strategic Threat Assessment Partnership Delivery Plan 2011/12 Community Safety Strategy 2011/14 Opportunity Strategy Partnership Approach Community Safety Partnership Five responsible authorises Other directorates Public, private & voluntary sector Holistic Approach Targeting Offender Protecting the vulnerable Education Raising Awareness Offenders IOM unit DIP interventions Mentoring project Together Women’s project Mona Street Recovery Project Youth Offending Service ASB Teams Restorative Justice Protecting people Security equipment Sanctuary scheme CCTV & audio equipment Salford Women’s Aid & IDAAS Witness Outreach Victim Support & Witness Service Witness Care Unit Integrated Offender Management Builds on PPO, MAPPA, DIP Pooling resources Managing Risk Premium Service Salford Cohort Locals MAPPA PPO Spotlight ASB DYO DV Local Offender Example Added to IOM Thomas Project drug detox Good Progress + attending college Moving on to assisted living Moved to green. Probation 9 Districts across Greater Manchester Budget of £50m 1,300 staff Supervise approximately 16,000 offenders at any time Write 14,000 reports per year Manage Community Orders on adults (18+) 12 requirements: Activity Attendance Centre Drug Rehabilitation Mental Health Treatment Prohibited Activity Supervision Alcohol Treatment Curfew Exclusion Programme Residence Unpaid Work Key phases Stabilise and control. Curfew is good for this phase Introduce new skills, thinking and behaviour Consolidate new skills, thinking and behaviour Access resources in community Intensive Alternative to Custody (IAC) For offenders who are likely to receive a prison sentence Provides a community order with several requirements Intensive and frequent contact Close links with G4S and Police Manage prisoners In 2010, UK prison population 85,000 Supervise adults aged 21+ who receive a sentence of 12 months or more Supervise all 18-21 year olds released Involved in pre-release planning Close links with Prison Service Home Detention Curfew Licences Similar conditions to Community Orders but with greater powers to control (but must be proportionate and balanced) Serve half time in prison, half in community Recall to prison is via Home Office If not considered dangerous will be automatically released after 28 days if recalled Victim Work Contact victims of crimes where offence is sexual or violent and offender gets 12m or more. Can request exclusion zones or no contact conditions in licences. Community Payback Preventing offending - reintegrate back into Society Retribution - punishment - restriction of liberty Reparation - making amends - socially useful work Rehabilitation - readapt to society - retraining Community Payback Working in partnership with the community The Work is visible and recognised Reducing the fear of crime Redwood club – people with learning difficulties Two Sunday lunchtimes for older people MAPPA Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements Police/Probation/Prisons are lead agencies Other agencies have a duty to co-operate Management of most dangerous individuals Salford Offenders 730 Community Orders - 122 Female and 608 Male 563 Imprisonments - 25 Female and 538 Male 11 Life Imprisonments = 3 Female and 8 Male 47 Life Imprisonments Pre CJA = 1 Female and 46 Male 83 Public Protection = 1 Female and 82 Male 303 Suspended Sentence Orders = 54 Female and 249 Male 17 YOI <12 months = 3 Female and 14 Male 21 Youth Rehabilitation Order = 2 Female and 19 Male 1743 Total cases = 266 Female and 1477 Male 1114 Current cases = 171 Female and 943 Male 309 Unpaid work = 44 Female and 267 Male 217 Unpaid work with CO = 27 Female and 190 Male 92 Unpaid work with SSO = 15 Female and 77 Male 611 Total Community Orders = 109 Female and 502 Male 266 Total Suspended Sentence Orders = 48 Female and 218 Male 93 Current NDAR cases = 27 Female and 66 Male Summary Working in partnership Moving away risk management to rehabilitation Repairing the harm to the victim and the community 2009/10 have reduced crime by 15%, GM 13% Have reduced reoffending by 9.62% - Target 8.71% 2010/11 GM Probation Salford is the best local delivery unit.