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Core Competencies: A Resource for Parole Board Chairs, Members, and Executive Staff

New parole board members and parole executives should read this publication. It will introduce them to the core competencies they need to have to effectively execute their public responsibilities.

Comprehensive Framework for Paroling Authorities in an Era of Evidence-Based Practice

A framework that identifies the characteristics and competencies that paroling authorities must have to be effective in implementing evidence-based practices in the context of transition programs and services is presented.

Improving Parole Outcomes with Performance Leadership and Data: Doing What Works

This article describes the evolution of the Georgia Parole Board's business-oriented data and performance leadership model.

Rising to the Challenge of Applying Evidence-Based Practices Across the Spectrum of a State Parole System

The use of evidence-based practices to improve discretionary parole system is explained.

Topics in Community Corrections, Annual Issue 2007: Promising Strategies in Transition from Prison

This issue of NIC's Topics in Community Corrections focuses on the transition from prison to the community.

Motivating Offenders to Change: A Guide for Probation and Parole

This publication explains the principles behind MI and advice for applying MI in their everyday dealings with offenders in the community.

Responding to Parole and Probation Violations: A Handbook to Guide Local Policy Development

This handbook discusses policy responses to probation and parole violations that enhance the effectiveness of supervision while also improving community safety.

Female Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held July 18, 2001]

This video examines the needs, strengths, weaknesses, and risks associated with female offenders.

Parole Violations Revisited: A Handbook on Strengthening Parole Practices for Public Safety and Successful Transition to the Community

This handbook helps agencies to to assess parole violation and revocation policy and practice, identify targets of change, and mobilize for change.

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