Join us for one of our many Regional Jail Workshops scheduled throughout the United States.
This training workshop will introduce participants to the process of implementing an inmate behavior management plan within the jail as a critical component to a safe and secure environment. Corrections practitioners have often considered the design and condition of the physical plant, the quality of locking systems, the use of restraint devices, and staff’s ability to physically defend themselves as primary means to achieving safety and security, and there is no disputing their importance. However, experience has shown jails cannot rely on these measures alone. To be safe and secure, jail staff must actively supervise and manage inmate behavior.
Sheriffs, jail administrators, managers, supervisors, program managers and professionals in juvenile and adult corrections including; Sheriff’s office administrators, County administrators, Jail command staff, Jail shift supervisors, Classification officers, Intake officers, Housing unit officers, Jail program managers, Representatives of facilities contemplating new jail construction , Representatives of jurisdictions procuring or designing a new jail management system.
March 16, 2017
Inmate Classification - More than Just Housing
Hosted by the Tipton County Sheriff
Tipton County Foundation Conference Center
1020 West Jefferson Street
Tipton, IN 46072
1764 Forest Ridge Drive, Suite A
Traverse City, Michigan 49686
3000 Youngfield Street, Suite 338
Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80215
Toll Free: 888.221.4615