Community Supervision Training
The National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada
This four-day comprehensive training is designed for community supervision officers (to include probation, parole, pre-trial services, and law enforcement personnel). Since community supervision officers are most often in the field monitoring the status of drug offenders, it is vitally important that they create partnerships within the drug court team and the community. NDCI uses an expert panel of probation and law enforcement officers to deliver the best in team approaches and strategies for building community support.
Topics will include, but are not limited to:
- Incentives and sanctions
- Drug testing protocols
- Intervention and enforcement strategies
- Case management strategies
- Role of community supervision in drug court
Who Should Attend?
Police officers, sheriffs' deputies, probation officers, parole agents and others conducting field service and monitoring the status of drug court clients in the community working or will soon be working in drug courts that are fully operational or in the planning or start-up phase.
$825 for non-members
$742.50 for members
Cancellations are refundable up to 30 days prior to the training date. Cancellations received after that time will be handled as follows: cancellations received 16-30 days prior to the training may receive a 50 percent refund (less a $100 processing fee), cancellations received 15 days or less prior to the training will not receive a refund. All cancellations must be in writing.
GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration without payment will not be processed. Do not fax registration form without payment. One registration form per registrant. Duplications of this form are acceptable. Information should be legible. Federal Tax ID #54-1791197.
REGISTRATION FEE PAYMENT
Registration fees may be paid by check, money order or credit card. Make checks payable to NADCP. Purchase orders are not accepted.
Agenda times and dates are subject to change. Do not purchase airline tickets until at least 30 days before the first training day.
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