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Training in corrections

Addressing Staff Sexual Misconduct with Offenders [Videoconference Held December 12, 2001]

This 3-hour videoconference discusses the development of sound agency practices to address sexual misconduct among staff and offenders.

Critical Knowledge About 12-Step Programs for Criminal Justice Professionals [Videoconference held August 29, 2001]

This 3-hour program discusses the strengths and weaknesses of 12-step programs and how they integrate with "what works" in the correctional field.

Bridging the Gap: Winning Administration's Support for Training

This 24-hour program instructs participants in the development of a strategic action plan that will link training with agency needs.

Competency Profile of Training Administrator

This DACUM profile describes the competencies expected of a Training Administrator.

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.

Psychopaths: Their Nature and Impact on Corrections [Videoconference held August 5, 1998]

This 3-hour interactive videoconference addresses both adult and juvenile psychopaths who are incarcerated or under community supervision.

Application and Use of Restraints in Custody: Reducing the Risk [Videoconference Held April 19, 2000]

This presentation discusses the risks associated with the use of restraints, tools to reduce risk, and the proper way to use restraints in custody.

Investigating Allegations of Staff Sexual Misconduct with Inmates [Lesson Plans]

A curriculum to address the needs of those who investigate allegations of staff sexual misconduct is presented.

Options for Managing Difficult Inmates [Videoconference held on June 13, 2001]

This 3-hour program covers difficult inmates that require more complex management interventions.

Female Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held July 18, 2001]

This video examines the needs, strengths, weaknesses, and risks associated with female offenders.

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