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How can you obtain Department of Corrections forms?

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Locate forms for your state's Department of Corrections on the department's state website. Some large cities, such as New York City, also have Departments of Corrections and corresponding websites with forms. Many forms are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader for viewing and printing.

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To illustrate an example, online forms from the Vermont Department of Corrections are available on the agency's online Department of Corrections Forms Library. As of 2016, forms include a Home Detention Investigation Form, Request for Reimbursement - Electronic Monitoring, Juvenile Probation Violation Complaint, Arrest of Youthful Offender Form and Notice of Suspension Waiver of Appearance/Hearing/Refusal to Appear. These forms are available on the website as either Microsoft Word documents or online forms.

The Florida Department of Corrections has forms such as the Community Control Offender Schedule, DC3-207, Support Group Meeting Log, DC3-2005 and Sex Offender Driving Log, DC3-244. These documents are in PDF format, and some are available in both English and Spanish. The Virginia Department of Corrections provides some documents as PDFs and some as Word Documents. Some documents are also available in Spanish.

The New York City Department of Correction and Arkansas Department of Correction both have online forms related to new department job applicants.

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