Press Releases 2011
Press Releases from the Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust.
Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust has become the first probation service in the country to retain the maximum five-star status from a leading business excellence assessor.
A community association has thanked offenders on probation for the role they have played in safeguarding the future of a vital local facility.
Two success stories have highlighted the positive work Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) does with local charities through its Community Payback scheme.
Nick Smart has been appointed Acting Chief Executive of Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust following the departure of Sonia Crozier.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) has launched a profile on microblogging site Twitter with the aim of better engaging with the public and partners.
Offenders in Eastbourne cleared eyesore alleyways in the town centre as part of Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust's Community Payback scheme.
Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust today publishes its Annual Audit Letter, which summarises the findings of its official 2010/11 audit.
The partnership of organisations which manage sexual and dangerous offenders in Surrey and Sussex publish their annual reports today.
Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) swept the Board at the national Probation Awards on Wednesday (September 14), scooping three gongs.
An innovative multi-agency crimefighting approach has cut offending by the most prolific criminals in West Sussex by 43 per cent.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) has won a prestigious national award for its work with drug and alcohol-addicted offenders.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust has been made aware that people have been knocking on doors in the Horley area claiming to be selling household items as part of their probation supervision
The Ministry of Justice has yesterday published its competition strategy for offender management services.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award for its work with drug and alcohol-addicted offenders in Surrey.
An innovative project is providing drug and alcohol addicted offenders with computer and work skills qualifications with the aim of steering them away from a life of crime.
On Friday June 24 2011, we will be moving our Head Office from our current site at Dyke Road, Hove.
Offenders have completed the decoration of St George's Chuch Hall is Whyke, Chichester, after almost a year of work.
A community centre has been given a new lease of life by offenders on probation.
MPs from the cross-party Justice Select Committee will quiz SSPT representatives in Brighton on Tuesday (May 24) as part of their ongoing inquiry into the role of the probation service.
A probation office from which some 650 offenders are managed has been officially reopened following a revamp.
Chichester MP Andrew Tyrie officially opened a refurbished probation office in the town on Friday May 6.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust (SSPT) has paved the way for an innovative new way of working announced by the Ministry of Justice.
Offenders worked 330,000 hours on Community Payback projects last year, worth £2million in free labour to communities in Surrey and Sussex.