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Perspectives 2020 - V44 N1 - Full Issue

What evidence do we have that our post-incarceration programs are working to their fullest? There are so many difficulties facing those returning to their communities that continued review of best practices is essential. Our latest issue takes an in-depth look at the links between Evidence-Based...

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Reentry Courts

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Treatment Mandates, Diversion Programs, and Drug Courts

For many community corrections clients, the mandate to desist substance abuse is the first step on the way to recovery. The community corrections system plays a vital role in forcing clients to stop using and get help. But those two elements, desistance and treatment, require different...

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Tribal Law and Order Act: Enhanced Sentencing Authority: Tribal Code Development Considerations & Quick Reference Overview & Checklist

This publication provides background information on how the Tribal Law & Order Act of 2010 amended the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1978 as well as a quick-reference checklist to aide jurisdictions as they initiate discussions around or begin planning for implementation of this new authority....


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Perspectives 2014 Winter

The American Probation and Parole Association is pleased to announce the release of the Winter 2014 issue of Perspectives—our largest issue in over 38 years of publication. The lead article titled, The Veterans Treatment Court Concept in Practice: Issues for Practitioners by Julie M. Baldwin, Ph...

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Impact of TLOA and VAWA

This webinar examines the impact of TLOA and VAWA across several subjects. The webinar explores the impact of TLOA and VAWA on defendants’ rights in tribal courts, impact on sentencing in tribal courts, impact on definitions of crimes under tribal law, what constitutes a felony, and the impact...

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Differences in Federal, State, and Tribal Reentry

This webinar examines the reentry of offenders, both native and non-native, into tribal communities and how the legal and cultural dynamics differ from state and federal reentry. Because Indian Tribes are sovereign nations with the authority to enact and be governed by their own laws, when...

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Maneuvering the Jurisdictional Maze When Planning for Reentry in Tribal Jurisdictions

There are 565 federally recognized tribes that must navigate a jurisdictional maze at many different justice system levels when trying to plan for home reentry for tribal members who have been incarcerated. Unique challenges for tribes exist in several areas, including considerable shortcomings...