Managing Risk With Objective Jail Classification
Instructor: Major Mandy Lambert, CJM
This seminar provides participants with a full understanding of how the methods of objective inmate classification meet the legal standard of “duty to protect.” It demonstrates the methods of risk and needs assessment that begins at the point of arrest and continues throughout the custody continuum. Seminar participants learn how the “duty to protect” defines jail resource requirements of housing, supervision, and health care services. Jail administrators take home seminar information to educate their legislative bodies as to their “legal duty” to adequately fund jail resources. All participants receive a model classification manual developed by the presenters containing sample classification instruments, data dictionaries, and the inmate management information system requirements necessary to fully implement an objective system of inmate classification.
Tuition: $300 Members/Non-Members
A minimum number of participants are needed to hold our seminars. You may cancel up to five business days prior to the Professional Development Seminar. No refunds will be given for cancellations received five or less business days before the class. All cancellations are subject to a $50 service fee. Your cancellation must be received in writing via fax or e-mail. Substitutions will be acceptable. “No Shows” will be charged at the applicable rate.
It is strongly recommended that participants DO NOT purchase airline tickets without first contacting AJA to confirm program availability.Seminars begin at 8:00 AM and usually go until 5:00 PM (unless otherwise noted)
Hotel Accommodations & Training Location
Fairfield Inn & Suites
Sacramento Airport Woodland
2100 Freeway Drive
Woodland, CA 95776
$109 Single/Double Occupancy
(11.5% sales tax)
Ask for American Jail Association Block