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The Satisfactions of Being a Senior Probation Officer

The Satisfactions of Being a Senior Probation Officer be on the order of transformation may verge present stereotyped probation into a different and much more flexible creature. The readiness with very very which the has taken on new and the crosa~fertilisation service commitments, which has that officers will welcome the to create resulted, suggests opportunity and mould new forms of sentence. Such a which would have the development. into the twin effect of the offenders more community bringing fully possibly some form of service and extended through community (hopefully) through intermediate residential the would indeed reducing provision prison population, the service &dquo;at the heart of the Government’s There are place penal policy&dquo;. for the service to fashion this new role for but the itself, many opportunities is lesson of the last five that we must ourselves take the paramount years initiative in this r61e and demonstrate our readiness to move on pioneering to this new challenge. THE SATISFACTIONS OF BEING SENIOR PROBATION OFFICER M. Miss M. Thornborough Probation Inner London Senior Officer, IN His article in the last issue Malcolm Brown, the outlining changes facing a o(licer in his new role as a writes that after senior, probation taking up his satisfaction in casework and court work http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Probation SAGE

The Satisfactions of Being a Senior Probation Officer

Probation , Volume 16 (1): 2 – Mar 1, 1970

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0048-539X
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10.1177/026455057001600105
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Abstract

be on the order of transformation may verge present stereotyped probation into a different and much more flexible creature. The readiness with very very which the has taken on new and the crosa~fertilisation service commitments, which has that officers will welcome the to create resulted, suggests opportunity and mould new forms of sentence. Such a which would have the development. into the twin effect of the offenders more community bringing fully possibly some form of service and extended through community (hopefully) through intermediate residential the would indeed reducing provision prison population, the service &dquo;at the heart of the Government’s There are place penal policy&dquo;. for the service to fashion this new role for but the itself, many opportunities is lesson of the last five that we must ourselves take the paramount years initiative in this r61e and demonstrate our readiness to move on pioneering to this new challenge. THE SATISFACTIONS OF BEING SENIOR PROBATION OFFICER M. Miss M. Thornborough Probation Inner London Senior Officer, IN His article in the last issue Malcolm Brown, the outlining changes facing a o(licer in his new role as a writes that after senior, probation taking up his satisfaction in casework and court work

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ProbationSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1970

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