Seminars & Webinars



AJA’s Professional Development Seminars & Webinars
focus exclusively on issues specific to the operations of local correctional facilities.

These single or multi-day intensive seminars & webinars provide beneficial and useful information to bring back for use in your facility. Many times the greatest learning experiences come from the networking. Classes include practitioners from all around the country. Many attendees keep in touch with those friends and colleagues they met through AJA training!

Join the thousands of correctional professionals who have turned to AJA for training, while advancing their careers, and strengthening their agencies


2017 Seminar & Webinar Schedule

 

July 17-18, 2017 | Seminar - Olathe, Kansas
Legal Issues in Today's Jail
Instructor: Carrie Hill
This two-day seminar addresses key legal issues facing jails today as well as Supreme Court decisions of the last 12 months.


July 24-25, 2017 | Seminar - Aurora, Colorado
Risk Liability for Jail Supervisors
Instructors: Peter Perroncello, CJM, MS, CCHP, CCT & Judge Katherine Sullivan
This two-day class is designed to assist the jail supervisor to recognize and avoid liability.  The best way to steer clear of litigious situations is to be informed.


July 26-28, 2017 | Seminar - Woodland, California
Managing Risk with Objective Jail Classification
Instructor: Major Mandy Lambert
STC # 05735612
This three day seminar provides participants with a full understanding of how the methods of objective inmate classification meet the legal standard of “duty to protect.”


August 1-2, 2017 | Seminar - Savannah, Georgia
PREA - Finding the Truth: Investigations of Sexual Abuse of Inmates in Confinement Settings
Instructor: Beth Layman & Cari Gerlicher
This two-day class is designed specifically for investigators who are responsible for investigating allegations (administrative and/or criminal) of sexual abuse in confinement settings.

(subject to change)