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Jail training

  • Staffing Analysis Workbook for Jails (2nd Ed)

    An integrated series of steps that result in a comprehensive and innovative staffing plan is presented.
  • Alleviating Jail Crowding: A Systemic Approach [Videoconference Held April 18, 2001]

    Since jail crowding is often called the most pressing problem facing criminal justice systems in the U.S., this 3-hour videoconference aims to help
  • Jail Inmates with Mental Illness: A Community Problem [Videoconference Held April 17, 2002]

    This videoconference addresses issues faced by jails that must deal with increasing numbers of inmates with serious mental illnesses.
  • NIC Broadcast: Mental Illness in Jails Q & A

    Questions and answers regarding the following topics are provided: deferred prosecution, recidivism, isolation, cost concerns, coordinated efforts,
  • LJN Exchange, Annual Issue 2004; Large Jail Network Exchange, Annual Issue 2004

    This issue includes: Foreword, by Richard Geaither, National Institute of Corrections Jails Division; You Can Do It: Putting an End to Pharmacy Cos
  • Proceedings of the Large Jail Network Meeting, Winter 2005

    This Large Jail Network meeting took place January 30-February 1, 2005, in Longmont, Colorado.
  • Jail Inspection Basics: Supervisors Guide

    This guide prepares supervisors for conversations with new inspectors taking the "Jail Inspection Basics: An Introductory Self-Study Course for Jai
  • Jail Inspection Basics: An Introductory Self-Study Course for Jail Inspectors

    This self-paced, self-instruction course explains the role and responsibilities of a jail inspector.
  • The Mentally Ill in Jail: Whose Problem Is It Anyway? [Satellite/Internet Broadcast]

    This 3-hour program, originally broadcast July 15, 2009, provides an overview of opportunities that can help your organization prepare to work with
  • New Jail Planning: Getting It Right

    This video explores the lessons learned by four communities that built new jails.
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