Management Executive Team
Ms Cheryl Lamont – Chief Executive
Cheryl is the Chief Executive and Accounting Officer for PBNI. She is responsible for the leadership, strategic direction and management of PBNI; the organisation’s operational and financial performance and the quality of its external relationships. Cheryl is the Probation Board’s principal adviser on policy and practice on the management of offenders and the main representative of PBNI in all its external dealings. She is responsible to the Probation Board and to the sponsoring Department (Department of Justice) for all aspects of PBNI’s activities including expenditure.
Mr Paul Doran – Director of Rehabilitation
Paul is the Director of Rehabilitation. Paul line manages the Assistant Director for Prisons, the Head of Psychology and Interventions, the Head of Communications and the Deputy Principal for Statistics & Research. He leads on the areas of Rehabilitation, Programme for Government, North/South Co-operation, Business Planning and Research. He is the organisation’s Senior Information Asset Owner and Chair of the Reducing Offending in Partnership Steering Group.
Mr Hugh Hamill – Director of Operations
Hugh is the Director of Operations. He line manages the Assistant Directors for Risk, Rural and Urban and the Head of Information Technology. From a strategic point of view, he leads on the areas of Courts, the proposed new Case Management System, Practice Standards and Risk Management. Externally, he leads on the Strategic Management Board for Public Protection Arrangements NI (PPANI).
Mrs Gillian Robinson – Head of Human Resources
Gillian is the Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development. Gillian leads on the areas of core Human Resources function, Change Management, Culture, Learning & Development, Health & Safety, Equality, Social Enterprise and Staff Health & Well-being.
Mrs Catherine Teggart – Head of Finance
Catherine Teggart is the Head of Finance and Estates. Catherine leads on financial management, financial governance, procurement, payroll, estates, facilities, community grants, economic appraisals and audit inspection and review.
Ms Liz Arthur – Assistant Director – Rural
Liz is the Assistant Director with responsibility for the Rural teams. Her responsibilities also include Policing & Community Safety Partnerships, Young Offenders, North-South Co-Operation and PBNI’s Business Support Managers.
Mr Stephen Hamilton – Assistant Director – Urban
Stephen is the Assistant Director with responsibility for the Urban Teams. His responsibilities also include Courts, Reducing Offending in Partnership and Community Service.
Mrs Gail McGreevy – Head of Communications
Gail is the Head of Communications. Her responsibilities also include Internal/External Communications, Records Management, Complaints and Data Protection/Freedom of Information.
Ms Eithne McIlroy – Assistant Director – Prisons
Eithne is the Assistant Director with responsibility for PBNI’s prison based teams. Her responsibilities also include Life Sentence Prisoners and Licences, Women Offenders, Employment and the Community & Voluntary Sector.
Ms Gillian Montgomery (Acting) Assistant Director – Practice Standards
Gillian is the (Acting) Assistant Director with responsibility for Practice Standards. She has senior management responsibility for the Victims Team. Her responsibilities also include operational lead for Restorative Justice and Service Users’ Forum.
Ms Roisin Muldoon – Assistant Director – Risk
Roisin is the Assistant Director with responsibility for Risk. She has senior management responsibility for the Intensive Supervision Teams and the Public Protection Team. Her responsibilities also include operational lead for PBNI’s work within PPANI, Significant Risk of Serious Harm Policy, Child Protection and Approved Premises.
Dr Geraldine O’Hare – Head of Psychology Services and Interventions
Geraldine O’Hare is the Head of Psychology Services and Interventions. Her policy lead responsibilities also include Programmes delivery and PBNI’s strategic response to issues of Domestic Violence, Mental Health and Drugs & Alcohol Misuse.