MTCnovo Slavery and Human Trafficking statement  (120KB)

MTCnovo delivers probation services on behalf of the Ministry of Justice through our Community Rehabilitation Companies in both Greater London and Thames Valley as well as operating a secure training centre, Rainsbrook, for young persons in Rugby.

We work with a series of delivery partners that share our vision and approach to supporting vulnerable people, reducing reoffending and protecting the public.

Our Slavery and Human Trafficking statement outlines our key commitments across the business, including; management of our supply chain, policies and our approach.

TV-CRC’s core work covers the following:

Structured Interventions

We offer structured interventions to help people turn away from crime. The list includes: Offending Behaviour Programmes, Education, Training and Employment, Community Payback, targeted ‘activities’, Attendance Centres and structured Supervision Centres, which all help to reduce the likelihood of re-offending.


Supervising and managing offenders on community orders, suspended sentence orders, those in prison and those released from prison on licence; encouraging people to take responsibility for their own behaviour and how it affects others; working to help offenders recognise their own potential by helping them gain skills and identify ways to play a constructive part in the community.

Community Safety/Partnerships

We have a key part to play in linking with other agencies to reduce the likelihood of crime and its effects on individuals and whole communities. We work, with others, on the following: public protection, safeguarding, women offenders, liaising with the courts, substance misuse, accommodation, employment, training and education.