The NIC Jails Division's services include training, networks, technical assistance, and information resources, such as documents and DVDs. These services are conducted under four initiatives.
Issues surrounding the prevention of inmate suicide in jails are addressed. Lessons learned from two case studies and two legal cases are covered.
This document explains “Element 4: Defining and Conveying Expectations for Behavior” of NIC's IBM comprehensive management system.
This collection is comprised of a training program and an agency policy regarding the treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex inmates.
This website provides access to copies of training manuals for courses provided by the California Board of State and Community Standards.
This video covers lessons learned by four communities that built new jail using the four major steps of the Facility Developmental Process model.
This 3-hour program can help your organization prepare to work with persons suffering from mental illness in jails.
This self-paced, self-instruction course explains the role and responsibilities of a jail inspector.
This guide prepares supervisors for conversations with new inspectors taking the "Jail Inspection Basics" self-guided course.
This 3-hour videoconference aims to help jurisdictions develop effective strategies and techniques for managing jail population levels.