Integrated Recovery Programme 2013-2014

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Dear Hampshire Constabulary,

In 2013 Sergeant Paul Jennings of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary designed a “mentoring” pilot intervention targeting eight women who were deemed high intensity users of emergency services on the Isle of Wight. This pilot intervention was named the 'Integrated Recovery Programme' (IRP) and was a joint venture between mental health services, the police, and the local university, taking place over an 18-month period between 2013-2014.

1. Was ethical approval sought for the IRP project? If so, please provide any and all documentation relating to this.

2. Did the IRP project design undergo a risk assessment? If so, please provide any and all documentation relating to this.

3. Did the IRP project design undergo an equality impact assessment? If so, please provide any and all documentation relating to this.

4. Who funded this initiative over the 18-month period?

5. How much did the IRP cost (including project design/implementation/evaluation)?

6. What information, if any, was given to the six women who were offered the opportunity to take part? (this includes, but is not limited to, information such as their right to decline/withdraw from the IRP, and their consent for their information to be published in a paper detailing the project) Please provide any and all documentation relating to this.

7. Please provide any and all communications (email, letter etc) between any member of the Hampshire Constabulary and any member of the Isle of Wight NHS Foundation Trust regarding the IRP project (before, during and after its implementation). Documents containing private/clinical information regarding the eight service users can be redacted/anonymised.

8. Please provide any and all communications (email, letter etc) between any member of the Hampshire Constabulary and any member of the Isle of Wight CCG regarding the IRP project (before, during and after its implementation). Documents containing private/clinical information regarding the eight service users can be redacted/anonymised.

9. Please provide any and all further information you have about the IRP.

Yours faithfully,

Dr S. E. Price

Hampshire Constabulary

Dear Dr Price,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: HC/01043/21

 

The following request for information under the Freedom of Information Act
was received by the Public Access office at Hampshire Constabulary on the
date listed above:

 

In 2013 Sergeant Paul Jennings of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight
Constabulary designed a "mentoring" pilot intervention targeting eight
women who were deemed high intensity users of emergency services on the
Isle of Wight. This pilot intervention was named the 'Integrated Recovery
Programme' (IRP) and was a joint venture between mental health services,
the police, and the local university, taking place over an 18-month period
between 2013-2014. 

 

1.            Was ethical approval sought for the IRP project? If so,
please provide any and all documentation relating to this. 

 

2.            Did the IRP project design undergo a risk assessment? If so,
please provide any and all documentation relating to this. 

 

3.            Did the IRP project design undergo an equality impact
assessment? If so, please provide any and all documentation relating to
this. 

 

4.            Who funded this initiative over the 18-month period? 

 

5.            How much did the IRP cost (including project
design/implementation/evaluation)?

 

6.            What information, if any, was given to the six women who
were offered the opportunity to take part? (this includes, but is not
limited to, information such as their right to decline/withdraw from the
IRP, and their consent for their information to be published in a paper
detailing the project) Please provide any and all documentation relating
to this. 

 

7.            Please provide any and all communications (email, letter
etc) between any member of the Hampshire Constabulary and any member of
the Isle of Wight NHS Foundation Trust regarding the IRP project (before,
during and after its implementation). Documents containing
private/clinical information regarding the eight service users can be
redacted/anonymised. 

 

8.            Please provide any and all communications (email, letter
etc) between any member of the Hampshire Constabulary and any member of
the Isle of Wight CCG regarding the IRP project (before, during and after
its implementation). Documents containing private/clinical information
regarding the eight service users can be redacted/anonymised. 

 

9.            Please provide any and all further information you have
about the IRP.

 

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Regards

Sue

 

 

Sue Adcock | Public Access Assistant

Joint Information Management Unit | Hampshire Constabulary & Thames Valley
Police

Address: Hampshire Constabulary, Mottisfont Court, Tower Street,
Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8ZD.

 

Information Management Helpdesk:

Hampshire :[1][email address] (Int 463
1754)

Thames Valley: [2][email address]

 

 

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