Correctional Management Institute of Texas
Training the Corrections Field . . .
The Correctional Management Institute of Texas, created in 1994, is Enhancing Corrections in adult and juvenile community and institutional corrections agencies by providing the following:
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Date: April 4-7, 2017
Who Should Attend:Jail/Prison, Community Corrections, Leadership , Support Staff, Jail Personnel, Court Coordinators and Administrators, Law Enforcement Personnel, ISD Law Enforcement, Adult and Juvenile Probation Personnel, County Clerks and Personnel, TDCJ Officers
Date:March 29 - 31, 2017
Location: The Woodlands, TX
As a joint presentation by the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas and the Correctional Management Institute of Texas, Countering Radicalization is designed to help law enforcement, intelligence, corrections, probation, and parole professionals understand radicalization threats and to share information to counter issues at the local and regional levels.
The CMIT Research Division presents these briefs to provide facilitators, staff, administration, and others an overview of literature as well as provide helpful tools and information to assist those in the field. These briefs will be featured quarterly.
Date: July 10 - 13, 2017
Location: Montgomery, Texas
Hours: Up to 18
Who Should Attend?:Jail/Prison, Community Corrections, Leadership, Support Staff, ISD Law Enforcement, Law Enforcement Personnel, Specialty Court Personnel, Other
In September 2012, the Correctional Management Institute of Texas took a big step forward in the use of technology and hosted its first live internet broadcast. The broadcast was such a success, CMIT has determined this is a great resource to the field and will continue to host internet broadcasts. Each broadcast will be recorded and once edited, it will be placed on the website for those that may have missed the broadcast to view or those that need to view it again.
|OPEN||Feb 28 - Mar 02, 2017||Decision Points||Huntsville||20||$830.00|
|OPEN||Mar 12 - 17, 2017||Senior Level Corrections Leadership Development Program||Huntsville||36||FREE|
|OPEN||Mar 20 - 24, 2017||Mandatory Topics Training for Trainers: Juvenile Probation Officer Basic||Huntsville||28.5||FREE|
|OPEN||Mar 20 - 24, 2017||Newly Elected Sheriff's Jail Administration Management and Operations Training||Huntsville||28||FREE|
|OPEN||Mar 29 - 31, 2017||Countering Radicalization||The Woodlands||up to 16.5 TCOLE Hours (subject to change)||$250.00|
|OPEN||Apr 02 - 05, 2017||2017 Texas Probation Association - Annual Conference (TPA)||Austin||Participants earn up to 17 Certification Hours (10.5 Management)||Special|
|OPEN||Apr 04 - 07, 2017||Women in Criminal Justice Conference||Galveston||Up to 20 hours||$275.00|
|OPEN||Apr 09 - 14, 2017||Mid-Management Leadership Program||Huntsville||36||FREE|
|FULL||Apr 10 - 12, 2017||Texas Association of Specialty Courts - 2017 Annual Training Conference||Bastrop||Special|
|OPEN||Apr 23, 2017||2017 Association of Paroling Authorities International (APAI) Chairs' Meeting||Vancouver, Canada||FREE|