HMPPS, 'MAPPA Guidance' (24/11/21)

2021-11 MAPPA Guidance.pdf

MAPPA guidance "Multi-agency public protection arrangements are in place to ensure the successful management of violent and sexual offenders. This guidance sets out the responsibilities of the police, probation trusts and prison service. It also touches on how other agencies may become involved, for example the Youth Justice Board will be responsible for the care of young offenders." Superseded by HMPPS, 'MAPPA Guidance' (dated May 2022, published 1/9/22).


24 November 2021 Latest MAPPA guidance uploaded.

20 August 2021 Guidance updated.

20 May 2021 Addition of Chapter 16 – Armed Forces.

5 February 2021 MAPPA guidance updated for July 2019

25 April 2019 Updated MAPPA Guidance (4.4) added

14 November 2017 Chapters 5, 19 and 22 of the MAPPA guidance have been updated.

7 December 2016 Changes made to, Chapter 12 Risk Management Plan, Chapter 13a Multi-Agency Public Protection Meetings, Chapter 13b MAPPA Minutes, Chapter 26 Mentally Disordered Offenders, Appendix 1, MAPPA A, MAPPA A Completion Notes, MAPPA B, MAPPA B Completion Notes, MAPPA D and MAPPA I.

7 January 2016 The new MAPPA website is now live

20 February 2015 Changes Feb 2015: Updates to sections 6,17, and 26, Appendix 4, MAPPA F, MAPPA J, and MAPPA I. Appendix 8, MAPPA Q, and MAPPA R added.

28 November 2014 Chapter 10 of guidance updated November 2014.

21 March 2014 First published.

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The page is entitled "Statutory guidance: Multi-agency public protection arrangements (MAPPA): Guidance" and contains links to two documents.

  • MAPPA Guidance:
  • MAPPA guidance: appendices and forms
    • No copy of the 2016 document is currently available.
    • The original URL now redirects to a newer version.


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Type: Guidance🔍

Title: MAPPA Guidance

Organisation: Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service🔍 · MAPPA🔍 · Ministry of Justice🔍 · National Offender Management Service🔍

Date: 24/11/21🔍

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