The Probation Institute has begun the development of a voluntary practice register, with the aim of starting implementation from April 2015. This is a key component of the services to be offered by the Institute.  The professional register, by setting out levels of experience and seniority, relevant competencies and behaviours, and the evidence expected from registrants that demonstrate these, will help to maintain professional standards in probation.  Furthermore, it will support the ...

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  We publish today, Monday, 15 September 2014, the Probation Institute’s Code of Ethics. This is a statement that reflects our core values and ethical principles and serves to underpin the probation profession, helping to guide and support the work of our members. Download our Code of Ethics here. Code of Ethics: Q&A Savas Hadjipavlou, Interim Chief Executive said “This publication marks an important step in the development of the Probation Institute. Membership of the ...

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INVITATION TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR PRESENTATIONS ON MULTI-DISCIPLINARY OR CROSS SECTORAL PROJECTS The Probation Institute, as part of its rolling programme of events for those who work in the probation sector and more generally in community justice, is planning to host a ‘Centre of Excellence’ Conference, providing a forum to discuss how effective practice can be identified, shared and spread. We want to identify innovative projects that explore particular aspects of the organisation and ...

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