The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) established national standards for prisons, jails, community confinement facilities, and lockups to prevent, detect, and respond to sexual abuse and sexual harassment. A significant focus was placed on transgender and intersex individuals, requiring the development of policies, procedures, practices, and training to meet those standards. Listen in to hear how corrections professionals manage transgender populations in correctional environments. Learn how the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections addressed these challenges by joining us for a free webinar, Transgender Populations In Corrections, presented by David Radziewicz, PREA Coordinator for PA DOC.
The recently passed bipartisan First Step Act is expected to reduce recidivism and redefine sentencing laws. For a corrections industry at the center of the recidivism cycle, the next few months should be informative—and possibly industry-shaping.
Making good software purchases requires more than technical knowledge—persuasion skills and a deep knowledge of your agency’s inner workings are critical, too. Whether tasked with explaining an existing purchase or asking for permission to cut the check, here are tips you need to ensure your purchase looks like the good idea you know it is.
In a field known for its iconic technology, the vehicles first responders drive are arguably the most visible—and high-tech—tools of all. A slate of innovation has kept autos across branches highly capable, helping organizations with appropriate budget bandwidth achieve better support for their most important tasks.
The ongoing militarization of local and state law enforcement is a highly contentious topic—and one that cuts to the core of American opinion on law enforcement. Amidst a shifting cultural and political landscape, adopting a measured approach to militarization may help agencies attain both their goals and public support.
With its financial savings and seemingly endless list of potential use cases, Cloud technology has become increasingly important to businesses across the private and public sectors in recent years. Though they bring a unique mix of security challenges and needs to the table, first response agencies can also benefit from the technology’s presence if they choose wisely.
Law enforcement accountability is not just a buzzword or a rallying cry for distraught citizens. It is a major point of focus for agencies and the people they serve. For agencies, achieving greater accountability often requires new techniques, technologies, and training strategies—an especially effective approach when used in combination.
As the past five years have shown, community policing is more than a buzzword — it is a legitimate movement within the law enforcement world. As more agencies adopt the philosophy and its tenets, on-demand training will provide much of the content that makes topical training possible.
Changes in marijuana legislation at the state level reflect a highly challenging and contradictory enforcement landscape.
With Little Predictive Capability, Police Turn to Evolved Training, Approach to Combat Active Shooters
Ever since the first recognized mass shooting event in the United in 1949, a continued uptick in active shooter activity has left law enforcement agencies at all levels to rethink their approach—an outcome that could result in fewer injuries and lives lost. With this unpreventable and often unpredictable crime wave on their hands, agencies are adopting a variety of strategies to keep their communities safe.