Supervision Around the World:

Positive change through collaboration

What is the SAW Project?

The Supervision Around the World (SAW) Project is creating a worldwide data-sharing platform designed to bring positive change to the global supervision industry through international collaboration.

Who We Are

The SAW Project is administered by a Board of Directors and guided by an Advisory Board, whose collective experiences in community corrections have exposed them to best practices on an international scale.

Support Us

Your support will help us achieve our goal of building a repository of data and best practice details that can improve lives worldwide.

2-Minute Insights

A Global Hub for Supervision Practices

The concept for the SAW Project was born at the 2nd World Congress on Community Corrections in 2015, when SAW Founder Julie Truschel interviewed supervision professionals from around the world about what they were doing in community corrections. Today, the SAW Project continues this collaborative effort to review, share and learn from experts around the world so we can improve models, outcomes, communities, and lives. The SAW Project offers a global hub where industry professionals can learn, connect, and share insights. See what we are doing today!

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20 hours ago
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The Alabama Department of Corrections and Rx Outreach have teamed up to implement the Healthy Reentry program. Through this initiative, individuals exiting Alabama prisons receive a 30-day supply of medication from YesCare, supplemented by an additional 60 days of mental and physical health medication support.

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The Alabama Department of Corrections and Rx Outreach have teamed up to implement the Healthy Reentry program. Through this initiative, individuals exiting Alabama prisons receive a 30-day supply of medication from YesCare, supplemented by an additional 60 days of mental and physical health medication support.

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2 days ago
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In the Northern Territory of Australia, a range of alternative justice processes, including healing centers and community courts are being introduced. These initiatives allow a broad range of offenders to access supportive community-based programs.

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In the Northern Territory of Australia, a range of alternative justice processes, including healing centers and  community courts are being introduced. These initiatives allow a broad range of offenders to access supportive community-based programs.

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5 days ago
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Nancy B. tells us about her experience as a judge in Pennsylvania Treatment Court in this week's Two-Minute Insight.

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Nancy B. tells us about her experience as a judge in Pennsylvania Treatment Court in this weeks Two-Minute Insight. 

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