The U.S. Pretrial Services and Probation Office serves 40 counties in the Northern District of Ohio and provides services to a total of 20 U.S. District and Magistrate Judges. The office is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with three divisional offices located in Akron, Toledo, and Youngstown. The U.S. Pretrial Services and Probation Office is a consolidated office consisting of approximately 100 employees.
Take advantage of NIC’s new public forum focused on community corrections! The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) is comprised of the leading associations for pretrial, probation, parole and drug courts. Each association has two representatives that attend two in person meetings per fiscal year. They also collaborate on projects and present workshops at national conferences in between meetings, and try to stay connected to the field.
This public forum is an opportunity for the field and the CCCN. We want to hear from you, start conversations about emerging issues for community corrections, provide feedback on any issues or questions you might have, and to share information with each other.
To that end, the CCCN welcomes any questions, comments or anything related to community corrections that you might want to post!
The FPPOA has received a response from the OPM regarding the security breach. The full PDF letter is available for download.
The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) met on September 9-10, 2015 in San Diego, CA.
DURING THE TWO-DAY meeting, the CCCN connected with a local probation department and held a live national discussion with criminal justice professionals across the country.
The full article, and related resources, are availabe at - http://community.nicic.gov/wikis/cccn/cccn-updates-and-news.aspx
October 13 - 15, 2015 - The only conference focused exclusively on women and girls in the criminal justice system.
AJFO is the only professional conference focused exclusively on women and girls involved with the criminal justice system. Participants represent a diverse array of practitioners, state administrators, program directors, women with lived experience, advocates, researchers, and program developers, and experts in reentry, incarceration, juvenile justice, trauma and gender.
Recently the FPPOA sent a formal letter to Director Archuleta of the US Office of Personel Management regarding the recent data breach and compromise of sensitive information. The letter is avialabvle as a PDF download here.
Could this be the year that lawmakers really begin to dismantle the system of mass incarceration that they have been building for decades? It seems conceivable, thanks to a surge in interest from elected officials at the state and federal level, as well as an “unlikely” coalition of left- and right-wing groups that announced its formation on Thursday. The Coalition for Public Safety, as the group is called, includes organizations like the Center for American Progress and the American Civil Liberties Union along with Tea Party-aligned FreedomWorks and Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform. It’s backed, in part, by Koch Industries.Read more at - http://www.thenation.com/blog/198681/can-left-right-alliances-break-americas-addiction-mass-incarceration