This webinar provides a basic overview of what mental illness looks like in an offender and a brief discussion on the overlap of mental illness and the criminal justice system.
Sgt. Keith Kaiser shares about one of the challenges of a traditional training program. Taking officers off the street or out of jails, to have them present at physical training locations means finding additional officers to backfill empty posts. By bringing in new technology, Keith provides online training anytime and anywhere for his officers.
“We are able to blend the existing way we have done business as a training function, with new technological aspects.”
Sergeant Keith Kaiser
Director of Training, Lake County Sheriff’s Office
Our juvenile services courses are an important part of both our Corrections Essentials and Community Corrections Essentials libraries. The courses are designed to engage learners through an interactive learning environment and written by corrections professionals with expertise in their course subject areas. Each course is self-paced and includes a final exam; certificates may be printed upon successful completion of the course.
We surveyed more than 190 law enforcement and public safety professionals to obtain an industry perspective on staff development and training issues. For the first time, organizations will have the opportunity to benchmark their current practices and beliefs against a national sample on everything from training topics, budgets, regulation and technology.
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