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If you are reviewing your risk management

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If you are reviewing your risk management plan/sentence plan at the time of a further review, annual review or oral hearing, in order to meet a request from the PPCS or Parole Board, your report should be dated, and sent to the prison for disclosure to the prisoner, at the same time as you send it to PPCS. Once your OASys assessment has been revised, the OASys R11.12 should be dated, scanned/printed and emailed, in to PPCS with Part B Day 28 Report or Part C Ongoing Reviews Risk Management Reports. Included in the report should be the following information, which the Parole Board needs to inform its review of the decision to recall and the potential for re-release (see PC 36/2006 OASys Manual – Revised Chapter on Risk Of Serious Harm (Chapter 8)): Circumstances leading to the recall, based on information provided before or after the recall decision ; If the circumstances of the recall are later found not to be what they appeared at the time the request was made this should be made clear. Subsequent developments ; this will be relevant in all cases where new information is known about the circumstances of the recall and will be particularly relevant for those offenders, where some time will have passed between return to custody and the Parole Board review. It is also imperative that the PPCS and the Parole Board are advised of the latest developments concerning the proceedings of further charges and criminal proceedings, especially for those recall cases where a further review is due. PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 UNCLASSIFIED IS- SUE DATE 11/07/2013
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UNCLASSIFIED PAGE 81 Current Assessment of Risk of Serious Harm/Re-offending ; this may have changed since the recall request was made. Other agencies involved ; Provide a brief outline of the activity of each agency that can be shared with the offender, cross-reference should be made to any supporting risk management framework used, and provide timescales for each activity where known. Existing support/controls ; these may already be in place or can be re-activated if offender is being released into the community. Added measures for specific risks ; e.g. reference to work with Victim Contact Unit where appropriate. Who will undertake the actions and by when ; cross reference to any recent or planned MAPPA meeting. Additional conditions/requirements to manage the specific risks ; Provide the precise wording of each additional licence condition sought and the justification for each additional condition. Level of contact ; including frequency of home visits. Contingency Plans : outline briefly any contingencies in place if essential elements of the plan break down, for example alternative accommodation plans/addresses. Victim(s) issues ; where appropriate the Victim Liaison Officer should be kept informed of progress throughout the revocation and review process. Victim Liaison Officers should be contacted and where appropriate the victim’s concerns accounted
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