4 edition of Probation service in England and the Netherlands found in the catalog.
Probation service in England and the Netherlands
by [North East London Polytechnic, Faculty of Human Sciences] in [London]
Written in English
|Statement||editors C. Thelma Wilson, John E. T. Harper, Peter Willis.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Catherine Thelma., Harper, John E. T., Willis, Peter.|
|LC Classifications||HV9346 .P76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||75328855|
The National Probation Service for England and Wales is a statutory criminal justice service, mainly responsible for the supervision of offenders in the community and the provision of reports to the criminal courts to assist them in their sentencing duties. The paper addresses the implications for the future of a public probation service in England and Wales after the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) ceased to exist in April and Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service was by: 2.
From thereon, the Probation Service underwent many changes until finally in The Criminal Justice and Court Services Act renamed the probation service as the National Probation Service for England and Wales, replacing 54 probation committees with 42 local probation boards and establishing % Home Office funding for the probation service. Probation data. Since June , the probation service of England and Wales has been operated by the public-sector National Probation Service (NPS), which manages the most high risk offenders across seven divisions; and 21 private-sector Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs), that manage medium and low risk offenders.
The Probation Service protects the public and create safer communities by helping offenders to desist from committing more crime. We have a strong record of reducing re-offending, managing offenders safely in the community, reintegrating prisoners after release and of providing an effective, efficient and value for money service. Le Chéile ('together'). Le Chéile is a nationwide project, working in partnership with the Young Persons’ Probation - division of the Probation Service, providing mentoring for young people in trouble with the law.. Le Chéile recruits, trains and supports volunteers from the community to act as mentors to young people who are under the supervision of the Probation Service.
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Get this from a library. Probation service in England and the Netherlands: some views of an interchange course for probation officers from the south east of England and the Netherlands in [Catherine Thelma Wilson; John E T Harper; Peter Willis;].
The great contribution of the probation service has been to the humanisation of justice. (Joan King 15) The Probation Service’s history and traditions are in stark contrast to the present political approach to offenders, with its emphasis on a punitive criminal justice by: This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the work of the probation service.
It brings together themes of policy, theory and practice to help students and practitioners to better understand the work of probation, its Cited by: About this book This book is a collection of essays by a unique group of authors about the political destruction of the probation service in England and Wales.
All of them are probation officers turned academics, with a collective scholarly output that is both prodigious and distinguished. This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the work of the probation service.
It brings together themes of policy, theory and practice to help students and practitioners to better understand the work of probation, its /5(3). The Netherlands. 1) Judgements and, where applicable, Probation service in England and the Netherlands book decisions entering into the scope of this Framework Decision (Article 2) a) Member States are asked to describe the judgments and, where applicable, probation decisions, as defined in Article 2, which have to be recognised by a Member State.
The extent of Chris Grayling’s botched privatisation of the probation service is exposed by research which brands it an “unmitigated disaster” that left the public at greater risk from ex Author: Jamie Doward. What is the probation period under employment law in the Netherlands.
A probation period is the initial trial run that many employees must complete when they are first hired. An employer generally uses them to observe and evaluate the performance and conduct of new employees. The National Probation Service is a statutory criminal justice service that supervises high-risk offenders released into the community.
NPS works with the Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service. Book Description. Redemption, Rehabilitation and Risk Management provides the most accessible and up-to-date account of the origins and development of the Probation Service in England and Wales.
The book explores and explains the changes that have taken place in the service, the pressures and tensions that have shaped change, and the role played by government, research, NAPO, and key.
Probation means you’re serving your sentence but you’re not in prison. You could be put on probation because: you’re serving a community sentence. you have been released from prison on. It takes full account of the many changes that the Probation Service has undergone over the last few years, and is currently undergoing as probation becomes part of the broader National Offender Management Service.
Contributors to the book are drawn from leading academics and practitioners in the field, drawing upon the best expertise available/5(3). Book Description. This Handbook provides a comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date source of information and analysis about all aspects of the work of the Probation Service.
It takes full account of the many changes that the Probation Service has undergone over the last few years, and is currently undergoing as probation becomes part of the broader National Offender Management Service.
The Criminal Justice and Court Services Act renames the probation service as the National Probation Service for England and Wales, replacing 54 probation committees with 42 local probation Author: Guardian Staff.
About Rehabilitation and Probation in England and Wales, Rehabilitation and Probation in England and Wales, draws on a wide range of archive material to describe the arrival of a modern probation ng on the first half of the twentieth century, it describes the debates, conflicts and compromises that resulted in the creation of a state sponsored, centrally.
Research on probation has been developed most strongly in the UK and other common law jurisdictions, so particular care was taken to see if there was relevant mainland European empirical work, especially in the Republic of Ireland, France and the Netherlands, where it.
National Probation Service. A new choreography: An integrated strategy for the National Probation Service for England and Wales: Strategic framework – London: Home Office. Google ScholarCited by: 1. European probation service systems: a comparative overview / Anton M.
van Kalmthout, Ioan Durnescu --Austria / Christoph Koss --Belgium / Colette Lauwers --Bulgaria / Dimitar Rusinov, Valentina Karaganova, Marina Manolcheva --Catalonia / Jaume Martín Barberan --Croatia / Sasa Raji̇c, Vesna Babic --The Czech Republic / Lenka Ourednickova.
The Probation Service Changed Since Criminology Essay. How has the main purpose of the Probation Service changed since. The probation service was founded by the Probation of Offenders act inand England and Wales could celebrate a whole century with the probation service. How does the probation service work?
The National Probation Service for England and Wales is a statutory Criminal Justice Service, mainly responsible for the supervision of offenders in the community and the provision of reports to the criminal courts to assist them in their sentencing duties.The focus of this study is the attitudes, values, beliefs and practices of probation officers (POs), probation service officers (PSOs) and trainee probation officers (TPOs) and how they believe the National Probation Service (NPS) should operate.
These phenomena are examined in the light of. At the end of September,offenders were on probation in England and Wales, either preparing to leave jail having just been released, or serving community or suspended sentences.