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Community Corrections Grant Application & Collaboration Plan Trainings

on August 2, 2015

It’s not too late to attend trainings around the state.

The training is a “how to” or technical assistance on completing the Community Corrections grant application, budget, and community corrections/probation collaboration plan.  If you are unable to attend the training in your area or if there is one located in another region closer to your location, please feel free to attend a different one.

Remaining trainings:

What: Grant Application Technical Assistance
When: August 10, 2015 from 9:00am – 11:30am
Where: Indiana Center for Applied Technology on the Vincennes University campus. The address is 1500 Chestnut. It is in the same building as WorkOne.

What: Grant Application Technical Assistance
When: August 11, 2015 from 9:00am – 11:30am
Where: 806 Martinsburg Road, Salem, IN 47167
Special Instructions: Conference room is in the lower level. If they park behind the building the room is just inside the door. If they park in front will need to enter and go down the stairs to the left. The building is located directly behind the jail which is on the corner of Highway 60 and Martinsburg Road.

What: Grant Application Technical Assistance
When: August 13, 2015 from 9:00am – 11:30am
Where: Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office, 26861 CR 26, Elkhart, In

What: Grant Application Technical Assistance
When: August 14, 2015 from 9:00am – 11:30am
Where: Porter Pact, 1356 W. Lincolnway, Valparaiso
Special Information: Attendees can enter through the main entrance or the group room door (located on the east side of the building). This door faces the larger part of our parking lot.


Call Deborah L. Braun, Director of Community Corrections, Indiana Department of Correction
Work: (317) 232-5779

First veteran graduates from special St. Joseph County court

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South Bend Tribune on July 21, 2015 by CHRISTIAN SHECKLER

55ad2b8c1f98b.imageSOUTH BEND —When Wayne Kuritz enlisted in the Air Force in 1971, toward the end of the Vietnam War, he was among those U.S. troops who felt they had little support from their fellow Americans on the home front.

But on Monday, as Kuritz became the first graduate of the St. Joseph County Veterans Court, he marveled at the help and support available for soldiers, at least in the local community.

Technology led parole officer to a Jacksonville victim’s grave and police to a suspect

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The Florida Times on June 23, 2015 by Dan Scanlan

Clyde Matthew King’s killer buried his body about 2  1/2 miles from his Southside business in early December, the last time evidence showed the 72-year-old was alive, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

His lone employee, Richard Greene, ran King’s Lawn Service “business as usual,” unaware the tracking device he wore for being a convicted sexual predator would lead his probation officer to the grave.