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  1. 1. Community Payback s.177 Criminal Justice Act 2003 Community payback – 80 to 300 hours Supervision – up to 3 years Programme – e.g. sexual Drug rehabilitation – treatment & test Alcohol treatment Mental health treatment Residence Specified activity – up to 60 days Prohibited activity Exclusion – from a place Curfew – can be electronic monitored Attendance centre – 12-36 hours, under 25s.
  2. 2. Starter: How much did you learn last lesson? Across 1. Number of years D's licence may be extended for a particularly violent crime (5) 3. Sentence type where D may not go into custody unless he commits a further crime (9) 5. point at which D will be released if he is given an EDS (3-6) 7. A factor which may reduce the sentence (7) 8. …… term . Sentence where the length is set by the judge (5) 9. A sentence which must be applied (9) 11. …….life sentence. Crimes such as arson may have this as a possible sentence (13) 13. How much an early guilty plea is worth! (5) 14. Initials of the body responsible for 'guiding' sentencing (2) 15. Statute which has recently amended the custodial sentences available (5) Down 2. New sentence recently introduced to replace the indefinite sentence. (3,7) 4. Report produced before the offender is sentenced indicating what he should get (11) 5. Less that this amount, means D is released with no further help! (6,5) 6. Term for the minimum a lifer must serve before applying to be released on licence (6) 10. The longest sentence which the court may had down (4) 12. Age at which D is sent to an adult prison (9)
  3. 3. Can you apply the law? Davina, aged 53, has been convicted of dangerous driving and criminal damage after she drove her car the wrong way down the motorway and crashed into the local school. She had forgotten to take her medication.
  4. 4. Now you have a go! Pick one of these problems and write it up. Remember: aim for five applied points and a conclusion! Leo, aged 26, has been convicted of criminal damage, after he keyed his girlfriend’s car after an argument. He loses his temper easily and has one previous conviction for breach of peace, for which he was given a fine. Louis, aged 19, has stolen £100 from his mum to pay for his drinking. He currently lives at home with her, and goes out each night with his friends to drink in the town centre
  5. 5. Fines Type of sentence (3) THE most common type of punishment for an offender (although it’s often combined with other punishments!)
  6. 6. Discharges Absolute Conditional
  7. 7. Other Types of Sentences... Sentence Depravation & Forfeiture Orders Binding over Driving Disqualification ASBO Compensation Order Description Aims covered?
  8. 8. One final demonstration of your skills!
  9. 9. How do these images link to this topic? Plenary: