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Managing Persistent And Serious Offenders in the Community

Intensive Community Programmes in Theory And Practice
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Willan Publishing (UK)
English law: criminal law, Offenders, Social Work, Social Science, Sociology, Penology, Criminology, Case studies, Community-based corrections, Great Britain, Parole, Police superv
ContributionsRobin Moore (Editor)
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Open LibraryOL8951092M
ISBN 101843921812
ISBN 139781843921813
OCLC/WorldCa70875626

Over the last few years intensive community programmes for both young and adult offenders have become established in the UK as an important new component of penal policy − the ISSP (Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme) for persistent and serious young offenders, and the ICCP (Intensive Control and Change Programme) for adult by: 1.

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Publisher: Routledge. Taylor is the author of Invention and Innovation ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Excuse for Sadism ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), The /5(2). group of violent offenders who can be characterised as persistent or repeat offenders and who have more frequent and more violent offending.

These offenders are most usually assessed on actuarial measures as high risk of violent re-offending. It is. The Violent Offenders Therapeutic Programme (VOTP) – Rationale and effectiveness 2. This chapter will focus on the role of third-sector organisations in the management of sex offenders in the community.

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The chapter will consider, given the changing landscape of offender. CSOM TYPOLOGY Offend on a Peer / Adult •Predominantly assault female / stranger / acquaintance. •With other criminal activity / public place.

•Hx of non-sexual offenses. •Higher levels of aggression, violence, use weapons, cause injury to victim. Offense againstFile Size: 2MB.

The model process for managing adult sex offenders in the community is a containment approach that seeks to hold offenders accountable through the combined use of both offenders’ internal controls and external control measures (such as the use of the polygraph and relapse prevention plans).

More editions of Managing Persistent and Serious Offenders in the Community: Managing Persistent and Serious Offenders in the Community: ISBN (. Predicting future violence among criminal offenders is notoriously difficult. In the first edition of their popular book Violent Offenders: Appraising and Managing Risk, Vernon L.

Quinsey, Grant T. Harris, Marnie E. Rice, and Catherine A. Cormier argued that community risk management can be improved by using actuarial assessment and combining what is known about the prediction of violence, the Cited by: IN THIS JOURNAL.

Journal Home; Browse Journal. Current Issue; OnlineFirst; All IssuesAuthor: Janet Jamieson. Book Description. Over the last few years intensive community programmes for both young and adult offenders have become established in the UK as an important new component of penal policy − the ISSP (Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme) for persistent and serious young offenders, and the ICCP (Intensive Control and Change Programme) for adult offenders.

'Alternative approaches to integrating offenders into the community' pp 55 in Harper, G. and Chitty, C. [Eds] Home Office Research Study The Impact of Corrections on Re-offending: a review.

Safer Communities, Safer Relationships: Generating Solutions for Reducing Persistent Violence and Other Serious Offending Home \ Conferences \ Persistent violence and other serious offending behaviour has a devastating effect on victims, family members, society and the perpetrators themselves.

The Causes and Correlates projects in Denver, Pittsburgh, and Rochester examined the ages of onset of serious delinquency 3 for juvenile offenders in urban areas and found that most males who eventually became persistent serious offenders had committed their first serious nonviolent offense by age 14 -- 85% in Pittsburgh, approximately 65% in.

Five key themes relevant to the treatment of juvenile offenders are reflected throughout the chapters in this book: 1. Most youth do not engage in serious offending; rather it is a small group of chronic offenders who should be the primary focus of treatment programs.

Serious offending behavior is learned over time and reflects aFile Size: 4MB. Breaks the cycle of violence, brings peace, justice, balance back to society. Requires all parties commit (victims, offenders, community, etc.).

Requires tangible contract terms to restore justice and peace that all parties agree to. Very difficult for some serious crimes, more acceptable for less serious crimes and juvenile crime. Robin's doctoral research was an evaluation of the enforcement of financial Penalties by magistrates' courts.

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He has published articles on both financial penalties and intensive supervision, and is the lead author of a book on managing persistent and serious offenders in the community.

Education. University of BirminghamTitle: Head of Research at HMI Probation. Introduction. Risk assessment is a complex term to both define and operationalize; by its very nature, “risk” is a dynamic and fluid concept that is context, culturally, and personally defined ().While risk extends to a range of situations, for example, most recently discussed in relation to business and financial markets, one area where it has also grown in prominence is in relation to Author: Gareth Norris, Gwynn Griffith, Heather Nicole Norris.

Inthe Youth Justice Board of England & Wales introduced the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP). It was quickly hailed as the most robust community-based sanction available for the most serious and persistent young offenders.

However, it has been dogged by high reconviction by: 5. Managing Disruptive Behavior Workbook for Teens provides assessments and self-guided activities to help teens reduce the intensity of their problem behaviors, learn coping skills, and begin living more effective and fulfilling lives.

When to Worry. Disruptive behavior problems surface in classrooms, at home and in the community as teens argue withFile Size: 1MB. Managing Persistent and Serious Offenders in the Community: Book 1 (Comic-Strip Preserves) 1 copy, 1 review; #4 Robin Moore - Managing Persistent and Serious Offenders in the Community: Intensive #5 Moore, Robin Aug.

18 - Living Dead Dolls, Improve this author. A key example includes the WHARE programme for young acquisitive offenders; an offence category particularly over-represented in the population of persistent offenders.

Running in both prison and community settings, this programme innovatively combines rehabilitation and reintegration services, and incorporates a focus on whānau engagement.A continuum of sentencing and corrections options should be available, with prison space for the most serious offenders and adequate community programs for diversion and supervision of others.

Ensure assessment of offender risk, needs and assets in order to provide appropriate placement, services and requirements.The recent white paper, “Justice for All,” accepts that persistent, serious offenders-thementioned earlier-are hard to rehabilitate and should be detained to protect the public.

However, it also estimates that only ab of this group are in prison at any one time.