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Community Correction Representative 1, G-18

Occupation Group

Corrections and Criminal Justice

General Information

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Job Description

As a Community Correction Representative 1, you would:

Monitor, review, and provide technical assistance to probation, community correction, and ATI program providers under the direction of a Community Correction Representative 2.

Schedule, coordinate, and conduct trainings sessions for probation professional staff including Probation Assistants, Probation Officers, Probation Supervisors, Probation Directors, and, occasionally, County Re-entry Task Force (CRTF) and ATI program staff and others.

Research rules and policies.

Conduct on-site reviews of providers, programs and probation departments; collects information and statistics; and writes reports.

Contact ATI programs, probation departments, or CRTFs to better understand the programs and services being proposed in the Raise the Age Comprehensive Plans, Annual Probation Plans, ATI Service Plans, or Re-entry Applications in order to complete plan application and/or grant application activities.

Gather relevant information and statistics to conduct basic review of information supporting critical incident reviews, awarded grants, and/or programmatic/fiscal audit by conducting surveys, contacting probation departments and other programs requesting copies of case documentation, reviewing online resources, reviewing documents prepared by DCJS research, and reviewing reports submitted by probation departments and programs.  

May conduct case analysis or critical incident reviews and/or programmatic/fiscal audits.

Monitor program compliance and writes programmatic and fiscal reports.

Perform regulatory oversight functions, and ensures compliance by covered programs and providers with applicable laws, rules, regulations, and contracts.

Review probation, re-entry, and ATI applications.  This may include 13A ATI applications; Requests for Proposals (RFP) or Requests for Applications (RFA) such as employment, Cognitive Behavioral Interventions or ATI programming; and probation staffing and services funding applications.

Minimum Qualifications

You must meet the requirements below to qualify for this title.

Bachelor's or higher degree and two years of experience at the federal, state, or local level in a criminal justice/juvenile justice agency or a human services agency, which involved providing services to a criminal justice/juvenile justice population.

Note: Service as a correction officer or paraprofessional is NOT considered qualifying. Examples of human services agencies are: mental health, substance abuse and treatment, and counseling agencies.

To Apply

To apply for the examination for this PCO Select Job Title you must apply for the PCO examination by February 22, 2017, fill out and submit the PCO Questionnaire by April 5, 2017, and take the PCO written test in April of 2017. The application for and information about the PCO examination is at: