132nd Congress of Correction August 3-8, 2002 Anaheim, California.Opening Session Debate
Carlson vs. Carlson
Sunday, August 4, 2002
Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Ballroom 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Carlson vs. Carlson, a political debate featuring Margaret Carlson Margaret Carlson is an American journalist and a columnist for Bloomberg News.
She is best known for being the first woman columnist at TIME magazine. Carlson joined Time in January 1988 from The New Republic , columnist for TIME magazine, and Tucker Carlson Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson (born May 16, 1969) is a libertarian-conservative political news pundit who formerly co-hosted Crossfire and currently hosts Tucker, a national television news show, which is broadcast weekdays at 6 p.m. ET on MSNBC. , political analyst and renowned journalist, promises to be a highly informative and entertaining event during the Opening Session of the American Correctional Association's 132nd Congress of Correction.
Margaret Carlson was named a columnist for TIME magazine in February 1994. Her column, "Public Eye," made her the first woman columnist in the magazine's 78-year history. In addition to her duties at the magazine, she serves as a panelist on CNN's political programs, Inside Politics and The Capitol Gang. Ms. Carlson joined TIME in January 1988 from the New Republic, where she was managing editor. Her journalism career has included stints as Washington bureau chief for Esquire magazine, editor of Washington Weekly, and editor of the Legal Times of Washington.
In addition to covering Campaign 2000 extensively, spending time "Spending Time" is the first single released by Christian artist Stellar Kart.
The lyrics describe the band members desire to spend "more time with God". "Sometimes it’s a real struggle to spend time with God. with both Al Gore Noun 1. Al Gore - Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)
Albert Gore Jr., Gore and George W. Bush, Ms. Carlson has covered the last three presidential elections. In her column she has regularly commented on cultural and political issues, including the campaign finance scandals, the state of feminism, and education issues. She recently received a National Headliner Award far columns she wrote in 2000.
Tucker Carlson has also become one of the nation's leading experts on politics. With his fresh perspective and extensive knowledge of key political figures, Mr. Carlson serves as co-host of Crossfire A multi-GPU interface from ATI for connecting two ATI display adapters together for faster graphics rendering on one monitor. CrossFire machines require PCI Express slots, a CrossFire-enabled motherboard and, depending on which models are used, either a pair of ATI Radeon adapters or one , CNN's popular and lively political debate program. Mr. Carlson and co-host Robert Novack provide insight and commentary from a conservative point of view as they square off against co-hosts James Carville James Carville (born October 25, 1944) is an American political consultant, commentator, media personality and pundit. Known as the Ragin' Cajun, Carville gained national attention for his work as the lead strategist of the successful presidential campaign of then-Arkansas and Paul Begala Paul Begala (born May 12, 1961) is a political consultant, a commentator, and a former advisor to President Bill Clinton. He gained national prominence as half of the political consulting team Carville and Begala. "from the left."
Like his worthy opponent, Mr. Carlson has also provided analysis as a panelist for Inside Politics. In 1998, he joined the media roundtable on CNN's Sunday talk show Late Edition with Waif Blitzer. Most recently, Mr. Carlson was co-host of CNN's The Spin Room with Bill Press. He has also covered the White House, Congress and dozens of political campaigns.
A renowned journalist as well as a political analyst, Mr. Carlson writes the "National Affairs National Affairs, Inc. is a U.S. organization which published both The National Interest and The Public Interest. The organization was run by Irving Kristol, and featured board members such as former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former U. " column for New York New York, state, United States
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC inc - /ink/ increment, i.e. increase by one. Especially used by assembly programmers, as many assembly languages have an "inc" mnemonic.
Antonym: dec. .
500 Earl Road
Shorewood, IL 60431
Fax: (815) 744-7020
Web Site: ww.rrbrink.com
Contact: Charles R. Brink, President
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc., is a manufacturer of a full range of high-security locks and accessories designed for the modern correctional facility. After 26 years in business, R.R. Brink Locking Systems has a reputation for product quality, service and innovation. R.R. Brink Locking Systems pioneered the narrow-jamb type of electromechanical The use of electricity to run moving parts. Disk drives, printers and motors are examples. Electromechanical systems must be designed for the eventual deterioration of moving components that wear over time. The first TVs were electromechanical systems (see video/TV history). lock now used widely in minimum- and medium-security institutions. The company offers a complete range of locks and accessory items for key and/or remote electric door control. We invite you to inquire about our new sliding door locking and operating device, which is designed for retrofit applications, as well as new construction. Please visit R.R. Brink in Anaheim at booth 400.
Monday, August 5, 2002
8:15 a.m. - 10:00 am.
Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim Convention Center is a major convention center in Anaheim, California. It is located across from the Disneyland Resort on Katella Avenue. Much of the Anaheim Convention Center has been renovated in recent years with state-of-the-art facilities. Ballroom
Don Shula Donald Francis Shula (born January 4, 1930 in Grand River, Ohio) is a former professional football coach for the National Football League. He is best known as coach of the Miami Dolphins, the team he led to two Super Bowl victories, and to the NFL's only undefeated Perfect Season , professional football coach of the National Football League (NFL NFL
National Football League
NFL (US) n abbr (= National Football League) → Fußball-Nationalliga ) and most dominant figure since the late Vince Lombardi, will be the Keynote Speaker at the American Correctional Association's 132nd Congress of Correction.
Mr. Shula's record as head coach of the Baltimore Colts from 1963 to 1969 and the Miami Dolphins from 1970 to 1995 is unmatched in NFL history. In 1995, he concluded his 33rd season as the winningest NFL head coach
On July 26, 1997, Mr. Shula capped an illustrious career when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio Canton is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Stark CountyGR6. The municipality is located in northeastern Ohio and is situated on the Nimishillen Creek, approximately 24 miles (38 km) south of Akron , following his election into that shrine on January 25, 1997, his first year of eligibility.
Because of his success on the football field and his longtime civic and charitable service, Mr. Shula has received countless prestigious awards recognizing his contributions, including, most recently, the 1993 Sports Illustrated Sports Illustrated is the largest weekly American sports magazine owned by media conglomerate Time Warner. It has over 3 million subscribers and is read by 23 million adults each week, including over 18 million men, 19% of the adult males in the country. Sportsman of the Year Since its inception in 1954, Sports Illustrated magazine has annually presented the "Sportsman of the Year" award to "the athlete or team whose performance that year most embodies the spirit of sportsmanship and achievement." A majority of the winners have been American. Award, the 1994 Horatio Alger Award The Horatio Alger Award is an American award, given to individuals who have succeeded in the face of adversity. It is named for the author of rags-to-riches dime novels, Horatio Alger, Jr. External link
General Session Keynote Speaker Sponsors
Monday, August 5, 2002
8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Anaheim Convention Center Ballroom
ACA ACA - Application Control Architecture extends its gratitude to Hazelden Publishing and Educational Services; Printrak, A Motorola Company; and Wackenhut Corrections Corporation for providing us with football coach legend Don Shula.
HAZELDEN PUBLISHING AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
15251 Pleasant Valley Road
P.O. Box 176
Center City, MN 55012-0176
Web Site: www.hazelden.org
Contact: Peter Bell, Executive Vice President
Hazelden, a non-profit organization A non-profit organization (abbreviated "NPO", also "non-profit" or "not-for-profit") is a legally constituted organization whose primary objective is to support or to actively engage in activities of public or private interest without any commercial or monetary profit purposes. founded in 1949, is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of treatment and prevention of chemical dependency chemical dependency
A physical and psychological habituation to a mood- or mind-altering drug, such as alcohol or cocaine.
chemical dependency . As the foremost publisher of books, workbooks, videos, and curricula to help individuals recognize and overcome addiction and closely related problems, Hazelden is committed to providing quality treatment resources for the corrections field. This year Hazelden is proud to introduce a powerful new corrections curriculum, A New Direction: A Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Curriculum. Developed in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, this innovative, multi-format curriculum helps inmates recognize their criminal and addictive thinking patterns and change their negative behaviors. Learn more about A New Direction - and all of Hazelden's correctional offerings - by visiting us at booth 202.
PRINTRAK, A MOTOROLA COMPANY
1250 North Tustin Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92807
Tel: (888) 493-3590
Fax: (714) 237-0018
Web Site: www.motorola.com/printrak
Printrak, A Motorola Company ensures safety and security by creating fully-integrated cross-platform applications which enable all elements of incident and offender data to be managed, processed, archived, retrieved and shared among multiple sites and agencies.
