Participating in a positive future
The Coronavirus is affecting everyone and DTV CRC want to safeguard our participants and staff to ensure they stay healthy. We continue to provide a service and recommend that all participants contact their Responsible Officer to understand how this is going to continue for the foreseeable future, in these uncertain times. If you do not have your Responsible Officer’s phone number please contact reception, which is open, on 0808 1684848 and they will be able to advise you.
Office Opening Times:
- Wetherby House (Stockton) is open Monday-Friday
Evening reporting available Monday-Thursday
- Wear House (Durham) is open Monday-Friday
Evening reporting available on Monday-Thursday
- Woodland Road (Darlington) is open Monday-Friday
Evening reporting available on Tuesday & Thursday
Safe Place | Safe Person | Safe Practice | Safe Equipment
Durham Tees Valley CRC is responsible for supervising around 5000 participants on either a Community Order or Prison Licence throughout the Durham and Teesside area.
Our vision is to enable people to participate in a positive future.
We work to reduce reoffending, protect the public and believe that by supporting participants our communities will be safer, that by developing participants we make a real, lasting and positive change to their lives and that by combining this we can provide successful, effective rehabilitation services.
New service launched for those being released from prison
On Tuesday 5 May, a free-phone helpline was launched for men and women in the North East who are being released from prison during the coronavirus crisis.
For details of where to find our HQ, or to contact us via email, click on the button below to go to our "contact" page.
What Can We Do For You?
At DTV CRC we are passionate about delivering services that benefit participants and their communities. If you believe your community or project could benefit from support from DTV CRC, contact us via our online form.