Marketing Strategies for Inmate Programs: A Succinct Review
This document provides a succinct review of marketing strategies for inmate programs.
Managing Long-Term Inmates: A Guide for the Correctional Administrator
This guide for correctional administrators explains the management of long-term inmates.
Objective Jail Classification Systems: A Guide for Jail Administrators
Objective jail classification (OJC) is a process of assessing every jail inmate's custody and program needs and is considered one of the most impor
Gangs, Community and Corrections [Videoconference held June 10, 1998]
This is a 2-hour forum on gang-related criminal activity in the community and within the correctional environment.
Options for Managing Difficult Inmates [Videoconference held on June 13, 2001]
Difficult inmates, such as those who have gang affiliations, chronic behavioral problems or who are mentally or socially challenged, require more c
Jail Resource Issues: What Every Funding Authority Needs to Know
Basic information about jail operations is provided to contribute to a better understanding of the funding authority's roles and responsibilities r
Correctional Health Care: Guidelines for the Management of an Adequate Delivery System
A comprehensive reference that provides guidance in the provision of health services to inmates is presented.
Budget Guide for Jail Administrators - Part 1: Developing the Budget
Designed for jail administrators, this guide discusses the elements of an effective process for budgeting both capital and operational jail expense
Budget Guide for Jail Administrators - Part 3: Beyond Budget Allocation - Sources of Funding and Services
Designed for jail administrators, this guide describes strategies for identifying, securing, and coordinating jai resources from multiple sources,
Budget Guide for Jail Administrators - Part 2: Managing the Budget
Designed for jail administrators, this guide provides an overview of jail budget management, along with relevant responsibilities and strategies.
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