Community Corrections Collaborative Network

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CCCN
Opinion Survey
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Opinion Survey Cover image
Community Corrections Collaborative Network
Safe and Smart Ways To Solve America’s Correctional Challenges
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CCCN Safe and smart ways to solve correctional challenges cover
Myths & Facts
Using Risk and Need Assessments to Enhance Outcomes and Reduce Disparities in the Criminal Justice System
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Myths and Facts cover
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Community Corrections Collaborative Network Logo

About the CCCN

The CCCN works throughout the year to develop relationships with federal partners and non-governmental agencies in order to inform, guide and provide input around the pressing issues facing the field of community corrections.  Our network has released a variety of products, including a position paper “Safe and Smart Ways to Solve America’s Correctional Challenges,” a survey of community corrections professionals, and a myths and facts series, in addition to informing the field through radio shows, conference workshops,  webinars, and broadcasts.

It is comprised of the leading associations representing nearly 90,000-plus probation, parole, pretrial, and treatment professionals around the country that help supervise close to 4.7million individuals.

The Mission as a Network:

The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) will serve as the forum to develop and work the emerging issues, activities and goals of the community corrections field.

Who Makes Up the Community Corrections Collaborative Network?

The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) is comprised of the leading associations representing nearly 90,000-plus probation, parole, pretrial, and treatment professionals around the country that help supervise close to  4.7  million individuals.  The CCCN includes:

 

Greg Crawford - Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN)

Projects

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Media

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Videos

Determining Risk

Risk Factors

Risk, Need, Responsivity Using Medical Analogy

Risk, Need, Responsivity

Melissa Fitzgerald, Director of Advancing Justice Initiative, National Association of Drug Court Professionals

 

Webinars

San Diego County Community Transition Center, Live National Discussion

 


HOPE Probation: Hawaii's Opportunity Probation with Enforcement

The "Beyond Prison" video embedded in this Webinar is courtesy of
"CCPOA Beyond Prison from McNally Temple Associates".

Podcasts

CCCN Resources

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CCCN Overview

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Overview

In a response to a technical assistance request in November, 2011, NIC convened a series of meetings to discuss the viability of forming a working group of community corrections professionals. We determined there was a need and benefit to the field if we invited nationally and internationally based corrections associations such as: American Probation and Parole Association (APPA), Association of Paroling Authorities International (APAI), Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association (FPPOA), International Community Corrections Association (ICCA), National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA), and the National Association of Probation Executives (NAPE). The group assembled together in Washington DC on September 26 & 27, 2012 to form "The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN)" and to determine the purpose, mission and vision of this network. The network defined its mission as: "The Community Corrections Collaborative Network will serve as the forum to develop and work the emerging issues, activities and goals of the community corrections field."

As a collective group, the network agreed to develop a position paper with the intent of examining the reinvestment of resources in community corrections. The CCCN wants to form partnerships in the criminal justice community and create a shared message and understanding of community corrections; influence legislation, funding and policy at the federal, state, and local levels; and assist in prioritizing research areas from national and international operational experience which promotes evidence-based practices. The CCCN meets twice per fiscal year, typically once in the early spring and once in the fall.

Mission

The Community Corrections Collaborative Network (CCCN) will serve as the forum to develop and work the emerging issues, activities and goals of the community corrections field.

Vision

The Community Corrections Collaborative Network will:

  • Create a shared message and understanding of community corrections;
  • Influence community corrections legislation, funding and policy at the federal, state and local levels;
  • Assist in prioritizing research areas that emerge from international and national operational experience which promotes evidence based practices;
  • And enhance the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of community corrections-related professional associations.
  • Definition of Community Corrections

Community corrections is a system established to supervise adults and juveniles under legal authority in the community, in order to promote justice and enhance public safety through the reduction of crime and victimization.

Criteria for Membership in the Network

National or international membership-based associations that are (1) primarily focused on community corrections as understood in this Network's definition of community corrections. (See above) and (2) are comprised primarily of practitioners. There will be two (2) at-large positions on CCCN with persons nominated annually by CCCN association representatives with no person serving more than two y ears. To be eligible for an at-large position a person must have been an association representative on CCCN. NIC will determine which nominees will be confirmed. An outgoing president of an association with a seat on CCCN may continue for one CCCN meeting past the end of his/her term.

Note: Each member association's executive board will name two representatives, the president and vice president or their equivalent, with expressed authority to act on behalf of the association of the Network.

Decision-making Within the Network

The Network will make decisions on a consensus basis. However, if that proves impossible on a particular issue, even after sincere efforts, the Network can choose to decide by achieving a two-thirds majority vote on that issue.

If the Network does not reach agreement on a particular initiative, some member associations may choose to coalesce to act on that initiative, but may not use the name of the Network.

Expectations of the Network's Member Associations

  • Their representatives commit to attend Network meetings.
  • The associations promote the Network's initiatives and products.
  • The associations commit to the Vision and Mission of the Network.
  • Those representing the member associations on the Network actively participate in discussions both in Network meetings and as needed between meetings.
  • Representatives engage their own association in the work of the Network.
  • Representatives remain system focused at the Network meetings, not association focused.

For additional information, please contact Greg Crawford, Correctional Program Specialist - National Institute of Corrections

CCCN Member Associations

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Association of Paroling Authorities International (APAI)
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APAI is the recognized voice for the highest professional standards of responsible parole practices.

American Probation and Parole Association (APPA)
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APPA is an international association composed of members from the United States, Canada, and other countries actively involved with probation, parole, and community-based corrections in both adult and juvenile sectors.

Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association (FPPOA)
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FPPOA is a professional organization for federal Probation and Pretrial Services Officers. FPPOA works closely with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, the Bureau of Prisons, the Sentencing Commission and the Parole Commission, to promote professionalism within the federal criminal justice system.

International Community Corrections Association (ICCA)
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ICCA is a membership organization dedicated to promoting community- based corrections for adults and juveniles to enhance public safety.

National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP)
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NADCP is the premier national membership, training, and advocacy organization for the Drug Court model, representing over 31,000 multi-disciplinary justice professionals and community leaders. NADCP hosts the largest annual training conference on drugs and crime in the nation and provides 130 training and technical assistance events each year through its professional service branches, the National Drug Court Institute, the National Center for DWI Courts and Justice for Vets: The National Veterans Treatment Court Clearinghouse.

National Association of Probation Executives (NAPE)
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NAPE is dedicated to enhancing the professionalism and effectiveness in the field of probation by creating a national network for probation executives, bringing about positive change in the field, and making available a pool of experts in probation management, program development, training, and research.

National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA)
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NAPSA is the national professional association for the pretrial release and pretrial diversion fields.

Network Progress Report

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The CCCN Progress Report, November 2017
A timeline and list of accomplishments for the Community Corrections Collaborative Network
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CCCN Progress Report 2017 Cover

Contact CCCN

Contact CCCN

CCCN Project Manager

Greg Crawford

Greg Crawford, CPS
Community Services Division
gcrawford@bop.gov
202-514-4273

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