Chief Executive, KSS CRC
Suki led Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) through transition to the private sector. Suki has worked for over 23 years in probation and is a passionate advocate for its role in protecting the public and helping people to turn away from crime. Under her leadership, government inspectors judged KSS CRC's leadership as outstanding and praised the service for its innovative work with service users. In 2018, the area became the first in the UK to launch an academic research unit for probation work, drawing on probation and academic expertise to evaluate what works to reduce reoffending. Suki is a qualified probation officer and has previously worked at the Ministry of Justice, the National Offender Management Service - now called Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) - and inspectorate on national policy and standards.
Chief Probation Officer
Dawn has worked in probation since 2005, holding local delivery and business development roles. She previously managed the performance information unit, contract management function and aspects of commercial affairs. She has held strategic leads for restorative justice, offender health and employment, training and education.
Dawn holds a Masters degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Prior to joining probation Dawn worked on business planning and development for South Wales Police.
Deputy Chief Probation Officer, KSS CRC
Cynthia is a qualified probation officer. She has over 30 years' experience of working in the criminal justice system including London, Merseyside and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Probation Services. Cynthia has worked in a range of roles based in the community, in prison and in approved premises, including responsibility for the delivery of Community Payback and rehabilitative programmes. Cynthia has been a senior leader for the last 13 years and is currently Deputy Chief Probation Officer, with a particular focus on service development. Cynthia believes strongly that individuals have the capacity to make positive changes in their lives and that the reduction of reoffending requires good engagement with service users and strong partnership working.
Deputy Chief Executive, KSS CRC
Graham has worked across both public and private sectors, shaping organisational approach to change and people management. As a previous Head of HR for a variety of companies, he brings a track record of understanding the strategic needs of an organisation and delivering solutions to enable success. Graham now brings this strategic and practical experience to KSS CRC’s Excellence and Effectiveness function, where he will be ensuring that the community rehabilitation company's (CRC) strategy and leadership, policy and process, as well as innovation and culture, are aligned and all working together to achieve our objectives.