UNIT 22: Care and rehabilitation of offenders (LEVEL 3)

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1 UNIT 22: Care and rehabilitation of offenders (LEVEL 3) Learning outcomes By completing this unit the candidate will develop their knowledge and understanding of role of a wide range of organisations in the care and rehabilitation of They will investigate the aims of sentencing and will focus particularly on those sentences that are aimed at rehabilitating the offender and will consider the importance of rehabilitation. Candidates will also gain an understanding of the work of the Probation Service and evaluate its effectiveness in meeting its roles and responsibilities. Candidates will produce evidence to meet the unit assessment objectives in order to show that they understand: the role of a range of organisations concerned with the care and rehabilitation of offenders the aims of sentencing and the types of sentences that are aimed at rehabilitating offenders the roles and responsibilities of the probation service and how successful they have been in carrying these out the importance of care and rehabilitation of offenders in society. Assessment objectives 1 Identify the range of organisations, associated with the care and rehabilitation of offenders and give an overview of their role 2 Outline the aims of sentencing and examine those sanctions that are aimed at rehabilitation 3 Analyse the role and responsibilities of the probation service in working with offenders 4 Evaluate and discuss their success or otherwise in this role Knowledge, understanding and skills Organisations to include: public sector (eg prisons, probation service, police, courts) private sector (eg private prisons) charitable/voluntary organisations (eg Nacro) local and national organisations Aims include: retribution reparation deterrence incapacitation rehabilitation Sentences aimed at rehabilitation could include: community rehabilitation and punishment order, supervision order, community rehabilitation order, community punishment order, action plan order, drug treatment and testing order Roles and responsibilities enforcement of sentences pre trial services public protection rehabilitation/reduction of re offending Measure of success meeting of Key Performance Indicators reduction in numbers of re-conviction, numbers of orders breached etc integration into the community OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services 1

2 Assessment objectives 5 Investigate how individuals are prepared for resettlement in the community Knowledge, understanding and skills Development of individuals whilst in custody education maintenance of positive relationships support mechanisms Preparation for release includes: licensing requirements role of the probation service support mechanisms Resettlement Assessment This unit is centre assessed and externally moderated. In order to achieve this unit candidate must produce a portfolio of evidence showing that they have met all of the assessment objectives. Portfolios of work must be produced independently. They will need to be made available, together with witness statements and any other supporting documentation, to the OCR Visiting Moderator when required. Centres must confirm to OCR that the evidence produced by candidates is authentic. An OCR Centre Authentication Form is provided in the Centre Handbook and includes a declaration for assessors to sign. It is a requirement of the QCA Common Criteria for all Qualifications that proof of authentication is received. Guidance on assessment and evidence requirements For candidates to gain the necessary information and knowledge, centres will need close liaison with the Prison Service and Probation Service, either by a visit to or from those organisations when delivering this unit. Candidates could also benefit from a visit to the courts, (either magistrates or crown courts) to gain an understanding of how decisions are made. Talks from magistrates or judges would also be very beneficial. There is also a need for contact with local organisations concerned with the care and rehabilitation of prisoners. Candidates should be encouraged to make personal contact or visit the various organisations to obtain information and collect relevant literature. In order to meet Assessment Objective 1 candidates must undertake research into a range of organisations; these organisations must include those which care for offenders, those which rehabilitate offenders, those which are government organisations and those which are charitable organisations. Candidates could produce a directory of organisations including those which operate at both local and national levels. For Assessment Objective 2 candidates will be expected to outline the aims of sentencing. Candidates will then focus specifically on those sanctions that are aimed at rehabilitating the offender. Candidates will be expected to explain the key points of each type of sentence, identifying their implications for Candidates should consider sentences that are available for both youth and adult Tutors may find local newspaper reports of recent court cases as useful resource material. Candidates knowledge would be enhanced by input from a Magistrate, Lawyer or Probation Officer. Assessment Objectives 3 and 4 should be approached together with candidates researching the roles and responsibilities of the Probation Service, producing evidence as to what they do and how successful they are in achieving their role. Tutors should encourage candidates to use statistical data as part of their evaluation. Candidates may wish to look at the success of their local 2 OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services

