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The Justice Committee launches an inquiry into the Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation Programme. The inquiry will focus on how current Government measures are effectively addressing the challenges facing the probation services and what more needs to be done in the short-term to improve the probation system.
Evidence given by Trevor Shortt, Director of Operations (Community), and Ed Roberts, Finance Director, Sodexo CRC Business, Sodexo, John Baumback, Managing Director, Seetec, and Suki Binning, Chief Executive Officer, Kent, Surrey and Sussex CRC; Sonia Crozier, Probation and Executive Director, Probation and Women, Kilvinder Vigurs, Probation Divisional Director London, Lynda Marginson, Probation Divisional Director North East, and Ian Barrow, Probation Divisional Director Wales, National Probation Service (at 10.45am).
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Justice Committee examines what could be done to improve the probation system