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A service in Surrey that works with troubled children and young people is performing poorly and “very substantial” improvement is required, according to inspectors.

This plan sets out the inspections of the Criminal Justice System for 2019/21 in which two or more of our inspectorates will be working together.

A London probation service has made “considerable efforts” to improve the quality of its work over the past year, according to inspectors. Based on their findings, the Inspectorate has given the organisation an overall rating of ‘Requires improvement’.

A joint inspection by HM Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Prisons.

Inspectors have paid tribute to staff at a Sheffield service that works with troubled children and young people.

Lancashire Youth Offending Team (YOT) is making positive progress following a major restructure, according to inspectors. The Inspectorate has given Lancashire YOT an overall rating of ‘Good’.

Warwickshire and West Mercia is performing well in some areas but needs to do more to support rehabilitation and protect the public. Inspectors have rated the service as ‘Requires improvement’ overall.

The new owners of a probation service in Wales should make further changes to improve their work with offenders and better protect the public, according to inspectors.

This inspection is part of our programme of youth offending service inspections. As planned, we have inspected and rated Walsall Youth Justice Service (YJS) across three broad areas.

Lack of proper education provision in Dudley for young offenders is a serious issue that is not getting the attention it deserves and progress has been too slow, according to inspectors.