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Correctional Options Development and Training

Both from the point of view of protecting the public interest and that of achieving improved offender outcomes, many jurisdictions are assembling alternative sentencing structures that can satisfy a range of punishment and rehabilitation goals.

ILJ instructors, together with co-hosting organizations such as the Crime and Justice Foundation of  Massachusetts, the Georgia Department of Corrections, the Ohio Community Corrections Institute, the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Council of Governments, and Multnomah County Sheriff's Department, have provided training and technical assistance on subjects such as:


  • Sentencing goals and program elements
  • Targeting and screening of offenders
  • Juvenile issues
  • Community service
  • Day reporting
  • Day fines
  • House arrest
  • Boot camps
  • Evaluation of intermediate and alternative sanctions

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