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Joseph McCann was born in London  on 8 February to a Scottish builder and a mother with "links" to the Irish traveller community;  he was reported as being "one generation removed" from travellers  and part of a "large travelling family".
Beginning around Joseph and his brothers Sean a year older than him and Michael two years younger "ran a campaign of intimidation and crime" in their neighbourhood.
With neighbours and the council gathering evidence against the boys, in the council evicted the family from their home. The McCanns moved to Ardwickalso in Manchester, but the boys often returned to their old estate and continued what the Manchester Evening Post called a "campaign of terror". The three boys caused an enormous amount of problems for local people and committed a range of anti-social behaviour".
They were banned from "entering the Beswick area [,] The brothers appealed the order, firstly to the Crown Court and then to the High Court. Both failed and they took it to the Court of Appeal in which also rejected the appeal.
This distinction mattered because hearsay was inadmissible in criminal proceedings; ASBOs had been established to be civil injunctions with criminal penalties, which as civil proceedings allowed the hearsay of intimidated people to be admissible rather than demand that they appear as witnesses. He had fathered a young child but had not been present at the birth because he had been in prison.
On the 27 December by then releasedhe burgled the house of an elderly man in Cotton Enda small village near Bedford; McCann threatened to stab the man and stole a purse. After McCann was recognised on CCTVhe was arrested, eventually pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary and was sentenced in September to an imprisonment for public protection IPP order with a minimum term of two years and six months in prison. His partner was heavily pregnant with their second child at the time of his sentencing.
While serving his sentence, McCann was assessed by his offender manager as "posing a high risk of serious harm to the public and known adults", as well as a "medium risk" to children, prison staff and prisoners. At the end of that period, he went to live with family in Buckinghamshire which was approved as a temporary arrangement. However, in late July and early August he visited Manchester and began moving between other family addresses in Hertfordshire ; as a result of this, his offender manager was unable to make contact with him.
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On 18 Augusthe was arrested for car theft and burglary and was subsequently remanded in custody. In Januaryhe was sentenced to three years and four months in prison for burglary and motor vehicle theft. In sentencing him, the judge remarked that this would run concurrently with his IPP sentence, but his offender management team did not recall him on that sentence; had they done so, he would have had to appear before a parole board before being considered for release.
Instead, his sentence was treated as a determinate one which meant that he would be released halfway through on licence.
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In late and early Januarystaff at McCann's prison contacted the probation servicewho were concerned that McCann had not been recalled on his IPP sentence. The senior probation officer reiterated that his predecessor, who had been responsible for the case at the time of McCann's sentencing, had made the decision not to recall him. The Assistant Chief Officer who headed the probation service in Hertfordshire affirmed the decision in Januaryout of concern that there was a risk McCann could challenge his recall at that late stage.
Soon after, he was released on licence and prohibited from pursuing relationships with women. His offender manager was unable to find him a room at Approved Premises, so he was permitted to return to his family address in Buckinghamshire.
In early AprilMcCann applied to his local authority to obtain housing for him and a new female partner. When told that they could not house him, he became rude towards staff, who contacted his offender manager. Because his new relationship put him in breach of licence, he was issued with a warning letter on 10 April by probation services. This was further discussed with him by his offender manager eight days later. The abduction took place at 3. She was still in his car when he abducted another woman aged 21 in Edgware in north London.
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He attacked her as well. On 5 May, he met a woman at a bar in Greater Manchester and convinced her to allow him into her home; there, he tied her up and raped her year-old daughter and year-old son at around 8am. The daughter managed to flee the house, jumping from a first-floor window, and alerted neighbours. As McCann fled, the son untied his mother.
They escaped at Knutsford Services that evening. McCann then drove to Congleton in Cheshirewhere, on the same day at 6.
He was spotted by police, who gave chase; in the pursuit, McCann crashed his car and fled on foot, leaving the girls unharmed. He fled from the vehicle on foot; police caught up with him and he was discovered hiding up a tree down a country lane at around 3am on 6 May. He was then arrested and detained. For these crimes, he was tried at the Old Bailey and, on 6 December, convicted of 37 offences. The report concluded that the NPS "did not manage [McCann] effectively or in line with the policies and procedures which set out the expectations for managing offenders who pose a high risk of harm.
The standard of practice did vary ificantly over time and between individuals". It found that the early management of McCann's case during his IPP sentence was positive, but this was "critically undermined" by later "repeated and various failures". This included the failure to consider historical intelligence about his risk of sexual harm; poor sentence planning; and the repeated decision not to recall McCann to prison on his IPP sentence after August The SFO report revealed that McCann's case had been managed by 10 offender managers between September and his release in February Instaff turnover was high, caselo rose and the office relied on temporary workers who were inexperienced with high-risk offenders.
Retrieved 7 March McCann, son of a Scottish builder, spent the rest of his upbringing in and out of prison until he was given indeterminate sentence in when he threatened to stab a pensioner as he raided his home. The Guardian. The family, one generation removed from travellers, has been divided by the order, she says. Forced to move away, the boys have been unable to maintain links with relatives who still live in Beswick. Archived from the original on 9 January Retrieved 8 March A "very challenging" prisoner, he had a history of mental health problems, self-harm and drug abuse.
After his transferal to HMP Peterborough in Januarystaff suspected him of bullying prisoners and dealing and abusing drugs.
In late February, he self-harmed and attempted suicide twice. After he assaulted several prisoners, he was removed to a segregation unit, where he damaged his cell, chewed a razor blade and made a ligature, both of which staff removed. After returning to a normal wing several days later, he was re-segregated after threatening staff and prisoners; he tied a ligature around his neck again but was deemed too volatile to attend an inpatient unit; the following day, he hung himself from a broken light fitting.
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The Ombudsman concluded that the prison did not "manage Mr McCann's risk of suicide or self-harm effectively" or produce strategies for dealing with his drug abuse and dealing. The inquest into his death was critical of staff for not moving him from his segregation cell after they noticed that the broken light formed a "ligature point" Neil Shefferd, "Family of Aylesbury dad who died in his cell say they hope prison will learn from their mistakes"Bucks Herald19 February Sky News. Retrieved 11 December The report identified McCann's fifth offender manager originally a temporary member of staff as having produced "poor quality" assessments; the manager lacked experience of dealing with high-risk offenders and was under an "extremely heavy workload".
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