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Volume 488: debated on Wednesday 25 February 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice in which prison establishments an offender supervisor is allocated to each inmate; and if he will make a statement. (258182)

The national offender management model does not require every offender to have an offender supervisor. The implementation of the model has been phased to give priority to those offenders serving community orders or on post-release licences; adult offenders serving a determinate sentence of 12 months or more assessed as posing a high or very high risk of serious harm, or who have been identified as prolific or other priority offenders; and those sentenced to imprisonment for public protection.