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Introduction

Introduction

This brochure summarises all the accredited programmes and interventions Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) provide that are available to purchase.

For further information, please contact ratecardinfo@ksscrc.probationservices.co.uk.

Map of Kent Surrey and Sussex locations

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Accredited Programmes

Resolve

A programme to reduce the likelihood and seriousness of violent and aggressive behaviour in male service users.

Individuals learn more about triggers for their offending and continued use of violence.

Duration

  • 22 group sessions of two and a half hours
  • Four one hour individual sessions
  • One post programme three-way session

Eligibility

  • Male service users aged 18+ who have an index offence for violence
  • OVP >27

Not suitable

  • Women service users
  • Perpetrators of sexually motivated offences
  • Perpetrators of domestic violence
  • Individuals with unstable mental health or substance misuse issues

Programme aims

  • To develop awareness of violent or aggressive attitudes or behaviours
  • To manage and reduce impulsivity
  • To identify and challenge hostile thinking
  • To enhance skills to manage emotions
  • To enhance interpersonal and conflict reduction skills
  • To develop effective risk management strategies

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Resolve
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Accredited Programmes

Drink Impaired Drivers

A programme to challenge thinking and behaviour around drinking, and to promote safer driving.

Duration

  • 14 group sessions of two hours
  • One individual pre-group session
  • One post programme three-way session

Eligibility

  • Male and female service users
  • OGRS <50
  • Order of at least 12 months

Not suitable

  • Those with serious drug or alcohol problems (AUDIT score >20)
  • First time drink drive conviction unless a mitigating factor e.g. high alcohol blood reading or causing an accident
  • Service users with four or more convictions

Programme aims

  • To teach new skills to avoid drink driving
  • To understand how alcohol affects the body and driving skills
  • To plan effectively to avoid drink driving
  • To look at the effects of behaviour on others
  • To promote safe driving

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Drink Impaired Drivers
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Accredited Programmes

Thinking Skills Programme

A general offending behaviour programme to strengthen and develop thinking skills linked to risk of reoffending.

Duration

  • 14 group sessions of two and a half hours
  • Four one hour individual sessions
  • One post programme three-way session

Eligibility

  • Male and female service users with a history of impulsive offences
  • OGRS 25-90
  • OASys score >5 and score of two for either 11.6 or 11.7
  • OASys total score >7

Not suitable

  • OGRS 90
  • Those with unstable mental health or substance misuse issues

Programme aims

  • To develop effective thinking skills
  • To develop effective problem-solving skills
  • To develop effective communication skills

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Thinking Skills Programme
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Accredited Programmes

Building Better Relationships

A programme teaching participants how to develop and manage positive relationships.

Duration

  • 24 group sessions of two and a half hours
  • Six one hour individual sessions
  • One post programme three-way session

Eligibility

  • Male service users with an index offence of intimate partner violence
  • Moderate or above on Spousal Assault Assessment Tool (SARA)
  • OASys score >5 and score of two for either 11.6 or 11.7
  • OASys total score >7

Not suitable

  • Women service users
  • Service users who do not admit responsibility for at least one act of domestic abuse or refuse to undertake treatment
  • Individuals with serious mental health or substance misuse issues

Programme aims

  • To develop an understanding of self and the damaging behaviours in relationships
  • To develop skills to improve relationships
  • To develop an understanding of personal responsibility to overcome relationship difficulties

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Building Better Relationships
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Resettlement services

Through the Gate services (level one)

We assess services users, plan resettlement services available to them, and sign-post for the following pathway areas:

  • Accommodation
  • Education, training and employment
  • Finance, benefit and debt
  • Personal relationships and community
  • Support for victims of domestic abuse
  • Support for sex workers

Duration

  • Three hours support
  • Maximum one visit to the service user

Eligibility

  • Prisoners at HMP Maidstone or HMP Swaleside
  • All prisoners (available as an elective service)

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To provide additional support for vulnerable groups
  • To support with any referral application process to other services in the prison and in the community
  • To provide improved support and continuation of treatment of health and addiction issues in the community
  • To provide increased support in finding and keeping settled accommodation
  • To provide increased support to find a job, or enter education and/or training
  • To provide increased support to manage their debts and finances

Delivery

  • Face-to-face
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - TTG Services
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Enhanced TTG Level 1
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Resettlement services

Through the Gate services (level two)

Following on from the level one service, we provide interventions to address each service user’s specific needs against the pathways and coordinate services in preparation for the service user’s release.

