IMPORTANT Coivd-19 (Coronavirus) Advice – Your Probation Supervision

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Your Probation contact and/or Unpaid Work and Programmes

You will still be required to keep in touch with your Offender Manager and could be breached or recalled if you fail to do so.  The CRC continues to operate as an essential public service, though your supervision may be carried out differently to accommodate the Government’s advice on social distancing. 

Group delivery of Programmes and Unpaid work is temporarily suspended, however your Case Manager will notify you if you need to attend on a one to one basis, and when your attendance will go back to normal. 

It is vital that we are able to contact you and come and visit you if required whilst adhering to the social distancing guidance, so you MUST make sure we have your correct telephone number and address, and contact us if this changes.

If you do not have access to a mobile phone, please speak to your Case Manager.

If you are subject to Licence conditions, they remain in place as normal, and it is important that you continue to comply with them. Please contact your Case Manager if you have any concerns about this.

If you become homeless, it is very important that you speak to your Case Manager as soon as possible so that we can take action to support you.

If you are unwell, or have been advised to socially isolate, please let your Case Manager know as soon as you can.

Further support

We understand this can be a worrying time, and remain available to support you and to assist with any concerns you may have.

To contact us please phone the following numbers:

For Stoke and Staffordshire please call 01782 251 002
For Birmingham please call 0121 628 1130
For Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland please call 0116 222 1005
For Nottingham and Nottinghamshire please call 0115 911 1351
For the Black Country please call 01902 83 1070
For Derby and Derbyshire please call 01332 231 500

Please note that due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19 some of our telephony lines may not be fully staffed so please keep trying.

To receive more regular updates please contact your case manager and ask to be signed up to our text messaging service.

Reporting during the Coronavirus Pandemic for those under our supervision:


DLNR CRC will continue to work with our service users during the Coronavirus Pandemic and will contact each service user under our supervision directly to advise of any revised reporting measures.

Our Community Payback, Unpaid Work Placements, Accredited Programme & Group interventions have been suspended from Friday 20th March 2020 for an initial period of two weeks. We will contact you directly to advise revised reporting measures.

Further information for Service Users

Our Through the Gate activity is continuing, although in a reduced capacity in line with social distancing advice, as of Friday 20th March 2020, for an initial period of two weeks.

Please use the relevant telephone number to contact us:


Service Users in Derbyshire 01332 231 500
Service Users in Leicestershire & Rutland 0116 222 1005
Service Users in Nottinghamshire 0115 911 1351


Our Mission

“To reduce reoffending and protect the public. We work with people to assess their needs, manage risk and drive behaviour change; creating powerful rehabilitation journeys that reduce crime and help people to transform their lives.”



Our Vision

“Is a safer society where people who have committed crimes are empowered to change, rebuild their lives and thrive.”



Contact Details for The DLNR CRC


National Probation Service 0121 273 4500
Beneficiaries / General Public 0121 273 5500
Partners / Other Agencies 0121 273 5000
We are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 5pm, and Tuesday and Thursday from 9am until 7pm.

For media enquiries contact: PR and Communications Unit

Tel: 07970 281 029


The Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company is working with the Reducing Reoffending Partnership to provide supervision and a range of interventions to enable offenders to successfully rehabilitate. The Reducing Reoffending Partnership (RRP) comprises of Ingeus, a major provider of people-centre services, CGL, the largest substance misuse provider in the UK and St Giles Trust, a leading criminal justice charity.



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Reducing Re-offending Reducing re-offending is our number one priority as we work to improve public protection   Community Payback Supervised offenders undertake unpaid reparation work that benefits local communities. Nominate a project here.   Working in Partnership The CRC works with a range of partnerships to reduce re-offending and to aid the rehabilitation of men and women on supervision  

Registered office address:

Centre City,
7 Hill Street,
B5 4UA