Press Releases 2012
Press Releases from the Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust.
Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements continue to be effective in managing dangerous offenders
The partnership of organisations who manage sexual and violent offenders in Surrey and Sussex publish their annual reports today.
Visiting prisons in a bid to keep offenders on the straight and narrow is part of the day job for probation and police officers. But Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust chief executive Nick Smart and PC Graham Thurley had a more musical reason to meet prisoners at HMP Lewes last week.
A new football project has been launched in Hastings to motivate offenders to take responsibility for their actions and stop them from committing crime.
Managing offenders who live in West Sussex has taken a further step forward today as probation staff will now be working alongside police in Crawley.
The following article, written by Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust Chief Executive Nick Smart, was published in The Argus newspaper on Thursday 2 August, 2012.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust today issues the following response to media articles concerning Charlie Gilmour:
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) today publishes its response to Government proposals on the future of community sentencing and probation services.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust today publishes its business plan for 2012/13.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust has been made aware that people have been knocking on doors claiming to be selling household items as part of their probation supervision
Offenders worked 316,000 hours on Community Payback projects last year, worth nearly £2million in free labour to communities in Surrey and Sussex.
Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) is helping The Friends of Shoreham Fort renovate the last remaining Napoleonic-era fort in the country.