Duration

  • Six hours support
  • Maximum three visits to the service user

Eligibility

  • Prisoners at HMP Maidstone or HMP Swaleside, who have received level one support and have pathway need
  • All prisoners who have received level one support and have pathway need (available as an elective service)

Not suitable

  • Service users who have not received level one support

Programme aims

  • To provide additional support for vulnerable groups
  • To support with any referral application process to other services in the prison and in the community
  • To provide improved support and continuation of treatment of health and addiction issues in the community
  • To provide increased support in finding and keeping settled accommodation
  • To provide increased support to find a job, or enter education and/or training
  • To provide increased support to manage their debts and finances

Delivery

  • Face-to-face
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - TTG Services
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Enhanced TTG Level 2
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Resettlement services

Through the Gate services (level three)

Additional and intensive support for individuals with an additional complexity or vulnerability, including:

  • Young adult males
  • Women
  • Foreign nationals
  • Recalled offenders
  • Care leavers
  • Victims of domestic violence
  • Sex workers
  • Ex-army service personnel
  • People with learning disabilities
  • Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity (BAME) prisoners

Duration

  • Eight hours support
  • Maximum four visits to the service user

Eligibility

  • Prisoners at HMP Maidstone or HMP Swaleside who have one or more of the listed vulnerabilities (as above)
  • All prisoners who have received level one and two support and have one or more of the listed vulnerabilities (available as an elective service)

Not suitable

  • Service users who have not received level one or two support

Programme aims

  • To provide additional support for vulnerable groups
  • To support with any referral application process to other services in the prison and in the community
  • To provide improved support and continuation of treatment of health and addiction issues in the community
  • To provide increased support in finding and keeping settled accommodation
  • To provide increased support to find a job, or enter education and/or training
  • To provide increased support to manage their debts and finances

Delivery

  • Face-to-face
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - TTG Services
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Enhanced TTG Level 3
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Resettlement services

RUReady

We’ve designed RUReady to support service users to prepare for their release date and make a smooth transition to the community. We start working with service users in the last 12 weeks of their prison sentence, where the offender manager has identified they need support with one of our seven routeways (see My Solution Rehabilitation Programme), mainly with finance, benefit and debt (money), employment, education, or training (future), thinking, attitude or behaviour (outlook), and building or maintaining their support network (support).

Duration

  • Five group sessions of one hour

Eligibility

  • Male service users aged 18+ in the last 12 weeks of sentence (available as an elective service)

Not suitable

  • Women service users
  • Service users subject to immigration or deportation

Programme aims

  • To understand how to manage their licence upon release
  • To understand the housing market
  • To understand their debts and how to support themselves
  • To understand that finding a job is possible
  • To know that there are support networks available

Delivery

  • Group-work or one-to-one
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - TTG Services KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
RUReady
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Resettlement services

Women's Resettlement Programme (East Sutton Park and HMP Bronzefield)

Women have different pathways into offending and need a different approach to support desistance. Our programme helps women to improve their self-esteem and well-being. We hold creative sessions, help them explore what a healthy relationship looks like, and signpost to other services.

Duration

  • 12 sessions, two hours per session

Eligibility

  • Women at HMP East Sutton Park and HMP Bronzefield

Not suitable

  • Men
  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To address the pathways that lead women into offending
  • To increase the individual’s self-confidence
  • To reduce the likelihood of the individual reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Women Specific Interventions KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Women’s Resettlement Programme
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Accommodation services

Delivery of Home modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We build a programme from our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme menu which has 61 sessions, across 17 modules, dedicated to the issue of accommodation.

