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The Oldham Offer. Derek Rhoden NPS . Christopher French GMP. The IOM Approach. Integrated Offender Management brings together a cross agency response to crime and re-offending threats faced by local communities. . ID: 634920

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Integrated Offender Management

The Oldham OfferDerek Rhoden NPS Christopher French GMP

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The IOM Approach

Integrated Offender Management brings together a cross agency response to crime and re-offending threats faced by local communities.

The approach identifies the most problematic and persistent offenders and uses a combination of interventions in order to create an enhanced response to manage risk more robustly and effectively.

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Key Principles

Making the best use of local resourcesProvide a local response to local problemsProviding targeted resources with clear actions and expected outcomes

Co-location enhancing information sharing and collaboration

Offenders facing up to their responsibility or facing the consequences

Supporting long-term desistance from crime

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IOM OLDHAM - Key Agencies

Key agencies include:

Multi-Agency

Safeguarding Hub (

MASH)

National

Probation Service (NPS)

Greater Manchester Police (GMP)

Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC)

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services / One Recovery

Prisons - Housing and Offender Management HMP Forest Bank

Alcohol Treatment Services

Early help

ACORN (Rehab)

Complex Needs and Dependency Case Panel

STRIVE

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IOM & RISK MANAGEMENT

IOM intelligence Spotlight meetings take place three times a week and daily intelligence reports are circulated to key partners. Both promote live time information sharing and effective management of individuals on the scheme.

This may include:

Supporting licence conditions & Court Orders

Prison pick ups on release

Disruption visits

Joint home visits

Contribution to MAPPA discussions and actions

Direct support in custody and post release

Other interventions supporting risk management plans

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IOM - THE OLDHAM COHORT

IOM was first introduced in Oldham in 2010. It was built upon areas of good practice taken from existing schemes already in operation and matched to local priorities.

CURRENT IOM COHORT 114 (

Excl

MAPPA)

SAC

DV

Sex Offenders

National Probation Service (NPS)

30

19

1

Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC)

3941Youth Offending Team 8Non Statutory Cases93

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COHORT SELECTION

Offenders can be considered for selection and referral at any point during their sentence. Referrals of non statutory cases can also be considered for selection on to the scheme. The scheme operates on the principle that all offenders are in scope.

C

lear, robust and objective partnership process that identifies and selects IOM cases

Applying the selection framework ensures that the right set of offenders are being managed on the scheme.

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Come from all key agencies and by local partnership meetings which include:

MAPPA Monthly Pre Migration Meetings Monthly Migration Meetings

Partnership Intelligence Meetings (held three times a week)

Weekly Challenger Meetings

Monthly Complex Dependency Cases Meeting

Other Sources include:

Referrals from Police, NPS, CRC, YOT, & Strive

Treatment Services

Prison releases

Transfers from areas within GMP and other Police force Areas

Nominations

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Challenges to the Scheme

Each organisation has its own governance structureFundingDifferent operating models

Co-location difficulties

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Responding to the Challenges

Statutory duties in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 promote partnership working.Regular IOM multi-agency meetings:

Intelligence meetings which are held three times a week

Monthly Pre-Migration meeting

Monthly Migration Meeting

Links to other core partnership meetings:

Weekly Challenger Meeting

Monthly Vulnerability Meeting

Agreed partnership offender management plans

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Other Achievements

High risk domestic violence perpetrator pilot (Early Help/Spotlight)

Monthly surgeries at Forest Bank Prison

(One Recovery/Spotlight)

Use of civil legislation (Criminal

B

ehaviour Orders) to reduce re-offending.

(Community Safety/INPT/Spotlight

)


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