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354 Hunter Street
Minimum Qualifications Must pass a Civil Service examination. Must have a Bachelor's degree with a major in Community Health and Family Studies, Correctional Studies, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Psychology, Public Justice, Social Work, Sociology, or Vocational Rehabilitation.
Duties Description Meets assigned offender to gather information about background, interests, abilities and provides offender with information about the facility and programs. Guides offenders in adjusting to programs by identifying problems that affect behavior and developing appropriate rehabilitation program. Guides a group offenders in identifying individuals or group problems. Recommends offender for services provided by others. Guides offender in resolution of personal problems not directly related to facility living. Preparation for release from incarceration. May act as Chairperson of committees that evaluate, classify and program offenders. Implement discharge planning activities in order to prepare for release and reintegration into the community. Prepares summary reports for parole board for review. Attends board hearings, may serve the offender with board decisions and participates in rescission and preliminary parole violation hearings. Coordinates with field parole staff in the development of final discharge summary.
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