The Order In Which The National Probation Service Was Co-Sponsored By The Probation Clients Expected Social Rehabilitation Services Of Assistance And Monitoring Of The Postpenitenciār, And The Amount Of Co-Financing

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā Valsts probācijas dienests līdzfinansē probācijas klientiem paredzētos sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumus postpenitenciārās palīdzības un uzraudzības ietvaros, un līdzfinansējuma apmērs

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 146 in Riga on March 3, 2008 (pr. No 13 26) the order in which the national probation service was co-sponsored by the probation clients expected social rehabilitation services of assistance and supervision postpenitenciār and co-financing amount Issued under the National Service Act, probation article 10 the third paragraph of rule 1 shall determine the order in which the national probation service (hereinafter service) co-sponsored by the probation clients expected social rehabilitation services of assistance and monitoring of the postpenitenciār within a social rehabilitation institution (hereinafter the institution), and the amount of co-financing. 2. the service was co-sponsored by the institution expenditure relating to probation customer integration into society. 3. the service contract with the institution of the place of co-financing. The contract specifies the monthly payment for a single client, and other conditions. 4. Billing and reporting period is one month. Service account with the institution of the receipt of the report. Review the following information about the probation that received the client institution services: 4.1. name, surname;
4.2. the year of birth;
4.3. the last declared place of residence;
4.4. time spent in prison;
4.5. the date when the customer to the institution probation, withdrawal or deducted from the institution;
4.6. the territorial Department of probation which client sent to institutions;
4.7. the probation part of co-financing of the client. 5. the report shall be accompanied by the invoices, financial reports on the implementation of the budget, staff timesheets, overview of the client's participation in the program of probation, probation client identity in co-financing a copy of the document and other documents specified in the service and in the contract concluded by the institution. 6. Probation maintenance expenses of the client institution composed of the following cost sas: 6.1. probation customer catering costs (not including staff canteens atal gojum);
6.2. expenditure on personal care items and cleaning products;
6.3. the customer social behavior and social rehabilitation services, including self-care skills (programs in administration and staff involved in the implementation costs);
6.4. target groups (client) costs (paid for by the laity in the services-gas, heating, water, electricity). 7. Service covers in full the provisions referred to in point 6.3. 8. The first three months after the probation service in the customer's statement in the body of a bear that rule 6.1, 6.2 and 6.4. the costs referred to in point. 9. If the client maintains the probation authorities to three months longer, the Department co-sponsored this rule 6.1, 6.2 and 6.4 below. costs referred to in the following: 9.1.75 percent of contractual monthly payment-on the fourth, fifth and sixth month;
9.2. the 50 percent of the contractual monthly payment-for the seventh, eighth and ninth month;
9.3. the 25 percent of the contractual monthly payment – for the tenth, eleventh and twelfth month. 10. If the client maintains the probation authorities for more than three months, but not longer than a year, the service shall pay the full amount of these provisions 6.1, 6.2 and 6.4. the expenditure referred to in the following cases: If the customer 10.1 probation not because the institution can offer employment opportunities;
10.2. If the client is idle for probation for health reasons;
10.3. If the customer successfully probation attends training (vocational training) and the learning process prevents be employed;
10.4. the territorial unit of the Service Manager's suggestion, if the probation clients created conditions, which severely hampers the ability of the client to probation co-sponsor institutions services. 11. If the client maintains the probation authorities for more than a year, is covered by the probation service the client's living expenses, beginning in the thirteenth month after probation client joining the institution. 12. Service payment (co-pay) is carried out in accordance with the agreement concluded with the institution, as well as in the light of this provision, 6, 8, 9 and 11. 13. If the client institution probation stayed less than a month, the service will be calculated in proportion to the estimate of the number of days in which the relevant month probation client stayed in the institution. 14. the rules shall enter into force on July 1, 2008. Prime Minister i. Godmanis Justice Minister g. Smith

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