iPads and Community Corrections
|Olivia12 2 posts||
The fame and recognition of this company in the world means that all new models of gadgets are sold out in a matter of days and spend a lot of money on it.
|Evan Jose 1 post||
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|bruccy 2 posts||
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|eventeca 1 post||
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|jamestown0509 313 posts||
None of the probation or parole officers I know take a tablet device or laptop with them on a visit. They use a notepad or legal paper, then write the reports back in the office.
|Campi 227 posts||
My experiance with both is they are handy but both unless treated like they are made out of egg shells would break down often. I would assume that most computer work would be done in office. That would make keeping people out of the infromation easier as well.
|paul_k 1 post||
I am seeking information regarding the use of iPads or other tablet devices in use by probation/parole during the course of community supervision activities.
Are agencies utilizing tablets in lieu of laptops? What info is being gathered? Are you using pre-formatted forms and emailing them? Any good apps? Are you connected to a secured network?
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