Probation Journal volume 21, issue 3, P72-74 1974 DOI: 10.1177/026455057402100303 View full text
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I.S. White

Abstract: Nottinghamshire THE USE of group work techniques in the Probation Service has become increasingly popular in recent years, although probation officers have in general not been particularly imaginative in their use of skills, other than the traditional one-to-one case-work model. The use of the group is, however almost invariably in the sense of the individual probation officer supervising a group of clients simultaneously and often apart from the office setting. It has been recognised that it is often possibl…

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