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Parole probation training

  • New Approaches to Staff Safety

    Key staff safety training issues for community corrections agencies are discussed. This manual addresses:
  • Effective Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders in the Community [Videoconference held February 9, 2000]

    The goal of this videoconference is to enhance the ability of probation and parole agency staff (line officers, supervisors, and policymakers/admin
  • Female Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held July 18, 2001]

    This video examines the needs, strengths, weaknesses, and risks associated with female offenders. Topics discussed include:
  • Restorative Justice: Principles, Practices, and Implementation (Training Broadcast)

    An introduction to restorative justice concepts, principles, and values is provided during this 32-hour distance learning program.
  • 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.
  • Transition from Prison to the Community [Videoconference Held February 12, 2003]

    This videoconference provides Information regarding the National Institute of Corrections' transition initiative and model.
  • Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held February 25, 2004]

    This satellite/Internet broadcast provides information about NIC's initiative on statewide implementation of effective correctional management of o
  • 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.
  • Two Probation Officer/Offender Contact Sessions (PO 1 & 2) [Motivational Interviewing]

    These two role-played scenarios can be used in training or skill coding sessions as examples of:
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