Local Authority area:
Primary Courts of relevance:
Glasgow, Paisley, Dunbarton, Airdrie Sheriff Courts
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East Dunbartonshire Community Justice Partnership
East Dunbartonshire Community Justice Information
Published: 30 November 2021
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Community Payback Order: Supervision
Interventions suitable for
Males and Females on Community Payback Supervision Requirement
Programme title and provider
This isn’t a programme, it is a statutory requirement provided by statutory justice social work services.
Details of all Specific national or local scheme/intervention(s) available
The person will be supervised by an allocated Justice Social Worker.
Levels of supervision will reflect the intensity of input required to manage and address the issues associated with an individual’s offending.
To work with the individual and relevant others to achieve change in the individual’s behaviour to encourage desistance from offending behaviour and to work with the individual to achieve compliance.
Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention
Assessed for suitability by the Criminal Justice Social Worker when completing the Criminal Justice Social Work Report for the court.
An initial analysis of the individual’s offending – which considers the pattern, nature, seriousness, and likelihood of offending – will have been carried out at the Criminal Justice Social Work Report stage.
A fuller risk/needs assessment and analysis of the individual’s offending will be required in every case where an offender supervision requirement has been imposed, whether the requirement was informed by a Criminal Justice Social Work Report or not.
This fuller assessment, informed by an agreed method or tool such as LS/CMI (Level of Service Case Management Inventory) should be completed within 4 weeks of the requirement being imposed. This assessment should be used to determine the main elements of the case management plan, including the level of supervision necessary to support rehabilitation. Supervision levels should be considered as:
- Very high intensity
- High intensity
- Medium intensity
- Low intensity