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The Paroling Authority Self-Assessment Checklist was developed as a quick, concise self-assessment tool that paroling authorities can use to consider their current practices, and the degree to which they mirror the National Parole Resource Center’s practice targets for risk reduction. This checklist can be printed and used by paroling authority members together as a board to assess how well their current practices align with the ten practice targets for parole excellence, and where they might consider strengthening their efforts to promote successful outcomes for parolees.
“Understanding the Challenges of Assessing and Responding to the Risk and Needs of Justice Involved Women” and “Maximizing Supervision Effectiveness: Aligning Case Planning Goals with Case Conditions.” Click here to register!
By the Numbers: Parole Release and Revocation Across 50 States. This report combines multiple data sources and, for the first time, provides an overview of the movements between prison and parole for each state, focusing on the decision points of parole release and parole revocation. This information allows for a comprehensive picture of each state, both as a snapshot and longitudinally. For each state, information is presented on prison and parole rates over time, the percentage of prison admissions that are due to people on conditional release, the percentage of hearings by the parole board that result in parole being granted, the rate of re-incarceration for parolees, and the percentage of parolees who exit parole due to an incarceration versus a successful completion of supervision.