volume 17, issue 1, P32-32 1971
DOI: 10.1177/026455057101700112
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Abstract: training and varying roles, there is no similar consideration of the problems of the probation service. There is no indication of the size of the service, its recruitment problems, .its training programmes or its administrative development. One could imagine that the service today is much as in 1925. The gradual combination of areas, for example, is not mentioned, nor the development of a staff hierarchy with he associated problems of role and function of senior and assistant principal officers. The informati…

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