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Training in corrections

Building Tomorrow's Workforce: An Effective Reentry Strategy [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held August 2008]

This program focuses on the history and benefits of correctional industries and ways to balance competing interests.

Women and Work: Gender Responsivity and Workforce Development [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held September 24-25, 2008]

This training program presents strategies for making women offender workplace development programs more responsive to their clients. 

Victim Impact: Listen and Learn

This 32-hour program shows offenders the impact of their crimes on their victims.

Sharing Gang Intelligence Bridging the Gap: Corrections - Police - Educators [Satellite/Internet Broadcast]

This publication explains why collaboration and information sharing are needed for effective management of gangs and ensuring public safety.

NIC Fiscal Year 2009 Service Plan: Technical Assistance, Information, and Training for Adult Corrections

NIC's Service Plan for fiscal year 2009 contains opportunities available to those working in local, state, and federal corrections.

PMR: Public and Media Relations: Gaining Confidence and Competence

This two-hour DVD training course presents techniques for interacting effectively with the public and press.

Public & Media Relations: Take Control of Your Message

This training session covers strategies and techniques for effectively interacting with the press.

The Mindful Supervisor: Cognitive Principles in Staff Supervision

This training program explains qualities and skill building for first time correctional supervisors.

Pretrial Justice: Principles and Practices

This two-hour program discusses strategies for developing an effective pretrial process.

A Model for Social Justice: Collaboration Between Faith-Based and Community Organizations and Corrections [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held September 12, 2007]

This 3-hour program examines collaboration between faith-based organizations, community organizations, and corrections and successful reentry.

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