Author Archives: Karen Oeding

Meet the Candidates

The Board Election will take place at the Annual Meeting on September 7, 2016. Each candidate has submitted an Intent to Run form. Here’s how each candidate responded to the question “Why do you wish to hold this position? What do you hope to accomplish as a POPAI Board Member?” PRESIDENT Linda Brady, Chief Probation […]

Stepping ahead of addiction

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Kokomo Perspective

8/4/2016

Devin Zimmerman

Howard County Probation looking to implement pretrial services and addiction-fighting drug For those struggling with addiction, help may be coming a bit sooner. Howard County Probation Department is making progress not only in implementing a program to administer Vivitrol to clients struggling with addiction, but also efforts are underway on a comprehensive pretrial program that […]

Parole authorities: ‘Pokemon NO’ for sex offenders

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The Leader

8/1/2016

Michael Virtanen

ALBANY — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday directed state authorities to prevent nearly 3,000 registered sex offenders now on parole from playing “Pokemon Go” in an effort to safeguard children who play. The state’s Department of Corrections and Community Services is making that a condition of supervised release from state prison for all […]

Reminder: Nominations for for “Founder’s Award”, “Line Probation Officer of the Year”, and “Rookie Probation Officer of the Year”

Nominations for for “Founder’s Award”, “Line Probation Officer of the Year”, and “Rookie Probation Officer of the Year” will be accepted until August 22, 2016. The Awards will be presented during the Lunch / Business Meeting at this years POPAI Conference at the French Lick Resort in French Lick, IN. Winners of the “Probation Line […]

Court rules detention of youth who reported drug justified

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The Indiana Lawyer

7/29/16

Marilyn Odendahl

A probation officer who arrested and detained a middle school student for violating court policy has quasi-judicial immunity against charges of negligence and constitutional violations. Dawn Krantz filed a lawsuit against Spencer County Juvenile Probation Officer Jan Cochenour, after Krantz’s daughter was taken into custody for allegedly possessing drugs on school grounds. Krantz alleged the […]

Offender on parole gets probation revocation reversed

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The Indiana Lawyer

7/29/16

Marilyn Odendahl

Even though he violated the terms of his probation, an offender should not have been ordered back to jail because at his release Indiana Department of Correction made a mistake and put him on parole. Anthony May was originally sentence to eight years with four years suspended to probation after being convicted of Class C […]

Marion County Jail still overcrowded, despite $800,000 in new funds

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Indy Star

7/28/16

Madeline Buckley

While the Marion County Jail continues to battle overcrowding, Indianapolis and county officials have begun distributing state grant money to help counties handle an influx of inmates resulting from criminal justice reforms. The City-County Council at its meeting earlier this month approved nearly $800,000  from the Indiana Department of Correction for programs that would treat low-level offenders […]

New Clark County Community Corrections director chosen

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Clark County Tribune

7/28/16

Elizabeth DePompei

CLARK COUNTY — He’s served in an interim role since July 1, but by about 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Lindon Dodd officially became the director of Clark County Community Corrections. Danielle Grissett left the director’s post and moved to the Clark County Probation Office as a probation officer at the end of June. Dodd, who previously […]

Fall Conference T-shirts

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Dear POPAI Members: We need your creative talents!  As an additional way to help celebrate our 20th anniversary conference, we are having a t-shirt design contest.  Between now and August 5th, we are accepting design ideas for  t-shirts which will be printed prior to the conference and distributed to all attendees.   For those of you […]

2016 POPAI Election and Absentee Voting

The following candidates have been slated for the 2016 POPAI General Election. As it stands, the seat for President is the only contested position. An Officer for the contested position will be elected by the general voting membership during registration for POPAI’s Fall Conference on September 7, 2016. POPAI Members who are not able to […]

Revisions to Overtime Pay Regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act: Likely Impact on Nonprofit Employment

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Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs

June 2016

Indiana Nonprofit Sector Project

Introduction New regulations on overtime pay (part of the Fair Labor Standards Act) will take effect on December 1, 2016 and require mandatory overtime pay for employees earning less than $47,476 per year, up from $23,660 per year. The full impact of these new regulations on nonprofit employers in Indiana is likely to be significant, […]