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Georgia’s Crime Victims are Recognized in Forsyth

April 14, 2015

Crime Victims meet with the Parole Board during Victims Visitors’ Day

ATLANTA – “We want to help victims become survivors. We must listen to the cries from victims and work toward a process that can best serve their individual needs.”

New Parole Officers Graduate Basic Training Course

April 10, 2015
ATLANTA – Ten new state parole officers graduated the Basic Probation/Parole Officer Training Course (BPPOTC) today in Forsyth. The graduation ceremony was held at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Forsyth.
 

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"Coming Home: An Introduction to Community Supervision"

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April 2015 Board Meeting, Atlanta