Archives for July 2009

10 Million Identity Thefts a Year-NOVA-DC Public Safety-162,000 Requests a Month

Welcome to DC Public Safety – radio and television shows on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

See http://media.csosa.gov for our television shows, blog and transcripts.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/10-million-identity-thefts-a-year-nova-dc-public-safety-162000-requests-a-month/

We welcome your comments or suggestions at leonard.sipes@csosa.gov or at Twitter at http://twitter.com/lensipes.

The show addresses identity theft which are estimated to happen at least 10 million times a year. Those interviewed include Will Marling, the Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and Robert “Wayne” Ivey, Resident Agent in Charge,  Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

The web site for the National Organization for Victim Assistance is www.trynova.org. The phone number is 1-800-TRY-NOVA.

For additional information on identity theft, see the Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov. See “Internet and Fraud Safety” and “Identity Theft” and “Free Credit Reports.”

This is the second in a series of six radio shows with NOVA.

The show is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Program meta terms: Identity Theft, fraud, identity, credit cards, internet crime

Meta terms: victims, crime victims, victim’s rights, violence, violence reduction, violence prevention, crime, criminals, criminal justice, prison, incarceration, parole, probation, corrections

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What Works in Parole and Probation-2-DC Public Safety

Welcome to DC Public Safety radio and television shows on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

See http://media.csosa.gov for our television shows, blog and transcripts. We now average 162,000 requests per month.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/what-works-in-parole-and-probation-2-dc-public-safety/

We welcome your comments or suggestions at leonard.sipes@csosa.gov or at Twitter at http://twitter.com/lensipes.

The show interviews William (Bill) Burrell. For 19 years, Bill served as Chief of Adult Probation Services for the New Jersey Court System. Bill was a member of the faculty at the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University. He is the Editor for Perspectives, the journal of the American Probation and Parole Association where he serves as a member of the Board of Directors. Bill also serves as a member of the editorial board of Community Corrections Report

His e-mail is william.burrell@comcast.net.

This is the third in a series of programs recorded during the summer of 2009 focusing on evidence-based practices or “what works.” It’s the second program with Bill Burrell.

The program focuses on successful state parole and probation programs.

Tools of the Trade was a suggested document for additional reading. It’s available at http://www.nicic.org/pubs/2004/020095.pdf . If the link does not work, please go to http://nicic.org/ and search for the document.

The show is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Meta terms: Evidence-based, what works, corrections, jail, prison, prerelease, employment, crime, criminals, criminal justice, prison, incarceration, parole, probation,

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Probation-Parole and Community Supervision Week–Second Program–DC Public Safety

Welcome to DC Public Safety – radio and television shows on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

See http://media.csosa.gov for our television shows, blog and transcripts. We now average 140,000 requests per month.

We welcome your comments or suggestions at leonard.sipes@csosa.gov or at Twitter at http://twitter.com/lensipes.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/probation-parole-and-community-supervision-week%E2%80%93second-program%E2%80%93dc-public-safety/

This is the second radio program recorded on July 20, 2009 addressing Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Week from July 19 to July 25.

The  first show interviewed Diane Kincaid, Information Specialist for the American Probation and Parole Association.  Diane addressed the contributions of community supervision staff and offers comprehensive materials to celebrate the week on the APPA website at www.appa-net.org. Diane can be reached via e-mail at dkincaid@csg.org.

The second of two radio shows included representatives from the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency and the Pretrial Services Agency, both working in the District of Columbia. The three representatives include Bernita Johnson and Amanda Rocha from CSOSA and Lenn Palma from Pretrial Services.

All three participants provide a frank overview of the work of the over 100,000 personnel supervising adult offenders throughout the United States.

The show is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Meta terms:Corrections, jail, prison, prerelease, employment, crime, criminals, criminal justice, prison, incarceration, parole, probation

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Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Week–Resources Available–DC Public Safety

Welcome to DC Public Safety – radio and television shows on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

See http://media.csosa.gov for our television shows, blog and transcripts. We now average 140,000 requests per month.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2009/10/probation-parole-and-community-supervision-week%E2%80%93resources-available%E2%80%93dc-public-safety/

We welcome your comments or suggestions at leonard.sipes@csosa.gov or at Twitter at http://twitter.com/lensipes.

The show interviews Diane Kincaid, Information Specialist for the American Probation and Parole Association addressing Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Week from July 19 to July 25. Diane addresses the contributions of community supervision staff and offers comprehensive materials to celebrate the week on the APPA website at www.appa-net.org. Diane can be reached via e-mail at dkincaid@csg.org.

This is the first in a series of two radio shows honoring the work of community supervision staff.

The show is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Meta terms:Ccorrections, jail, prison, prerelease, employment, crime, criminals, criminal justice, prison, incarceration, parole, probation,

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What Works in Parole and Probation–DC Public Safety

Welcome to DC Public Safety – radio and television shows on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

See http://media.csosa.gov for our television shows, blog and transcripts. We now average 140,000 requests per month.

We welcome your comments or suggestions at leonard.sipes@csosa.gov or at Twitter at http://twitter.com/lensipes.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/what-works-in-parole-and-probation%E2%80%93dc-public-safety/

The show interviews William (Bill) Burrell. For 19 years, Bill served as Chief of Adult Probation Services for the New Jersey Court System. Bill was a member of the faculty at the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University. He is the Editor for Perspectives, the journal of the American Probation and Parole Association where he serves as a member of the Board of Directors. Bill also serves as a member of the editorial board of Community Corrections Report

His e-mail is william.burrell@comcast.net.

This is the second of a series of programs recorded during the summer of 2009 focusing on evidence-based practices or “what works.” It’s the first with Bill Burrell.

The program focuses on the perceptions of the practitioner community as to research on what works.

“Tools of the Trade” was a suggested document for additional reading. It’s available at http://www.nicic.org/pubs/2004/020095.pdf . If the link does not work, please go to http://nicic.org/ and search for the document.

The show is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Meta terms: Evidence-based, what works, corrections, jail, prison, prerelease, employment, crime, criminals, criminal justice, prison, incarceration, parole, probation

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