Training for community corrections personnel is of paramount importance. As an officer of the court, you cannot choose who ends up on your supervision caseload; therefore, you have to have the knowledge, skills, and tools to work with a wide range of offender types, individual issues, responsivity factors, etc. To put it literally, you have to be an “expert generalist”. Additionally, you are charged with supervising individuals in a community setting; thus, you are to provide supervision, services, and interventions to protect the public, protect the victims, and lead the individuals on your caseload to a path of change. This page will provide you with information on an array of training and professional development opportunities available specific to tribal community corrections personnel.
- Accessing Resources for Reentry Programs in Tribal Communities
July 26, 2018
- Sex Offenders and Reentry
June 27, 2018
- Working with Tribal Victims
May 23, 2018
- Impact of TLOA and VAWA
May 10, 2018
- Difference in Federal/State/Tribal Reentry
April 5, 2018
- Jurisdictional Issues and Reentry
February 22, 2018
- Addressing Responsivity Issues for American Indian/Alaska Native Individuals on Community Supervision
November 19, 2015
Webinar | Handouts
APPA conducts the largest national training institute for community corrections offering workshops, special sessions, resource expo, and networking opportunities tailored to your needs. When you attend an APPA Training Institute, you will be exposed to discussions on the latest theories and examine the newest technologies as you connect to your peers in enjoyable networking opportunities.
APPA holds two institutes a year. An Annual Institute in the summer and a Winter Institute.
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Tribal Probation Academy
APPA is proud to offer the Tribal Probation Academy. This academy is designed to provide foundational knowledge and skills on the purpose of community corrections and core correctional practices grounded in cultural considerations.
Online Training for Tribal Community Corrections Personnel
Pretrial Risk Assessment & Risk Mitigation Strategies
This lesson is designed to provide learners with an understanding of pretrial risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies. Learners will see an example of a validated pretrial risk assessment instrument and have the opportunity use that instrument to assess the risks of several defendants and develop a risk mitigation plan that could be recommended to the court based upon your risk assessment findings.
Skills for Pretrial Services Practitioners: Interviewing Techniques
This online self-paced training course provides tribal community corrections professionals with an overview of the interview process, key interviewing skills and ethical responsibilities of the pretrial interviewer.