Kansas Jail Training Academy (KJTA) – November 8-12, 2021

Kansas Sheriffs’ Association in partnership with the National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO) is pleased to announce a new legal-based jail training academy for jail administrators and supervisors in Kansas. To accomodate everyone’s busy schedules two 5-Day sessions have been planned to provide individuals with 40 credit hours of NIJO’s legal-based training taught by the best corrections experts in the country.

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Kansas Jail Training Academy (KJTA) – August 9-13, 2021

Kansas Sheriffs’ Association in partnership with the National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO) is pleased to announce a new legal-based jail training academy for jail administrators and supervisors in Kansas. To accomodate everyone’s busy schedules two 5-Day sessions have been planned to provide individuals with 40 credit hours of NIJO’s legal-based training taught by the best corrections experts in the country.

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Kansas Jail Training Academy (KJTA) – May 3-7, 2021

Kansas Sheriffs’ Association in partnership with the National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO) is pleased to announce a new legal-based jail training academy for jail administrators and supervisors in Kansas. To accomodate everyone’s busy schedules two 5-Day sessions have been planned to provide individuals with 40 credit hours of NIJO’s legal-based training taught by the best corrections experts in the country.

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RESCHEDULED TO March 10th – AJAC 1st Quarter Training Session

The Alabama Jail Administrator Council will host an open forum to share and discuss hot topics and management issues Alabama jail administrators are currently facing. NIJO and ASA express gratitude to Marshall County Sheriff’s Office for hosting this quarter’s training session.

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Inmates at St. Louis Jail Attack Corrections Officer, Set Fires in Their Unit

ST LOUIS, MO – About 115 inmates at a St. Louis jail escaped their cells, broke windows and set small fires in their unit on Saturday, officials said. The disturbance at the City Justice Center began around 2:30 a.m. when a “defiant detainee” got into a scuffle with a corrections officer, St. Louis Public Safety…

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