This website provides access to copies of training manuals for courses provided by the California Board of State and Community Standards.
Community corrections training
The EBPSA guide summarizes how using the EBPSA can enhance an organization’s ability to become a more effective evidence-based organization.
Two role-played scenarios can be used in training or skill coding sessions.
Assessment of Sex Offenders for Sentencing, Supervision and Treatment [Videoconference held February 10, 1999]
Objectives of this three-hour videoconference include: Articulating the purposes for assessment and evaluation of sex offenders and the issues and challenges inherent in each; understanding the limitations of traditional risk and needs assessment tools for sex offenders; identifying and defining the available approaches and instruments used to effectively assess and evaluate sex offenders; distinguishing between effective and ineffective risk assessment tools; and identifying the complementary roles of treatment providers and supervising agents in conducting and interpreting assessments and evaluations
FutureForce: Building a 21st Century Community Corrections Workforce [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held August 3, 2005]
This program focuses on the changing and expanding roles of probation, parole, and community corrections officers.
Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held February 25, 2004]
This 3-hour program explains the implementation of effective correctional management of offenders in the community.
This 3-hour program provides Information regarding NIC's transition initiative and model which assists parolees, probationers, and the released.
Understanding Managed Behavioral Health Care in Community Corrections [Videoconference Held July 17, 2002]
This program addresses behavior health care services for offenders under community supervision.
This 32-hour distance learning program is an introduction to restorative justice concepts, principles, and values are provided during.
This publication discusses key staff safety training issues for community corrections agencies.