This document contains creative ideas about how correctional agencies can partner with victim assistance organizations to promote 2016 NCVRW.
American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) (Lexington, VA)
Creative Ideas for Institutional and Community Corrections Agencies to Partner with Crime Victim Assistance Organizations and Agencies to Promote 2016 National Crime Victims' Rights Week: Serving Victims. Building Trust. Restoring Hope.
This bulletin is designed to provide tribal probation officers with a brief overview of victims’ rights and tips on the availablity of victim services.
This is article covers how and why community corrections officers experience traumatic stress on the job and related efforts to address this problem.
This fact sheet is designed to serve as an overview of two family tools that help people visualize the connections within families and the connections families have to their community: genograms and ecomaps.
This resource was designed to enable correctional entities to comply with HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2 in the receipt or sharing of PHI.
This brief takes the ten most common myths about justice-health information sharing and explains the realities behind them.
Promising Victim Related Practices in Probation and Parole: Training Curriculum [and] Participant Manual [Lesson Plans and Participants’ Manual]
The goal of this training program is to provide community corrections officers with information on strategies they can use to enhance their interactions with and services to crime victims.
This report does a great job in explaining how to effectively combine both sanctions and incentives in probation and parole supervision.
This special issue promotes innovative programs, policies and protocols that improve crime victims’ rights and services in community corrections.
Access to eight fact sheets “on topics related to crime victims and victims’ needs throughout the community corrections process” is provided.