Community Corrections Officer Resume Examples

community corrections officer

  • Interviewing offenders and monitoring compliance
  • Creating detailed reports for the Courts and Police.
  • Liaising with various organisations
  • Monitor and supervise offenders’ caseloads
  • Provide advice to assist the judiciary process
  • Facilitating offender attendance at educational, assessment and treatment programs
  • Refer offenders to appropriate programs and specialist services and monitor attendance

senior community corrections officer

  • Observe and evaluate the work of the Community Corrections Officers to ensure that the supervision of offenders is appropriate and that resources and programs are implemented and used effectively.
  • Provide direct support and guidance to Officers through evaluation of interactions with offenders and/or their families.
  • Assist officers in their supervision of offenders by problem solving issues, discuss implementing sanctions and consequences, explore other options if possible. Provide crisis interventions when difficult situations occur.
  • Observe office staff use skills learned through training such as Motivational Interviewing. Observe staff recognize offenders when they start to use change-talk and seem to start executing a plan to change.
  • Implementation of the 25 in 10 goal, meaning reducing the recidivism by 25% in 10 years by using the tools we have effectively, think outside the box, share what worked and what didn’t.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with law-enforcement agencies to assist us when needed during field visits, searches and arrests.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with organizations in the community to support the needs of our offenders.

community corrections officer

  • Undertake prosecutions of offenders failing to comply with Court orders
  • Community Work
  • Compile and completed monthly statistics tracking our successes, maintain oversight of our finances, controlling waste and completing office supply-orders when needed.
  • Utilize the Department’s MAPP system to evaluate the office’s staff. Compile and score end of budget-year evaluations and have one-on-one meetings with staff in regards of their evaluations.
  • Prepare and maintain records such as monthly office statistics, vehicle trip tickets, maintenance requests and inventories.
  • Participate as a representative of Community Corrections in Re-Entry presentations inside the prison when requested. 
  • Oversee the day-to-day operation of the Pinal Office to ensure it is staffed. Address and resolve scheduling issues. Ensure calendars reflect staff activities. Keep inventory and place orders of office supplies to keep the office function at the highest capacity.