Managing Risk with Objective Jail Classification

This course is hosted by SCORE Jail.

This seminar provides participants with an opportunity to develop a full understanding of how the methods of, “Objective Jail Classification” (OJC) meet the legal standard of “duty to protect”.   Demonstrating the principals of risk management the participant will learn how the, “duty to protect” helps to define jail resource requirements for housing, supervision, and health care services.   Participants will take seminar information and materials that can be used to help educate their legislative bodies as to the, “legal duty” to adequately fund jail operations.  All participants receive a model classification manual developed by the instructor. The manual contains sample classification instruments, data dictionaries, and the inmate management information system requirements necessary to fully implement an objective system for inmate classification. 

Please refer to the flyer linked below for registration information.

 

$200

(206) 257- 6229

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