Belfast City Council has joined with the Probation Board for Northern Ireland to offer a new service for the removal of non-contentious graffiti across the city. The new service will see young offenders undertaking community service orders employed to remove the graffiti. To learn more about this new service please click here. Below you can … Continue reading Graffiti Removal Service at Writers Square, Belfast
On Thursday 30 March 2017, a Probation Works seminar was held at Malone House, Belfast, where a range of speakers reflected on the role of probation in delivering a problem solving approach to justice and the opportunities to work in collaboration in the future. Check out some of our 360 degree photographs from the event.
Belfast City Council has joined with the Probation Board for Northern Ireland to offer a new service for the removal of non-contentious graffiti across the city. The new service will see young offenders undertaking community service orders employed to remove non-contentious graffiti from walls, buildings or wherever else it may appear. Cheryl Lamont, Chief Executive … Continue reading Probation launches Graffiti Removal Service with Belfast City Council
To mark International Day for Women 2017, Probation staff working within the INSPIRE project will also be hosting an event for women in the community to hear and learn more about the programme “Journey’s with Conviction”.
PBNI Chief Executive Cheryl Lamont features in the Social Work Strategy message of the week, emphasising the aspects of Social Work in Probation.
The Probation Board for Northern Ireland has appointed a new Chief Executive. Cheryl Lamont has now been appointed as Chief Executive and will be the operational lead for the organisation and will manage the delivery of all probation services to communities throughout Northern Ireland. PHOTO CAPTION: Justice Minister Claire Sugden (left) congratulates Cheryl Lamont (right) … Continue reading New Chief Executive for PBNI
The Annual Cross-Border Public Protection Seminar held in Dublin today, Wednesday 23rd November 2016 heard from representatives from the probation services, police services and prison services north and south about projects they are developing to enhance public protection.
Area Manager for the Probation Board for Northern Ireland Jean O’Neill today received the lifetime achievement award at the annual social work conference in Armagh.
Offenders in Northern Ireland are getting the chance to turn their lives around through the development of a new programme by the Irish FA and agencies involved in the Reducing Offending in Partnership (ROP).
PBNI staff receiving the @OnusNI Workplace Charter Gold Award on domestic violence, with Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr pic.twitter.com/UekKdRPOMy — PBNI (@PBNINews) October 31, 2016