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2024 Special Presentations (APPA, APAI, NAEO and SD Technical & Training Assistance)

Ensuring Successful Supervision through Cooperative Solutions


On February 27, 2024, the Commission presented at the American Probation and Parole Association Winter Training Institute in Seattle, Washington. There, community supervision and judicial professionals learned the general principles and purposes of the Interstate Compact as well as how states balance Interstate Compact rule requirements with their impact on the individuals under supervision. Collaboration among state agencies, including community corrections, courts, jails, and other stakeholders, is critical to improving outcomes by allowing supervised individuals to be where they can be most successful while promoting public safety in their communities.

 

South Dakota Technical & Training Assistance

On April 24, 2024, national trainers attended both the court services and parole officer statewide trainings in Sioux Falls, SD.  There field staff learned the general principles and purposes of the Interstate Compact as well as effective problem solving and tips for improving efficiencies with the compact processes and use of ICOTS.  

Improving Supervision through Collaborative Partnerships

On May 6th 2024, the Commission presented at the Association of Paroling Authorities International Training Institute in Seattle, Washington.  There, parole professionals learned the general principles and purposes of the Interstate Compact as well a how active engagement amongst stakeholders improves supervision outcomes.    

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