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The Department of Public Safety is a government agency that aims to ensure the safety and security of the public.

It is responsible for implementing and enforcing laws and regulations related to public safety, such as traffic regulations, emergency management, and crime prevention. This department works closely with other law enforcement agencies, fire departments, and emergency medical services to coordinate efforts and provide a prompt response to any public safety concerns or emergencies. Additionally, the Department of Public Safety may also offer educational programs and resources to raise awareness and promote safety within the community. Overall, its main objective is to protect and serve the public by maintaining law and order and enhancing the overall wellbeing of society.

What is the Department of Corrections

The Department of Corrections is a government agency responsible for the management and supervision of individuals who have been convicted of crimes and sentenced to incarceration. Its primary goal is to ensure public safety by carrying out court-ordered punishments and facilitating the rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders into society. The department oversees correctional facilities, such as prisons and jails, where these individuals serve their sentences. It also provides various programs and services aimed at reducing recidivism and helping offenders transition back into the community upon their release. The Department of Corrections plays a vital role in the criminal justice system, working towards the dual objectives of punishment and rehabilitation.

Department of Corrections and DPSCS

Once a Trial has ended and you have been sentenced to the custody of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, legal support slows down exponentially.

Even simple access items such as telephone accounts, commissary accounts, and maintaining proper mail contacts is difficult. We offer a paralegal help service to maintain all three accounts so you will always have constant contact and know your loved one is taken care of.

Let our professional team of paralegals manage all your legal support and basic needs. For a set amount each week we will take care of any concerns you have identified, or we have discovered in our investigation of your situation.

Case Management

Case Managers in the DPSCS system are overwhelmed with case work and tend to take days to weeks to answer simple requests. Difficult at best. Our team of passionate paralegal help experts covers all needed case management services with constant detailed communication. We stay in touch with your case manager and develop a working relationship with your best interests in mind.

What Case Managers Cover:

  1. Inmate Balance and Accounts
  2. Parole Commission Hearing and Notices
  3. Inmate Commitment Information
  4. Internal Paperwork and Hiring
  5. Criminal and Civil Case Paperwork and Updates
  6. Home Detention and Home Plans Upon Release
  7. Substance Abuse Help Information
  8. Violence Prevention Programs
  9. Certification Programs/OSTC

With an average of 100 inmates per case manager, things can get complicated fast. Intrepid’s paralegal help team integrates and coordinates with all the items listed above. We are the outside entity that will assist you in all the matters that apply to your situation so that we can expedite results in any category.

Benefits of Participating in a Paralegal Internship Program

Parole Case Files

A Parole hearing is one of the most important events within the DPSCS System to determine your future. Building a case file for you allows the parole board to understand who you are, your plans, and changes you have made. This gives you an identity, not just a number. Creating a customized profile, delivering, and meeting with the Office of Parole and Probation prior to your actual hearing, and making all necessary documents available creates the best opportunity for early release.

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