The process that the Police, Probation and Prison Services use to work with other agencies
The Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) is the process that the Police, Probation and Prison Services use to work with other agencies to manage the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders living in the community.
There are three categories of violent and sexual offenders who are managed through MAPPA:
All MAPPA offenders are assessed to establish the level of risk of harm they pose to the public. Risk management plans are then worked out for each offender to manage
those risks. MAPPA allows agencies to assess and manage offenders on a multi-agency basis by working together, sharing information and meeting, as necessary, to make sure that effective plans are put in place. Offenders are managed at one of three levels, based on the level of multi-agency co-operation required and can move up and down the levels as appropriate.
In our area, the MAPPA Co-ordinator is David Miners. You can contact him to get any information about local MAPPA arrangements. David.Miners@avonandsomerset.police.uk
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