Under what conditions is community sentence executed?
Inspired by the Common law system based on three principles: risk, need and responsiveness. The execution of the community sentence requires a pragmatic approach from the integration and probation advisors.
Thus, once the community sentence has been pronounced, the SPIP keep an eye on the convicts. This service controls the good respect of the obligations which have been imposed by justice and ensures a personalized care.
Every 15 days, the culprit must meet his advisor to do a follow-up. During sessions, the convict will go through his situation and his judicial history with his advisor. A new plan might come from these sessions.
At least once a year, the SPIP will file a report and sum up all the sessions to the judge in charge of the execution of the sentences. This will give the judge a closer and clearer view of the situation and he may adapt the community sentence.