Find out what’s in the new framework published for Probation Services and Young Adults. Which sets out the requirements for Probation Practitioners when working with young adults aged between 18 and 25 years old.
In his third and final assessment of England’s fire and rescue services before leaving his post in March 2022, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Fire and Rescue Services, Sir Thomas Winsor recognises the vitally important work of fire and rescue services.
Youth offending teams have a huge responsibility but very little time. By meeting the latest data transfer requirements for the Youth Justice Board, our Pathways software makes every second count. But that’s not all it can do; it was designed by former officers who know that better outcomes matter most.
In the second of a series of posts around digital technology and its impact on forensic science, we’re going to explore the world of mobile technology, how criminals are using it and how the police and forensic scientists are using mobile devices to catch and prosecute criminals.