Work with offenders is a leading news, information and job site for the offender supervision and offender rehabilitation community. Our editorial team updates the news section with fresh, original and innovative news articles, features and comment on this important work community. The site is visited by every practitioner type which makes up the community from prison staff, rehabilitation health care professionals, probation professionals and the CJS business managers. Find out more...
- Custody chaos worsens in wake of remand court closures
- Getting resettlement right
- Control of custody suites heading back into force hands
- Why Rory Stewart is the most popular prisons minister in years
- Mentally-ill detainees in custody for too long not police's fault, says HMIC
- CPS warned: Use full powers of new laws to protect emergency workers
- Homeless on release from prison
- Officers must stop accepting vile and disgusting attacks' as part of the job
- Prime minister should apologise for 'rank incompetence' over police pensions
- Murder rate rises for fourth year running
- Austerity measures could see duty lawyers disappear within years
- Growing concern over rise in prison and probation suicides
- Prisons go digital
- Another bad week for the prison service
- Phil Gormley confirmed as new HMI
- Big rise in number of prisoners sleeping rough on release
- The politics of justice
- Prison and police partnership offers increased opportunity to manage crimes effectively in future, PCC told
- Enough is enough
- Chief: Service keeps failing to learn the lessons of history
- Prison officers injured following disorder
- An inspector calls
- What next for probation?
- Police Oracle deputy editor wins journalism award
- What is in the new victims' strategy?
- Union calls for prison staff to protest over Bedford violence
New restorative action plan released
Ensuring all victims have equal access to restorative justice is highlighted as a key aim.
Work with Offenders is the job site for the offender rehabilitation and supervision work community. The job site has a registered audience of over 20,000 professionals and receives a little over 10,000 unique visits per month.
Our audience is made up of probation & prison service professionals and rehabilitation & intervention professionals such as substance misuse, educational and employment professionals.
The common denominator to our audience is they all work with offenders to deliver better outcomes for both the individual and society.
The Offender Rehabilitation & Supervision work community offers a range of career paths and employer choices.
Every mature society debates the merits of punishment versus rehabilitation and supervision versus intervention.
The reality is there is a matrix of organizations doing their best to make positive impacts in the lives of offenders to steer them away from repeat offending.
To be kept informed about the full range of work opportunities from this diverse work community register today.