A follow-up inspection of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements

Summary

Multi-agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) provide a forum for different agencies to come together and develop rigorous and robust plans for dealing with dangerous and high profile offenders. The work of this forum needs to be of the highest standard to ensure public safety from dangerous individuals.

This report sets out the findings of a follow-up inspection into whether recommendations from a 2011 report, Putting the pieces together – An inspection of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (PDF document), have been implemented and reviewing current practice.

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A follow-up inspection of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (PDF document)

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

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Merseyside police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘A follow-up inspection of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements’

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