As the leading worldwide supplier of integrated identification and information systems used in public safety, criminal justice and civil applications, Printrak's suite of core technologies provides networked palm/fingerprint, photo-imaging, corrections management, computer aided dispatch and automated records management systems. Printrak systems serve over 700 national, state, county and municipal agencies worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.motorola.com/printrak. Come and visit our representatives at booth 305.
WACKENHUT CORRECTIONS CORPORATION
4200 Wackenhut Drive
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410-4243
(561) 622-5656/(800) 666-5640
Fax: (561) 691-6659
Web Site: www.wcc-corrections.com
Contact: Ron Maddux, Vice President, Project Development (Domestic)
Ron Champion, Vice President, Business Development (International)
Dale Frick, Vice President, Business Development (Mental Health Services health services Managed care The benefits covered under a health contract and Special Needs)
Wackenhut Corrections Corporation (WCC WCC n abbr (= World Council of Churches) → COE m (Conseil œcuménique des Églises)
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See: New York Stock Exchange : WHC WHC World Heritage Centre
WHC World Heritage Committee
WHC World Heritage Convention
WHC Washington Hospital Center
WHC Wildlife Habitat Council (Silver Spring, MD)
WHC Wildlife Habitat Canada ) is a leading worldwide provider of privatized correctional management services. As experts in the development and implementation of business solutions that meet the diverse correctional management needs of government agencies, we provide:
* innovative, turnkey programs for design, construction, financing and management of state-of-the-art correctional facilities
* development and management of medical, mental health, and special needs rehabilitation facilities and services
* diversified services including electronic monitoring, prisoner transport Prisoner transport describes the transportation of prisoners by land, air and water. It is performed by law enforcement agencies and their armed agents or officers.
Special designed vehicles are used to fulfill security preventing escapes. and facility maintenance
WCC is one of the largest publicly traded companies publicly traded company
A company whose shares of common stock are held by the public and are available for purchase by investors. The shares of publicly traded firms are bought and sold on the organized exchanges or in the over-the-counter market. engaged solely in the business of managing correctional and detention facilities. Collectively, the 59 correctional and hospital facilities under contract and/or under development total approximately 43,063 beds including male, female, adult, young offender/juvenile, pre-trial, sentenced, and special needs offenders. Please visit us at booth 412.
Cruise Through the Congress in Style! Take the Shuttle!
Make your stay in Anaheim even easier by taking advantage of shuttle service during ACA's 132nd Congress of Correction. The shuttle will travel between the Anaheim Convention Center, the Hyatt Regency Orange County, the Hampton Inn and Suites, Garden Grove Garden Grove, city (1990 pop. 143,050), Orange co., S Calif., a suburb of Long Beach and Los Angeles, on the Santa Ana River; founded 1877, inc. 1956. Many of its residents work in nearby aerospace and defense installations, and there is light manufacturing. ; and the Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Garden Inn is the name of a chain of hotels operated by Hilton Hotels Corporation. Hilton Garden Inns are considered to be upscale, mid-priced hotels that are designed for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel brand is similar to that of the Courtyard by Marriott brand. Anaheim/Garden Grove. (All of these hotels are within close proximity of each other.) This convenient, time-saving service is provided by Carter Goble Lee and Keefe Supply Company.
CARTER GOBLE LEE
1619 Sumter Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Fax: (803) 779-8518
Web Site: www.cartergoblelee.com
Contact: Colin C. Lovett, Directar of Business Development
SOMETHING NEW IN 2002...Carter Gable Lee (CGL See Carrier Grade Linux. ) is the merging of two of the nation's foremost organizations in planning and maintaining criminal justice facilities. CGL will offer a range of services from front-end planning -- to provide a foundation for functional and physical solutions... to energy management and facility maintenance. In addition, the firm will provide the specialized services of operationally-focused programming and program management in support of efficient design and construction alternatives. CGL will embrace the justice system in its entirety, including corrections, courts, law enforcement, emergency operations, and specialized justice services and related agencies.
ACA Appreciates Its Shuttle Sponsors for providing this hassle-free service.
