The register detailed below sets out the list of Manners of risk assessment and management accredited by the Risk Management Authority. If you require any further information in relation to the information contained in this register please use this link to contact us or telephone the Risk Management Authority on 0141 278 4478.
Brief Description of
|Name of Applicant||Business Address||Period of Accreditation||
Purpose for which
Accreditation is valid
|Manner No. 003|
This manner is based on risk formulation and risk management. Its intended outcomes are advice on the ‘pattern of behaviour’ and the level of restriction and intervention required to minimise that risk.
• Risk Formulation is an individualised model for understanding a person’s offending behaviour, which can directly guide consideration of future risk. It involves the integration of the information gathered about a case, including specific risk factors, protective factors and the outcome of tests (for example personality assessment).
|Dr. Rajan Darjee||Dr. Raj Darjee,
The Orchard Clinic,
Royal Edinburgh Hospital,
|Jul 2015 -
This manner shall be used for the purposes of risk assessments conducted by Accredited Assessors under Section 210B and 210D of the Criminal procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 (as amended by the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003).
The manner may also be used by practitioners producing other reports requiring an individualised formulation based risk assessment, e.g. risk assessments carried out on certain offenders covered by Sections 10 and 11 of the Management of Offenders (Scotland) Act 2005 and risk assessments for sentencing of some violent or sexual offenders where an OLR is not being considered.
This is an Accredited Manner of Risk Assessment.
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This Manner of risk assessment and management includes:
• File Review
• Structured Professional Judgement instruments appropriate to the risk being assessed and managed.
All to be used in a Care Programme Approach context for patients of the State Hospital.
|The State Hospitals Board for Scotland||The State Hospital
110 Lampits Road
|Sept 2008 –Sept 2011||
1) For the purposes of immediate and longer term risk assessment and management of State Hospital inpatients.
2) This may include risk assessment and management of State Hospital patients who are subject to an Order for Lifelong Restriction (OLR) and those detained in the State Hospital whilst being assessed for an OLR under an Interim Compulsion Order.