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Transition Services in the Division of Community Corrections. Karen R. Pardue Assistant Chief of Program Services May 1-3, 2007. Service Partners. Division of Prisons Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission Office of Research and Planning Office of Transition Services

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Transition services in the division of community corrections

Transition Services in the Division of Community Corrections

Karen R. Pardue

Assistant Chief of Program Services

May 1-3, 2007


Service partners

Service Partners

  • Division of Prisons

  • Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission

  • Office of Research and Planning Office of Transition Services

  • TASC-Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities

  • North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services


More service partners

More Service Partners…

  • Community Colleges

  • Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Faith Based Communities

  • Business Communities

  • Housing Authorities

  • Employment agencies


Mission statement

Mission Statement

  • Protect the safety of citizens in our communities throughout the state by providing viable alternatives and meaningful supervision to offenders placed in our custody.

  • Our primary goal is to accomplish our mission by reaching an equal balance of control and treatment for offenders that will positively affect their behavior and lifestyle patterns.


Community corrections complexities

Community Corrections Complexities

  • IntensiveVictim Notification

  • Day Reporting CenterFugitive Task Force

  • IntermediateCommunity Policing

  • Community Going Home Initiative

  • Domestic ViolenceProject Safe Neighborhoods

  • Judicial ServicesSatellite Substance Abuse

  • BlendingResource Centers

  • CBIDrug Treatment Court

  • EHASchool Partnership

  • GPSEmergency Management

  • Urban Supervision PlanCommunity Threat Group

  • DWI CourtInterstate Compact

  • Strategy TeamTraining

  • Drug ScreeningHomelessness


The four cs

The Four “Cs”

  • Communication

  • Cooperation

  • Collaboration

  • Coordination


Better communication

Better Communication

  • Within DCC…sharing information with each other

  • Outside DCC…sharing information with our partners

  • Reaching in…Reaching out…


Offender management model

Offender Management Model

  • Offender Management Strategy

    • Community Supervision is a process to engage the offender in an information sharing discussion to identify needs.

    • Intervention strategies are proactive responses to identified offender needs.


What can be done

What can be done???

  • 1. Identify Local Resources

  • 2. Contact with local resources to foster collaboration with DCC staff at the local level

  • 3. Work together to match the needs of offenders with the available resources


Summary

Summary

  • Remember More with the Four “Cs”

    More Communication

    More Cooperation

    More Collaboration

    More Coordination


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