Offenders working in the community as part of their sentence, under the supervision of the Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust, are improving the environment in East Sussex.
The latest Quality Streets event will take place in Vale Road, Seaford on Tuesday 2 November.
The partnership of organisations which manage sexual and dangerous offenders in Surrey and Sussex have published their annual reports today.
Offenders on Community Payback are helping to give a car park a new lease of life - complete with a Doctor who-style police "Tardis."
A rubbish strewn alley near Eastbourne station is now spick and span thanks to the Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust.
A Government minister met offenders carrying out Community Payback on a visit to Brighton on Wednesday 4 August.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust was represented at Pride - Brighton and Hove's annual festival promoting equality and diversity and efforts to eliminate discrimination against the lesbian, gay and transgender community - this weekend.
Battle Memorial Hall has been transformed by Community Payback offenders.
Probation services in Surrey and Sussex are “well-placed to face the demands of the future,” HM Inspectorate of Probation has found.
Offenders supervised by Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust are repainting Brighton's seafront railings for the busy tourist season.
Welcome to the new website for Surrey and Sussex Probation trust.
Sussex Probation Area is merging with Surrey Probation Area to form Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust from 1 April 2010.
A probation officer is celebrating after receiving two major honours in the space of a fortnight. Margaret Fairbrother, senior probation officer at Crawley, was awarded the MBE in the Queen's New Year's honours list for her services to the administration of justice in the area.
A children's park in Hastings has been given a makeover treatment by offenders on Community Payback. The Braybrooke Pocket Park, in Hughenden Road, was established and is operated by local community group Better Braybrooke, supported with grants from Hastings Borough Council.