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Case Management 2
Transcript of Case Management 2
Offender Process Phase 1: Intake Psychiatric Diagnosis
- Anti-Social Personality Disorder
- Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Substance Abuse Programming
- Anger Management Programming Phase 2: Institutional Case Management The purpose of phase 2 is to develop an institutional case plan that is effective and that will deal with the offenders contributing factors to the crime. This is done by assessing the offender and then selecting programs that are best suited for the offender and which will benefit them by reducing their criminal behaviour. The long range goal of this phase is to assist the offender in altering their criminal activity. Phase 3:
Preparing Cases For Decision While gathering information from phase's 1 & 2, phase 3's purpose is to determine, if any, the best suitable type of release for the offender and to present the decision to the National Parole Board.
John Scott - Day Parole - Residing at: St Catharines, The Salvation Army Booth Centre.
- Completed all required Institutional programming
- Accepts responsibility and his actions, willing to receive treatment for
his behavioral/emotional issues.
- Motivated to change.
- Positive support system/relationships in the community.
- Great work ethics.
- Able to financially support himself.
- Risk levels are manageable, under supervision. Phase 4:
Release Decision Phase 4's purpose is to make a decision on
whether or not the offender is suitable for release,
which is based on the risk the offender poses to the
community as it relates to information gathered
from Phase 1, 2 and 3.
We as the Parole Board denied Day Parole for
John Scott for the following reasons:
1. His behaviour while incarcerated
2. No clear and concise release plan
3. Untreated Personal/Emotional Problems Phase 5:
Community Supervision Objective- To Assist the offender in meeting their immediate needs to continue the correctional planning which was established while they were in prison.
Community Program: Life Skills
1. Adult Therapist- Don Neufeld
195 King Street
Saint Catharines, Ontario Canada L2R 3J6
2. Community Addiction Services Of Niagara
Salvation Army Family Services
255 Gilmore Road
Fort Erie, Ontario L2A 4C2
(905)-684-1183 John Scott Current Offense: 1st Degree Murder (Life Sentence)
Previous Offense: Manslaughter (9 Year Sentence) GSIR = +2 Custody Rating Scale = 33 Programs: Substance Abuse Personal/Emotional National Substance Abuse Program - Moderate Intensity (NSAP-Moderate)
-26 sessions, 2 hours each session
-targeted to male offenders at high risk to moderate risk to re-offend, and whose substance use is linked to their criminal behaviour
-primary objective of NSAP-Moderate is to assist moderate need/risk substance abusing offenders cope with life situations without resorting to drug and/or alcohol misuse that results in criminal behaviour
Violence Prevention Program - Moderate Intensity (VPP-MI)
-39 sessions, 3 of which our individual
-for male offenders whose violence was not just as a result of difficulties with managing their anger but who did not meet the selection criteria of the Violence Prevention Program - High Intensity
-objective of this is program is to reduce violent recidivism for those offenders who are violent not only because of deficits in emotional regulation. Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Diagnosed Alcoholic
- Violence follows his consumption
- Kingston Penitentiary The Offender Intake Assessment provides information about an inmate which is used in critical decision making about their security level and which programs are most appropriate for the offender to participate in. `