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Reducing reoffending and changing lives
The London Community Rehabilitation Company works with offenders to help them lead responsible and law abiding lives.
Our over-riding aim is to reduce reoffending and protect the public.
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Colleagues around a deskWant to make a positive difference in London?

We are the largest of the 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies across England and Wales.  Our aim is to recruit and develop talented people to carry out our plan to reduce reoffending and make London safer.

 

Working with us:

If you are looking for a career with us, you will find all you need to know here.  You can see the latest vacancies, read staff profiles, look at a day in the life of a Probation Officer, and apply online.

 

Whether you work at HQ or on the frontline directly with offenders, by working with us you will be playing an important part in changing lives for a safer London.

 

If you have unique experiences, skills and passions, you can bring them here for a rewarding career that will surprise you with its breadth and potential.  The satisfaction of what you can achieve will go towards making a difference in protecting the people of London.

 

We offer a wide variety of challenging roles, with opportunities for progression.  We don’t just want people to fit into a  job role; we’re looking for people who share our values.

View all vacancies available and apply online

 

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Related Information

 

Robert - an offender case studyOffender Case Study – Robert’s Story

“I’m trying to change my life.  In six months time I want to be in a better flat and be working.”

Peer pressure from his mates got Robert into a pattern of shoplifting and street crime, funding possessions that he couldn’t possibly ask his mum for.  When he started taking drugs his offending behaviour escalated.

With the support of his probation service officer and gaining a sense of purpose through Community Payback and volunteering he began to break the revolving pattern of custody and reoffending.  Read Robert’s full story.