Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole [ ]
The Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole is committed to protecting the safety of the public, addressing the needs of crime victims, improving county adult probation and parole services and assisting in the fair administration of justice by ensuring the custody, control, and treatment of offenders under the jurisdiction of the Board.
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How parole is keeping Pennsylvania's communities safer.
As part of its endeavor to improve outcomes, the Board continually examines and refines its policies, procedures and practices in light of the latest research and has implemented many changes.
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The Board values its relationships with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in each of its districts in order to enhance public safety. The Board has worked with law enforcement entities in four broad categories: 1) confidential informants; 2) information sharing; 3) committees and work groups; and 4) warrant enforcement/partnered patrols. This document outlines some of those initiatives within the parole districts.
Parole Violator Centers are designed to help you with your adjustment to life in the community under parole supervision. These Centers focus on providing immediate treatment and programming that are specific to your circumstances. It is the goal of the Parole Board to address your violation behavior in order to help you successfully complete parole and lead a law-abiding lifestyle.
The Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole has completed a year-long project to insure that the Board’s tools and policies reflect the most current thinking in the field regarding parole board decisionmaking, and are aligned with the principle of evidence based practice.
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