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HFTIC 003| Treatment Planning and Documentation From assessment to community supervision 

How to develop individualized case plans for community supervision of offenders

Presentation Overview

While community corrections departments across the nation are implementing risk/need assessment tools, a service gap has developed between assessment data and its effective application in the field of supervision. Community corrections departments have consistently identified this service gap "case planning" as a critical training need. This workshop will improve participant skills for developing focused, targeted, individualized case plans for community supervision of offenders.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review principles of individualized case planning and how to engage the offender in a supervision contract.
  • Identify how evidence-based principles of effective correctional intervention are incorporated into workable and accountable case plans
  • Apply methods to individualize problems, goals and strategies into case plans that have offender "buy-in" and collaboration


New York State should pass legislation to raise the age of adult criminal responsibility from 16 to 18 so that youth who are charged with a crime are treated in more age appropriate manner.


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