Department of Probation and Parole Data Base (DPP)
Data available on
- Marital status
Location of incident.
Relationship with perpetrator
Husband/wife, intimate partner, family relation, stranger, other (ex: neighbour, colleagues)
Repeatedly suffering from GBV
- Marital status
Locality, Country of Origin, Date of Birth, Referral Type: Law Court or Parole Board, the offence, Date of Issuing of the Order, Date of Termination of the Order, name of Probation Officer supervising the case, Reference Number.
Relationship with victim
This means that this kind of information is not recorded by this data source.
No information collected on Background information
Relationship with victim/perpetrator
Incident description by witness
Children witnessing IPV incident
Code system used
- No codes used
Description of incident
- Type of violence
Civil justice data
Incident respond resources
No information collected on Incident respond resources
Stages of prosecution process
- Withdrawals of complaints
- Withdrawals of prosecution support
- N. of cases reported for each incident
- N. of cases initiated for each type of incident
- N. of cases referred to court
- Types of offense(s)
No information collected on Defendant pleas/verdicts
Average time case through criminal justice system
N. of cases resulting in arrest
Charged with more than one offense
List of offenses
Death as result of incident
Data on the referrals made to Probation Services, namely by the Law Court and the Parole Board.
- In paper form
- Electronically (single files)
- Electronically (database)
Frequency of updating
Quality assurance process
This data source is used for processes across all levels of the department. It is also used to address third party requests made by the National Statistics Office, Parliamentary Questions and Annual Reports. Moreover, such data is also used when working with other stakeholders such as the Ministry and the Judiciary.
- Over time
As soon as the case is referred it is inputted in the system.
Developments are ongoing and are in line with changes in policy and legislation and service provision.
Relation with third parties
Depending on requests.
Courts (cases are referred in writing by the Court)