We provide a wide range of probation services to help reduce reoffending and protect the public from harm.
We work with low and medium risk offenders, managing their community sentences and giving them the knowledge, skills and support to enable them to stop offending.
This includes specialist recovery and rehabilitation programmes, community payback unpaid work, education, training and employment, mentoring and working with families of offenders. We also manage those released from prison on licence.
The CRC was created on 1st June, 2014 as part of the Government’s reform of probation services. At the same time the National Probation Service was created to be responsible for high risk offenders, advising courts on sentencing, victim liaison and approved premises. We work closely with the NPS and you can find out more on their website.
Wales CRC is now owned by Working Links, a public, private, voluntary company committed to helping people change their lives for the better. Working Links works in partnership with Innovation Wessex, a mutual community interest company made up of former probation trust workers.