CSOs

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Yn ôl y gyfraith, ym mhob amgylchiad, dylai Merseyside Probation Trust fod wedi ymateb erbyn hyn. (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

Dear Merseyside Probation Trust,

This a freedom of information request. Please can you provide the following information:

1)How many offenders carried out Community Service Orders (CSOs) and Community Payback Orders (CPOs)during the calender year 2011 (January 1st 2011- December 31st 2011)?

2)How many offenders failed to turn up to their work placements during their Community Service Order or Community Payback Orders during the calender year 2011 ((January 1st 2011- December 31st 2011)?

Yours faithfully,

Ian Silvera

Merseyside Probation Trust

     UNCLASSIFIED

Thank you for you recent request by e mail dated 05.01.12
In order that we can assess whether we can provide the requested
information I'd be grateful if you would clarify your request as follows:

 1)How many offenders carried out Community Service Orders (CSOs)
    and Community Payback Orders (CPOs)during the calendar year 2011
    (January 1st 2011- December 31st 2011)?
 There is no distinction between CSO and CPO. The legal requirement is to
carry out unpaid work and this is managed within our Community Payback
scheme. Do you want to know how many individuals undertook unpaid work at
any stage in the calendar year 2011, irrespective of when their order was
made or how many hours of it they carried out in that period, or do you
want to know how many individuals received a new order to carry out unpaid
work in the period ?
 
    2)How many offenders failed to turn up to their work placements
    during their Community Service Order or Community Payback Orders
    during the calender year 2011 ((January 1st 2011- December 31st
    2011)?
Do you want to know how many did not turn up at least once during their
order irrespective of whether they had an acceptable reason for this or do
you want to know how many did not turn up at least once where this was
deemed to be an unacceptable absence - which will have merited enforcement
action?

When I receive your clarification I'll be better able to assess whether
the information can be provided.

Thanks
Anne Pakula
Head of Operations
Merseyside Probation Trust
Burlington House
Crosby Road North
Waterloo
Liverpool
L22 0PJ
Tel 0151 9209201 option 2 ext 261 ( PA Sue Roberts)
Fax 0151 928 6382
e mail [email address]

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Dear Merseyside Probation Trust,

Yes, to clarify, can your provide information regarding unpaid work.

Yours faithfully,

Ian Silvera

Merseyside Probation Trust

    UNCLASSIFIED

Thank you for clarifying that you are interested in unpaid work.

However until you answer the other questions I posed to help clarify your
request I am unable to proceed to see if we can provide the information.

That is;
Do you want to know how many individuals undertook unpaid work at any
stage in the calendar year 2011, irrespective of when their order was made
or how many hours of it they carried out in that period, or do you want to
know how many individuals received a new order to carry out unpaid work in
the period ?

Do you want to know how many did not turn up at least once during their
order irrespective of whether they had an acceptable reason for this or do
you want to know how many did not turn up at least once where this was
deemed to be an unacceptable absence - which will have merited enforcement
action?

Anne Pakula
Head of Operations
Merseyside Probation Trust
Burlington House
Crosby Road North
Waterloo
Liverpool
L22 0PJ
Tel 0151 9209201 option 2 ext 261 ( PA Sue Roberts)
Fax 0151 928 6382
e mail [email address]

silver To [email address]
<[FOI #99434 email]> cc
Subject Re: FOI request
08/03/2012 01:00

     Dear Merseyside Probation Trust,
   
    Yes, to clarify, can your provide information regarding unpaid
    work.
   
    Yours faithfully,
   
    Ian Silvera
   
   

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