The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) met on September 9-10, 2015 in San Diego, CA. News
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.
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 âunlikelyâ 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 Norquistâs Americans for Tax Reform. Itâs backed, in part, by Koch Industries.Read more at - http://www.thenation.com/blog/198681/can-left-right-alliances-break-americas-addiction-mass-incarceration
The Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association and the District of Arizona were proud to host the 7th National Training Institute August 23-26, 2015, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Information and archived session materials are available at FPPOA-NTI.com
Newly Released - Behavior Management of Justice-Involved Individuals: Contemporary Research and State-of-the-Art Policy and Practice News
The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the Center for Effective Public Policy are pleased to announce the release of NIC’s publication, Behavior Management of Justice-Involved Individuals: Contemporary Research and State-of-the-Art Policy and Practice, a document authored by Madeline M. Carter, Principal, Center for Effective Public Policy. This document can be accessed at http://nicic.gov/Library/029553.
All justice-involved individuals who are under community supervision are expected to abide by a set of conditions. Unfortunately, a significant portion will violate one or more of their terms and conditions of supervision at some point, either by committing a new offense or by committing a technical violation–an infraction related to failing to comply with the technical rules set by the releasing authority.