Probation Services

Reducing Reoffending

We deliver rehabilitation services to offenders classed as low and medium risk on behalf of the Ministry of Justice through our local probation services.

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We deliver court requirements for community orders and suspended sentence orders through:

  • Accredited programmes, addressing issues such as domestic abuse and drink-driving
  • Rehabilitation activities, such as developing job search and social skills
  • Supporting treatment for mental health issues
  • Drug and alcohol treatment programmes
  • Unpaid work (known as Community Payback)
  • Weekend sessions at attendance centres, to provide structure and develop practical skills
  • Enforcement of prohibited activity and exclusion areas which may be stipulated by the court.

At our initial contact with service users, we assess their needs and, together with them, plan a programme of rehabilitation.

Routes to rehabilitation

Working collaboratively

5k community orders or licences completed each year
2k
community orders or licences completed each year
10k service users completing community orders or licences each year
50k
service users supported a year
11,500 drug, alcohol or decision making skills requirements delivered each year
11,500
drug, alcohol or decision making skills requirements delivered each year
375k hours of Community Payback
1.1m
hours of community payback each year
5k community orders or licences completed each year
5k
community orders or licences completed each year
10k service users completing community orders or licences each year
10k
service users
supported a year
11,500 drug, alcohol or decision making skills requirements delivered each year
11,500
drug, alcohol or decision making skills requirements delivered each year
375k hours of Community Payback
375k
hours of
community
payback each year

Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company has shown excellent delivery of Unpaid Work placements. [They have] a comprehensive range of programmes on offer and frankly outstanding leadership as well.

Robert Buckland QC MP,
Minister of Justice

Insights

Success in the 2019 HMPPS Wildlife Awards

As part of their sustainability and social impacts agenda, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) run their annual Wildlife Awards. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Ecology Network and HMPPS believe in the importance of involving staff and offenders in the protection of wildlife. Taki

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