SECURITY - Hold to Account
Our committed, caring and dedicated staff are our most valuable asset. We are committed to protecting our staff from violence, harassment and abuse at work. We encourage service users, visitors and staff to report all such incidents as soon as they occur. We would, of course, prefer that incidents against our staff did not occur. However, we have a ‘zero tolerance’ attitude towards such behaviours and will take action and, where appropriate, work with the Police to bring those responsible to justice.
Our service users, visitors and staff deserve to work and be treated in a safe, calm and healthy environment. We will safeguard our property and assets from theft or criminal damage. We will consider taking action against anyone who deliberately damages Trust equipment or property.
Please help us to ensure that Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust remains a safe environment for everyone.
The Trust is committed to applying and publicising all appropriate sanctions successfully applied against those responsible for security related incidents including assaults on staff, acts of theft and criminal damage.
||23 October 2015
||SAANS, Michael Carlisle Centre
||12 Month Conditional Discharge
||11 February 2016
|| Argyll House
||Criminal Damage to property
||12 Month Community Order; 9 Month Alcohol Treatment Order
||16 April 2016; 04 May 2016
|| Endcliffe Ward
||Assault a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm. Criminal damage to property valued under £5,000.
||Community order made with rehabilitation activity requirement and unpaid work.
||While attending the site on 23 October 2015 an individual caused vandalism and damage to Trust property to the value of £998.07. As a result the individual was reported to the Police by the Management Team. Following a successful prosecution at the Sheffield Magistrates Court on 07 January 2016 the individual was found guilty and sentenced to a 12 month conditional discharge for criminal damage. The Courts determination indicated that no order costs be attributed to the individual due to considered circumstances.
||While attending the site on 11 February 2016 an individual caused vandalism and damage to Trust property. As a result the individual was reported to the Police by the Management Team. Following a successful prosecution at Sheffield Magistrates Court on 11 May 2016 the individual was found guilty and sentenced to a 12 month community order and a 9 month alcohol treatment order respectively.
|| A member of staff was assaulted on Endcliffe Ward 16 April 2016 by a service user. Criminal damage to property was also caused by the service user. SHSC staff in liaison the South Yorkshire Police and Crown Prosecution Service successfully brought a case against the service user who was found guilty by Sheffield Magistrates Court on 27 May 2016 of committing two offences, the result of the case was a community order made with rehabilitation activity requirement and unpaid work in respect of both offences.