Parole and Probation Services is also responsible to complete Pre-Sentence Investigations as ordered by the state district courts.
The purpose of these investigations is to provide as much information to the courts as possible to allow for appropriate sentences for the offender.
Papers relate to Hughes' work with the American Red Cross, the Navy League of the United States, business and family affairs, the U. Correspondence relates to Grassick’s purchase of a mastodon skeleton which he donated to the State Historical Society. Mattison Papers, 1948-1950 Research notes on Theodore Roosevelt in North Dakota, reminiscences, and a press release on the dedication of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Burr Papers, 1784-1951 Papers consist primarily of correspondence, but also include diaries, manuscripts, speeches, genealogical material, scrapbooks, publications, newspaper clippings, diplomas, certificates, broadsides, printed material, transcripts of testimony and other court documents relating to the Langer Trial (1934), ephemera, and photographs, relating to Burr’s activities, family life, and career as an attorney at Bottineau, district judge at Rugby, and Justice of the ND Supreme Court.
(.5ft) 10145 Edna Garber Papers, 1886-1899 Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings regarding Bismarck, ND and four photographs of the 1897 Emmons County murder of the Spicer family.
Parole and Probation Officers use the Levels of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R) to identify the risk factors for each offender and to formulate case supervision plans.
Case plans focus on the top criminogenic factors for the offender and reducing those risk factors.
Hazel Paris Reid (sister of Edwin Taylor Jr.’s second wife Aldeen Paris [Welch] Taylor), and papers of Major James Hanley (whose daughter Lewista married Aldeen Paris’ brother Robert). Notebooks detail travel, activities, and accounts while conducting agency business.
Records relating to Libby's activities as Professor of History at the University of North Dakota, 1908-1919, consist of correspondence with other faculty regarding University matters.