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Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust is a criminal justice agency which manages some 8,000 offenders in the community and in prisons. Find out more about how we work with offenders, courts and victims.
Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust was formed on 1 April 2010 following a merger between Surrey Probation Area and Sussex Probation Area.
We are contracted to provide offender management services in Surrey and Sussex as part of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) by the Secretary of State.
We work closely with partners in the criminal justice system to protect the public and reduce reoffending. Other key partners include the police, Her Majesty's Courts Service, Crown Prosecution Service, Criminal Justice Boards, Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships, Her Majesty's Prison Service, local authorities, healthcare providers, employment and education agencies, the voluntary and private sectors, victims and communities.
We employ around 670 staff in Surrey and Sussex working in seven prisons, two approved premises, magistrates' courts and crown courts and our 12 main office locations. Other staff work in supporting roles such as training, research, IT, administration, finance and human resources.
In this section of the website you can find out more about Surrey and Sussex Probation trust, discover how we're organised, view our policies and procedures and other published documents such as annual reports and business plans.
Find out how to complain and read our complaints policy
Most of our information is freely available on our website. Read our freedom of information policy and find out the variety of information available from us.
Find out how we are organised, how we have divided the area we serve into units and how we manage our case load.
We aim to inspire public confidence through our ability to rebuild lives and communities by cutting crime.
The board oversees the work of Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust. Find out more about our role and read board meeting minutes, agendas and standing orders.
Find out who manages the Surrey and Sussex Probation trust, what they do and their areas of responsibility.
Read the latest annual reports, business plans and policy documents.