16 November 2018
A job fair aiming to get around 100 people with a criminal past back into work took place in Brighton this week.
8 November 2018
In the second of three seminars, probation leaders reflect on the probation service values and what they mean today.
22 October 2018
Probation leaders reflect on the service's identity and what 'probation' now means.
10 October 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in Sussex, today marks the completion of a one million pound upgrade to the region's probation infrastructure.
25 September 2018
The independent inspector for probation today published a thematic review of community rehabilitation companies' response to domestic abuse.
11 September 2018
The Chairman of a local village hall has heaped praise on the work carried out by a team of offenders on Community Payback.
4 September 2018
This autumn KSS CRC is holding three events on probation identity, values and its role in the criminal justice system.
1 August 2018
The UK’s first programme aimed at rehabilitating convicted stalkers launches today in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company responds to Ministry of Justice plans to consult on changes to probation services
27 July 2018
The Ministry of Justice today announced an eight-week consultation on proposals to change the way the National Probation Service and Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs) are organised. The Ministry proposes to end the current probation contracts in 2020 – two years ahead of schedule – and bring forward a new competition with new contracts in place and running by the start of 2020.
25 July 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) - the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in the region - today announces the appointment of a new chief probation officer.
23 July 2018
Offenders serving community sentences across Kent, Surrey and Sussex took part in a day of action this week to clear rubbish from eight of the region’s beauty spots.
28 June 2018
BBC Radio Kent interviewed our Director of Excellence and Effectiveness, Graham Wines, about the Ministry of Justice's new strategy, which seeks to break the cycle of offending for women.
25 May 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in the region, today announces that employee pay will increase by two per cent this year with a further two per cent rise confirmed for April 2019.
22 May 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company has completed a £1.8m investment programme to replace the county’s probation offices.
21 May 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in the region, this week unveils a new approach to rehabilitating women convicted of crime.
12 March 2018
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in the region, has announced the creation of a new research unit to test, trial and evaluate innovative approaches in a bid to cut reoffending and crime.
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25 October 2017
KSS CRC pay gap significantly lower than national average
18 October 2017
Seetec Group, of which KSS CRC is a part, opposes slavery or human trafficking in the delivery of our service and fully supports the promotion of ethical and lawful business practices within the workplace.
18 October 2017
Paid job opportunities for current / ex service users.
28 April 2017
KSS CRC hosted a Partners Networking Event in Surrey on Thursday (27th April 2017).
25 April 2017
KSS CRC’s new Guildford Office will open on Tuesday 2nd May.
10 April 2017
Staff from our Margate office have moved into their new office in Ramsgate today.
30 March 2017
With effect from 10th April, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) staff from the Margate office will be relocating to a new office in Ramsgate.
28 March 2017
You can now download a copy of our latest newsletter.
24 March 2017
A wildlife project in Surrey which helps rehabilitate individuals who have committed crimes has won a prestigious national award.
14 March 2017
KSS CRC’s Community Payback team is in the running to win a prestigious award after successfully turning the grounds of the Colman Redland Centre into a haven for wildlife.
8 March 2017
A new initiative which will help women who have convictions to find rewarding, quality jobs to reduce their likelihood of reconviction has launched in Guildford.
6 March 2017
Staff from our Canterbury office have moved into their new office in Ashford today
27 February 2017
Staff from our Folkestone office have moved into their new office in Ashford today.
15 February 2017
A local resident has thanked service users on Community Payback who have been helped to tidy up her garden.
15 February 2017
A new office in Ashford will open, bringing together KSS CRC’s Folkestone and Canterbury teams.
15 February 2017
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Surrey, David Munro was thrilled to speak to service users and staff of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), seeing first-hand what the service has to offer at a recent Community Payback (CP) project.
6 February 2017
Rubbish strewn alleyways in Marine Town are now spic and span thanks to Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company’s Community Payback scheme.
20 January 2017
A new multi-agency resettlement centre, which will help prisoners at HMP Lewes to prepare for a crime-free life after prison, has opened this month.
13 January 2017
An outdoor riding centre in Dartford, used by people who have a range of disabilities, has been vastly improved with the help of individuals sentenced to Community Payback.
6 January 2017
Community Payback teams have rolled up their sleeves to clear bagfuls of rubbish and debris from alleyways in Havengore Avenue, Gravesend.
4 January 2017
A charity was so impressed by the work of KSS CRC’s Community Payback team in helping them to create a memorial garden in Medway for grieving parents who have lost babies during pregnancy or shortly after birth, they have asked them to return and help with their next project.