Working in partnership
Northumbria Probation Trust is committed to working in partnership with
a range of organisations in the voluntary, public and private sectors.
Our work with offenders is supported through a number of partnerships,
both funded and non funded. This provides additional specialised
expertise with which to address certain aspects of an offenders sentence
and rehabilitation needs.
Partnerships include education, training and employment providers, housing providers and drug and alcohol treatment providers.
A list of our current funded partnerships can be found here.
Information on our many non funded partnership arrangements across Northumbria can be made available on request.
Northumbria Probation Trust also sits on various partnership boards,
working together towards shared goals to improve criminal justice and
cut crime in Northumbria.
Multi agency public protection arrangements ( MAPPA)
is the process through which the police, probation and prison services
work together with other agencies to manage violent and sexual offenders
and protect the public from harm.
Northumbria Criminal Justice Board
Northumbria Criminal Justice Board works to improve the criminal justice system in Northumbria and brings together Northumbria Probation Trust and the following organisations:
Community safety partnerships
Community Safety Partnerships are statutory bodies based in each local
authority area, working to reduce crime, the fear of crime and anti