While the Large Jail Network (LJN) meeting is only for larger jails/jail systems, many of the topics presented and discussed are pertinent and valuable to jails and jail systems of any size. The meeting is sponsored every spring and fall by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) for administrators of jails and jail systems with more than 1,000 inmates. At each meeting a number of current and important topics are presented by corrections professionals and consultants working in the field of corrections. The September 2012 proceedings covered several emerging topics including:
You can download the proceedings of this meeting from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) online library.
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