Questions: Adult Sex Offenders

Plan for Community Supervision Prior to Release

  1. Do policies or procedures require sex offenders to be supervised in the community following release from custody?
  2. If offenders will be released under supervision, are supervision officers assigned in advance of release?
  3. Do policies or procedures require community supervision officers to be involved in the transition planning process?
  4. In practice, are supervision officers involved in transition planning?
  5. Do supervision officers develop community supervision plans prior to release?
  6. Do supervision officers have personal contact with assigned offenders prior to release?
  7. Do supervision officers review registration requirements with sex offenders prior to release?

Questions: Juvenile Sex Offenders

Plan for Community Supervision Prior to Release

  1. Do policies or procedures require juvenile sex offenders to be supervised in the community following release from residential/institutional placement?
  2. If juvenile offenders will be released under supervision, are supervision officers assigned in advance of release?
  3. Do policies or procedures require supervision officers to be involved in the transition planning process?
  4. Are supervision officers involved in transition planning process?
  5. Do supervision officers develop community supervision plans prior to release?
  6. Do supervision officers have personal contact with assigned juvenile offenders prior to release?
  7. Do supervision officers review applicable registration requirements with juvenile sex offenders prior to release?
  8. Do supervision officers have personal contact with the parents/caregivers prior to juveniles’ release from institutional custody or residential placement?