FACC History and Mission

 

 The Florida Association of Community Corrections was established in 1992 to provide a vehicle for county probation programs to come together to identify, develop and promote effective programs. The goal was to offer a high standard of training there by increasing the professionalism of personnel as well as increase public awareness of the benefits of these programs.  FACC's goals also include encouraging communication and cooperation among agencies and to initiate and support legislation that advances the efforts of prevention, reduction and deterrence of criminal and delinquent behavior.  Since 1992 the FACC membership has grown to include a wide range of community corrections specialties such as juvenile justice, substance abuse, residential programs, pre-trial services, diversion programs and victim services. In addition to many private and public county probation programs, the membership now includes staff from correctional agencies such as the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Florida Department of Corrections, U.S. Probation, a number of Sheriff Offices, as well as various private providers of substance abuse and other rehabilitative services.

 


Job Posting

Forensic Community Services Program Manager position vacancy in our grant-funded Mental Health Jail Diversion Program in Lake County with our sub-grantee LifeStream Behavioral Center.
  
http://lsbc.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=205253&&#job 
  


 

 

Census of Adult Probation

Supervising Agencies

 

The Westat Agency has asked FACC to post their Census of Probation Supervising Agencies Flyer on our website.  

 

You can see the flyer by clicking on the link below. 

 

CAPSA Flyer 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                      

 

SAVE THE DATE

2015 ANNUAL INSTITUTE

 ST. PETERSBURG

 JUNE 30TH - JULY 2, 2015

 


 

Free Membership

 

Join FACC and you will be joining a network of hundreds of community corrections professional across the state of Florida. 

FACC has eliminated the membership fee so that all community corrections professionals can now join FACC and have full access to the FACC website as well as receive the FACC newsletter and event announcements at no charge.

 

 To become a member you will still need to complete the online Membership Form.  CLICK HERE

 


 

 

Re-Entry

The Florida Association of Community Corrections supports effective reentry.  This organization urges Federal, State, local governments and community organizations to collaborate and dedicate funds and resources to develop, implement, support and monitor effective juvenile and adult reentry programs.   

Click Here to See Our Reentry Resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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