Red Snapper Justice supports recruitment in a wide range of professions and career directions relating to the Justice Sector including:
Red Snapper Justice provide Probation Service Officers (PSOs), Probation Officers (POs) and Senior Probation Officers (SPOs) as required.
Our clients include National Probation Service, and all 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies UK wide.
We can provide pre-vetted unpaid work supervisors to CRC’s.
We have supplied staff in this area across London, Kent, Surrey, Norfolk, Suffolk and the Midlands.
Justice have a database of Probation staff, Supervisors and Night Staff that can be deployed to Approved Premises across the country. All candidates are pre-vetted and experienced support staff who manage offenders (including those who require assisted living) as required.
Justice can provide caseworkers and middle managers to support resettlement teams in custody and in the community. We maintain an active pipeline of prison cleared agency workers and can facilitate prison clearance in house. Red Snapper also support Through the Gate programmes and give guidance to candidates on our clients behalf where necessary.
Justice provide Victim Liaison Officers and Senior Management to Victim Teams within the Probation Service and in the third sector on a temporary and permanent basis.
Justice has a database of front line Restorative Justice Facilitators on a full time or sessional basis. Our clients have included a large number of public sector bodies, and we routinely work with Police Forces, with Coordinators to set up and develop a restorative justice function.
Red Snapper Justice and the wider recruitment business have supported public and private sector organisations with permanent and interim senior management and consultancy staff to enable the better management of our client’s organisations. With sweeping changes to the criminal justice system under Transforming Rehabilitation Red Snapper Justice help our clients with any strategic management recruitment requirements as they arise.
Last edited: 31st May 2018