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Data Collection: Census of Adult Parole Supervising Agencies
Status: Active
Frequency: 2006
Latest data available: 2006

Collected data from parole supervising organizations about the organizational structure of the agencies, staffing, supervision levels of offenders, and whether the parole agency had a role in considering prisoners for release, setting the conditions of supervision, and conducting parole revocation hearings. This collection was conducted one time in 2006. The census was sent to 68 respondents, including 50 central state reporters, the California Juvenile Justice Division, and the District of Columbia. Sixteen local Minnesota Community Corrections Act agencies were asked to provide information on staffing and supervision not available from the state.

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Collection Period

2006

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Methodology

The Census was sent to 68 respondents, including 50 central state reporters, the California Juvenile Justice Division, and the District of Columbia. Sixteen local Minnesota Community Corrections Act agencies were asked to provide information on staffing and supervision not available from the state.

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Changes Over Time

One time collection

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Related Topics

  • Corrections
  • Corrections | Community Corrections (Probation and Parole) | Parole
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    Additional Information

    The 2006 Census of Adult Parole Supervising Agencies provided the sampling frame for the BJS Former Prisoner Survey.

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