CEPP Supports Community Supervision Agencies Through Training, Technical Assistance, and Resources
The Latest from CEPP May 2022
On any given day in 2020, nearly twice as many people were under community supervision—most commonly parole and probation—as there were in jails and state and federal prisons. Probation and parole agencies are asked to supervise and manage these individuals safely and economically. The fact that the number of individuals under community supervision vastly exceeds the number of people incarcerated makes the job of probation and parole agencies even more challenging.
Supervision agencies are interested in looking at how to most effectively manage the people they supervise, promote success for individuals under supervision, and encourage the safety and well-being of the communities to which they will return.
For decades, CEPP has worked with these agencies to ensure they have the tools and information they need to make sound, evidence-based decisions that will lead to better outcomes for individuals and communities.
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