Newsletter 30 January 2014

Dear PCA member

Welcome to the first newsletter of 2014. January has been a very busy month for the Office, planning the PCA Conference – full report below – continuing to respond to requests for comments on the Transforming rehabilitation reforms and planning the development of the Probation Institute.  So this edition, albeit somewhat later coming out than usual, provides an opportunity to let you know about all these developments and more.

 

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Savas Hadjipavlou

PCA Chief Executive

Newsletter 30 July 2013

Dear PCA member

Please see below a packed summer edition of the PCA Newsletter.

Work here at PCA continues unabated. We continue to represent the probation professional standpoint, ensuring that the expertise of probation practitioners continues to feed in to the design of new Transforming Rehabilitation processes. There have been a number of workshops over the past month attended by volunteers from trusts. We hope to be able to feed back from these events in forthcoming newsletters.

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Savas Hadjipavlou
PCA Chief Executive

Newsletter 10 July 2013

Dear PCA member

In this edition, along with the usual update on the probation reforms, we bring you news of the continuing good work being done by front line probation staff, the winners and finalists of the Probation Awards 2013.

Please note also the opportunity to help shape PCA policy, with a vacancy for the portfolio lead on Electronic Monitoring and Curfews.

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Savas Hadjipavlou
PCA Business Director