Probation volume 9, issue 3, P29-32 1959 DOI: 10.1177/026455055900900301 View full text
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R.M. Braithwaite

Abstract: Following the article in our last issue on the distinctive nature of a probation officer's work, we are glad to publish these notes on his preparation for that work. They were the basis of an address given by Miss Braithwaite to a recent Essex Branch open meeting.We invite comment for PROBATION FORUM.—Editor)IN SOCIAL WORK the days of self-selection -the period when the desire to help people in need was the only credential required of anyone wishing to become a social workerare over. Those were the days…

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