Using motivational interviewing techniques, we work with the service user to secure them a permanent suitable place to live. We also signpost service users into existing provision and facilitate introductions to specialist housing services.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each accommodation session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • All service users who would benefit from help around finding a place to live

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To increase the number of those in stable settled accommodation
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions delivered in the community or prison
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
NSI Main Category: ES – Accommodation KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Home Module (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Education, training and employment services

Delivery of Future modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We build a programme from our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme menu which has 91 sessions, across 20 modules, aimed at increasing service users prospects of getting a job. This can include getting help to write their CV, understanding how to disclose their convictions and attending mock interviews.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • All service users who would benefit from support with improving their job prospects

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To increase employability
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions delivered in the community or prison
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - E/T/E KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Future Module (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Education, training and employment services

Preparation for Work

Increasing service user’s motivation to find a job or go on training, including advice on disclosure, interview practice, job searches and signposting with a view to improving their job prospects.

Duration

  • Six two hour sessions

Eligibility

  • Low to medium risk of harm
  • Subject to Jobseeker's Allowance for longer than six months and are currently on Employment Support Allowance

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To increase employability
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - E/T/E KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Preparation for Work
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Education, training and employment services

CSCS Card Training

We give service users the opportunity to do their Health and Safety Awareness in a Construction Environment qualification. We support them to revise for their test and give them a revision book to take home. When service users complete their test, we give them an opportunity to meet with a construction employer. Service users take part in mock and real life interviews. We also register service users with the British Safety Council (and book them on the course) 11 days before the course starts to guarantee they can do the industry-recognised exam qualification. If the National Probation Service offender manager cancels this referral after registration, for any reason, you will still be charged £100 to cover registration costs.

Duration

  • Two full day sessions

Eligibility

  • All service users who would benefit from increasing their job skills in the construction industry

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unmet substance misuse or mental health issues

Programme aims

  • To increase employability in the construction industry
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES – E/T/E KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
CSCS Card Training
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Education, training and employment services

Job Club

An opportunity for service users to increase ‘job–readiness’, identifying and applying for suitable roles. We invite real employers in to discuss job opportunities and the type of candidate they need. Our staff give supervised e-access to job sites, help with CV writing, disclosure advice, interview preparation and skills for work such as communication, personal hygiene, time-keeping and relationship management.

Duration

  • Ten sessions

Eligibility

  • All service users who need help finding a job or increasing their job skills

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To increase employability
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES –E/T/E KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Job Club
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Finance, benefit and debt services

Delivery of Money modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We choose practical and motivational sessions from our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme menu to help the service user learn how to manage their money better. It includes debt reduction, better budgeting and consequential planning around money issues. We deliver the programme at a pace the service user feels comfortable with, drawing in specialised support e.g. legal advice on debt management plans and debt consolidation.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • Service users who need help with managing their debts, finances or benefits

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To reduce the amount of debt a service user has
  • To improve the management of finances through self-reporting and independent verification e.g. production of utility bill

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Finance/Benefit/Debt KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Money Modules (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Drugs and alcohol services

Changing Drugs and Alcohol Use (CADU) Rehabilitation Activity Requirement (RAR)

Structured, creative, cognitive behavioural therapy group aimed at positively supporting service users to address their substance misuse problems.

Duration

  • 12 sessions

Eligibility

  • Low to medium risk of harm and reoffending
  • Offending linked to drug or alcohol misuse

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To reduce or abstain from drug or alcohol misuse
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Drugs/Alcohol KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Changing Drugs and Alcohol Use (CADU)
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Drugs and alcohol services

Delivery of Habit modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We build a programme from our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme modules to support people with a drug or alcohol addiction. It is not a replacement or substitute for alcohol or drug abuse programmes but can be used in conjunction with them. It addresses some basic factors around addiction and seeks to build self-reliance and inner strength for those battling with addiction problems.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • Service users already on an alcohol or drug abuse programme

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To encourage sobriety or abstinence from alcohol or drugs
  • To reduce the severity and frequency of reoffending

Delivery

  • Individual or group sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Drugs/Alcohol KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Habit Modules (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Drugs and alcohol services

Brief Extended Alcohol Intervention (BEAI)

We’ve developed BEAI to address hazardous and harmful drinking. Using established cognitive behavioural tools, service users will look at their own drinking behaviour, the triggers and consequences of that behaviour, including intimate partner abuse. You can sequence this intervention to start before a service user begins on a domestic abuse intervention.