KEEFE SUPPLY COMPANY
10880 Lin Page Place
St. Louis, MO 63132-1008
(800) 325-8998/(314) 963-8700
Fax: (314) 963-8774
Contact: Rich Gray, Vice President, Sales
Keefe Supply Company is the nation's leading supplier of food and personal care products to prison and jail commissaries. Since 1975, we have provided quality products and services specifically designed for the correctional industry. Our product line includes more than 2,000 name brand and private label products, including our most recent in flexible packaging. Fresh Catch [R] Seafood, Brushy Creek [R] Meals, Citrus farms [TM] Juice Concentrates and Tokyo Diner The creator of this article, or someone who has substantially contributed to it, may have a conflict of interest regarding its subject matter.
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2. The Act of April 14, 1818, s. 6, requires that the president, by and with the consent of the senate, shall appoint a commissary general with the rank, pay, and emoluments service to correctional facilities through their affiliate, Keefe Commissary Network. The Windows [R] -based software can be integrated with various jail management systems to fit facilities' specific needs. Keefe's locations include: Denver (CO), Jacksonville (FL), Atlanta (GA), St. Louis (MO), Reno (NV), Edison (NJ), Cleveland (OH), Dallas (TX), Chesapeake (VA) and Seattle (WA). Come by and visit us at booth 652 during the Congress.
Behold the Modern Sounds and Images of the Congress!
In addition to experiencing the beauty and magic of Anaheim, California “Anaheim” redirects here. For Annaheim, see Annaheim, Saskatchewan.
Anaheim is a city in Orange County, California, located 28 miles southeast of Los Angeles. attendees will discover the modern sights and sounds of the Congress as well with the best audiovisual services available.... thanks to Congress Audiovisual Sponsors HLM HLM Habitation à Loyer Modéré (France)
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HLM Holland, Michigan Design and Turner Construction Turner Construction Company is one of the largest construction management companies in the United States with a construction volume of $8.5 billion in 2006. According to Engineering News-Record Company! So stop, look and listen to everything that is happening during the 132nd Congress of Correction in Anaheim.
121 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-5399
Fax: (704) 358-0229
Contact: Robert Boyle, AIA AIA - Application Integration Architecture , National Director of Justice Architecture
Criminal justice facilities demand innovative design, a consensus-building approach and operational understanding. HLM Design's solutions for complex correctional facilities address public sensitivities and social philosophies regarding safety, security, cost and efficiency. Courts and correctional facilities intertwine to create the nation's justice system; HLM Design creates the buildings that support its changing needs
Thanks to our Audiovisual Sponsors, our communications are crystal clear!
TURNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
9190 Priority Way West Drive, Suite 210
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Fax: (317) 573-2822
Contact: Mary K. McHatton, Vice President, Criminal Justice
Established in 1902, Turner Construction Company has developed a reputation as a leader in providing building construction services. For 100 years, Turner clients have benefitted from unparalleled local market knowledge, national resources, and expertise gained through working to find the best solution to every project. Turner's experience provides the sensitivity needed in the unique environment of justice facility construction. For many years, the Years, The
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See : Time company has been building facilities for the nation's justice system, including jails, prisons, justice centers, judicial buildings, and law enforcement and juvenile facilities. Turner is consistently recognized as a construction leader in the justice industry. Staff members work on justice facilities projects in a team-oriented fashion with the goal of exceeding client expectations. Turner's history of completing quality projects ahead of schedule and within budget often prompts clients to choose the company again for subsequent justice or general building projec ts. As Turner enters its second century. they remain committed to building the future with clients, communities, institutions, and design professionals. Stop by and visit us at booth 340 while in Anaheim.
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY TOURS
Tuesday, August 6, 2002 1:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The Correctional Facility Tour program, coordinated by the California Host Committee, offers attendees the opportunity to tour local jails and both Federal and State correctional facilities. The following facilities have offered to assist the American Correctional Association The American Correctional Association is an association of providers of services to prisons in the United States. It holds an annual trade show where products used in prisons are shown to prospective purchasers.
It was formerly known as the American Prison Association. during the 132nd Congress of Correction. Make sure to visit the Correctional Facility Tours booth in the Registration Area when you arrive, as these tours are always popular and fill to capacity quickly. Transportation to and from the facilities will be provided by the California Host Committee.
