The development of both external and internal prison classification procedures are covered during this 36-hour program.
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
"[T]his resource document will assist agencies starting the process of planning for a successful transition to a new detention facility" (p. iii).
Community Supervision: Using a Strength-Based, Family-Focused Approach [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held March 16, 2005]
This program identifies the strengths and resources inherent in the family as a fundamental support system for recently released inmates.
Work done by the Office of Correctional Job Training and Placement (OCJTP) to "enhance offenders' abilities to enter and remain in the labor market" is summarized.
Sex Offender Treatment Skills for Corrections Professionals [Distance Learning Training Program: Videoconference Held March 12-15, 2001]
This 36-hour distance learning event enhances the effective assessment, treatment, and management of incarcerated sex offenders.
This program looks at the core competencies applicable to corrections professionals working at executive, senior, manager, and supervisory levels.
This report introduces an integrated model for the implementation of evidence-based principles in community corrections.