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Webinar: Community Corrections and Classifications 5/22/17

5/22/17  1:00 PM EST – Community Corrections and Classification

This episode is from TAPSTI, a 501(c)(3) non-profit promoting Peacekeeping Justice – an intelligent alternative where Public Safety personnel operate as a highly trained and motivated Peacekeeping force and are thus respected, appreciated and supported here in the homeland. You can find all our podcasts at www.bluelineradio.org, and our news magazine at www.blueline.news. We are 100% volunteer and always appreciate donations at the https://www.tapsti.org main webpage.

This episode examines how classification is handled within the Community Corrections system. Reference materials include “Community Corrections” by Dennis J. Stevens as well as research material which will be referenced. We will be reviewing such topics as explaining why some classifications are associated with specific crime types, describing the five general activities of the classification process, describing criminogenic classification, and more! Guests are advised this webinar is being recorded and portions thereof may be converted for use in training and/or other uses without remuneration to any participants.

Registration: http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=ED50DC8187493D


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