COVID-19 Update for our service users

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The safety of you and your family is extremely important to us and we have been working to ensure we do everything we can to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We have worked made some adaptations to our offices to ensure that they adhere to COVID-19 government guidelines. Before you attend one of our offices,…

Protecting women from domestic abuse

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Probation services across the region are taking action to protect women from domestic abuse during COVID-19. The Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) and Cheshire & Greater Manchester CRC have implemented a range of measures to prevent women from becoming victims and to look at new ways to deliver services following restrictions imposed by the pandemic.…

User Voice update

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User Voice is a national charity run by service users.  We all have personal experience of crime and the problems associated with it. We share your unique insight into what does work and what needs challenging in the criminal justice system to change our lifestyles and stop offending. We understand the barriers that people with…

Protecting women from domestic abuse

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The Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company has implemented a range of measures to help protect women from domestic abuse during the COVID-19 lockdown. Services across the United Kingdom have reported a rise in domestic abuse. The National Domestic Abuse Hotline has reported an increase in demand and the medical journal The Lancet has also references an…

Probation vans transporting food to the vulnerable during COVID-19

Probation vans transporting food to the vulnerable during COVID-19 image

The Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company has mobilised more than a dozen people and seven vans across the region to support the elderly and people self-isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic by transporting food and essential goods. Interserve runs five Community Rehabilitation Companies that provide rehabilitative services to low and medium risk offenders across England, supervising 25…

Michael embraces new life

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Michael was born in prison and has spent years in custody but is about to successfully complete his Probation Order and has thanked his probation case manager for helping him become a responsible father. The 49-year-old, from Liverpool, was sentenced to a 24-months Suspended Sentence Order with 150 hours unpaid work for possession of Class…

Charity spreads festive cheer to vulnerable families

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Christmas has come early for children of women on probation in Liverpool thanks to a charitable donation that truly reflects the festive spirit. The Women’s Turnaround Centre, based in Eleanor Rathbone House, Derby Road, has received 31 bags of toys from the Cash for Kids charity to help ensure children of the centre’s 700 service…

PCC Jane Kennedy praises Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company

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Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy has praised the Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company after reports showed it is leading the way in reducing reoffending. The Government created 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRC) to deliver rehabilitative services to low and medium risk offenders in 2015. Interserve Group Limited, the international support services, construction and equipment services…

Beccy wins Butler Trust certifcate

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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…

M CRC’s Rosie Jafrate saves a life

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Quick thinking Rosie Jafrate (pictured) prevented a woman from jumping from a bridge in Wallasey, Merseyside. Interserve Group Limited, the international support services, construction and equipment services group, runs five Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs) that provide rehabilitative services to people on probation or on licence from prison. Rosie works for the company’s Merseyside CRC and…