There are four IOM schemes within Dyfed Powys which are aligned with the local authority areas in the region:

• TRANSFORM – Carmarthenshire
• PROP – Powys
• CLEDDAU – Pembrokeshire
• NEW ROAD – Ceredigion

To enable effective joint working Dyfed Powys Police, NPS and Wales CRC are co-located in Carmarthenshire (full-time), Pembrokeshire (part-time) and Powys (part-time), as well as in the Public Protection Hub located in Dyfed Powys Police Headquarters (which also houses the IOM Coordinator, Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Coordinator, the Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) Coordinator and ViSOR).

Other partners involved include Housing (both local authority and private), health (including mental health services), drug & other substance misuse teams, Community Safety Partnerships and the Department of Work and Pensions/Job Centre Plus. All agencies involved attend monthly multi-agency meetings, where partners jointly screen cases in and out of the IOM schemes, and work together to make joint decisions around the effective management of those included on the schemes. 

Operational activity across the schemes is overseen by four local steering groups, which in turn report into the Dyfed Powys IOM Cymru Regional Group. 

Women’s Pathfinder

The Women's Pathfinder Whole System Approach pilot launched in Pembrokeshire in January 2016. As part of this pilot the Women's Pathfinder Diversion Scheme has been delivered by Gwalia from Haverfordwest Custody Suite and has to date diverted over 100 women from the Criminal Justice System. Alongside this there has been agreement with Hafan Cymru for Probation staff (CRC and NPS) to access their Haverfordwest premises for female only reporting and to host the multi agency case conference where organisations come together to work in partnership in supporting female service users on their caseload.