This describes the training programs and technical assistance available from the NIC Academy Division through an interagency partnership with OJJDP.
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Technical Assistance, Information, and Training for Adult Corrections: All Corrections Disciplines, Jails, Prisons, [and] Community Corrections [Service Plan: October 1, 2009 - September 30, 2010]
The National Institute of Correction's (NIC's) Service Plan for fiscal year 2010 contains opportunities available to those working in local, state, and federal corrections.
2016 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium: Interactive Instruction Ignites Learning Proceedings Document
This Proceedings Document reflects all the key content and activities of the three-day 2016 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium.
These eight courses from NIC will assist agencies and staff in meeting the requirements of Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).
Thinking for a Change 4.0 (T4C) is an integrated cognitive behavioral change program used in corrections. T4C has 25 lessons.
This training curriculum assists legislators, policymakers, and corrections professionals address the gender-specific needs of women prisoners.
Hepatitis C in Corrections: Innovations in Treatment and Management of a Public Health Challenge [Internet Broadcast]
This internet broadcast from the National Institute of Correction (NIC) covers the newest innovations in treatment practices, protocols, and management of HCV and its implications for criminal justice, corrections organizations and public health.
Best Practices in Creating and Delivering LGBTQ Cultural Competency Trainings for Health and Social Service Agencies
This document explains how to effectively develop and deliver LGBTQ cultural competency training.
The National Criminal Justice Association [NCJA] hosts a number of webinar series focusing on a variety of topics. Our webinars focus on innovative and data-driven programs and practices to keep you ahead of the learning curve.
This webinar focuses on the legal liability of agencies and staff when engaging in cross gender supervision and searches of people in custody.