ViSOR - the Dangerous Persons Database

​​ViSOR the Dangerous Persons Database , is used as a Management Tool by UK Law Enforcement, National Offender Management Service (including the Prison Service) along with a wide range of other agencies, to manage, Registerable Sexual Offenders, Other Sexual Offenders, Violent Offenders, Dangerous Offenders, Registerable Terrorist Offenders, Registerable Violent Offenders and Potentially Dangerous Persons as part of MAPPA (Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements).  It allows each agency to share information with relevant partner agencies and contribute to the risk management of offenders at the click of a button.

The following ViSOR learning programmes are available as follows:

  • ViSOR Basic Level Access Learning Programme – is designed to be delivered to those individuals who require access to the information and intelligence stored within ViSOR but will not directly update ViSOR Nominal Records.
  • ViSOR End User Learning Programme – is designed to be delivered to those individuals who will be involved in the update and management of ViSOR Nominal Records.
  • ViSOR System Administrator Learning Programme – is designed to be delivered to those wo will be responsible for the creation and management of ViSOR User accounts.
  • ViSOR Train the Trainer Learning Programme – is delivered only by the College of Policing and is aimed at individuals who are existing Trainers who will need to deliver end user training locally within their organisation.  The Learning Programme will provide trainers with a core set of learning materials that can then be used to deliver end user training locally.

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