• Pew Charitable Trusts

    Arizona probation chief envisions smaller, less punitive, more effective system

    Arizona probation chief Barbara Broderick has devoted most of her 40-year criminal justice career to improving state and local community supervision. She envisions a smaller, less punitive, more effective system. ‘We Know What Types of Supervision … Help Reduce Recidivism and Incarceration’


  • The Nevada Independent

    Biggest Needs of Nevadans on Probation? Mental Health Services and People Who Care

    So far, the Day Reporting Center has been running for about 10 months and has graduated 54 people. Funded by a $1.3 million, two-year allocation from the Legislature and managed by the company Sentinel Offender Services, it also offers wraparound services from providers including Nevada Job Connect — a network that links employers to potential workers.


  • Chicago Tribune

    Woman Saved: Sentinel Notifies Law Enforcement of Offender Violation

    Preliminary information indicates Woelfel cut off his ankle bracelet around 12:20 a.m. in the area of the 7700 block of Wheeler Drive, police said. The Cook County adult probation unit contacted the former fiancee about Woelfel tampering with the monitoring device and warned that he might be in her area.