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Judicial Conference Addresses Workplace Conduct and Criminal Justice Act Issues

Judicial Conference Addresses Workplace Conduct and Criminal Justice Act Issues

The Judicial Conference today approved changes to the Judiciary’s Model Employment Dispute Resolution (EDR) Plan to cover interns and externs and to extend the time for initiating EDR complaints from 30 to 180 days. The Conference’s Judicial Resources Committee will consider further changes to the model plan at its next meeting. The Director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts also reported on the recruitment of a Judicial Integrity Officer in the Administrative Office and the expansion of judicial, staff, and law clerk orientations and education dealing with workplace harassment.
Source: Courts
Judicial Conference Addresses Workplace Conduct and Criminal Justice Act Issues

Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Protect Communities

Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Protect Communities

Federal probation officers have always tried to bring about positive life change in the lives of people under supervision, whether it’s helping them get a job, get into drug treatment, or even acquire better decision-making skills. In today’s technology-driven world, officers are also employing increasingly sophisticated research and data analysis tools in their supervision plans.
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Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Protect Communities