FRAME: Emerging evidence on the use of LS/CMI in Scotland

9th October 2015

The RMA was delighted to host a conference on the Level of Service / Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI) in October of this year. The focus of this free event was what we have learned and what we can learn further about implementation practice.

The event reflected upon:

  • Findings on the performance and application of the risk/needs assessment method in Scotland
  • The LS/CMI
  • The FRAME elements
  • The role of implementation practice and quality assurance
  • How routine risk/needs assessment can inform practice, policy and service delivery with special consideration given to
    • Higher risk of serious harm
    • Informing a gender responsive approach to women who offend, are at risk of custody or serving a custodial sentence


Predictive Validity of the LS/CMI in Scotland

Dr Kevin Williams
Multi Health Systems

Understanding the needs of women who offend

Yvonne Gailey and Gaby Vojt
Risk Management Authority

Identifying and Evaluating Risk of Serious Harm

Heather Irving
Risk Management Authority


Mark McSherry and Ian McIntosh
Risk Management Authority

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