Skills for Justice are committed to the development of an improved and sustainable workforce across the UK’s Fire & Rescue, Policing, Prisons & Probation, and Local Government sectors.
Established in 2004 as the UK’s Sector Skills Council for Justice, we inform policy and industry standards, whilst focusing on the improvement of service delivery across all the sectors we operate in.
Are you an Emergency Call Handler for one of our vital Ambulance, Police, or FIre and Rescue Services across the UK? If so, @SkillsforJustice need your feedback, with a public consultation on the development of new National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Emergency Call Handlers, on behalf of Skills Development Scotland.
It is widely recognised that the extent and impact of crime on small businesses, across all four nations of the UK, is vast and its repercussions significant. Similarly, that the factors influencing this are extremely complex. Consequently, during Skills for Justice’s sixteen years as the Sector Skills Council for the UK justice sector, they have led a number of funded research projects which have sought to gain a clearer understanding of these intricacies, in order to both inform future action on the prevention of crime and ensure the safety of our communities.
At a time when the impact of COVID-19 has created numerous challenges for the probation sector's workforce, it has never been more vital to support the continuing growth of skilled entry routes into a career in such a demanding setting.
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