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AUTHORITY
Youth and Adult Correctional Agency
California Youth Authority
Southern Youth Correctional Reception Center and Clinic
The Southern Youth Correctional Reception Center and Clinic (SYCRCC), opened in 1954, is a diagnostic and residential institution for youthful male offenders. At the clinic, a diagnostic evaluation diagnostic evaluation Workup Medtalk An evaluation used to diagnose disease Components Medical Hx, CXR or other images, collection of specimens from blood for lab analysis is prepared with a recommendation for a treatment program. Offenders are also received for re-evaluation, temporary detention and for parole violation disposition hearings. The evaluation consists of various interviews and tests. Each offender undergoes academic/vocational testing, medical/dental examinations, and psychological and/or psychiatric evaluations.
The diagnostic evaluation is utilized by institution staff when considering and recommending alternatives. The Youthful Offender Parole Board pa`role´ board`
n. 1. A group of individuals with authority to determine whether a prisoner will be granted parole from a particular prison. uses the evaluation as a basis for determining length of stay and release on parole. Field parole officers use the evaluation for background information when an offender is returned to the community.
In addition to the diagnostic program, the 48-bed Marshall Intensive Treatment Program provides emotionally disturbed youthful offenders youthful offenders n. under-age people accused of crimes, who are processed through a juvenile court and juvenile detention or prison facilities. In most states a youthful offender is under the age of 18. with long-term residential treatment, crisis intervention crisis intervention Psychiatry The counseling of a person suffering from a stressful life event–eg, AIDS, cancer, death, divorce, by providing mental and moral support. See Hotline. and transitional services. Wards range in age from 13 to 24.
SYCRCC also houses an 18-bed Public Service Program. This is a short-term program for youthful offenders who work as apprentices to the maintenance staff. Wards are released on parole from this program and range in age from 18 to 24.
FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS Noun 1. Federal Bureau of Prisons - the law enforcement agency of the Justice Department that operates a nationwide system of prisons and detention facilities to incarcerate inmates sentenced to imprisonment for federal crimes
Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Island Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Island (FCI Terminal Island) is a low-security prison for men located on Reservation Point on Terminal Island in Los Angeles. The other Federal prison in the Los Angeles area is the Metropolitan Detention Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Federal Correctional Institution Noun 1. correctional institution - a penal institution maintained by the government
detention camp, detention home, detention house, house of detention - an institution where juvenile offenders can be held temporarily (usually under the supervision of a juvenile at Terminal Island is located on a peninsula where cool coastal breezes and ocean white cops create a pleasant atmosphere for staff, inmates and visitors alike. Built in the late 1930s, the institution has undergone many physical changes as well as mission changes throughout the years. FCI-Terminal Island is a medium-security, male facility, housing sentenced federal offenders. The current population is 1,022, and the population is exposed to many self-improvement programs in the areas of education, vocational training and drug treatment.
FCI-Terminal Island serves as a medical referral center, with medical and surgical evaluations and treatment for the population throughout the region, and has been designated as an Immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important. Hearing Site to assist the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service Noun 1. Immigration and Naturalization Service - an agency in the Department of Justice that enforces laws and regulations for the admission of foreign-born persons to the United States
INS in expediting deportation proceedings.
Theo Lacy Facility
Situated on 12 acres in the City of Orange, the Theo Lacy Facility originally opened in 1960 with 250 minimum-security inmates. Expansion of the facility in the 1980s and 1990s brought the average daily population to 1,585, minimum- to maximum-security pre-trial and sentenced inmates. Current expansion plans will double this number, making it the largest jail facility in Orange County. The Theo Lacy staff manages a Community Work Program, a drug-and-alcohol treatment facility, and a nationally recognized Correctional Medical Services division.
James A. Musick Facility
Known as the "Farm," the James A. Musick Facility is a 100-acre minimum-security facility in the unincorporated area In law, an unincorporated area is a region of land that is not a part of any municipality. To "incorporate" in this context means to form a municipal corporation, i.e., a city or town with its own government. of the county. Named in honor of James A. Musick, Sheriff of Orange County from 1947 to 1975, the facility originally held 200 inmates and was referred to as the County Industrial Farm. A population of 1,256, including both men and women, are housed in barracks bar·rack 1
tr.v. bar·racked, bar·rack·ing, bar·racks
To house (soldiers, for example) in quarters.
