Beccy Harris has won a Butler Trust certificate in recognition of her project management work for probation.
The business and project manager works for the Merseyside and Cheshire & Greater Manchester Community Rehabilitation Companies and has completed a range of key initiatives to support the business.
The Butler Trust is an annual award scheme that recognises, celebrates, develops and shares outstanding work and best practice across UK prisons, probation and youth justice services. The Trust’s patron is Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal and the charity receives more than 350 nominations each year. A total of 50 certificates are given to the best nominations, with a dozen winners invited to meet Princess Anne at a ceremony hosted at Buckingham Palace.
Beccy has led on projects including rationalising Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company’s (M CRC) estates strategy – which included four major office moves – and organising M CRC’s response to its first Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation assessment. She also was tasked with rolling out Enabling Our Futures, an initiative aimed at improving service delivery.
Beccy said: “I am thrilled to get the certificate but it’s a reflection of a fantastic team effort from my colleagues including Pan Kendall and Sharon Reddy.
“I also want to thank the fantastic leadership shown by John Quick and Chris Edwards, both gave me incredible support to take on high-level tasks and they have brought out the best in me.”