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7 risk assessment for determinate sentences only risk

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7. Risk Assessment For determinate sentences only: Risk of Harm Level Prior to Recall What risk of harm level was this offender managed at prior to the incident/circumstances leading to the decision to recall? Does the offender represent a Risk of Serious Harm: Will the offender represent a risk of serious harm if released at the end of day 28 of his/her return to custody? This is the assessed risk of serious harm posed by this offender following a review of the circumstances leading to recall. This will determine the type of recall. What is the assessment of risk of serious harm presented by the offender/young offender if s/he were to be released at the end of the 28 day period in custody? This could be different from the risk of serious harm at the time of recall, if on release there is a change in circumstances which would affect the assessment of the risk posed and future management of this offender, for e.g. relocation of the victim, resolution of a dispute, termination of a relationship, location of the offender in hostel or other supported accommodation or other protective factors put in place. Where the Risk of Serious Harm Screening leads to a full Risk of Harm Analysis the most recent OASys sections R6.1, R6.2 and R10/R10/Asset – Core Profile and Asset – Risk of Serious Harm should be submitted to Public Protection Casework Section. Review of OASys at time of recall: Risk of Reconviction Assessment (OGP): Please select % within 1 year Please select % within 2 years Violence Predictor (OVP): Please select % within 1 year Please select % within 2 years Offender Group Reconviction Scale v3 (OGRS 3) Please Select % within 1 year PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 PROTECT WHEN COM- PLETED ISSUE DATE 11/07/2013
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PROTECT WHEN COMPLETED PAGE 59 (Not currently applicable to young offenders): Please select % within 2 years Outline OASys criminogenic factors if no full Risk of Harm Analysis: Where the offender/young offender is a low risk of serious harm and the screening does not lead to a full Risk of Harm Analysis, please outline the factors leading to the risk of reconviction assessment i.e. the criminogenic factors taken from Section 3-13 of OASys or the relevant sections (1-12) of Asset – Core Profile. Accommodation ETE Financial Management and Income Relationships Lifestyle and associates Drug misuse Alcohol misuse Emotional well-being Thinking and behaviour Attitudes Health and other considerations 8. Recommendation for a FTR or Standard Recall Is the offender suitable for a FTR or Standard Recall ? All indeterminate sentence prisoners (lifers or IPP/DPP) and those serving an extended sentence or extended determinate sentence are INELIGIBLE for consideration for a FTR. Determinate sentence prisoners assessed as representing a high or very high risk of harm are UNSUITABLE or a FTR.
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