COMMENDEES 2012-13: Senior Probation Officers: for contributions to the engagement of offenders in London Probation services.
Winners by setting (since 2012) - Probation
COMMENDEES 2012-13: Multidisciplinary team: for contributions to the “Positive Futures” programme aimed at tackling offending among short term prisoners.
COMMENDEE 2012-13: Probation Officer: for contributions to victim support and reducing reoffending through restorative justice.
AWARD WINNER 2011-12: Described as a “visionary”, as Head of IT Development at London Probation, Fawzi had the idea for and has overseen the introduction of an IT system which has brought huge improvements in efficiency and effectiveness, enables managers to better manage their staff, allows staff to better manage the offenders in their care, and helps everyone in London Probation to keep informed and up to date. LondonNet complements the national OMNI system and Fawzi is now developing similar systems for other Trusts. (This Award is supported by the Indigo Trust).
AWARD WINNER 2011-12: Kate receives her Award for her outstanding practice a Probation Officer at Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust, as an offender manager and as a champion of good practice and role model and inspiration to her colleagues. Among very many comments in support of her nomination, Kate is described by her manager as “an exceptional member of staff” and by a former colleague as “without doubt the finest practitioner I have worked with”, while one of former her clients said, “she has turned my life around, she is just amazing”.