News Archive

Listed below are the last 100 news headlines posted to The Network of Care for Probation Services. You can also use the search box to find archived news headlines by keyword.

NYPD Shootout Leaves Suspect Dead
Canarsie Courier
2/23/2017

Discussions continue over Martinsville's business incubator
Martinsville Bulletin
2/23/2017

'ThisWeek Booster' Community Volunteers of the Year Skinners' altruism flows deep and wide
ThisWeek Community Newspapers
2/23/2017

Lenient laws boosting crime, sergeant says
Daily Press
2/22/2017

A.R.M.: Changing lives by ending addiction
Mineral Wells Index
2/22/2017

Ute Mountain Utes' film will premiere in Cortez
The Cortez Journal
2/21/2017

For aging gangsters, retirement is no time to kick back
Star Tribune
2/21/2017

Prince William County residents recognized for helping youths
Arlington Sun Gazette
2/21/2017

Failure to register as sex offender, a common charge in Basin
Uintah Basin Standard
2/21/2017

Mass. Senate Considers Criminal Justice Overhaul
Valley News
2/20/2017

Social justice groups wrap up Vatican-led gathering in Modesto
Modesto Bee
2/20/2017

New TDCJ executive director talks about first months on the job
Huntsville Item
2/19/2017

Roper: How deportations may work
Martinsville Bulletin
2/17/2017

YFIN Welcomes a New Executive Director
The Indianapolis Recorder
2/17/2017

LA's west San Fernando Valley is no 'Shangri-La' as gang crime stirs concern
Daily News
2/16/2017

How ?Good Character' provisions create bad outcomes
Herald Review
2/16/2017

For those aging out of Twin Cities gang life, retirement is no time to kick back
Star Tribune
2/15/2017

For aging gangsters, retirement is no time to kick back
Star Tribune
2/15/2017

Farmville SROs six months in
The Farmville Enterprise
2/15/2017

At Jessup-based manufacturer, ex-offenders are getting 'a second chance'
Columbia Flier
2/15/2017

Bills that passed, failed on deadline day
The Oxford Eagle
2/14/2017

Williams lands D.C. internship
The Portsmouth Daily Times
2/14/2017

For aging gangsters, retirement is no time to kick back
Star Tribune
2/14/2017

ACA repeal could harm addiction progress
The Herald-Dispatch
2/13/2017

The Blade, Toledo, Ohio, column
Blade
2/12/2017

New Haven psychologist addresses urban trauma; challenge blacks to seek mental health professionals
New Haven Register
2/12/2017

Letter: Where do we start in stopping Chicago violence?
The Herald News
2/12/2017

Project seeks to expand justice in Richmond
Richmond Times-Dispatch
2/10/2017

Switchblades will be legal again if governor signs bill that landed on his desk Wednesday
Virginian-Pilot
2/9/2017

COMPTON HIRES NEW CITY MANAGER
Los Angeles Sentinel
2/9/2017

EDITORIAL: Gangs are a problem the who community must watch
Brunswick News
2/7/2017

Game plan for reducing recidivism for addicts
The Enterprise
2/7/2017

County delegation ready for start of legislative session
Daily Mountain Eagle
2/7/2017

Long-running gang feud fueled mall shooting
Boston Herald
2/6/2017

Spokane schools, city receive federal grant to coordinate response to gang activity
Spokesman-Review
2/5/2017

New approach to young offenders means fewer held in Thurston County detention center
Olympian
2/5/2017

Rep. Ward's new urine bill is crap
The Hawaii Independent
2/4/2017

Luring teens off Haverhill streets
Eagle-Tribune
2/3/2017

Bell making changes at jail one step at a time
News-Democrat & Leader
2/3/2017

Cleveland-area pastor seeks gang meeting on Chicago violence, hopes Trump will attend
Chicago Tribune
2/2/2017

Year’s first beach cleanup is Saturday
Chinook Observer
2/1/2017

The Politics of Crime and Recidivism
The Spirit
2/1/2017

Gangs, guns and rap videos helped make 2016 Norfolk's deadliest year in a decade
Virginian-Pilot
2/1/2017

EDITORIAL: Fix Chicago's violence? Start by helping kids land jobs
Chicago Tribune
2/1/2017

Benevolence Farm welcomes first resident
Times-News
1/31/2017

Too many teen offenders taken from home
Deseret News
1/30/2017

State to roll out Functional Family Therapy for at-risk juveniles
The Garden City Telegram
1/30/2017

After getting life sentences, these gang members are 'not laughing anymore'
Bradenton Herald
1/30/2017

Data shows violent crime up, but other reported incidents decreasing
Martinsville Bulletin
1/30/2017

