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U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Division of Corrections (Washington DC)

This 36-hour training program focuses on the basic skills and competencies jail administrators in Indian Country need to effectively meet their responsibilities. Eleven modules comprise this training: program overview and clarifying the role of the Jail Administrator; building support for the jail in the justice system and community; using jail standards as a basis for policy and operations; managing risk; developing and assessing policies and procedures; determining staffing needs; promoting optimal staff performance; managing jail resources; managing inmate behavior; assessing jail operations; and action plan development, reports, closeout, and evaluation.

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