1. A building or group of buildings used to house military personnel. , tents or dormitories and participate in a wide variety of job training programs. Inmate crews work fighting fires; staff the kitchens of the Central Jail Complex, clear brush and some are assigned to public agencies such as the Orange County Emergency Management, Public Works public works
Construction projects, such as highways or dams, financed by public funds and constructed by a government for the benefit or use of the general public.
Noun 1. and Solid Waste Management. Inmate field crews work on 35 acres devoted to growing produce and other farm operations, including egg production of over 2 million per year.
CITY OF ANAHEIM
Anaheim Police Department
The Anaheim Police Department's jail facility is a 144-bed unit, located within the host city. Initial booking and temporary detention is provided in this operation.
P.O. Box 10896
Pittsburgh, PA 15236-0896
Fax: (412) 384-1150
Contact: John Sebastian, President - Building Division David Burton, Vice President of Operations - Building Division
John Bonassi, Director of Business Development & Government Relations
Dick Corporation remains one of the nation's premier builders of correctional facilities. With a portfolio that includes work in 25 facilities comprising more than 30,000 beds, the company has completed nearly $1.5 billion in correctional construction. Dick has successfully completed these projects under a variety of contract formats, including general construction, construction management, design-build, design-build/leaseback, and multi-prime. Dick has the resources to provide complete services to an owner, from site acquisition and design to construction and facility maintenance. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “Pittsburgh” redirects here. For the region, see Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area.
Pittsburgh (pronounced IPA: /ˈpɪtsbɚg/) is the second largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. , Dick has performed work from coast to coast and has developed a strong offshore presence, including projects in Puerto Rico Puerto Rico (pwār`tō rē`kō), island (2005 est. pop. 3,917,000), 3,508 sq mi (9,086 sq km), West Indies, c.1,000 mi (1,610 km) SE of Miami, Fla. and the Caribbean, Guam and Hawaii. Privately held since 1922, Dick Corporation welcomes you as a potential new client. Come by and visit us in Anaheim at booth 519.
2609 Cameron Street
Mobile, AL 36607
Fax: (251) 473-4588
Web Site: www.globaltellink.com
Contact: Joe Kuntz, Corporate Communications Corporate communications is the process of facilitating information and knowledge exchanges with internal and key external groups and individuals that have a direct relationship with an enterprise. Manager
Global Tel*Link is the manufacturer and service provider for the LazerPhone inmate call control system and the LazerVoice digital recording system. These cutting-edge systems are installed in municipal, county, state, federal and private correctional facilities throughout the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. -- including 10 state departments of correction. LazerPhone provides valuable capabilities such as on-site and remote alerts, fully integrated email, debit calling with complete call control, and detailed call reporting. LazerVoice offers keyword search, hot number alert, and comprehensive call monitoring A call center feature that lets managers listen in on agents' calls in order to improve agent performance. Also called "agent monitoring" and "call logging," it can be done in real time with or without the agent's knowledge, or calls can be recorded for later retrieval. capability. Furthermore, due to the sophisticated networking capabilities of these products, facilities can share information with other law enforcement officials such as federal agencies, state attorney's office, or special task forces.
Global Tel*Link and MCI (1) (Media Control Interface) A high-level programming interface from Microsoft and IBM for controlling multimedia devices. It provides commands and functions to open, play and close the device.
(2) (Microwave Communications Inc. WorldCom maintain a strategic marketing partnership offering the most technologically advanced equipment, the most reliable networking and the best customer service available in the corrections market today. Don't forget to come by and see us in Anaheim at booth 413.
2520 Northwinds Parkway, Suite 500
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Fax: (770) 625-6603
Web Site: www.wcom.com/govt
Contact: Bob Hallander, National Marketing and Sales Manager sales manager n → gerente m/f de ventas
sales manager n → directeur commercial
sales manager sale n →
The Department of Corrections division of MCI WorldCom Government Markets is the premiere provider of turnkey telecommunications solutions and managed service for state correctional departments. Today, MCI WorldCom provides inmate calling services to 16 state correction organizations. MCI WorldCom provides correctional departments with industry-leading solutions and service for comprehensive solutions to the complex world of correctional telecommunications needs. Global Tel (*) Link and MCI WorldCom recently formed a strategic marketing partnership. Through this partnership, we now offer the most technologically advanced equipment and the most reliable networking and customer service available in the corrections market today. Come by and speak with our representatives at booth 413.
