Oct

14

Webinar: Evidence-Based Practices of Community Supervision: Part II, What Works in Parole Supervision

The second part of this two-part webinar series, held December 13, 2011, highlighted what works in the parole supervision process. Presenters focused specifically on reentry from prison to the community. They explained how paroling authorities can incorporate the use of EBPs into their reentry strategies, citing examples and success stories from their respective jurisdictions.

The first webinar focused on incorporating EBPs into probation supervision. The webinar included presentations from Dr. Geraldine Nagy, Director of the Travis County, Texas Community Supervision…

Past Event
October 14, 2013, 8:00 am

The second part of this two-part webinar series, held December 13, 2011, highlighted what works in the parole supervision process. Presenters focused specifically on reentry from prison to the community. They explained how paroling authorities can incorporate the use of EBPs into their reentry strategies, citing examples and success stories from their respective jurisdictions.

The first webinar focused on incorporating EBPs into probation supervision. The webinar included presentations from Dr. Geraldine Nagy, Director of the Travis County, Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Department, and Deena Corso, Clinical Supervisor of the Multnomah County, Oregon Department of Community Justice, Juvenile Services Division.  To download a PDF of the PowerPoint slide presentation used in this webinar, click here.

To download a PDF of the PowerPoint slides used in this presentation, click here.

 


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