3 Probation Service by using such items as their annual report. Again candidates would benefit from personal contact with the Probation Service and if possible their clients, who would be able to give a personal perspective on the help that has been offered. Candidates may wish to comment on particular aspects of the Probation Service s work which they believe has been particularly successful or unsuccessful. Assessment Objective 5 will again require candidates to substantiate their work with statistical data along with reference to various official reports. Candidates may wish to undertake some primary research into general perceptions about the rehabilitation of offenders and compare these with official sources of information. Evidence for this objective could be produced in the form of a report. Signposting to Key Skills The unit contains opportunities for developing the Key Skill, and possibly for generating portfolio evidence, if teaching and learning is focused on that aim. Key Skill Key Skill Key Skill reference reference reference C3.1 N3.1 IT3.1 C3.2a N3.2a IT3.2 C3.2b N3.2b IT3.3 C3.3 N3.2c N3.2d N3.3 Mapping to National Occupational Standards Occupational Standards Custodial Care Standards Unit number CC043 Title Prepare individuals for resettlement in the community Resources This section provides suggestions of suitable resources. The list is neither prescriptive nor exhaustive, and candidates should be encouraged to gather information from a variety of sources. Some suggested resources are intended for Tutor use. The resources in this section were correct at the time of production. Websites Skills for Justice: URL: skillsforjustice.co.uk. Sector skills council for those working within the prison sector. Offenders Learning and Skills Unit. URL: National Association of Prison Officers. URL: Trade union, professional association and campaign organisation for people working in the National Probation Service and the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service. Prisons and probation ombudsman. URL: National Probation Service. URL: Try their links page for lots of other relevant sites within the criminal justice system. OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services 3

4 Criminal Justice System On Line. URL: Experience a virtual tour of a prison. URL: Home Office Various statistics NACRO. Independent voluntary organisation working to prevent crime. URL: org.uk. Nacro's vision is a safer society where everyone belongs, human rights are respected and preventing crime means tackling social exclusion and re-integrating those who offend. Loss Prevention International (LPI): URL: LPI provide security and medical escorts for the escorting of people being removed from a country under immigration powers. HM Prison Service (England and Wales). URL: Group 4 Falck Global Solutions Limited. URL: Group 4 Falck offer management, supervisory and administrative roles as well as operational positions including prisoner custody officers, detention officers and security officers. 4 OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services

5 Grading Assessment Objective AO1 Identify the range of organisations, associated with the care and rehabilitation of offenders and give an overview of their role AO2 Outline the aims of sentencing and examine those sanctions that are aimed at rehabilitation Pass Merit Distinction Candidates briefly identify the range of organisations, associated with the care and rehabilitation of offenders and give a limited overview of their role. The candidates show a limited understanding of the aims of sentencing. Candidates adequately identify which sanction goes with which aim of sentencing and provide limited detail on the way some help rehabilitation. Candidates clearly identify the range of organisations, associated with the care and rehabilitation of offenders and give an appropriate overview of their role. The candidates show some understanding of the aims of sentencing. Candidates clearly identify which sanction goes with which aim of sentencing and clearly show the way some help rehabilitation. Candidates accurately identify the range of organisations, associated with the care and rehabilitation of offenders and give a comprehensive overview of their role. The candidates show a comprehensive understanding of the aims of sentencing. Candidates accurately identify which sanction goes with which aim of sentencing and confidently show the way some help rehabilitation. AO3 Analyse the role and responsibilities of the probation service in working with offenders AO4 Evaluate and discuss their success or otherwise in this role Candidates give a basic analysis of the role and responsibilities of the probation service in working with Candidates give a sound analysis of the role and responsibilities of the probation service in working with Candidates give a comprehensive analysis of the role and responsibilities of the probation service in working with Candidates provide a basic evaluation and discussion on the success or otherwise of the probation service in working with offenders supported with some evidence. Candidates provide a detailed evaluation and discussion on the success or otherwise of the probation service in working with offenders supported with appropriate evidence. Candidates provide a comprehensive evaluation and discussion on the success or otherwise of the probation service in working with offenders supported with appropriate relevant evidence. OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services 5

6 Assessment Objective AO5 Investigate how individuals are prepared for resettlement in the community Pass Merit Distinction There will be a superficial investigation into how individuals are prepared for resettlement in the community, showing limited understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the prison service in relation to the rehabilitation of There will be a detailed investigation into how individuals are prepared for resettlement in the community, showing clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the prison service in relation to the rehabilitation of There will be a comprehensive investigation into how individuals are prepared for resettlement in the community, showing thorough understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the prison service in relation to the rehabilitation of 6 OCR Level 3 Nationals in Public Services

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