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Statement by Jesse Jannetta, Research Associate, The Urban Institute, at a Hearing on the Local Role of the United States Parole Commission (USPC): Increasing Public Safety, Reducing Recidivism, and Using Alternatives to Re-incarceration in the District of Columbia by the House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service, and the District of Columbia
| Cataloged on:
Nov. 03, 2009
The “critical question of what constitutes best practice in parole supervision” is discussed (p. 1). This testimony is divided into five parts: the changing orientation of parole; seven organizational-level parole best practices; six case management-level parole best practices; implementing parole best practices; and conclusion.