Duration

  • Six sessions with a trained officer

Eligibility

  • Screening is through the use of the SADQ questionnaire

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unmet mental health problems
  • Individuals who do not meet the SADQ screening criteria

Programme aims

  • To reduce or abstain from drug or alcohol misuse
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES – Drugs / Alcohol KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Brief Extended Alcohol Intervention
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Health services

Delivery of Health modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme (mental health)

We tailor sessions to meet the individual’s specific mental and physical health needs. Sessions range from weight management and healthier diets to managing stress and accessing specialised help for psychiatric conditions. We can select from 48 sessions across 14 modules to suit the needs of the service user.

Click here to see the My Solution Rehabilitation Programme Toolkit Sessions Index for details of Health sessions.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • Service users with a health need

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To increase mental health stability
  • To reduce the number of hospital admissions
  • To reduce the number of incidences of self-harm
  • To increase coping skills

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Mental Health KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Health module (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Health services

Delivery of Health modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme (physical health)

Aims to improve both mental and physical health with sessions tailored according to the needs of the service user. They range from weight management and healthier diets to managing stress and accessing specialised help for psychiatric conditions. We can select from 48 sessions across 14 modules to suit the needs of the service user.

Click here to see the My Solution Rehabilitation Programme Toolkit Sessions Index for details of Health sessions.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • Service users with a physical health need

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To reduce overall health problems
  • To increase independent verification e.g. smoking cessation, weight loss etc.

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Physical Health KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Health Module (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Women's support

Believe and Succeed

A programme that supports and encourages individuals to build on their strengths, set goals, improve their self-esteem, increase their self-efficacy and make positive sustainable changes. Group members explore their thinking, behaviour and attitudes through scenario exercises with other honorary group members in a safe space where they are encouraged to share their views and experiences.

Duration

  • Six sessions over six weeks

Eligibility

  • Women only

Not suitable

  • Men
  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions, chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To address pathways that can lead women into offending
  • To increase self-confidence
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group work. Where possible, we deliver groups in women-only environments that are co-located with other partner agencies that can offer additional support to the service users
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Women Specific Interventions KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Women’s Group
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Women's support

Women’s wrap-around support (available in Sussex only)

An Engagement Support Worker (ESO) provides wrap-around support to increase the individual’s self-esteem and to enhance their engagement with services, particularly where historically they have not accessed services. They support women to identify additional needs and also access wider in-house or mainstream services. We deliver bespoke sessions to women experiencing domestic abuse, involved in sex work, or misusing drugs and alcohol. An ESO will attend case conferences and advocate for women during child protection processes. They will support women to set-up legal advice appointments. Women also receive help to register and attend appointments including with a GP and dentist.

Duration

  • Six months. You can purchase additional blocks for the same woman

Eligibility

  • Women service users

Not suitable

  • Men

Programme aims

  • To improve children, family and relationship outcomes
  • To achieve positive outcomes with women who have been abused, raped, experienced domestic violence or who are involved with sex work
  • To improve access or engagement with health and support services

Delivery

  • One-to-one with some group-work (Sussex only)
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Women Specific Interventions KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Women’s Wrap-Around Support
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Restorative Justice

Restorative justice conferencing

One conference including preparation and assessment work for the conference.

Duration

  • One conference and all work preparing for and assessing for conference

Eligibility

  • Case-by-case assessment of suitability

Not suitable

  • As above

Programme aims

  • To improve understanding of the impact of offending on the victim
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Two facilitators, one victim and support, one service user and support
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Restorative Justice KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Restorative Justice Conferencing
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Restorative Justice

Individual tailored restorative justice (community or custody)

To provide tailored bespoke restorative justice interventions and the facilitation of non face-to-face communication.

Duration

  • Dependent on the case
  • Minimum charge is an hour, with a reduced hourly rate thereafter

Eligibility

  • Case-by-case assessment of suitability

Not suitable

  • As above

Programme aims

  • To improve understanding of the impact of offending on the victim
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Flexible, to be delivered one-to-one in the community
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Restorative Justice KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
For community use: Individual Tailored Restorative Justice in the community / For custody use: Individual Tailored Restorative Justice in custody
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Senior Attendance Centre

Senior Attendance Centre

Although the main purpose of a Senior Attendance Centre is punishment, service users also do activities to improve their thinking skills and job prospects.

In KSS CRC, we use relevant modules from our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme to address the individual’s offending needs.

