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Effective Case Planning Strategies

Past Event
February 2, 2012, 2:00 pm

Case plans provide a structured approach that helps supervising officers and probationers/parolees negotiate daily activities and achieve central reentry objectives. Effective case plans are dynamic instruments that organize a parolee or probationer’s behavioral expectations and are adapted according to his or her actions while on supervision. This webinar will demonstrate how case plans can be used as a tool to structure interactions between officers and supervisees by providing supervisees with clear, direct, short-term goals that encourage accountability and and promote long-term behavioral change.

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