volume 15, issue 1, P18-23 1969
DOI: 10.1177/026455056901500107
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M. Murch

Abstract: By CALLING on the Government to undertake an immediate examination of the implications of its recommendations as they affect the probation and aftercare service, the Seebohm Committee provides the service with yet another challenge to clarify its objectives and future role in British social work. As was generally expected, the Committee's report boldly takes the view that the social services of the local authority should be reorganised to meet the needs of individuals and families on the basis of their total …

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