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Tulare County using alternative programs to manage AB 109 offenders

BI Incorporate alternatives to incarcerationIt has not yet been a full year since the 2011 Public Safety Realignment law, AB 109, went into effect and yet the changes to the Tulare County jail system have been dramatic. According to Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Capt.

BI Day Reporting Center highlighted by National Reentry Resource Center

BI Day Reporting CenterThe National Reentry Resource Center, an arm of the Council on State Governments that provides education, training, and technical assistance to states, tribes, territories, local governments, service providers, non-profit organizations, and corrections institutions

Prison length of stay determined by 4 primary factors

GEO Care day reporting serviceA prisoner’s length of stay is driven by a complicated mix of crime, conviction rates, policies and practices within the legislative, executive and judicial segments of government.

Pennsylvania hires prison reform expert to help trim correctional costs

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel brought in Tony Fabelo, a prison reform expert who helped Texas craft a plan for reducing its prison crowding and costs, to give the Keystone state some advice.

Watch: Video highlights BI Day Reporting Program, leading corrections experts

BI customer Linda Penner, Chief Probation Officer in Fresno County, is one of many experts highlighted in a new video released by the Pew Center on the States, a nonprofit that works to advance state policies that benefit the public interest.

Kern County probationers successfully complete DRC programming

Kern County DRC transition celebrationWhen probationers and parolees successfully complete a BI Day Reporting Center program, the contracting agency and BI coordinate a special event called a Transition Celebration.

Parolees give and grow with holiday food drive

Cognitive behavioral therapy involves interventions that focus on change through demonstrated behavior outcomes, according to Doris Layton MacKenzie’s “What Works in Corrrections.” Behavior change occurs through changes in a way a person perceives,

Tuolumne County Selects BI Incorporated to Open Day Reporting Program for Probationers

Tuolumne County Day Reporting Center The Tuolumne County Probation Department has selected BI Incorporated, the nation’s largest provider of treatment, training and supervision programs for community corrections, to open and operate

Louisville implements Kentucky’s first day reporting program

Louiville Day Reporting CenterLike many other governmental agencies across the nation, the Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government has faced chronic jail crowding (the 1,793-bed Louisville jail is consistently at capacity), increased costs and related