Jail as Part of County Government
Sep. 10, 2013 - Sep. 12, 2013--Jail administrators, sheriffs, and county commissioners have an important role in ensuring that jail operations
are conducted in a safe, secure, humane, and legal manner.
NIC provides the trainers, curriculum, and training materials for partnership programs. There are no fees for registration, tuition, or materials associated with the training. However, please note that participants (or their employing agencies) are responsible for travel, lodging, and meal expenses associated with attending the program.
The training will be held in Spokane, Washington. If your application is approved, you will receive an agenda and further details before the program.
This 3-day training program is designed to:
- educate participants about the role of the jail, its operations, and its resource needs
- explore the county’s civil liability in operating a jail
- help team members better understand each other’s responsibilities and challenges
- build collaboration among jurisdictional team members in addressing jail issues
Three-person teams from each local jurisdiction consisting of (1) county commissioner or county administrator, (2) county sheriff, and (3) the jail administrator
This program does not have a video.