Probation officers don’t only work in the community – they also play a key role in courts and prisons. Adam tells us how his Professional Qualification in Probation (PQiP) training led to him working at HMP Lincoln, and what his …
Probation gave Alison the support she needed to break the cycle of reoffending. She now works in the Probation Service, helping offenders turn their life around. Read her inspiring, personal story.
How are neurodivergent offenders supported through the criminal justice system? Probation officer Laura explains.
Gavin Rowe, Equalities Officer spoke to us about beginning his career in the Prison Service as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, his experiences within his role and his aspirations for the future. I would never say that I have …
Harvey Clarke, a probation officer based in Coventry, spoke to us about his experience on the probation officer trainee programme (PQiP), the best bits of his role and what it’s been like working during the pandemic. What was your route …
Anyone who is employed to become a prison officer in England will soon work towards a Level 3 Custody and Detention Apprenticeship qualification to develop specialist skills that will assist them in their role.
Residential Worker Cynthia shares what it’s like to work in an Approved Premises, helping offenders make changes in their behaviour and transition back into the community.
From 23 November 2020, we’re launching a new virtual format of our Assessment and Recruitment Centre (ARC). Find out more about the change in this blog post.
Jenny talks about the skills she’s learning as a new Probation Officer during the coronavirus pandemic.
Youth Justice Worker Alex, from Feltham Young Offender Institution, shares how he and his team are supporting those in their care during the coronavirus pandemic.