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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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Vision, Mission and Values

Vision

We will inspire public confidence in probation by reducing reoffending in London.

Our staff will be proud to work for London Community Rehabilitation Company and London will be a safer place because of the work we do.

Mission

Reducing reoffending and changing lives

We work with offenders to help them lead responsible and law abiding lives.  Our over-riding aim is to reduce reoffending and protect the public.

We achieve this by:

  • Assessing offenders and making skilled judgements about how to reduce the risk they pose
  • Influencing positive changes in offenders’ behaviour
  • Working with other agencies to protect the public.

 

Values

We have five core values which are at the heart of our responsibility to create a safer London.

Engaging with Communities – working together to improve public safety

Listening – seeking and responding to public and user feedback makes our work more effective

People – our staff are our greatest resource in our drive to achieve excellence

Change – we believe in the capacity of offenders to change

Diversity – recognising and celebrating the richness of difference.

Related Information

 

Meet Kevon an offender case studyOffender Case Study – Kevon’s Story

“His success reminds me remember why my role is so vital.”

“I’ve learnt from my past mistakes and would like to be a mentor and give back to the community, helping other young men much like my former self.”

Kevon was a troubled youth who hung out with a group of boys from his neighbourhood smoking cannabis and getting high.  Aged 18, he was arrested for burglary and received a three year custodial sentence.  With his commitment to change and support from his probation officer he has proved that he deserved a second chance.  Read Kevon’s full story.