Hertfordshire Probation Trust will cease operations on 31 May 2014, as part of the Government's Transforming Rehabilitation reforms. All staff will transfer to the National Probation Service (South East Division) or BeNCH Community Rehabiliation Company
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This website will remain in place for a limited time only.
Hertfordshire Probation Trust is one of 35 probation trusts in England and Wales, all working hard to protect the public and reduce re-offending in conjunction with our partners in the public, voluntary and the private sector.
On this site you can find out more about how we work with offenders, Courts and victims, read up on our plans, policies and strategies, and find out more about working for Hertfordshire Probation Trust. For latest news together with media contact details and our news release archive please visit our Media Centre
What we do
- Advise courts on sentencing
- Manage community sentences
- Work with offenders in prison
- Monitor and support post-release
- Work with victims
- Protect the public
- Reduce re-offending
- Punish offenders
- Rehabilitate offenders
- Ensure victims feel justice has been done
Community Payback - Nominate a project
Each year offenders sentenced to Community Payback carry out more than 100,000 hours of unpaid work for the benefit of the community in Hertfordshire. We want to hear your ideas for projects, Read more....
Justice Seen - Justice Done
Find out the truth about reoffending - including statistics for your area. Visit the the Ministry of Justice microsite, Making Sense of Criminal Justice
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Diversity matters at Hertfordshire Probation
Hertfordshire Probation aims to treat all people fairly, respecting and upholding human rights and equality. Find out more about our work in this important area