U.S. Department of Justice


  • Aug. 07, 2017 - Aug. 10, 2017

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  • Jun. 15, 2017


  • 11900 E. Cornell Ave, Unit C, Aurora, CO 80014




Event ID

  • 17C3002

Orientation for New Pretrial Executives

Aug. 07, 2017 - Aug. 10, 2017--Extensive training that enhances the effectiveness of pretrial executives in maintaining and capitalizing existing services.


More than ever, criminal justice practitioners and decision-makers understand and appreciate the complexity and importance of the pretrial field and expect more from those who manage pretrial release and diversion programs. To meet these expectations, today’s pretrial executive must be an expert in the statutory foundations of bail; best practices in risk assessment, risk management, and organizational leadership; and communicating program mission and values to criminal justice and community partners.

As the premier training for pretrial leaders, NIC’s Orientation for New Pretrial Executives engages participants in a comprehensive 40-hour instructor lead course of study aimed at the unique issues, challenges and opportunities within the pretrial field. A experienced and diverse faculty of pretrial, performance management, evidence based practice, and legal experts lead orientation participants through study and discussion on the legal foundations of pretrial justice, professional standards for pretrial release and diversion, legal and evidence-based release and diversion practices, organizational leadership, performance measurement and communication and messaging. Instruction is completely interactive and participants have opportunities throughout the week to work with one another and with faculty to build a long term professional networks. Faculty members and NIC staff also work with and help participants problem solve, through peer interaction and discussion, their individual key challenges.

Registration is open to pretrial release and diversion professionals with decision making responsibilities in a high level management position.


Pretrial release agency professionals with decision making responsibilities and who have a minimum of one year of experience in a high level management position may apply.

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