APPF ANNUAL STATEWIDE TRAINING FREE TO MEMBERS Mark your calendars for our next training on June 6th at Jacksonville University Davis College of Business, 2800 University Blvd N. Jacksonville, FL 32211 Reservation Recommendation, Mention APPF at the Lexington Hotel & Conference Center Jacksonville Riverwalk 1515 Prudential Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32207 (904)396-5100 https://www.redlion.com/lexington-hotel/fl/jacksonville/lexington-hotel-conference-center-jacksonville-riverwalk TRAINING TOPICS: APPF […]

Pretrial Report Reminder

Pretrial End of Year Report due March 31, 2019 An annual report produced by each program (to be submitted to the governing body and to the clerk of the circuit court in the county where the pretrial release program is located no later than March 31)—OPPAGA asks that we receive a copy as well A […]


12th Judicial Circuit Court -Pretrial Services Caseworker Closing March 22 Salary: $15.58/hour ($32,406.40/year) Apply directly through Sarasota County Government Career Opportunities page: http://(https://www.scgov.net/government/career-opportunities). Volusia County Court Services Officer 1- Criminal Court Services- Court Administration Closing March 25 Salary: $16.62/Hour Apply directly through the Volusia County Online application page: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/volusiaco/jobs/2377436/court-services-officer-i-criminal-court-services-court-administration?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs 20th Judicial Circuit Court Pretrial Intake […]

Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court Job Posting

Pretrial Services Caseworker Salary: $15.58/hour ($32,406.40/year) The job The Twelfth Judicial Circuit is accepting applications for a Pretrial Services Caseworker vacancy in Sarasota County. The position is in the Intake Unit in the Sarasota County jail. The Intake Unit is a 24-hour operation, with two 12-hour shifts. Working nights, weekends and holidays are part of […]

Pretrial Risk Assessment Explained

There are many different risk assessment tools, used at various points in the criminal justice system including during bail hearings, sentencing, probation determinations and parole decisions. Source: Pretrial Risk Assessment Explained