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Karen Buck 9h
Who could possibly have imagined that the problems with privatisation, so widely predicted by people who actually understood the probation service, would turn out to be actual problems?
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Jake Phillips 1h
All well & good but isn't the helpline also for people who have a family member on ? They certainly have information about it on their website. Considering the low levels of understanding re comm sentences this is problematic IMO. Fairly typical sidelining of probation
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Hardeep Matharu 8h
Latest inspection findings today are just outrageous. We should all be really, really concerned as it's about ALL of our safety --> "poor practice was widespread" in to tackle domestic abuse and keep victims safe. What if this was the NHS?
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HMI Probation 11h
Five key findings from our report: 'Domestic abuse: the work undertaken by Community Rehabilitation Companies'. Read our full report:
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Annie E. Casey Fdn 3m
Read about the journey of ’s Pierce County as it strives to make work better for youth.
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HMI Probation 10h
If you care about tackling , read our new report 'Domestic abuse: the work undertaken by Community Rehabilitation Companies'.
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Ruth Johnson 10h
Effective working relationships are built on good and regular contact - Home visits can be so revealing! Essential not a luxury!
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Hardeep Matharu 8h
Replying to @Hardeep_Matharu
"Inspectors found probation staff did not have the skills, experience or time to supervise perpetrators properly" - so, that is, to do the mere *basics* of the job of a officer. How can it have really come to this?
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Russell Webster 9h
Private failing domestic abuse victims found CRC staff did not have the skills, experience or time to supervise perpetrators of domestic abuse properly.
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Paul Delaney 6h
Almost a third of offenders admitted to crime diversion programmes did not re-offend within a two-year period, a new review of the projects has found. The Probation Service, Garda and Prison Service have welcomed the findings as very positive.
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HMI Probation 8h
Chief Inspector of Probation Dame Glenys Stacey appeared on to discuss our report on CRCs' work re: domestic abuse. Interview starts at 01:20:00. . Read the full report
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Andrew_S_Hatton Sep 20
HMGov dodged round it in 2014 - why not do it again after all folk previously gave up leave etc - why would they not sell themselves out again?
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Police Inspectors 11h
Domestic violence victims at risk because private probation companies 'failing to monitor abusers', new report finds
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DeanRogers Sep 20
Grayling's TR General & Chief Engineer of finally walks. A decent man out of his depth captured by dogmas.
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Ian A Walker Sep 23
25 yrs ago I started my career with the service. Today I am interviewing prospective Probation Officers at Newbold Revel Prison Training College (!). I wonder what the successful candidates will be doing in 25 years time?
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Probation Service 4h
. Service Director, Vivian Geiran answers press questions, with Minister ⁦⁩ & A/Commissioner Pat Leahy, at National Conference of Joint Agency Response to Crime (JARC) this morning. ⁦
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Jim Brown 10h
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Hardeep Matharu 8h
Replying to @IlawrenceL
union NAPO's general secretary : "Women & children are paying the price for this untested social experiment & it has to stop now. How many more people have to be put at risk & victims let down before the Government admit their ideological policy has failed?"
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Ian Lawrence 6h
Napo Media release on todays latest and withering HMI Probation report into CRC’s ineffective anti-Domestic Violence strategies. More evidence that ‘Remarketing’ probation is another disaster waiting to happen now
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Hardeep Matharu 8h
Replying to @Hardeep_Matharu
Damning from the Chief Inspector of Probation, Dame Glenys Stacey: Government contracts have led to prioritising deadlines over safe practice + no "specific obligations on CRCs to tackle domestic abuse & no direct incentives for this work either"
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