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July 2012 - NIC News & Updates

NIC News & Updates


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    Building a New Jail? Four Ways NIC can Help!

    The National Institute of Corrections offers a series of services to jurisdictions embarking upon developing a new institution. These services are provided at no cost to the requesting agency. For information on obtaining these services, please see “ How to get New Facility Development Assistance from NIC” below. Take the Time to Do it Right “A new jail is probably the most expensive and complicated capital improvement project a local jurisdiction will undertake. It makes sense...
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    New to the NIC Website – Correctional Industries

    Recently added to the National Institute of Corrections website, you will find a new Project page containing resources and upcoming trainings on Correctional Industries . This web page describes NIC’s Correctional Industries Initiative to serve as “a catalyst to provide Industries staff and their stakeholders with the information, expertise, and capacity needed to identify relevant organizational priorities, establish strategic objectives, identify measurable goals and objectives, and...
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    NIC Supports Probation, Parole, and Community Services Week

    The National Institute of Corrections encourages all of you – from corrections practitioners to supporters of the field – to pause this week from your busy schedules to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of community corrections to the justice system and the public in all regions of our nation as we celebrate Probation, Parole and Community Service Week , July 15-21, 2012. Perhaps no term in all of corrections is more encompassing than “community corrections.” Simply...
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