Probation and community corrections is emerging in some countries, while expanding in others. A quick tour of the globe demonstrates the considerable changes to practice that have occurred in some Anglophone, European, ASEAN and other countries. These include policy standards, risk assessment tools, restructures, privatisation, service principles and guarantees, workload, audits, staff training, holistic practice models, case management, computer systems, volunteers and electronic monitoring. The case studies indicate some of the many differences and some similarities between community corrections across the globe. Trends of increased demand for services, expanded range of community-based penalty options, bureaucratic managerial governance and professionalisation of work, changes in work volume, complexity and intensity, and technology are outlined. The chapter concludes that holistic practice models provide an ongoing challenge for administrators to train and develop staff in effective techniques. To further develop professional practice, more jurisdictions need to evaluate their practice, conduct research and publish the findings.