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Target Audience: Professionals working to improve the outcomes and lives of justice-involved individuals, including, but not limited to: Community Corrections program staff, Community Corrections Board staff and members, Department of Corrections staff, Parole Officers, Parole Board members, Probation Officers, Treatment Providers, Office of Behavioral Health staff, Community-Based Organizations, Judges, Attorneys and Criminal Justice students.
Subjects of Interest may include, but are not limited to: Best practices in working with adult justice-involved individuals, 'Costs' of implementation of evidence-based practices, Criminal justice reform, Implementation theory to practice, Inter-agency collaboration, Leadership, LGBTI, Outcome measurement, Racial disparities in criminal justice, Rural perspectives, Staff development, Staff retention, Structured decision-making, and Treatment services
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The Governor’s Community Corrections Advisory Council establishes Community Corrections Standards. These standards establish minimum levels of service within Colorado community corrections programs and seek to reduce risks associated with managing offenders in the community.