Adults or kids?
Times-News
1/29/2017

Restorative justice initiatives
Faribault Daily News
1/29/2017

McAllen breaks ground on intelligence center
Monitor
1/29/2017

Cook County courts raise bonds for gun crimes -- but suspects getting out faster
Chicago Tribune
1/28/2017

TattooEmergency911 will be in Greeley Sunday doing tattoo removals
Greeley Tribune
1/27/2017

Group seeks location for women's recovery house
The Athens Messenger
1/27/2017

EDITORIAL: Kudos to Microsoft for bold public-policy goals for Washington state
Seattle Times
1/26/2017

'State of the State:' Follow Rauner's address live
Belleville News-Democrat
1/26/2017

Interlock or locked up: Anti-drunken driving advocates shift focus
The Hibbing Daily Tribune
1/26/2017

State of incarceration: DOC seeking $1.6 billion to accommodate soaring inmate population
Norman Transcript
1/26/2017

Naked Injustice
Valley News
1/25/2017

Salavantis, others raise several concerns over prison closings
Times Leader
1/25/2017

Morgan: Mass incarceration doesn't work
Martinsville Bulletin
1/25/2017

Interlock or locked up: Anti-drunken driving advocates shift focus
St. Peter Herald
1/25/2017

The holidays were missing the gang photo
New Pittsburgh Courier
1/24/2017

Salavantis, others raise several concerns over prison closings
Times Leader
1/24/2017

Lost To The Crips: Former Greene County Foster Child Dies A 'Gang Leader'
The Greeneville Sun
1/24/2017

Salavantis, others raise several concerns over prison closings
Times Leader
1/24/2017

Stan Schmidt named Carthage Citizen of the Year
Joplin Globe
1/22/2017

Just for Kids Mentoring program helping young men become good, productive citizens
Jackson Advocate
1/21/2017

State lawmakers get an earful at forum
Northwest Florida Daily News
1/20/2017

?The Streets Don't Love You Back' shares crime prevention messages
Knoxville Enlightener
1/20/2017

Carney transition team report released
Delaware State News
1/20/2017

In search of middle ground
The Fairmont Bugle
1/20/2017

Money helps city fight gangs
Haverhill Gazette
1/19/2017

McAuley Ministries awards more than $480,000 in grants to nonprofits
New Pittsburgh Courier
1/19/2017

Greitens State of the State Address
Pulaski County Mirror
1/18/2017

Corrosive impact of prison time on family prosperity
Providence Journal
1/18/2017

Advocates Decry Racial Disparity At Juvenile Jail
Hartford Courant
1/16/2017

For families, a shared sentence
Concord Monitor
1/16/2017

Denver man offers Greeley residents chance to remove gang tattoos from his mobile shop
Greeley Tribune
1/16/2017

ELECTIONS Wilson to run for Wayne County judge
The News Eagle
1/15/2017

WORCESTER COUNTY SHERIFF Evangelidis inaugurated for second term
Shrewsbury Chronicle
1/14/2017

Restore Hope to tackle Sebastian County incarceration, foster care issues
Times Record
1/13/2017

Wardens share passion for prison work
The Hawk Eye
1/12/2017

Two-thirds of new spending in Gov. Otter's proposed budget would go to education
Idaho Statesman
1/12/2017

EDITORIAL: Prison sometimes is a wasteful option
Florida Times-Union
1/11/2017

Transportation? Health care? No, schools stay top priority in governor's budget
Idaho Statesman
1/10/2017

Former inmates get fresh start with tattoo removal service
The Pilot-Independent
1/10/2017

Rethinking ink: Tattoo removal gives former inmates fresh start
Richmond Times-Dispatch
1/9/2017

Former inmates get fresh start with tattoo removal service
News & Advance
1/9/2017

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Barbara County Marking 30th Year
Noozhawk
1/8/2017

Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn., David Cook column
Chattanooga Times Free Press
1/8/2017

Elkhart's deadly year: 16 homicides in 2016 is city's highest total in at least 3 decades
The Truth
1/8/2017

Plea deal not a good sign for wider gang case
Omaha World-Herald
1/6/2017

The Fresno Bee Donald Munro column
The Fresno Bee
1/5/2017

Man released from prison after serving 14 years in connection with double homicide
Lodi News-Sentinel
1/5/2017

Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang at the FCT
Clewiston News
1/5/2017

The Fresno Bee Donald Munro column
The Fresno Bee
1/4/2017

Amid budget shortfall, Ricketts says he'll keep trying to cut spending, taxes
Omaha World-Herald
1/4/2017

New head of Idaho Department of Correction to continue prison reforms
Idaho State Journal
1/3/2017

 
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