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The American Jail Association staff and Board of Directors are here to serve you and all the jails across our great Nation. We represent the smallest of jails to the largest. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, concerns, and suggestions.
We stand by our “mission statement,” to focus exclusively on supporting the professionals who staff and operate our Nation’s jails, and we encourage you to become involved in our association. Together we can represent corrections professionals in all capacities and be the “go-to place” for jail resources.
Jamie L. Clayton CJM
American Jail Association
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The 2015-16 AJA Board of Directors will be sworn in on Sunday, April 19,... [...]
The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections; the Pima County (Arizona) Department of... [...]
A first-of-its-kind study of Texas youth involved with the juvenile justice system shows that... [...]
The MacArthur Foundation announced this past Wednesday an initial five-year, $75 million investment that... [...]
More than 9 million people are released from more than 3,000 county jails nationwide... [...]
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A new fact sheet from NIOSH ( National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)... [...]
Washington (CNN)—The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the religious freedom claims... [...]
Thirty years ago, the Department of Justice began a 20-year initiative not only to... [...]
Best Practices in the Use of Restraints with Pregnant Women and Girls Under Correctional... [...]
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) unfolding differently in every State,... [...]
Corrections departments are increasingly using segregated housing, or solitary confinement, for prisoners not because... [...]