He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 74 days credit for time served, 30 months probation
, and ordered to undergo alcohol treatment.
Director 1Alan Plumb said: "From my experience of working with probation
services and community rehabilitation companies over a number of years, it is quite unprecedented to put this number of staff through their VQ3 in such a short space of time.
staff were denied a 1% pay rise in 2014.
While on probation
, a probationer must report at least once a month to the probation
officer, must not commit any other offense and must not transfer residence without due notice to the probation
Rosado was not in contact with the victim in his case; to see how his part-time job was going; and to find out what steps he had taken to get himself settled into probation
is currently undergoing changes as part of the Government's Transforming Rehabilitation programme.
It appears that probation
department will submit a report to the judge, who will decide whether to revoke his probation
The politicisation of law and order since the late 1970s has been well documented and Canton traces the influence of a punitive strategy on probation
policy and practice through the emphasis placed on tough approaches to offending behaviour, such as finding 'credible alternatives to custody' and the 'proper punishment of offenders'.
In response, Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of probation
service union Napo said: "Napo warned in 2004 that Noms would be a bureaucratic nightmare.
Under current Massachusetts law, any state court with criminal jurisdiction has authority to place an individual on probation
A joint watchdog report found many probation
staff "did not appear to have the time" to work with sex offenders effectively.
An appeal has been made for new board members for the Wales Probation
Trust, set up on April 1.
We are doing an investigation currently,'' said Jeannette Aguirre, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Probation
In response to an invitation from the Association of Probation
Officers of Wielkopolska, the Polish Ministry of Justice and Adam Mickiewicz University at Poznan, the National Association of Probation
Executives selected a delegation of probation
and judicial professionals to participate in the International Probation
What Works in Probation
and Youth Justice: Developing Evidence-Based Practice, edited by Ros Burnett and Colin Roberts, Willan Publishing, 2004, 267 pp.