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Parliamentarian Keeping an eye on government

Parliamentarian Keeping an eye on government Parliamentarian Keeping an eye on government DTTOs put in the dock trackable by the database NOMS, ‘we’ve lost the The future of DTTOs hangs in the balance as right to do that because they’ve completed their Government undertakes a major review. The Public sentence’. In response Mr Sheridan asked, ‘If Accounts Committee heard evidence in May on the someone’s a drug dealer in Glasgow and they turn performance of Drug Testing and Treatment Orders up in London, you won’t know?’. The witnesses (introduced in 1999 as an alternative to confirmed this, although Mr Hayes pointed out that imprisonment for people convicted of drug-related while treatment providers in London would know crimes). that treatment had been provided in London, there Tough questions were posed by the Committee is no way for this information to be communicated chair Edward Leigh, who opened the session by at the start to criminal justice agencies. asking Mr Narey, Chief Executive, National A full report on the hearing will be published Offender Management Service, about the later in the summer. The Home Office is expected tremendous disparity between DTTO completion to respond simultaneously to all recommendations. rates across probation areas – ranging from 70 per http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Drugs and Alcohol Today Emerald Publishing

Parliamentarian Keeping an eye on government

Drugs and Alcohol Today , Volume 4 (2): 4 – Jul 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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1745-9265
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10.1108/17459265200400020
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Abstract

Parliamentarian Keeping an eye on government DTTOs put in the dock trackable by the database NOMS, ‘we’ve lost the The future of DTTOs hangs in the balance as right to do that because they’ve completed their Government undertakes a major review. The Public sentence’. In response Mr Sheridan asked, ‘If Accounts Committee heard evidence in May on the someone’s a drug dealer in Glasgow and they turn performance of Drug Testing and Treatment Orders up in London, you won’t know?’. The witnesses (introduced in 1999 as an alternative to confirmed this, although Mr Hayes pointed out that imprisonment for people convicted of drug-related while treatment providers in London would know crimes). that treatment had been provided in London, there Tough questions were posed by the Committee is no way for this information to be communicated chair Edward Leigh, who opened the session by at the start to criminal justice agencies. asking Mr Narey, Chief Executive, National A full report on the hearing will be published Offender Management Service, about the later in the summer. The Home Office is expected tremendous disparity between DTTO completion to respond simultaneously to all recommendations. rates across probation areas – ranging from 70 per

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Drugs and Alcohol TodayEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2004

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