AJAC 1st Quarter Training Session
March 10 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm$25
The Alabama Jail Administrators’ Council (AJAC) provides nationally certified training on key topics specific to Alabama jails and the administrators who oversee the operations of facilities. Additionally, AJAC provides an open forum to share and discuss critical management issues. We are express appreciation to our session host, Sheriff Phil Sims and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office who will provide a complimentary lunch to all attendees.
Date: Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 (moved from February 17th*)
Time: 10:00 am CST
Location: Marshall County Sheriff’s Office – 3550 Creek Path Road, Guntersville, AL 35976
*Due to winter storm warnings in effect for the Central and Southern states, the training session was rescheduled to March 10th.
AGENDA ITEMS / TOPICS:
- Exciting AJAC announcements
- Using CARES Act for Corrections
- COVID and Classification
- Complimentary lunch by Marshall County Sheriff’s Office
“Toxic Employees” – Keith Hoskins, NCCE
Employees are always the greatest asset in any jail, but a toxic officer or staff member can wreak havoc and compromise operational interests and morale and increase the liability of the agency. Learn to identify behaviors and warning signs, know the different types of toxic characteristics and how to manage toxic employees from an administrative and co-worker level.
AJAC members, NIJO and Alabama Sheriffs’ Association express gratitude to our training host, Sheriff Phil Sims and Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, and to our session sponsors, Legacy Commissary Services and KPrime Technologies.