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  • Job Opening - Chief Probation Officer Opening with Mohave County Superior Court

    Chief Probation Officer , Arizona Superior Court in Mohave County, Kingman, Arizona, $3,086.40 - $3,940.00 Biweekly (Hire in Salary Negotiable Depending Upon Qualifications). At-will position appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Presiding Superior Court Judge with administrative direction...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Fodle on Wed, Apr 13 2016
  • Probation Quality Assuarance process and tools

    The Massachusetts Probation Service is looking into its quality assurance process regarding the supervision of adult probationers. We currently use the ORAS as our RNR tool and utilize a core correctional practices program in the supervision of probationers. Any examples of quality assurance tools currently...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by brian.mirasolo on Wed, Mar 9 2016
  • Upcoming Reentry Summit

    On behalf of the Ray Brook Reentry Initiative, Inmate Reentry Council, and Fair Shake, I would like to invite you to attend our 1st Annual Reentry Summit, entitled Reintegration Through Collaboration: The New Normal. Scheduled to convene on September 23rd, 2015, this event is certain to inform and engage...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Elisa Alexander on Tue, Aug 11 2015
  • adult probation urine analysis testing procedures for transgender clients

    Our Probation Officers are required to observe when an adult client on probation produces a urine sample for drug and alcohol testing. Our current practice is that staff of the same gender will observe this, however, we need to address observations when a client is transgendered, such as when a male...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Mary Lucia on Wed, Jul 8 2015
  • Conference Announcement

    The Maine Department of Corrections is pleased to host the : 15 th Bi-Annual Adult and Juvenile Female Offender Conference October 6-10, 2013 Holiday Inn by the Bay Portland, Maine Please check out the website at: www.ajfo.org REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Sponsor and Exhibitor registration is also open...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Cynthia Brann on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • 2012 Texas Juvenile Justice Summit

    The 2nd Annual Texas Juvenile Justice Summit will take place in Austin, Texas, June 25 to June 29, 2012. There will be national speakers such as Shay Bilchik former Director of the OJJDP to talk about collaboration and Dr. Linda Dahlberg from the CDC to talk about Violence Prevention. There are also...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by John Kinsey on Tue, Feb 28 2012
  • Statewide Probation Agreements

    Any states that use a standard probation agreement for the entire state?
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Liz Craig on Mon, Aug 22 2011
  • Re: National PREA Resource Workgroup NPR-WORK

    We finally have a website for this workgroup http://www.oregon.gov/OYA/prea/prearesources.shtml It is still very basic and does not have all the member states training material yet. We will be adding news articles, what’s happening in member states and resources as we get them. Also a great new...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Kila Jager on Tue, Jul 26 2011
  • New Television Shows from "DC Public Safety," http://media.csosa.gov

    Colleagues: Please see a list of new television shows available from the federal Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency in Washington, D.C. See http://media.csosa.gov . Best, Len Sipes Successful Offenders – “DC Public Safety” Television What Works: Evidence-Based Practices...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Leonard Sipes on Fri, Mar 11 2011
  • Re: Motivating Ex-Offenders for Employment

    Timothy, This portion comes directly from the State of Tennessee's statues: Pardon application form (available from the Board), provides that an applicant must have completed sentence, including any period of community supervision. In addition, the Governor “will give serious consideration” to pardon...
    Posted to Offender Employment (Forum) by Ignovi on Tue, Aug 17 2010
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