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Management & leadership skills
EBDM is a method of applying empirical knowledge and research principles to justice system decisions made at the case, agency, and system level.
The purpose of this Guide is to prepare VSPs [victim service providers) to become part of an EBDM [Evidence-Based Decision Making] policy team.
Identifying Core Competencies and Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) for Jail Leaders: Methods and Outcomes
The process by which it was determined what knowledge, skills, and abilities jail leaders should have in order to be successful at their jobs is explained.
This manual is designed to be used both as a checklist of key management concepts and as a reminder of important organizational issues that need to be addressed to achieve positive public safety outcomes in an evidence-based environment.
Executive Training for Newly Appointed Juvenile Facility Directors [Lesson Plan and Participant's Manual]
This 36-hour training program targets skills needed to effectively lead a juvenile corrections or detention facility.
This training program explains qualities and skill building for first time correctional supervisors.
This 16-hour course explores the skills needed in leading group participants to achieve specific learning goals
Mid-Level Managers L.E.A.D. Program (Leadership Enrichment and Development) [Lesson Plan and Participant's Manual]
Leadership basics for mid-level managers are covered.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting January 2001.