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Unlocking Potential – July 2020

COVID-19 Update

What have we been up to during Covid-19?

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Read a summary of what we’ve been doing during Covid-19, from helping victims of domestic abuse to running a new support line to offer additional support to people we work with who are affected adversely by the current environment.

Read the full summary here


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Update from Chief Executive

Responding to a changing world for probation services

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So much has changed in the last couple of months for our service. Hear from our Chief Executive Suki Binning on how we are adapting to changes such as Covid-19 and probation renationalisation next year.

Read the latest update from our Chief Executive
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Our plans to restart probation services

With lockdown easing, what’s changing for our probation services?

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What plans do we have to restart services, and how can you help us find work we can safely do for people completing their unpaid work in the community.

Discover our latest plans and how you can help us
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Virtual training to support probation staff

Domestic abuse: Recognising the role of training to equip probation staff

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How is virtual training helping people who are working directly with perpetrators and victims of domestic abuse to work in a virtual world following lockdown changes?

Read more about the impact here
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How will KSSCRC fight COVID-19 joblessness

TV panel: How KSS CRC will fight Covid-19 joblessness

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How is Covid-19 going to affect the people we work with as joblessness gets worse, and how are we responding?

Watch the full discussion here
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Probation renationalisation

Local MPs respond to probation renationalisation

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Read about the reaction of our local MPs to the recent Ministry of Justice announcement about probation renationalisation.

Read their full reaction here
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Case study: Domestic abuse

Domestic abuse programme helps Jamie make changes for the better

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Hear from a participant of our domestic abuse programme about how it has helped him to address his behaviour.

Discover our latest case study
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Employee council updates

Employee-ownership: Justice reps join employee council

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Employee representatives take up their seats on our first directly elected employee council as part of the move to majority employee-ownership.

Read more about this change here
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