Joint arrangements to protect public from dangerous offenders improving, say inspectors

A follow-up inspection of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements, reflects the findings of HM Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary. The quality of work with this group of offenders, informed by good assessments and robust planning, should be of the highest standard and inspectors expect to find that everything is being done that could reasonably be done to manage the risk of serious harm posed by offenders managed within MAPPA. This second inspection sought to establish how far the recommendations in the 2011 report had been implemented and whether improvements to practice had resulted.

Read the report on the Criminal Justice Joint Inspection website