Duration

  • As determined by the courts, up to 36 hours

Eligibility

  • Service users aged 18 to 24 years-old who have committed an offence of low seriousness
  • We may consider some individuals with a medium risk of serious harm to the public if they have a supporting assessment

Not suitable

  • Service users older than 24 years-old

Programme aims

  • To restrict the service user’s free-time
  • To improve thinking skills and job prospects for service users
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Attendance Centre KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Senior Attendance Centre
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Children and families

Delivery of Support modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We choose sessions from a menu of 79 sessions, across 17 modules, to support service users to reconnect or improve connections with their families and significant others. Our sessions can include addressing the responsibilities family members owe to each other.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • All service users

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To improve relationships, stronger ties to family and significant others

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Children / Families KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Support Modules (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Attitudes, thinking and behaviour services

Delivery of Outlook modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We choose sessions from a menu of 38 sessions, across nine modules, to address the attitudes, thinking and behaviour of service users. Our sessions stress the “My Problem, My Solution” approach. We can tailor sessions to fit the needs and circumstances of service users to increase their engagement.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • All service users

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To improve understanding and acceptance of social norms and rules which we measure through attitudinal scales and repeated assessments
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending for both severity and frequency

Delivery

  • Group or individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
MSRP Outlook module (Please provide clear details in the NSI notes field of which modules and sessions the service user is being referred for)
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Attitudes, thinking and behaviour services

Positive Futures (Rehabilitation Activity Requirement)

Focuses on the cycle of change, motivation and goal setting, problem-solving, victim work, emotional awareness, handling difficult situations, substance misuse and lifestyle choices.

Duration

  • Eight sessions, two hours per session

Eligibility

  • Men and women

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To give service users the ability to make better lifestyle choices
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Positive Futures
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Attitudes, thinking and behaviour services

Anger Management (Rehabilitation Activity Requirement)

Aims to help service users to understand anger and its causes, develop skills and strategies for managing anger, and end the use of aggression.

Duration

  • Ten sessions (two one hour sessions and eight two hour sessions)

Eligibility

  • Men and women

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To reduce the number of incidents of aggression
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Anger Management
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Attitudes, thinking and behaviour services

Domestic Abuse Programme

A programme for service users whose risk of domestic abuse falls below the threshold of Building Better Relationships (BBR), but who have an active and current risk of harm to a known or former partner.

Duration

  • 12 group work sessions, two hours per session

Eligibility

  • Service users whose domestic abuse falls below the threshold of Building Better Relationships (BBR)

Not suitable

  • High risk offenders
  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To reduce the number of incidents of domestic abuse
  • To increase the quality in relationships
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending and risk of harm

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Domestic Violence KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Group Programme
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Gypsy/Traveller Domestic Abuse Programme

Specialist group-work intervention approved by the Friends and Family of Travellers (FFT), recognising the benefits of working with the cultural beliefs of the group in order to most effectively reduce risk.

Duration

  • Six sessions, 90 minutes per session

Eligibility

  • Service users from a gypsy or traveller background

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To reduce the number of incidents of domestic abuse
  • To increase the quality in relationships
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending and risk of harm

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Domestic Violence KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Gypsy / Traveller Domestic Abuse
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Domestic Abuse One-to-One Programme

For service users who meet the criteria for Building Better Relationships (BBR) but due to specific needs or circumstances, cannot undertake the work in a group.

Duration

  • Up to 12 sessions dependent on need, 90 minutes per session

Eligibility

  • Service users who meet the criteria for Building Better Relationships (BBR) but due to specific needs or circumstances cannot undertake the work in a group

Not suitable

  • Women
  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or chronic drug and alcohol use

Programme aims

  • To reduce the number of incidents of domestic abuse
  • To increase the quality in relationships
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending and risk of harm

Delivery

  • One-to-one
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Domestic Violence KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
One-to-One Programme
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Victim Awareness (Rehabilitation Activity Requirement)

A group-based intervention to increase victim empathy and help individuals to reflect on the impact of their offending behaviour.

