Advocacy, Association, Corrections, Education & Training, Evidence-based Programs & Practices, Parole, Policy, Probation, Research, Standards
American Probation and Parole Association

The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is an international membership organization for community corrections, providing training and education to probation and parole practitioners. Established in 1975, APPA offers a range of resources for professionals in the field, including webinars, conferences, and publications on topics such as evidence-based practices, risk assessment, and reentry. The organization also offers accreditation for community corrections agencies, recognizing excellence in the field. APPAs mission is to promote and enhance public safety and support the fair administration of justice by advancing the practice of community corrections.

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Parole Preparation Project

The Parole Preparation Project is a non-profit organization that provides legal and other support services to incarcerated individuals who are eligible for parole in New York State. The organizations goal is to help prepare these individuals for their parole hearings and increase their chances of successful release. The Parole Preparation Project offers a range of services, including legal representation, individualized parole preparation plans, and community support resources. The organization also advocates for policy reforms that promote fairness and transparency in the parole process. The Parole Preparation Project is an important resource for incarcerated individuals and their families, providing critical support and advocacy to promote successful reentry and reduce recidivism.

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