On what bases do we differentiate? What key needs follow? Do staff profiles change as a result? Which bases need differentiation in the guidelines?
In order to offer a tailored approach, programs and settings should be differentiated on a broad continuum of security, care and developmental needs. It is hereby important that justice-involved people are not placed under higher levels of security than necessary to reasonably ensure public and institutional safety, permitting them to build on protective factors and maintain a positive relationship with the local community when possible. A tailored justice system should at all times subject people to the least restrictive setting possible; and recognize that individual risk and needs are dynamic and change over time.