We have developed a series of orientation programs for new officers in facility and community settings. Drawing from evidence-based research, we have designed curriculum to increase staff proficiency in working with justice involved males and females.
Our orientation training varies in length and is customized to address the specific needs of each agency and setting. Training activities are interactive, incorporate multi-media, and are designed to optimize the transfer of new skills.
Agencies can choose from an array of topics such as:
- Introduction to the Evidence-Based Research
- Legal Issues
- Foundation Skills for Interviewing
- Advanced Interviewing Skills
- Behavior Management
- Proactive Supervision
- Effective Case Work
- Risk, Need, Strengths Assessment
- Case Mapping
- Goal Setting
- Strategies, Services and Supports
- Professional Boundaries
- Specialized Case Loads
- Mental Health
- Physical Health
- Substance Abuse
- Trauma-Informed Practice
- Sex Offenders
New officers will learn how they can effectively apply research-based practices within the day-to-day tasks of community supervision or when managing offender behavior within a facility setting.
If you’d like more information on our training programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.