Details the business definitions for criminal justice interventions teams to use when collecting and submitting data to the NDTMS. NDTMS dataset P refers to future national data collection, effective from 1 April 2020.
This document defines the text to codal values (reference data) to use within the CJIT data entry tool application to support criminal justice intervention teams. Treatment providers can refer to this document when inputting data items into the NDTMS. Reference data is defined
This document describes the dataset inclusion, layout and verification rules for each data item that is submitted to NDTMS. NDTMS dataset P refers to future national data collection, effective from 1 April 2020.
This publication defines the format of the CSV file, which is used as the main way of inputting the CJIT dataset into the NDTMS. It details the expected structure of each entity of an NDTMS record. You don’t require a specific application to create the CSV file for the NDTMS system.
This report examines alcohol’s contribution to violence in intimate relationships. The public health burden of intimate partner violence (IPV) is considerable and alcohol use has been consistently identified as a risk factor for IPV perpetration. The report is based on
The Drug Interventions Programme often begins with the police drug testing individuals in the custody suite for specified Class A drugs (opiates and/or cocaine) following an arrest or charge. If detainees test positive, they are served with a Required Assessment
The Government wishes to improve the arrangements for dealing with incidents of adult abuse. In September 1999 the Department of Health issued a consultative draft copy of ‘No Secrets’ for comment. We now enclose copies of the final, published document.
This circular is intended to help HAs/PCTs/PCGs/practices and GPs implement proposals to address the problems of violent behaviour in General Practice, building on the measures which were introduced in 1994 [FHSL (94)24]. The guidance describes the amendment to the National
This Quality Assurance and Improvement Framework (QAIF) provides the basic infrastructure for quality assurance of health and justice services. It is designed to underpin the delivery of NHS England’s responsibilities and duty in respect of quality, as stated in the