2155 Chenault Drive, Suite 410
Carrollton, TX 75006
(800) 559-1535/(972) 241-1535
Web Site: www.t-netix.com
Contact: Art Heckel, VP Sales/Operations, Eastern Region; Kevin Collins This article is about the American actor. For information on the child abducted from San Francisco in 1984, see Kevin Andrew Collins.
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Kevin Michael Collins , VP Sales/Operations, Western Region
T-NETIX is a leading provider of specialized call-processing and fraud-control software technologies, and is the nation's largest provider of corrections industry-related telecommunications services. The company serves more than 1,600 correctional facilities and justice departments nationwide. In addition to s specialized call-processing services, T-NETIX also offers value-added telecommunications services such as pre-connection restrictions, digital recording, call-processing systems hardware and a line of secure telephony-based products for the parole and probation industry. For news and information, visit the company's web site at www.t-netix.com. Stop by to visit us at booth 348.
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CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA Corrections Corporation of America (NYSE: CXW) (CCA) is a company that manages public prisons and other facilities, and has concessions for many others. The company had annual revenues in 2004 of $1.15 billion USD. (CCA (1) (Common Cryptographic Architecture) Cryptography software from IBM for MVS and DOS applications.
(2) (Compatible Communications A )
10 Burton Hills Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37215
(615) 263-3000, ext. 3032
Fax: (615) 263-3050
Contact: Damon Hininger, Vice President, Business Analysis
As the nation's largest provider of outsourced corrections management to Federal, State and Local Governmental agencies, Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) is the sixth largest corrections system in the United States, owning and/or operating 64 prisons and jails with a capacity of 61,000 beds and 15,000 employees in 21 states, the District of Columbia District of Columbia, federal district (2000 pop. 572,059, a 5.7% decrease in population since the 1990 census), 69 sq mi (179 sq km), on the east bank of the Potomac River, coextensive with the city of Washington, D.C. (the capital of the United States). and Puerto Rico. CCA offers a full range of services, including finance, design, construction, renovation and management of new or existing facilities, as well as long distance inmate transportation. CCA brings innovation, flexibility, efficiency and high standards of management to the correctional setting. Visit our team at booth 336.
HEERY INTERNATIONAL Heery International, Inc. is an architectural firm that was founded in 1952, and is currently headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Heery is a full service design, engineering, and construction management firm with over 1000 employees located in 30 offices across the United States and , INC.
999 Peachtree Street Peachtree Street is the main north-south street of Atlanta, Georgia. The city grew up around this one street, and many of its historical and municipal buildings are or were located along it. , NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 881-9880/(800) 52-HEERY
Fax: (404) 875-1283
Web Site: www.heery.com
Contact: Su Cunningham, Director, Corrections/Criminal Justice Programs
For two decades, HEERY has been a leader in the planning, programming, design and construction of criminal justice facilities in the United States. Their specialists in the field have a total of more than 100 years of experience providing a full array of professional services (job) professional services - A department of a supplier providing consultancy and programming manpower for the supplier's products. to the public; owners/clients and operators of state, federal and county prisons; county and city jails; federal, state and municipal courts; juvenile detention, correctional and court facilities; county and city police; and law enforcement facilities. Each HEERY office throughout the United States offers an entire range of criminal justice services from concept development through completion. Heery's services include architecture, engineering, interior design, program, facility and construction management. Come by and see us at booth 532.
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"Consistent Values in Changing Times"
GOALS OF THE 132ND CONGRESS OF CORRECTION
* To provide training opportunities for professional growth and development.
* To encourage an ongoing exchange of ideas through dialogue and networking.
* To foster relationships with associations/organizations/agencies that impact our profession.
* To support and promote our Declaration of Principles.
Stick to Your Values in Changing Times Through Continuing Education Units continuing education unit (CEU),
n educational classes or experiences for licensed dental professionals that extend, update, or renew their knowledge of practices in their field. Some classes may be required for relicensing.
The 132nd Congress of Correction provides additional professional development opportunities through Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Many corrections agencies consider CEUs when evaluating staff for advancement. Register for the program and attend 10 hours of Congress program events. After the Congress, attendees receive a certificate indicating that they've earned 3.2 CEUs from Eastern Kentucky University Student Life
The Eastern Kentucky University Office of Student Life works closely with Registered Student Organizations (RSO's), Greek Life, and Thursday Alternative Getaway (TAG). .
