volume 16, issue 2, P57-59 1970
DOI: 10.1177/026455057001600208
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David C. Kershaw

Abstract: 57 individual worker. The latter's status is enhanced, his functions arc clarified and he becomes professionally responsible. Improved status brings with it the right to contribute positively to developments in policy and procedures, as well as a responsibility to innovate technically. The advent of professionalism weeds out functions that do not need professional skills and establishes the probation officer as a confident user of ancillary and voluntary worker resources.These ideas also depend on the creatio…

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