Sex Offender Management
IACP is pursuing comprehensive violence reduction strategies to enhance public safety. Returning offenders, including those previously incarcerated for violent and/or sex crimes, pose significant challenges to communities.
In partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ), the IACP is working to assist law enforcement through the identification and highlighting of potentially progressive approaches to offender reentry and sex offender management.
This document, created in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, serves to introduce the roles and responsibilities of parole and probation officers. Aimed at line officers, this primer identifies the benefits of partnering with community corrections officials. For more information, please contact Nancy Kolb.
Click here to download Probation and Parole: A Primer for Law Enforcement Officers in PDF.
This guide, developed in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is aimed at chief executives and focuses on the benefits and typologies of police-corrections partnerships. The guide also provides a blueprint for a partnership model. For more information, contact Nancy Kolb.
Click here to download Police-Corrections Partnerships: Collaborating for Strategic Crime Control in PDF.
The IACP, in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, US DOJ, has produced a video highlighting three successful police-corrections partnerships. This 13 minute video provides examples of how partnerships facilitate information sharing and advance agency efforts to strategically address methamphetamines, sex offenders, and gangs. The video can be viewed in it's entirety or in individual segments. For more information, please contact Nancy Kolb.
Sex Offenders Segment