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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image caption About 15, offenders are given community payback sentences every year A private security company has won a four-year contract in London to supervise offenders on probation doing unpaid work in the community. It is the first time a major area of probation work has been out-sourced to the private sector.
The company, Serco, in a joint bid with the London Probation Trust, won the contract to run community payback schemes across the capital. About 15, offenders are sentenced to carry out community payback every year.
The government has proposed opening up more community sentence services to the private and voluntary sector as part of its review into probation.
But earlier this week, the chief inspector of probation for England and Wales, Liz Calderbank, warned about the dangers of contracting out probation services.
Writing in the inspectorate's annual report, Ms Calderbank said she had "concerns" the plans would make it harder to manage medium-risk offenders who commit most serious further offences. She said it would be "regrettable" if services became fragmented as a result of more providers being involved, as this would increase the potential for communication problems.
The Probation Association and the Probation Chiefs Association congratulated Serco and London Probation Trust on winning the contract but they stressed the need for "responsible competition" in the future.
They said expanding the approach would require care and should aim to include small and medium-sized enterprises.UNCLASSIFIED 3 London Probation Trust Response Executive Summary London Probation Trust (LPT) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Police and Crime Plan. At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems.
It is this focus which informs the services we provide and the decisions we make.
Demonstrating genuine leadership is more important to us than size or short term revenue growth. London Probation Trust.
April – Present (8 years 4 months) • Developing and maintaining effective business focussed working relationships and promoting best practice in HR • Dealing with complex casework such as disciplinary cases, grievances and harassment claims.
Including advising investigating officers during investigations and. "David is a creative management accountant with good business planning and business strategy skills. His work on producing the successful Wales Probation Trust business plan was instrumental in Wales gaining Trust status.".
Strategic Plan for y/e 31 March to This document has been completed by (and Monitor queries to be directed to): The attached Strategic Plan is intended to reflect the Trust’s business plan over the next five years.
CBT – Departmental Summary Business Plan City Bridge Trust: Summary Business Plan Vision: A fairer London Strategic Aims: To be a strategic and collaborative funder To maximise the impact of the funding available from the underlying charity Bridge House Estates.