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MAPPA review QC highlights judges' assessment of offender risk

Jonathan Hall warns there is no 'magic test' for risk at point of release.

Met Commissioner Cressida Dick and City of London Commissioner Ian Dyson at a public vigil for the victims of the London Bridge terrorism attack

Met Commissioner Cressida Dick and City of London Commissioner Ian Dyson at a public vigil for the victims of the London Bridge terrorism attack

Date - 23rd January 2020
By - Gary Mason
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The use of polygraph tests within multi agency public protection arrangements (MAPPA) are worth looking at but are not the whole answer, according to the QC who is conducting an independent review of terrorism legislation. Jonathan Hall QC’s...
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