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Our office contact information has changed

31 May 2016

Our office telephone numbers and email addresses have changed.


Kent offices

Maidstone Corporate Centre              01622 239147
Maidstone Probation                         01622 688858
Canterbury                                       01227 209969
Chatham                                          01634 565297
Folkestone Office                             01303 761040
Gravesend                                       01474 552339
Margate                                           01843 269997
Sittingbourne                                    01795 507279
Tunbridge Wells                                01892 575401

Surrey and Sussex offices

Brighton Corporate Centre                 01273 020657
Brighton Probation                            01273 020656
Chichester                                       01243 216510
Crawley                                           01293 225 518
Eastbourne Community Payback       01323 407637
Eastbourne SU Management             01323 407636
Guildford                                          01483 670172
Hastings                                          01424 237229
Littlehampton                                   01903 259551
Redhill Probation Centre                    01737 767087
Staines                                            01784 770352
Worthing                                          01903 259552


Most email addresses have changed from firstname.surname@kss.probation.gsi.gov.uk to firstname.surname@ksscrc.scc.gsi.gov.uk.

Please note there is a small proportion of staff who use assistive technology and will continue to use the firstname.surname@kss.probation.gsi.gov.uk email format until further notice.


Our Maidstone Operational office has moved to Galleon House on King Street; Maidstone Corporate Centre has moved to Maidstone House and our Crawley office has moved to Midtown House. For all our office addresses, click here.

Latest personal stories


A former drug addict has become a successful paid chef a year after his release from prison.

Experience of volunteer Aron

When I first met John*, he came across as being very shy and quiet. I attended an initial meeting where I met with Johnís Probation Officer and we agreed actions and goals for him to take to help aid his rehabilitation and tackle the issues that have led him to commit the crime in the first place.

The help of volunteer David

I was asked to work with Andrew* to help improve his self-esteem and decision making skills which led to his drug abuse. At our regular meetings, we explored solutions to his issues and obstacles to his future aspirations. Slowly through this work, his perceptions about himself began to change from feelings of guilty and helplessness, to being able to acknowledge his own personal strengths and attributes.