Pretrial Support, Part I
Module 4 of the California Pretrial Training Series
The training reviews the evidence-based and practical ways a
pretrial services program can promote people’s pretrial success.
The methods discussed in the training honor the presumption of
innocence, the requirement of “least restrictive means,” and the
principle of human dignity. In doing so, the focus of supervision
shifts from managing failure to promoting success. Faculty will
cover in detail the research on pretrial strategies (such as
court notification, supervision, and electronic monitoring). And
the material will include best practices on assessing needs, the
frequency and intensity of contacts, and how to respond to both
compliant and non-compliant behavior.
STC #03616382 (2 Hours) – Electronic STC roster will be sent to your county’s Training Manager within 45 days of course completion
Cost: $60 ($37.50 STC Reimbursable) – *SB129 Funding may also be utilized for this training*