Term Offender/Ex-Offender Support Volunteer Opportunities
Code PX-1850.6500
Definition Organizations that are actively seeking individuals with the requisite skills and experience who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to orient offenders to court procedures, ensure that their rights are met during court proceedings and help ex-offenders (also known as returning or returned citizens) make a successful transition to life in the community. Also included are programs that use volunteers to assist probation officers in client supervision by recording client contacts, and monitoring client employment, residence, and compliance with court orders.
Created 1/24/02
Changed 4/27/21
Use References Deputy Probation Officer Volunteer Opportunities
Returned Citizen Support Volunteer Opportunities
Returning Citizen Support Volunteer Opportunities
See Also References Court Accompaniment for Offenders (FJ-1580)
Court Orientation Programs (FJ-1650)
Ex-Offender Counseling (RP-1400.8000-185)
Ex-Offender Halfway Houses (FF-1850)
Ex-Offender Legal Assistance (FT-2800)
Ex-Offender Reentry Programs (FF-1900)
External Classification Terms Promotion of Volunteerism (UW
Voluntarism Promotion (NPC T05)
Voluntarism Promotion (NTE T40)
Volunteers/Donations (AIRS VO-900)
Volunteers/Donations (CAN VO-900)
Related Concepts Ex-Offender/Reentry Services
Philanthropy and Volunteerism
Facet Service
Bibliographic References

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