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Dear Northumbria 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

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Dear Mr Silvera,

I believe the same questions were responded to by Northumbria Probation
Trust on 24/1/12. The answers are:--

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)?

In 2011 2,282 offenders were placed  on a community sentence with Unpaid
Work/ Community Payback.

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

NPT has taken this question to refer to unacceptable absences from Unpaid
Work/Community Payback. In 2011, 1276 offenders had at least one
unacceptable absence. Under National Standards, breach proceedings are
normally required to be taken after a second unacceptable absence. As well
as breach proceedings being strictly enforced any hours lost have to be
made up later. Breach can, of course, also mean extra hours added or
another sanction imposed by the Court.        

Should you require any further elucidation please let me know.

Chris Mackie
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Chris Mackie B.A. Dip L.G.,
Head of Legal Services/Trust Secretary
Northumbria Probation Trust,
Lifton House, Eslington Road, Jesmond,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4SP.
Tel: 0191 2815721

[1]www.northumbria-probation.co.uk

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Subject Freedom of Information request - CSOs

     Dear Northumbria 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
   
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