SAR age 35

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  • #39868
    sarah19725
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    Hi

    I was looking at the regulations for the SAR and in particular this section:-

    a person to whom section 10(1) of that Act does not apply by reason only of the fact that section 10(1)(e) has not been brought fully into force and who has been convicted of an offence, if by reason of that conviction, C is considered by the relevant authority to be a person who may cause serious harm to the public at large.”..

    can i ask what other LA’s are doing about this? Is anyone drafting up any kind of policy to work with their Housing/Homeless team to decide the criteria for when a person may be – ” a person who may cause serious harm to the public at large ” and therefore may not be subject to SAR?

    Thanks

    Sarah

    #113711
    andyrichards
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    This is covered in Circular A12. It is people who are subject to Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). It is not a decision for us or housing staff to make. We will be told of any cases in our area – there won’t be many.

    #113713
    sarah19725
    Participant

    Ah ok,

    I thought where a person was convicted but not necessariy gone through mappa they may be deemed a danger to the public and therefore not subect to sar….. :8) ooops 🙂

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