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Advise, Assist and Unfriend

Probation officers use social media for many different reasons. Promoting the work of the service. Building alliances with local commissioners and other stakeholders. Discussing best

On Probation

Probation Firsts

This is @ZoeStaffsGMPT 5th post in an ongoing series about her life and learning as a probation officer.   Firsts There’s a first time for everything – especially when

Digital Engagement

Probation, Innovation & Geovation

The government is currently undertaking a review of the probation service and is encouraging probation trusts to be innovative in responding to fundamental change. Jason Davies’s  (@b00tstrapper) post shows

On Probation

The Usual Suspects

This is @ZoeStaffsGMPT 4th post in an ongoing series about her life and learning as a probation officer. When I was thinking what next to blog, I asked my

On Probation

@ZoeStaffsGMPT: Why I tweet (WIT#2)

@ZoeStaffsGMPT is a well-known probation tweeter, admired for her commitment to her work and the dryness of her wit – she has written movingly about

On Probation

Probation steps out of the shadows

I have long advocated the use of social media in general and Twitter in particular as a way for public services to raise awareness of what

On Probation

The Probation Officer’s Toolkit

This is @ZoeStaffsGMPT third post in an ongoing series about her life and learning as a probation officer. I’ve noticed there’s a few new or aspiring probation

On Probation

Being on Probation

 I’m delighted to host this post from @ZoeStaffsGMPT reflecting on her ten years as a practising probation officer. If you like it, you might like

Why I Tweet

The fine art of the Re-Tweet

Re-tweeting is just a matter of hovering over a Tweet and clicking the re-tweet symbol. So why does it need a whole article for itself?

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