Probation during COVID-19 update

If you have been given a probation appointment you must attend.

We are reviewing how we deliver probation services to take account of the UK Government’s most recent announcement concerning COVID-19 and we will be providing more details as soon as possible.

We have undertaken a great deal of work to make our offices safe so we can continue to deliver our services as safely as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your safety is our highest priority. We will only invite you into one of our offices if it has been risk assessed and is COVID-19 secure. You will see the certificate displayed in the entrance area when you arrive.

The Government has said attendance at probation is a reason to leave your home, and we have put in a lot of work to make sure all of our offices, sites and buildings let you successfully complete your period of probation safely.

We have added hand sanitisers and other hygiene items to our offices and introduced measures and signs to make sure that all visitors can always be two metres apart.