The Case Management ProcessMost commentators view the linked activities of
Some academics and writers configure this core process slightly differently (see Literature Review or Beth Weaver's paper for the Barcelona Conference ) including, for example, ‘compliance' or ‘enforcement' as a separate activity or ‘preparation' or ‘referral' as a pre-assessment stage, or ‘induction' or ‘monitoring' as an activity separate to ‘implementation'.
Within the DOMICE Project, reference to the 'case management process' means this simplest 4 stage concept.
The case manager is, in our terms, whichever person is responsible for this process, in whichever stage of the correctional system the offender happens to be. That person may change from stage to stage or task to task. It may not even be clear whether there is such a person or who it is.