London Probation Trust is a law enforcement agency that is part of the National Probation Service (NPS). It employs more than 3000 staff and at any one time supervises 45,000 offenders. London Probation Trust works with other justice agencies and public bodies to protect the public and reduce re-offending.
London Probation Trust staff work with offenders from their first court appearance to completion of their sentence. Staff implement court sentences through credible and effective community punishments including programmes designed to change offending behaviour.
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