Information and templates on the Drugs Intervention Programme and Integrated Offender Management.
Date: Fri May 13 14:23:31 BST 2011
IOM feedback form for the IOM conference held in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, 22 - 23 June 2011.
Programme for the 2011 IOM Conference
The draft programme for the 2012 IOM conference.
This bulletin confirms the National IOM Conference on 3-4 July 2012 and outlines the highlights.
The full set of presentations and the write up of the 2012 IOM Conference.
The building voluntary and community sector (VCS) involvement in integrated offender management (IOM) programme, funded by the Home Office and managed by Clinks, aims to build on and strengthen the role of the VCS in local IOM arrangements as an equal partner.
The application form to bid for grant funding under the Choices programme.
Ensuring the continuity of care between prison and community.
Operational Guidelines for Criminal Justice Integrated Teams and Partners
Frequently asked questions on conditional cautions as part of the Drugs Intervention Programme.
Toolkit to support areas who may be considering conducting an evaluation of DIP in their local area. Grateful if the DIP Impact toolkit can be uploaded by the 22 June to coincide with the IOM Conference held on the 22 June.
Operational Handbook for the Drugs Intervention Programme.
Frequently asked questions on the Drugs Intervention Programme operational processes.
Notes, actions and presentations from the DIP Police Strategic Leads Network held on 19 September 2011.
This series of bulletins will keep you informed of work related to the management of drug misusing offenders, in line with the Reducing Demand chapter of the drug strategy.
For use in all areas testing on arrest. This version updates and replaces the guidance which was issued in September 2008.
List of police sites operating drug testing of adults on arrest within police forces.
Form for the Testing of specified class A drugs on persons ages 18 or over.
Form to record the result of a drugs test in custody.
A tool for IOM partnerships.
As Integrated Offender Management (IOM) is a framework, implementation varies across local areas depending on the needs of that area. This makes any assessment of the value for money of IOM nationally incredibly difficult. It is however possible for local areas to undertake economic evaluation of their own IOM arrangements if they wish to do so. It is hoped that by providing areas with this tool and associated economic evaluation handbook, they will be able to further strengthen the case for their local IOM arrangements by allowing them to quantify efficiency gains and demonstrating improved value for money.
This document is designed to guide you through using the Integrated Offender Management Phase 2 toolkit.
This document and the associated spreadsheet tool will focus on providing a framework that allows partnerships to carry out break-even analysis of switching to IOM from previous forms of offender management.
A good practice guide for police forces who are considering introducing locally funded drugs testing on arrest.
Please complete this form to register your interest in attending the 2012 IOM Conference.
This document provides an overview of Integrated Offender Management (IOM) and sets out questions for partnerships about key elements of joint working to enable effective development and delivery of IOM.
This document has been produced alongside the Key Principles guidance as a practical tool for local areas to assess the development and delivery of their IOM arrangements.
This paper presents a summary of findings from a national survey of a broad range of partners engaged in the strategic development and operational delivery of local Integrated Offender Management (IOM) approaches, incorporating the local Prolific and other Priority Offender (PPO) and the Drug Interventions Programmes (DIP).
The third national conference on Integrated Offender Management (IOM) will take place on 3 and 4 July 2012.
The Lessons Learnt document provides key information to help local partnerships design their own outcome-based models for drug and alcohol recovery services.
This form is used to apply for the 2012 Positive Futures Grant.
This form needs to be completed alongside the application form for the 2012 Positive Futures grant.
The Home Office in partnership with Catch22 is inviting applications for grant funding from local voluntary and community sector organisations and statutory organisations (such as local youth offending services, youth services or children’s services) or from local consortiums of organisations to deliver a Positive Futures project in six areas.
This short note outlines the latest developments and plans for continuing monitoring of locally identified and managed Prolific and other Priority Offenders (PPOs).
The Prolific and other Priority Offender (PPO) programme was introduced in 2004, and an evaluation in 2007 showed the significant successes of local schemes in tackling the offending behaviour of the most difficult and damaging offenders.
This self-assessment tool has been produced alongside the IOM key principles document and self assessment tool for local areas to be able to look in detail their approach to prolific and other priority offenders (PPOs) as part of their wider IOM arrangements.
Forms to be completed for the Required Assessment following a drugs test in custody.
The Home Office published estimated unit costs of a range of crime types for 1999-00 and 2003-04 respectively. This document outline amendments made to these costs and multipliers for 2010-11 for use with the IOM toolkit: phase 2.