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PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 UNCLASSIFIED ISSUE DATE 11/07/2013
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UNCLASSIFIED PAGE 51 18.9 Law firms / solicitors should be sponsored by a government body in order for them to obtain a CJSM email account. 18.10 If law firms / solicitors request for PPCS Case Managers to sponsor them, PPCS Case Managers will need to ensure to the CJSM application process that: The law firm / solicitor is known to Case Managers and are regularly communicated with (not necessarily by email but phone and letter as well); The law firm / solicitor resides at the address they have supplied (i.e. post mail is sent to their supplied address); Their email address has a secure domain i.e. [email protected] 18.11 The above checks will be made by CJSM if the law firm / solicitors details need verifying. 18.12 There is no cost to sponsor firms, however ultimately, the final decision in sponsoring a law firm / solicitor rests with PPCS Heads of Casework. Joint National Protocol on the Recall of Offenders Released on Licence 18.13 A copy of the most recent edition of the Joint National Protocol (JNP) on the Recall of Offenders Released on Licence can be found here. 18.14 This protocol is intended to provide a framework for partner agencies to work together to supervise offenders, enforce their licences, to effect an efficient recall to custody of those who breach their licence conditions and ensure a properly informed and timely review of suitability for re-release is undertaken, in order to protect the public and prevent further crime. The objectives are: To ensure that effective and timely communication exists between NOMS, the Police Forces, Probation Trusts/YOTs, Electronic Monitoring Contractors and all other signatory agencies throughout the period an offender is being supervised, including throughout and subsequent to an offender’s recall to custody; To ensure the early apprehension of offenders whose licences the Secretary of State has revoked. 18.15 It is important that all staff involved in the recall of offenders have access to the JNP and are familiar with the responsibilities of their respective agency. PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 UNCLASSIFIED ISSUE DATE 11/07/2013
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UNCLASSIFIED PAGE 52 Recalling Offenders who have been Remanded in Custody or who are due to Appear in Court 18.16 The following procedures in paragraphs 17.19 – 17.23 must be followed for recalling offenders who are either in police or prison custody or who are due to appear in court and are in the process of being recalled and so the court may wish to consider remanding in custody pending confirmation of the recall. 18.17 Where an offender is in custody, or is due to appear in court on further charges, and the Offender Manager is intending to recall the offender, or has recalled the offender but the revocation order has not yet been served, the OM must : Ensure that court duty staff are aware that the offender is in the process of being recalled; Ensure that the court duty staff have copies of recall paperwork to assist the court so that offenders who need to be in custody are not released; Inform the CPS and the Public Protection Casework Section.
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