Jail Administration Management and Operations Training
- Human Resource Issues
- Legal and Liability Issues
- Fiscal Issues
- Duties of a Jail Administrator
- Professionalism and Ethics
- Staff Training
- Supervisory Skills
- Managing the Generations
- Leadership Motivation and Development
- Jail Standards
Who Should Attend:Limited to Texas Criminal Justice Professionals
Training Hours: 40
Feb 25 (03:00 pm) - Mar 01, 2024 (01:00 pm)
Location Information:George J. Beto Criminal Justice Center
816 17th Street
Huntsville, TX 77340
Hotel Information: *
University Hotel - SHSU
1610 Bobby K. Marks Drive
Huntsville, TX 77340
The Jail Administration Management and Operations training (JAMO) focuses on professional development of Jail Administrators and Assistant Jail Administrators. The program allows participants to have current information, specific to Texas, about jail standards and practices, laws regarding inmate rights, budget management, and current jail issues.
CMIT will cover cost of training material, snack breaks, all meals, parking and hotel nights. Agencies are responsible for travel expenses.
This training is designed for Jail Administrators and Assistant Jail Administrators who have been in their positions for no more than two years. Nominees must be from Sheriff's Offices within the state of Texas.
JAMO is not a conference or seminar where by everyone and anyone that applies will attend. This program is limited to 30 participants. Staff must be nominated by their Sheriff and nomination forms and letters of support must be submitted by the deadline.
HOW WILL NOMINEES BE SELECTED TO ATTEND?
CMIT will consider a variety of diversity issues in selecting participants. The Institute will review nominations and select qualified participants that represent a diverse selection of regions and agencies.
Step 1 Nomination By the deadline of the designated class, nominations must be signed by the nominee's Sheriff and submitted, along with a letter of a support providing information on the nominee and how this class will benefit him/her as well as your agency or department.
Step 2 Registration Candidates will receive either a letter of acceptance or decline to attend this training 30 days prior to the start date. Those who are accepted into the program will be provided with additional class information at that time. CMIT will make hotel reservations for those accepted into the program.
Professional dress is expected.
If paid, full refunds will be given to those who cancel in writing more than ten (10) working days prior to the training. A refund of 70% of the fees paid will be authorized when a written request for cancellation and refund of conference or program fees is submitted less than ten (10) working days prior to the scheduled start of the program. If unpaid, those who cancel in writing more than ten (10) working days prior to the training will have all fees waived. When a written request for cancellation is submitted less than ten (10) working days prior to the scheduled start of the program, the participant will be responsible for 30% of the conference rate at the time they registered. The Correctional Management Institute of Texas reserves the right to retain or collect fees in full for those who fail to cancel in writing prior to the training or for those who fail to attend. Substitutions are permitted at anytime.
* Unless otherwise noted, hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the participant.