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    1,001 to 5,000
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Salary estimated from 112 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Rating is calculated based on 10 reviews and is evolving.


Prison Custodial Officer in Daventry
on 2 June 2021
Other staff are the only positive.
Not a safe place to work. The young people run the place and the staff are only there to basically make up the numbers. Really struggling to think of any positives apart from the other staff
Probation Services Officer in Slough, Berkshire
on 29 March 2020
A typical day at work can start off with a load of emails to sort through, possibly consisting of arrests, prison liaison and court updates. throughout the day, you meet with service users, and complete dynamic risk assessments.
Custodial Care Officer in Rugby
on 10 January 2020
Great place to work - for the right minded person
Challenging yet rewarding role. Staff culture needs looking at slightly but it works if you can identify the good from the not so good. Opportunity to gain YOT related degree. Must do 6 months before deciding if it's for you. Need to let the trainees get used to you initially before you get on board with them. Sad to leave.
Custodial care officer in Rugby, Warwickshire
on 20 July 2019
Awful place to work
Under staffed 99% of the time which leaves you vulnerable to being get a single 30 minute break in 14 hours and sometimes because of lack of staff you don’t get chance to go for a break.There is no support from upper management and you are simply just a number and if you are ill tough they will make you stay for “numbers”. There are some staff there that are absolutely brilliant but there talents are being wasted in such a shambles of an establishment such as Rainsbrook.
Cco in Rainsbrook
on 2 July 2019
Absolutely disgusted with this company
Worst place to work, you are put in very dangerous situations due to bad management and no support. Most staff suffer from depression anxiety due to the failure of duty of care. Any new recruits after training and with in the first few weeks working on shifts leave due to lack of support, no training, left on units with young people on your own and are left extremely vulnerable to being attacked. Management turn a blind eye to everything. No staff are searched in the start of their duty therefore there are potential risks of items passed to offerders.

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