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Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company
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Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company (also known as BGSW CRC) was formed on 1 June 2014 during Government reforms to probation services. During the reform, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust, Gloucestershire Probation Trust and Wiltshire Probation Trust were merged to form BGSW CRC which is owned and run by the private company Working Links. At the start of 2016 Working links announced that budget cuts could result in the loss of up to 40% of its probation workers in the region.
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Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company (also known as BGSW CRC) was formed on 1 June 2014 during Government reforms to probation services. During the reform, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust, Gloucestershire Probation Trust and Wiltshire Probation Trust were merged to form BGSW CRC which is owned and run by the private company Working Links. It is one of 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies across England and Wales. BGSW CRC's role is to manage low to medium risk offenders under probation supervision alongside the National Probation Service, which manages offenders who have been assessed as presenting high risk of harm to others. The BGSW CRC works with offenders by managing their community sentences and aid with their rehabilitation. This includes specialist recovery and rehabilitation programmes, community payback unpaid work, education, training and employment, mentoring and working with families of offenders. At the start of 2016 Working links announced that budget cuts could result in the loss of up to 40% of its probation workers in the region.
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