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[Summary]Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) Danielle Kaeble, Laura M. Maruschak, Thomas P. Bonczar, Bureau of Justice Statistics November 19, 2015 NCJ 249057 Presents data on adult offenders under community supervision while on probation or parole in 2014. Th

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Danielle Kaeble, Laura M. Maruschak, Thomas P. Bonczar, Bureau of Justice Statistics

November 19, 2015 NCJ 249057

Presents data on adult offenders under community supervision while on probation or parole in 2014. The report presents trends over time for the overall community supervision population and describes changes in the probation and parole populations. It provides statistics on the number of offenders entering and exiting probation and parole and the mean time served as well as national-level data on the distribution of offenders on probation or parole by sex, race or Hispanic origin, most serious offense type, and status of supervision. It also presents outcomes of supervision, including the rate at which offenders completed their term of supervision or were returned to incarceration. Appendix tables include jurisdiction-level information on the population counts and number of entries and exits for probation and parole; jurisdiction-level information on the types of entries and exits for parole.

Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists : Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

What Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists Do About this section

Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists monitor and work with probationers to prevent them from committing new crimes.

Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists typically do the following:

Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists : Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

What Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists Do About this section

Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists monitor and work with probationers to prevent them from committing new crimes.

Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists typically do the following:

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

Probation refers to adult offenders whom courts place on supervision in the community through a probation agency, generally in lieu of incarceration. However, some jurisdictions do sentence probationers to a combined short-term incarceration sentence immediately followed by probation, which is referred to as a split sentence. Probations can have a number of different supervision statuses including active supervision, which means they are required to regularly report to a probation authority in person, by mail, or by telephone. Some probationers may be on an inactive status which means they are excluded from regularly reporting, and that could be due to a number of reasons. For instance, some probationers may be placed on inactive status immediately because the severity of the offense was minimal or some may receive a reduction in supervision and therefore may be moved from an active to inactive status. Other supervision statuses include probationers who only have financial conditions remaining, have absconded, or who have active warrants. In many instances, while on probation, offenders are required to fulfill certain conditions of their supervision (e.g., payment of fines, fees or court costs, participation in treatment programs) and adhere to specific rules of conduct while in the community. Failure to comply with any conditions can result in incarceration.

Bureau of Justice Statistics Probation and Parole Report | Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association

WASHINGTON – The number of adults under correctional supervision in the United States declined by less than one percent during 2009, dropping to 7,225,800 (or 48,800 fewer offenders than at yearend 2008), the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced today. This was the first measured decline in the total number of adults under correctional supervision since BJS began reporting these populations in 1980.

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

Erinn J. Herberman, Ph.D., Thomas P. Bonczar, Bureau of Justice Statistics

October 28, 2014 NCJ 248029

Presents data on adult offenders under community supervision while on probation or parole in 2013. The report presents trends over time for the overall community supervision population and describes changes in the probation and parole populations. It provides statistics on the entries and exits from probation and parole and the mean time served. It also presents outcomes of supervision, including the rate at which offenders completed their term of supervision or were returned to incarceration. Appendix tables include jurisdiction-level information on the population counts and number of entries and exits for probation and parole, jurisdiction-level information on the types of entries and exits for parole, and national-level data on the distribution of offenders on probation or parole by sex, race or Hispanic origin, most serious offense type, and status of supervision.

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

Lauren E. Glaze, Erinn J. Herberman, Ph.D., Bureau of Justice Statistics

December 19, 2013 NCJ 243936

Summarizes data from various correctional collections to provide statistics on the number of offenders supervised by the adult correctional systems in the United States. Adult correctional systems include offenders supervised in the community under the authority of probation or parole agencies and inmates held in state and federal prisons or local jails. The report examines the size and change in the total correctional population, the impact of changes in the community supervision and incarcerated populations during 2012, and the declining rate of offenders under correctional supervision over the past 5 years. The report also describes the impact of the California Public Safety Realignment Act of 2011 on changes in California's correctional populations and its broader impact on the U.S. correctional populations. Appendix tables provide additional information on other correctional populations, including prisoners under military jurisdiction, inmates held by correctional authorities in the U.S. territories and commonwealths, and jail inmates held in Indian country facilities.

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