Duration

  • Six sessions, two hours per session

Eligibility

  • Men and women

Not suitable

  • Individuals with unstable mental health conditions or unaddressed chronic drug and alcohol use
  • Individuals unable to speak English
  • Individuals who work shift patterns

Programme aims

  • To improve understanding of the impact of offending on the victim
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • Group-work
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - RAR Programme KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Victim Awareness
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Compulsive and Obsessive Behaviour Programme

A responsive one-to-one intervention for individuals who demonstrate compulsive and obsessional behaviour that creates problems for other individuals, the public and themselves. Highly trained staff use a Dialectical Behavioural Therapy approach, under the clinical supervision of our clinical psychotherapist. The goal is to help service users recognise, acknowledge, accept and manage the difficult thoughts and emotions that trigger harmful behaviour linked to obsessive behaviour (including stalking).

Duration

  • Ten sessions
  • You can also purchase an additional ten sessions by creating a new NSI, should the service user need further support

Eligibility

  • Men and women

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To manage and reduce compulsive behaviour

Delivery

  • Individual sessions
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES – Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Compulsive and Obsessive Behaviour Programme
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Intervention for Immature Males

This intervention encourages in-depth self-reflection so the individual can understand their core beliefs and self-image, and the impact it has on their thinking and behaviour. We then look at pro-social alternatives and the development of self-esteem. Specific topics the programme covers include:

  • Role models
  • Associates
  • Relationships
  • Sex
  • Mental health

Duration

  • Six sessions

Eligibility

  • Male service users

Not suitable

  • For individuals with offences linked to intimate partner abuse. We suggest in these cases you use Building Better Relationships or the domestic abuse one-to-one programme instead

Programme aims

  • To increase pro-social behaviour and attitudes
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending

Delivery

  • One-to-one
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES – Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Intervention for Immature Males
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Verge of Recall Intervention

The Verge of Recall intervention supports the service user to attend and engage meaningfully with their offender manager.

Service users will be asked to explore their barriers to attendance and engagement, and the consequences of failing to report and engage, as their offender manager has directed.

Duration

  • Takes place over two weeks
  • The volume of sessions depends on the service user’s needs

Eligibility

  • All service users

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To prevent recall action

Delivery

  • One-to-one (meetings, home visits, telephone calls and face-to-face)
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Verge of Recall Intervention
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Mentoring

Mentor Support

Mentors work with the individual’s probation supervisor/our resettlement team to develop and deliver a personalised action plan. This will include practical support in areas that will improve the individual’s compliance and engagement with their order/licence requirements.

The individual’s plan is likely to involve working alongside councils, community service providers, health professionals, housing and benefits departments, Integrated Offender Management teams, drug and alcohol service providers, and our Accredited Programmes team, amongst others. The development of these relationships is crucial so the service user gets the support they need.

Duration

  • Six month, 12 month and 18 month blocks

Eligibility

  • Men and women

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To develop strategies and goals to minimise or eliminate offending behaviour
  • To increase levels of motivation and compliance with licence conditions/requirements
  • To provide practical support to access services that help reduce the individual’s risk of reoffending (e.g. housing, benefits and employment help)

Delivery

  • One-to-one and telephone support
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Other KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Mentoring - 6 Month Support / Mentoring - 12 Month Support / Mentoring - 18 Month Support
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Additional and bespoke services

Delivery of modules from My Solution Rehabilitation Programme

We will provide optional additional services available around the delivery of My Solution Rehabilitation Programme modules for health, money, support, home, future, outlook and habit.

For more details on each area of the My Solution Rehabilitation Programme see the relevant section above and use the correct non statutory intervention category.

Click here to see the My Solution Rehabilitation Programme Toolkit Sessions Index for details of all modules.

Duration

  • Maximum of six hours including any assessment
  • We can arrange a three-way assessment to identify sessions or modules suitable for the service user within the six hours
  • Each session is approximately 20 minutes

Eligibility

  • All service users

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To improve understanding and acceptance of social norms and rules which we measure through attitudinal scales and repeated assessments
  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending both in severity and frequency

Delivery

  • Group or one-to-one
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
Home: ES-Accommodation KSS / ES; Money: E/T/E KSS / ES-Finance/Benefit/Debt; Habit: KSS/ES-Drugs/Alcohol; Health: KSS/ES-Mental Health or KSS/ES-Physical Health; Support: KSS/ES-Children/Families / KSS/ES-Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Additional MSRP Modules
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Additional and bespoke services

Bespoke services

We will agree with the customer to deliver bespoke services. We will tailor them to the needs and outcomes the customer wants for the service user. For example, if the customer wants their service user to receive additional support or additional services such as specialist counselling, or specific support to be able to complete an elective service or accredited programme, KSS CRC will secure the agreed service through our supply chain.

