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Featured Publications

New Analysis Shows How Parole and Probation Violations Significantly Impact States’ Prison Populations and Budgets

New data reveals the startling extent to which probation and parole violations contribute to states’ high prison admissions and populations, as well as the subsequent cost to taxpayers.
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In 2018, the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) and the National Reentry Resource Center partnered to better understand challenges facing the community supervision workforce and identify ways to address them. APPA spoke with community supervision leaders from 15 states in interviews that focused on front-line staff recruitment, training, retention, and performance evaluation. This brief summarizes APPA’s findings and presents promising practices from the field.
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More Publications and Resources

Evaluation of the HUD-DOJ Pay for Success Permanent Supportive Housing Demonstration
HUD and DOJ

[Webinar] Connecting the Dots: Lessons Learned from a Comprehensive Juvenile Justice Systems Improvement Initiative
NRRC
 
[Webinar] Facts and Myths: Health Care Employment Opportunities for People with Criminal Records
NRRC
 
Model Policy: Transgender, Gendernonconforming, and Intersex Youth in Confinement Facilities
National PREA Resource Center
 
If Not the Adult System, Then Where? Alternatives to Adult Incarceration for Youth Certified as Adults
Campaign for Youth Justice
Law Enforcement Officers Respecting Service, Restoring Honor for Vets in Crisis
NIC

Levers of Change in Parole Release and Revocation
University of Minnesota Law School’s Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice
 
Next Steps in Federal Corrections Reform
Urban Institute
 
Optimizing the Effectiveness of Correctional Programming: The Importance of Dosage, Timing, and Sequencing
American Enterprise Institute
 
Does Our County Really Need a Bigger Jail? A Guide for Avoiding Unnecessary Jail Expansion
Prison Policy Initiative
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Featured Web Posts


Colorado Passes Juvenile Justice Reform Bill

Connecticut and Sonoma County, California Kick off Data-Driven Effort to Overhaul Juvenile Justice Systems

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U.S. House Appropriations Committee Approves FY2020 Second Chance Act Funding

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Pennsylvania Poised to Reform Probation and Parole

Featured Funding Opportunities

Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities
BJA
Deadline: June 25
The deadline has been extended to July 15 Innovative Reentry Initiatives: Building System Capacity and Testing Strategies to Reduce Recidivism
BJA
Deadline: June 25
The deadline has been extended to July 15
Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program
BJA
Deadline: June 25
The deadline has been extended to July 15 Data-Led Governing: Raising the Bar for States' Criminal Justice Policy and Practice Program
BJA
Deadline: July 16
 
YouthBuild Program
DOL
Deadline: August 6

Transforming Juvenile Probation Certificate Program
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform and The Council of State Governments Justice Center
Deadline: July 26
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Upcoming Events

2019 National Association of Counties Annual Conference and Exposition
July 12–15, Las Vegas, NV

American Correctional Association 149th Congress of Correction
Aug. 1–6, Boston, MA
 
2019 Crisis Intervention Team International Conference
Aug. 26–28, Seattle, WA
Forty-fourth Annual Training Institute
American Probation and Parole Association
Aug. 17–21, San Francisco, CA
 
National Conference on Higher Education in Prison
Alliance for Higher Education in Prison
Nov. 14–17, St. Louis, MO
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Media Clips

The Case for Doing Well by Doing Good: Hiring Returning Citizens Is Good for Business
Generocity—Pennsylvania
 
[Opinion] Employers Need to Tap an Under-Used Resource: The Re-Entry Population
Daily Memphian—Tennessee
 
New Probation Program Kicks off in Summit County
Akron Beacon Journal—Ohio
 
When Your Resume Says 'Prison'–How Do You Get a Job? Metropolitan Community College Has Program for Inmates
KETV-7—Nebraska
 
Solutions Explored to Help Incarcerated Women
The Pantagraph—Illinois
 
A Hub for Justice
The Citizen—Pennsylvania
[Opinion] Govs. Hutchinson, Burgum: All Americans Stand to Benefit from Fixing the Health Crisis in Our Nation's Jails
Fox News—National
 
Restorative Practices Aim to Help Jailed Youth
Daily Journal—California
 
State Program Gives Inmates Their Voice Back
Albuquerque Journal—New Mexico
 
Study: Link between Treatment Programs and Reduced Jail, Recidivism
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education—National
   
[Opinion] It Should Be Easier to Expunge Minor Crimes and Give People a Second Chance, Attorney Says
Star-Ledger—New Jersey
 
[Opinion] No Background Check, Drug Test or Credit Check. You’re Hired!
The New York Times—National
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This project was supported by Grant No. 2016-MU-BX-K011 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the SMART Office. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.
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