a) The improvement of supervision strategies that will reduce recidivism and provide training, technical assistance, and policy support.
b) The promotion and improvement of collaborative tendencies among agencies and officials who work in probation, pretrial, law enforcement, and related community corrections fields.
c) The development and implementation of strategies for the identification, supervision, and treatment of high risk/high needs probationers that may serve as a model for other agencies throughout the entire nation.
d) The objective assessment and evaluation of the impact of innovative and evidenced-based supervision and treatment strategies.
e) The appropriate demonstration of the use and efficacy of evidence-based practices and principles to improve the delivery of probation supervision strategies and practices.
In order to support these initiatives, the Office of Justice Programs is ready to administer funds in the amount of $500,000 to the eligible grantee of the Smart Probation: Reducing Prison Populations, Saving Money, and Creating Safer Communities Program.
The institutions and organization who will be deemed eligible to submit an application under this program are the following:
a) State Governments
b) City and Township Governments
c) County Governments
d) Native American Tribal Governments
>The United States Department of Justice, the mother agency financing the program, is the country's premiere agency in defending the interest of the United States while ensuring public safety against threats from foreign and domestic parties.
Smart Probation: Reducing Prison Populations, Saving Money, and Creating Safer Communities Program
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