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MAPPA Annual Reports: management and supervision of high risk offenders

2012 December 4
by Mary Munro

Update

“Number of registered sex offenders in Tayside increases, according to report” The Courier

Following posted on 23.11.12

“Protect us from danger men” Daily Record
“Victim’s mum: MacAskill lied to Parliament over paedo’s” Daily Record

Following posted on 18.9.12

“More sex criminals walking the streets” Scottish Express

Following posted on 17.9.12

The Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Annual Report 2011/12 was published on 13.9.12.

Following posted on 19.9.11

“MAPPA report shows 10% increase in registered sex offenders in Tayside” Courier

Following posted on 12.9.11

“Number of offenders who breach orders rises” Scotsman
“Sex offenders go Awol in Scotland” Telegraph

Following posted on 16.11.10

“One sex offender goes awol every two days” Scotsman
“Protect our kids from AWOL fiends” Scottish Sun
“Sharp rise in sex offenders withholding personal details” Press and Journal

Following posted on 27.10.09

“Managing offenders is ‘not an exact science’” Courier
“Management of sex offenders ‘improving’” Evening Telegraph
“Scottish sex crime reoffenders ‘increase fivefold’” Herald
“Storm over shock rise in repeat sex crimes” Press and Journal
“Prof Alec Spencer: Registered offenders are the ‘tip of the iceberg’” Scotsman
“MacAskill is blasted on serial sex fiends” Scottish Sun
“Scottish sex offender crimes increase fivefold” Telegraph
“One in 10 inmates is sex offender” BBC
“Sex offender monitoring figures unveiled” STV

Following posted on 23.10.08

“Public must see all facts on offenders” Scotsman
“The human approach to sex offenders” Herald

Following posted on 21.10.08

“Expand prison sex offender programme, urges Lamont” Press and Journal
“Glasgow is home to 430 sex beasts” Evening Times
“31 sex offenders in the Lothians breach conditions” Evening News
“Scotland home to 3000 sex offenders” Daily Record
“Report shows sex offender numbers” BBC
“Concern at 1000 sex offenders living in the community” Herald
“Public must come first” Herald
“Call for sex offenders to undergo lie detector tests” Herald
“Burning Issue: Are the authorities doing enough to monitor sex offenders?” Scotsman
“Sex criminals reoffend despite safeguards” Scotsman
“Sex offender management reports published for first time “ Holyrood.com
“Year of success in sex offender supervision” Courier
“Reports show working of management of sex offenders” Law Society Journal Online

Press releases

“Sex offender data published” Scot.Gov. (October 2009)

“Sex offender management” Scot.Gov. (October 2008)

See also

Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Annual Report 2011/12

Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Annual Report 2010/11

Public Protection – Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Scottish Government site. Contains links to previous reports by CJAs.

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