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The authors then detail their own descriptive research about successful reentry, gleaned from interviews with a selection of offenders and community corrections officers (CCOs) in Washington state.
Two chapters are given over to the authors' original qualitative findings from interviews with 21 ex-offenders and 19 community corrections officers in the state of Washington in 2012.
Violations may be handled informally by the supervising community corrections officer.
White, community corrections officer, Orange County Corrections Department, Orlando, Fla.
At the time of the collision, Mark Aldrich was employed as a community corrections officer with the state of Washington.
It also provides near real-time information to community corrections officers regarding police contacts with supervised offenders.
DJS also established a team of sexual behavior specialists comprised of juvenile community corrections officers (probation officers) who received special training and consultation to more effectively work with these youths.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- BI Incorporated unveiled an important new electronic monitoring option today, which will allow judges and community corrections officers to sentence offenders to home detention when no telephone service is available.