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Training in corrections

Victim Services and PREA: A Trauma-Informed Approach

This training program prepares corrections staff to develop and implement a victim services program that is trauma-informed and victim-centered.

PREA Employee Training

This curriculum was developed to assist agencies in addressing training requirements found in PREA standards.

Cross Gender Supervision and Legal Liability [Webinar]

This webinar focuses on the legal liability of agencies and staff when engaging in cross gender supervision and searches of people in custody.

Religion in Corrections: Offenders' Rights, Your Responsibility [Internet Broadcast]

This webcast addresses the conflict of “myth versus reality” regarding the role of the chaplain/religious director in corrections.

The Corrections Profession: Maintaining Safety and Sanity, Part 2

This program is the second of a two-part webinar, and covers the physical and emotional challenges faced by correctional personnel. 

NIC Services in Managing Justice-Involved Women

The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is a great resource for information about gender-responsive topics.

LGBTI Populations: Intake – Creating a Culture of Safety [Internet Broadcast]

This broadcast will demonstrate effective and professional communication with LGBTI offenders during the intake process.

Preventing and Addressing Sexual Abuse in Tribal Detention Facilities: The Impact of the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)

This curriculum improves the capacity of tribal detention officers to adequately prevent and respond to incidents of sexual abuse in Indian Country.

Specialized Training: PREA Medical and Mental Care Standards

The intent of the curriculum is to provide prisons, jails, community confinement, and juvenile detention facilities with specialized training for medical and mental health personnel on specific aspects of Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).

Specialized Training: Investigating Sexual Abuse in Confinement Settings

This training program “is designed to address the requirements outlined in the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) standard 115.34/.134/.234/.334 requiring specialized training for individuals tasked with investigating alleged incidents of sexual abuse in confinement settings.

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