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Probation officers working from home puts public at risk, watchdog says 


Probation officers working from home puts public at risk because staff shortages make it ‘impossible’ to guarantee safety, watchdog says

  • Chief Inspector of Probation criticised remote working for probation officers 
  • Justin Russell said inexperienced recruits are failing to learn from senior staff
  • He warned working from home policies are ‘eroding teamwork’ in the sector 

Remote working by probation officers is harming efforts to keep the public safe from criminals released from jail, a watchdog has found.

The Chief Inspector of Probation, Justin Russell, warned of the implications of working from home policies – and claimed it is ‘eroding teamwork’.

Mr Russell said the ability of inexperienced recruits to learn from senior staff was being…



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