U.S. Department of Justice

Date(s)

  • Jul. 25, 2017 - Jul. 27, 2017

Apply By

  • Apr. 28, 2017

Location

  • 11900 E. Cornell Ave, Unit C, Aurora, CO 80014

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Audience

Contact

Event ID

  • 17C4502

How to Apply

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Orientation for Parole Board Members

Jul. 25, 2017 - Jul. 27, 2017--This 40-hour program will help parole board members gain knowledge and skills in the area of informed decision making through evidence-based principles and practices for determining offender risk and motivation for change. It will also help them evaluate the efficacy of release plans. The program emphasizes the critical role of collaboration and partnerships with stakeholders to increase offender success and public safety. The program uses a peer interaction process. Mandatory course components include online sessions, face-to-face training, and independent work.

Overview

This 40-hour program will help parole board members gain knowledge and skills in the area of informed decision making through evidence-based principles and practices for determining offender risk and motivation for change. It will also help them evaluate the efficacy of release plans. The program emphasizes the critical role of collaboration and partnerships with stakeholders to increase offender success and public safety. The program uses a peer interaction process. Mandatory course components include online sessions, face-to-face training, and independent work. Assurance: Please note that by applying for this program, you acknowledge that (1) you meet the eligibility requirements for the training, and (2) that your supervisor supports your application for, and attendance at, this training, if selected.

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