Oct

14

Webinar: Smart Probation: Reducing Prison Populations, Saving Money, and Creating Safer Communities, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice

On April 26, 2012, the Bureau of Justice Assistance for applicants responding to the “Smart Probation: Reducing Prison Populations, Saving Money, and Creating Safer Communities” grant solicitation. The “Smart Probation” program assists state, local, and tribal agencies in developing and implementing strategies to improve probation supervision and reduce recidivism. These strategies may include incorporating evidence-based practices, expanding technical assistance and resources available to staff, and promoting greater collaboration among partners. To download a PDF of the PowerPoint prevention used in…

Past Event
October 14, 2013, 8:00 am

On April 26, 2012, the Bureau of Justice Assistance for applicants responding to the “Smart Probation: Reducing Prison Populations, Saving Money, and Creating Safer Communities” grant solicitation. The “Smart Probation” program assists state, local, and tribal agencies in developing and implementing strategies to improve probation supervision and reduce recidivism. These strategies may include incorporating evidence-based practices, expanding technical assistance and resources available to staff, and promoting greater collaboration among partners. To download a PDF of the PowerPoint prevention used in this webinar, click here.


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