The Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP), which cost pounds 32m between 2005 and 2007, is a multi-million pound initiative to keep the worst young offenders out of custody.
What does ISSP stand for?
ISSP stands for Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (UK)
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- Indian Society for Study of Pain (Gujarat, India)
- Individual Service and Support Plan (behavioral science)
- Individualized Student Success Plan
- Information System Security Program
- Information Systems Security Professional
- Information Systems Strategic Plan
- Institute for Solid State Physics (University of Tokyo)
- Instructional Support System of Pennsylvania
- Integrated Single Specialty Provider (health care)
- Integrated Soldier System Project (Canada)
- Intensive Support and Supervision Program (Canada)
- Inter Solar Systems Pol
- Inter-Solar System Police (anime)
- Interim Interswitch Signaling Protocol
- International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Signal Processing
- International School of Subnuclear Physics (Italy)
- International Seminar on Speech Production
- International Social Survey Programme
- International Society for the Study of Pain
- International Society of Sustainability Professionals (Portland, OR)
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The Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP), which cost pounds 32m 2005 to 2007, is an initiative to keep the worst young offenders out of custody.
Under the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme, which cost pounds 32m between 2005-2007, criminals aged between 10 and 17 are allowed to live at home after committing a series of crimes including grievous bodily harm, robbery and burglary.
Four designs were produced as part of the young offender's work on the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme which is used instead of a custodial sentence.
In 2002 Northumberland Youth Offending Service, in partnership with Newcastle City and North Tyneside Youth Offending teams, was given money to pilot the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme for youngsters aged 10-17.
The South Wales Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP) has become one of the first in Britain to pilot a new programme which can double the amount of time young people spend on the scheme.
Nuance Verifier is proven technology for enhanced security, as demonstrated by global deployments, including Banco Bradesco, the largest bank in Brazil, the United Kingdom government's Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme for fighting crime, and other major financial institutions for access to personal accounts and information.
As well as the 12-month supervision order, the judge made him the subject of a Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP).