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Member Spotlight: The Change Companies

For over 30 years, The Change Companies® has delivered cutting-edge behavior change resources to over 30 million individuals in justice services, faith-based programs, substance use treatment, impaired driving, healthcare, mental health and prevention education. We are the developers of the...

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Perspectives 2013 Winter

Secondary Trauma: The Personal Impact of Working with Criminal Offenders #workplace #professionaldevelopment #prevention

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Working with Female DWI/DUI Justice-Involved Individuals: A Supervision Guide

This Guide highlights some of the available research regarding female-responsive practices and strategies that can help bring about pro-social changes in women who are placed on community supervision for Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the Influence (DWI/DUI). It was developed to help...


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A Tribal Probation Officer’s Guide to Working with Victims

The work of tribal probation officers (TPOs) is essential in promoting individual and community safety. Victims and survivors are members of the tribal community whose lives are often irrevocably harmed and changed by crime. While victims are not the primary client for TPOs, they are in a unique...


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Tracking Sex Offenders with Electronic Monitoring Technology: Implications and Practical Uses for Law Enforcement

APPA provided assistance to the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to produce these documents: "Strategically Monitoring Sex Offenders: Accessing Community Corrections' Resources to Enhance Law Enforcement Capabilities" is a publication that identifies tools and information...

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Ten Things Probation and Parole Agencies Can Do to Commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 2014

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In recognition of this important campaign, the APPA Victim Issues Committee released “Ten Things Probation and Parole Agencies Can Do to Commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 2014.” In addition to the top ten things that agencies...