Webinar – (PH)REAL: PHilosophy, Relationship, Equipping, Attitude and Leadership

Did you know that 99% of all leadership occurs not from the TOP but from the MIDDLE of an organization? Join the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) to explore the qualities of effective leaders at all levels and the essential skills necessary to flourish in one’s own management style while respecting organizational structure and mission. Through a series of interactive activities, attendees will explore how current and future leaders can bring relevant tools, values, and influence to and from every level of a correctional organization. 

Join the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) for their webinar “(PH)REAL: PHilosophy, Relationship, Equipping, Attitude and Leadership” on February 19, 2020 at 1 pm ET. This interactive webinar will explore qualities of effective current and future leaders in every level of a correctional organization. Attendees will learn how to excel as leaders, flourish in their own management styles, positively contribute, and develop necessary skills to succeed within the organizational structure and in line with the organization’s mission.

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) invites researchers and practitioners with expertise in criminal justice and violence reduction to submit presentation proposals for the tentatively-planned 2020 PSP Symposium on Violent Crime that will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma on August 31–September 2. Presentations will be featured during 90-minute breakout sessions at this invitation-only event.

Crime Gun Intelligence Center 2020 Solicitation Informational Webinar

Please join the National Resource and Technical Assistance Center (NRTAC) on Improving Law Enforcement Investigations, a center funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and administered by the National Police Foundation and its partners, for an informational webinar on BJA’s 2020 Crime Gun Intelligence Center (CGIC) Solicitation. The BJA and NRTAC team will provide an overview of the 2020 CGIC Solicitation and will review eligibility, program essential elements, roles and responsibilities of a CGIC, and much more.

The National Institute of Corrections is seeking four to six participants for its blended learning training program Safety Matters: Managing Relationships in Women’s Facilities. Candidates should have experience with preexisting gender-responsive knowledge and motivational interviewing skills, as well as possess an understanding of the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards and strategies to support sexual safety.

MOU and MOA Drafting - Strategies for Creating Effective Partnerships

This Community of Practice webinar is one of a series of monthly webinars meant to encourage open dialog among participants. All phone lines/microphones are open to allow participants to ask questions and discuss the topic with each other, with facilitators guiding the conversation. This is funded by award 2016-IC-BX-K002 for the Tribal Justice Systems Planning Project.

Webinar - Using and Sharing Data Across Health, Human Services and Justice Systems

Counties across the country are building collaborative partnerships to reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in their jails. Despite the progress that counties have made, they still face challenges with sharing information across multiple systems, limiting their success in identifying people involved in these systems, coordinating services and supervision, and tracking the impact of their efforts. 

Webinar - Project Safe Release

Through These Doors (the domestic violence resource center in Cumberland County, Maine) and Maine Pre-Trial Services were awarded a prestigious grant from the MacArthur Foundation in October 2018 to improve collaboration between the two organizations to reach women who are incarcerated identifying as victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This pilot project, Project Safe Release, is one of the first nationally to partner victim advocacy services and pre-trial services.

Webinar - MAT Medication Diversion Brief

As criminal justice agencies grapple with the impacts of the opioid epidemic, an increasing number of correctional facilities are using medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in order to initiate or maintain treatment among individuals experiencing opioid use disorders. Despite the potential for MAT to reduce recidivism and overdose fatalities, many jails and prisons are reluctant to allow individuals to be on MAT medications due to diversion concerns.