Please see the latest situation regarding this backlog which has persisted since the DELIUS read-only period in August.
I am doing all I can to get this up to date but as today there are still 362 work appts, the outcome of which is still to be advised to the Case Manager/Offender Manager.
Please ensure staff flag ALL issues relating to this using the email address: This would include anything relating to:
- disputed hours
- breaches having to be withdrawn
- incidents with offenders who are unsure of their hours
- service users unable to be terminated because final hours have not yet been updated
- service users who may have worked more than the hours order.
Please raise any specific issues with me direct
Do you like that bit - service users who may have worked more than the hours order!
It will be appreciated that when enforcing court orders of any kind, it's absolutely vital that information and recording is bang up-to-date and reliable, especially if it has to be relied upon at some stage in relation to breach proceedings at court. A dickie bird tells me it's not looking good and hence very bad news for the MoJ's flagship privatisation and the ongoing TR omnishambles.
Talking of things not working too well, I see G4S are in a bit of a pickle with their new state-of-the-art GPS tags according to this in the Guardian:-
Prosecutions have been halted in three separate cases over the past week involving terror suspects accused of breaching new-style "control orders" by tampering with their G4S-supplied GPS electronic tags.