Confederation of European Probation (CEP)
Confédération européenne de la probation
Founded 1981, as Permanent European Conference on Probation and Aftercare -- Conférence permanente européenne de la probation -- Ständige Europäische Konferenz für Straffälligen- und Bewährungshilfe. Subsequent title: European Organisation for Probation (CEP) -- Organisation européenne de la probation -- Europäische Bewährungshilfeorganisation. Registered in accordance with Dutch law.
Unite public and private institutions and organizations in Europe that have as their objective the provision of probation services, including assistance to accused persons both before and after sentence; promote professionalism in the field of probation in Europe via international cooperation and exchange; enhance the profile of probation at both national and European levels.
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