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What does CPO stand for?

CPO stands for Corrections Program Office

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Corrections Program Office Another OJP office, the Corrections Program administers state grants for traditional and alternative correctional facilities, including boot camps, by making formula and discretionary awards available.
The Issues To help policy-makers decide if there is a better way to think about sentencing and corrections, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), the research arm of the Justice Department, along with the Justice Department's Corrections Program Office (CPO), has been holding a series of "executive sessions" to discuss these issues.
NIJ, the Corrections Program Office, the Executive Office of Weed and Seed and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services are collaborating on the Reentry Partnership Initiative, designed to strengthen the working relationships between criminal justice agencies and the community, including the business community, to prepare for and manage the transition of offenders from prison to the community.
Partnering with the Corrections Program Office, the Community-Oriented Policing Services Office and the Executive Office for Weed and Seed, NIJ recently convened a meeting of several state correctional leaders to think through the issues and needs inherent in re-entry.
NIC and Correctional Programs Office Partnership A partnership formed with NIC and the Corrections Program Office of the Office of Justice Programs has enhanced NIC's ability to address classification and technology concerns systematically.
Evidence of collaboration is apparent in the partnerships CDC has made with agencies that work within the criminal justice system, such as the American Correctional Association, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Corrections Program Office, the National Institute of Corrections and the Office of National Drug Control Policy.