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The following breakouts provide the current body count of adults on community supervision as of AM. Adult Community Supervision Report. Parole and Probation Services is responsible to provide supervision for all offenders on parole or supervised probation in the community. Parole and Probation Services consists of ninety five 95 staff with seventy five 75 sworn officers whom operate from sixteen 16 district offices located throughout the state.
Parole and Probation Services is also responsible to complete Pre-Sentence Investigations as ordered by the state district courts. The purpose of these investigations is to provide as much information to the courts as possible to allow for appropriate sentences for the offender. Case plans focus on the top criminogenic factors for the offender and reducing those risk factors. Community safety is top priority, but every effort is made to work with offenders in the community when appropriate.
Parole and Probation Officers embrace the Transition for Prison to Community TPC initiative and work closely with staff in all correctional facilities to make a seamless transition for the offenders from the institutions to the community. In order to provide maximum effectiveness in supervision, Parole and Probation Services utilizes several specialized caselo.
In addition, we have recently trained four officers who will focus their work on domestic violence cases. Home Parole and Probation. Parole and Probation Offices. Beulah Office. Bismarck Office. Bottineau Office. Devils Lake Office. Devils Lake, ND Dickinson Office. Suite Dickinson, ND Fargo Office. Fargo, ND Grafton Office. Grafton, ND Grand Forks Office.
Suite Grand Forks, ND Jamestown Office. Mandan Office. Minot Office. Oakes Office. Suite A Oakes, ND Rolla Office. Wahpeton Office. Suite D Wahpeton, ND or Washburn Office. Watford City Office. Box Watford City, ND Williston Office. Overview Parole and Probation Services is responsible to provide supervision for all offenders on parole or supervised probation in the community.
Worked closely with the Department of Human Services to develop a process for civilly committed sex offenders that are released onto community supervision. Trained four staff in our Minot, Grand Forks, Fargo, and Bismarck district offices to supervise domestic violence offenders. From that study we were able to better define different risk levels and develop supervision strategies based on the identified risk. Both of these skills focus on more effectively dealing with our offenders, and providing opportunities for positive change in behavior. Provided forensic training to our staff ased to work with the sex offender population.
This training allows staff to gather immediate information on what offenders are doing with their computers and cell phones. This training was utilized in December as compliance searches were conducted on sex offenders residing in 32 communities across the state.
We completed a workload study analysis. This information was used to identify where we were spending our time, and to direct focus onto supervision of high risk offenders. A comprehensive review and update was completed on our manual for Managing Non-Compliant Behavior.
This manual is used to assist staff when dealing with offender violations of the terms of their supervision. Assisted with the development of a management system that is used to monitor placements of offenders in our residential facilities. The focus is to develop a strategy upon entry whereby expectations are defined and a projected release date developed. The goal is to more efficiently and effectively move offenders through the facilities and reduce costs associated with these placements.
With the increasing of violent offenders under supervision, we have trained and equipped staff with tasers. The effort was deed to assist people who deal with various barriers to finding employment. There were 25 employers that participated, and job seekers attended the Fair.Adult searching sex Bismarck
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