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Venue: Virtual Meeting - Microsoft Teams link to be sent once accepted onto course View on Map
Requires Introduction to Safeguarding : N
Cut Off Date For Applications: 26/08/2022
Places left: 20
Public protection is everyone’s business, and the Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) set out the statutory framework to which all public sector agencies have a "Duty to Cooperate" when dealing with individuals convicted of the most serious offences.
Regardless of your role, if someone you are working with is associated to a MAPPA registered individual or they are registered themselves, you may be called upon to contribute to the MAPPA process.
Delivered by probation officers, this half day input is for all safeguarding professionals, youth justice officers , managers, and practitioners, from across the multi-agency spectrum who work with individuals convicted of serious crimes and living in the Manchester area.
'Colleagues from the Police and Probation Services need not apply for this course but should contact the MAPPA Strategy Manager directly if they require training.'
This course aims to provide a strong foundation in understanding what MAPPA actually means, how the framework is used and implemented when dealing with the most serious offenders in our community, and to provide guidance on how the law applies to your agency and what your individual role and responsibilities are.