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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3 days ago

In the state of New York, the New Hope Manor is a long-term residential facility dedicated to treating substance use disorders with a goal of rehabilitation and reintegration into society. The facility accommodates up to 53 women, including those with children under three.
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In the state of New York, the New Hope Manor is a long-term residential facility dedicated to treating substance use disorders with a goal of rehabilitation and reintegration into society. The facility  accommodates up to 53 women, including those with children under three.
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4 days ago

In London, The Amy Winehouse Foundation opens Amy’s Place, a recovery and safe house for women recovering from addiction. The house focuses on preventing drug and alcohol misuse and aims to provide support and resources to help women rebuild their lives.
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In London, The Amy Winehouse Foundation opens Amy’s Place, a recovery and safe house for women recovering from addiction. The house focuses on preventing drug and alcohol misuse and aims to provide support and resources to help women rebuild their lives.
https://buff.ly/3VhNtJX
5 days ago

In the state of Kansas, Governor Laura Kelly announced the state will give $2.8 million to enhance digital literacy skills training in 2024. Among the recipients will be 1,000 justice-impacted women, providing skills crucial for reintegration into society after incarceration.
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In the state of Kansas, Governor Laura Kelly announced the state will give $2.8 million to enhance digital literacy skills training in 2024. Among the recipients will be 1,000 justice-impacted women, providing skills crucial for reintegration into society after incarceration.
https://buff.ly/3VCyqw0

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