Probation volume 8, issue 2, P17-19 1956 DOI: 10.1177/026455055600800201 View full text
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Abstract: Jurisdiction was published. As a member of that Committee, I ask myself whether the developments it recommended have taken place within the Service-and what new factors and requirements have emerged in the social revolution that has taken place in the intervening years.In the earlier days one felt that a probation officer could only achieve his ends by force of his personality, and by advice and example. Today, with the increasing knowledge of the springs of human behaviour, emphasis is laid on the understand…

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