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Email address are there any arrest issues of which

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Email Address: Are there any arrest issues of which police should be aware of? This might include information regarding whether the offender is known to be violent on arrest; use of weapons ; possible risks to or from other household members. (DV/child protection/vulnerable persons)etc. Please provide details. 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 57 6. The circumstances and details of the breach Specify which conditions have been breached and how. Include dates and names of agencies involved What is the pattern of behaviour causing concern at this time? Provide details of the index offence. What risk factors have been activated; is the current pattern of behaviour linked to the offender’s original offence/risk factors and triggers at the time? Is there an increase in risk of serious harm? Is it a violent/sexual offence? Where an offender has been charged with a further offence, it is important to explain the behaviour associated with the charge and any other behaviour/concerns which inform the assessment and decision to recall. Charges may be dropped in the future. Arrest should not always lead to a request for recall and consideration should be given to any alternative to recall. How has the offender responded to supervision to date? Include details of any other breaches of licence, whether the offender complied/engaged/participated in the supervision process, attended/completed programmes, worked to achieve the sentence plan objectives? In addition, how has the offender responded to previous periods of supervision on licence and community orders generally? Have any alternatives to recall been considered or taken to secure compliance? Include details of warnings, increased reporting, drug testing, referrals to other agencies, inclusion of additional licence conditions, AP/hostel accommodation etc For indeterminate and extended sentence prisoners only : Detail below the licensee’s risk of harm and dangerousness to the public and the reasons for requesting recall at this time. An indeterminate or extended sentence prisoner can only be recalled if their behaviour indicated they present an increased risk of harm. This can either be where the risk has been clearly demonstrated or where the risk 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 58 cannot be measured e.g. where the licensee fails to report on a regular basis or is out of contact entirely. Test: Recall can be effected where an offender: (i) exhibits behaviour similar to behaviour surrounding the circumstances of the index offence (a causal link); (ii) exhibits behaviour likely to give rise (or does give rise) to a sexual or violent offence; (iii) exhibits behaviour associated with the commission of a sexual or violent offence; (iv) is out of touch with probation and the assumption can be made that any of (i) to (iii) may arise.
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