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Community Payback Order: practice guidance

Published: 25 Jan 2019

This updated guidance replaces 'National outcomes and standards for social work services in the criminal justice system: community payback order practice guidance' issued in 2010.

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Community Payback Order: practice guidance
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1. Regulation (EU) 2016/679

2. Directive (EU) 2016/680

3. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

4. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

5. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

6. Regulation (EU) 2016/679

7. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

8. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

9. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

10. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

11. https://www.mwcscot.org.uk/

12. This definition is provided as an illustration and may not be the definition used in any clinical assessment of alcohol dependency.

13. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

14. The role of the "responsible officer" is exercised in these cases by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

15. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

16. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

17. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

18. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

19. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

20. Where the court imposes a CPO with an offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

21. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

22. Where the court imposes a CPO with an offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order

23. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

24. Where the court imposes a CPO with an offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order

25. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.

26. Where the court imposes an unpaid work requirement alone, with no offender supervision requirement, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the unpaid work case manager. Where an offender supervision requirement is imposed, the role of the "responsible officer" is exercised by the justice social worker who is supervising the individual subject to the order.


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