Duration

  • Negotiated with the customer

Eligibility

  • All service users

Not suitable

  • N/A

Programme aims

  • To reduce the likelihood of reoffending
  • To address bespoke customer needs

Delivery

  • Flexible (but usually one-to-one as it is a bespoke service)
To request this service, use:
Non Statutory Intervention Category:
ES - Other KSS / ES - Drugs/Alcohol KSS / ES - Drugs/Alcohol KSS
Non Statutory Sub-Category:
Case Management Support / Supporting Alcohol Treatment Requirement / Supporting Drug Rehabilitation Requirement
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Our My Solution Rehabilitation Programme routeways

Our approach to reducing reoffending is called My Solution Rehabilitation Programme or MSRP for short. MSRP offers modular support that is able to address factors contributing to offending and/or preventing the rehabilitative journey.

Outlook

  • Outlook is designed to help service users understand and create choices, drive consequential thinking and personal responsibility, build confidence and assist change.

Home

  • Home is concerned with having settled permanent accommodation and focuses on those things that help people become part of the community. It covers practical issues, such as how to set up payment schemes for utilities, as well as securing a tenancy and the different types of tenancies available.

Money

  • Money focuses on the issues of finance, benefit and debt. Modules are designed to help service users manage their money better. Sessions include managing debt, sourcing help and taking control.

Habit

  • Experts outside of KSS CRC cover addiction; however we believe the thinking associated with substance misuse needs rehabilitation support. Habit covers the nature of addiction, how it links to low self-esteem and introduces steps to regain control.

Future

  • Future is about the steps needed to locate and secure work, how this is linked to training and education and how the service user can take action themselves to improve their employment chances.

Support

  • Support encourages the service user to think about their responsibilities and what their actions have meant for their families and loved ones. It encourages them to maintain contact with families when in prison and looks at ways in which they can maintain their relationships.

Health

  • Health modules demonstrate ways in which health care can be accessed. It looks at ways to stay healthy, the importance of diet and weight management, as well as sexual health issues.
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Process to purchase services

Non Statutory Interventions (NSI) process to purchase services

To request and purchase a rate card service from KSS CRC, the National Probation Service (NPS) must first complete the NSI process on NDelius.

This section will describe the step-by-step process which you can follow for each service outlined in this brochure, with only the information in BOLD ITALICS being different depending on the service.

You must input any services in the Event List. If you access the NSI screen through the Service user Index rather than the specific Event, the relevant option will not appear.

Please follow the NSI Process below:

1. Select Add NSI
2. NSI Provider: CPA Kent, Surrey and Sussex
3. Non Statutory Intervention: Please refer to specific NSI provided on each page of the brochure
4. Non Statutory Intervention Sub Type: Please refer to specific NSI provided on each page of the brochure
5. Dates: Please add appropriate dates
6. Your Provider: e.g. NPS Kent / Sussex / Surrey (as the NPS is creating a NSI and then will transfer to CRC)
7. Your Team: Please select as appropriate for your area e.g. NPS Kent
8. Your Name: Select your name
9. Status: Referred
10. Status Date & Time: Please add as appropriate
11. Notes: Please add as much relevant detail about the risk profile and support required as necessary
12. Expected End Date: Please add as appropriate
13. Actual End Date: Please leave blank
14. Click Save and complete the following steps to transfer the request

Transfer request process

The NSI you have added will appear in the List screen, please follow the instructions below to transfer out the case to the CRC:

a. Click Request Transfer (on the right hand side of the created NSI). You will now be presented with a Consolidated Offender Transfer screen.
b. Provider: CPA KSS CRC
c. Cluster: Leave unselected
d. LDU: Leave unselected
e. Team: e.g. Interventions Management
f. Officer: Unallocated
g. Click Transfer and select External NSI Referral in the ‘reason’ box.

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