Probation and Parole Supervision

The Robina Institute conducts research in partnership with probation and parole agencies and community to assess how probation and parole supervision currently work—for example, how supervision conditions are set and enforced, how revocation decisions are made, how justice-involved individuals manage the requirements of supervision, and how community can support people on probation and parole. Our goal is to assist in the development of strategies and policies to improve the likelihood of success for people on probation and parole while maintaining public safety.

Publications

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Since 2019, Ramsey County Community Corrections (RCCC) and the Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice have collaborated on the Reducing Revocations Challenge, a CUNY Institute for State and Local Governance national…
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Community supervision, commonly known as probation or parole, involves people serving part of their sentence under supervision while living in the community. Supervision conditions are requirements that individuals must comply with during…
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The consequences of a criminal conviction in Minnesota are multifaceted. Alongside the immediate repercussions, such as potential incarceration or probation, there lies a less publicized yet significant aspect: the financial obligations…