Topics Related to Community Correction

Congratulations to 75 DPS law enforcement professionals who were recently recognized for their professional accomplishments. They were awarded Advanced Law Enforcement Certificates on Friday, Nov. 4 by the N.C.

A few weeks ago on the morning of Aug. 31, Robeson Confinement in Response to Violation (CRV) Center and Geo Reentry Services joined forces to make International Overdose Awareness Day a memorable occasion. What the staff didn’t know was that this event would become more impactful than they could have imagined.

Una infractora de la ley, participante en la iniciativa de Extensión de Límites de Confinamiento y, quien se había fugado de su unidad de alojamiento aprobada, localizada en Asheville, ha sido detenida.

An offender participating in Extending the Limits of Confinement (ELC) who absconded from her approved residence in Asheville last year has been apprehended.

Class 20 became the Class of ’22.

The 20th crop of future leaders in Adult Corrections was supposed to finish the year-long Corrections Leadership Development Program back in 2020. Then COVID-19 struck.

En reconocimiento al importante servicio público proporcionado por oficiales de libertad provisional y delibertad probatoria del estado, el gobernador Roy Cooper proclamó del 17 al 23 de julio de 2022 como Semana Conmemorativa de Oficiales de Libertad Provisional, Libertad Probatoria y Supervisión en Comunidad en Carolina del Norte.

Every day, the more than 2,000 officers of Community Corrections carry out their sometimes unheralded mission as Probation/Parole Officers for the State of North Carolina. 

While you might not have noticed them in your community, they provide critical public service at all hours of the day and night.

In recognition of the important public service provided by the state’s probation/parole officers, Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed July 17-23, 2022, as Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Officers’ Week in North Carolina.

And the winner is…. A group of Community Corrections employees and partners who dealt with an unprecedented issue that led to a project never before attempted in the department got a special award for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. The award was presented during the recent North Carolina Probation Parole Association training institute in Durham recently.