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later stage but the concerns surrounding the behaviour that prompted it may remain. Equally, arrest need not always lead to a request for recall. An offender may be arrested, having been in a place at a time when an offence has been committed by others, and there may not be any evidence on which to charge the offender. The trust should discuss and decide whether the charge/potential charge is sufficient to indicate a pattern of behaviour that warrants recall to custody. Police Intelligence: In considering the information that could evidence deterioration in behaviour and increased risks, you should contact the local police force in line with the Joint National Protocol (see Annex ???) and take into account any police information/intelligence in the assessment of risk. Any new information can be considered alongside any police information that was used in pre-release planning. . Unless specified, your report will be disclosed to the offender. If your recall request uses evidence from other agencies, or victims, which is sensitive or puts anyone at risk, you should consult those agencies first and consider how to present that information. 6. Risk Assessment PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 UNCLASSIFIED IS- SUE DATE 11/07/2013
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UNCLASSIFIED PAGE 78 The OASys must be reviewed and an assessment prepared. This assessment will inform the executive decision to recall, assist in determining whether the offender is suitable for a fixed term recall, and feed into the Parole Board’s later review of that decision and considerations on re-release. Once you have completed your revised OASys assessment, the OASys R6.1, R6.2 and R10 should be dated, printed, scanned and emailed or faxed in to Public Protection Casework Section with the Request for Recall report. The OASys Risk of Serious Harm level, the Risk of Reconviction Assessment, together with the OGRS 2 Score contained in OASys 1.15 and 1.16 should be entered here. Where there is no time to review the OASys, or OASys is not accessible, the most recent, dated OASys should be sent; the updated assessment must be attached to the Review of Re- Release by PPCS and the Parole Board. Where the offender’s Risk of Harm Screening does not lead to a Full Risk of Harm Analysis, a brief analysis should be given in the report of the factors leading to the risk of re-conviction assessment. These are the criminogenic factors assessed in OASys 1 – 13. It is important to be specific about the increased risks; who is at risk, of what, when and in what circumstances, so that the risk management plan/sentence plan can address them. Additional licence conditions: if any additional licence conditions are being proposed as necessary and proportionate to manage the offender’s specific risks, the full wording of these should be stated. Senior Management Sign off: the ACO (or delegated Senior Manager) will also be accountable for the revocation recommendation given at this stage. This means that they are accountable for the content and quality of the assessment.
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