Work With Us
Humberside Probation Trust works with a number of partner organisations Scroll down the page to see some of our partners to help us achieve our aims to protect the public, reduce reoffending and support the victims of crime. These partners add their own specialist knowledge and expertise to the tasks of reducing offending and making safer the diverse communities we serve.
We are a core member of the Humberside Criminal Justice Board (CJB) which comprises all agencies working within the Criminal Justice System. Humberside CJB works to extend the range of projects which help to reduce offending and to improve the effectiveness of our offender management.
We have strong links with the Police, especially through the Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) which enable us to manage dangerous offenders when they return to live in the community, Humberside Probation Trust co-operates with local agencies through Community Safety Partnerships to help offenders settle in stable accommodation, adding oversight and support where necessary. We work closely with providers of education, training and employment to allow offenders an opportunity to live constructive lives, and with drug and alcohol service providers to reduce offenders’ substance misuse.
We also put arrangements in place to tackle persistent and prolific offenders, to advise on managing financial problems and to provide ‘mentors’ to offenders. Partners make a critical contribution to Humberside Probation Trust’s job of reducing offending. Funding partner organisations helps us provide extra services for offenders and enables us to monitor their progress more rigorously. This makes Humberside a safer place.
Training Opportunities for Partner Agencies
Humberside Probation Trust prides itself on training its staff with relevant and useful courses. We are now offering partner agencies the opportunity to attend training events organised throughout the year.
These training events range from specialist subjects such as Domestic Violence Awareness and Introduction to Working with Sex Offenders, to events which give delegates the skills to cope with everyday demands in the workplace e.g. Time Management and Managing Pressure.
Training events are held in one of four fully equipped training rooms including an IT Suite at our Liberty House West building, Hull.
Please contact our Learning and Development Team on 01482 480000 to learn more.
Also, Humberside Probation Trust are currently accessing e-learning courses through Virtual College. More information can be found at http://www.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk/
Alcohol & Drug Service. We are a charity that provides services for people with drug and alcohol problems.
Boston Mayflower provides support services that cater for a range of needs - such as for older tenants and residents, floating support for vulnerable adults, hostel accommodation for the homeless, and support for victims of domestic abuse – to over 1,500 vulnerable people in Boston and East Yorkshire.
Giroscope is an award winning housing charity based in Hull. For over 25 years we have brought sustainable regeneration to our neighbourhood by providing housing, training and employment.
Humbercare is an enabling organisation dedicated to providing quality and innovative services to adults and young people.
It is Humbercare’s belief that all people should have the opportunity to realise their full potential, improve skills, optimise their life chances and become responsible members of our communities.
Humbercare works in partnership with many voluntary and not-for-profit organisations as well as the following local authorities: Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and other statutory agencies including the Humberside Probation Trust.
Our areas of focus include: rehabilitation and resettlement, mentoring, peer-mentoring and volunteer befriending services, advice, information and guidance, education, employment and training, housing related support, client involvement, supported lodgings services for young people, positive use of time and integration into the wider community.
Minerva is a Social Enterprise Community Interest Company that offers work placements, education and training to some of the more disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our society.
Sova is a charity that works in the heart of communities in England and Wales to help people steer clear of crime.
Strength to Change (NHS Hull) is dedicated to helping perpetrators of domestic violence to change their behaviour.