Step 1: Check in at the ACA on-site registration area. The CEU CEU Continuing Education Unit
CEU Central European University
CEU College of Eastern Utah (Price, UT)
CEU Centro Escolar University (Manila, Philippines)
CEU Centro Escolar University registration fee is $35 in addition to your Congress registration fee. The CEU program card you receive must be completed and appropriately signed for each Session that you attend.
Step 2: CEUs can be obtained by attending five ACA workshops. Have the Session evaluator sign your program card at the close of each Session.
Step 3: To complete the 10 hours, you also need to attend two additional Sessions from the following list: Opening Session, General Session, Closing Plenary Session Plenary session is a term often used in s to define the part of the conference when all members of all parties are in attendance.
These sessions may contain a broad range of content from Keynotes to Panel Discussions and are not necessarily related to a specific style of delivery. , Professional Education Seminars, NIC/NICA Skills Training Workshops, additional ACA Workshops, and/or the Closing Workshop.
Step 4: The completed CEU program card should be returned to ACA on-site at the Congress, or by mail to the ACA office no later than August 30, 2002.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION/FLORIDA-CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/FL-CE) PROGRAM
Correctional physicians participating in ACA's new CME/FL-CE Program can earn Category 1 CME CME
See: Chicago Mercantile Exchange
See Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). credits for attending selected workshops. In cooperation with the Florida Board of Nursing, correctional nurses can earn 1 1/2 FL-CE credits for each 1 1/2 hour workshop they attend. Sixteen workshops have been approved by the Florida Department Florida is a department (departamento) of Uruguay. Population and Demographics
As of the census of 2004, there were 68,181 people and 21,938 households in the department. The average household size was 3.1. For every 100 females, there were 100.4 males. of Corrections/Office of Health Services, Continuing Medical Education continuing medical education See CME. Program for CME and/or FL-CE credits.
This CME/FL-CE Program has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education The Accrediting Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) is the overseeing body for continuing medical education (CME) in the United States. The ACCME sets the standards for the accreditation of all providers of CME activities. (ACCME ACCME Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education ) through the joint sponsorship of the Florida Department of Corrections, Officer of Health Services, Continuing Medical Education Program and the American Correctional Association. The Florida Department of Corrections, Office of Health Services, Continuing Medical Education Program is accredited accredited
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CALIFORNIA WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS
The California Board of Corrections has certified the following seven sessions: NICA-1, NICA-2, NICA-3, NIC-1, PES-2, ACA-18 and NIC-2. Two additional sessions are pending. These courses have met the training requirements set forth by the Board of Corrections for counties participating in the Standards and Training for Corrections (STC STC Supplemental Type Certificate (FAA)
STC Society for Technical Communication
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STC Sound Transmission Class
STC Singapore Turf Club ) Program. This certification authorizes local California corrections agencies to receive training credits as well as spend STC funds on approved tuition, travel, per diem per diem adj. or n. Latin for "per day," it is short for payment of daily expenses and/or fees of an employee or an agent. and replacement costs to attend the Congress.
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
"Consistent Values in Changing Times"
The American Correctional Association's 132nd Congress of Correction in Anaheim, California, will offer a broad range of informative sessions and interactive workshops. The theme of this year's Congress "Consistent Values in Changing Times" - will be demonstrated throughout the Congress as some 5,000 corrections and criminal justice professionals convene with the collective ambition to improve the system. Shown below is a complete listing of the sessions, workshops and major events of the l32nd Congress of Correction. All major sessions and supporting sessions will be held in the Anaheim Convention Center. Be sure to check your Program Book and Exhibit Guide at the Congress for the room locations and updates for all events.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 2002
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Exhibitor Registration
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and Council Business Meetings
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Attendee Registration
NICA-1 USING INFLUENCE AND POWER: TOWARD EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
One of the great challenges of leadership in corrections today is the capacity to get things done. In today's turbulent environment, change becomes the thesis of your current and future organizational situation. Most correctional leaders have some sense that they need to have a vision and to understand the importance of creating on agenda. What's missing is the capacity to use influence and power to be successful in accomplishing what you have proposed. Because the lessons of our own experiences may be somewhat limited, we are sometimes unsuccessful as leaders. This session is designed to enhance your understanding of how to use the strategies of power and influence effectively to become a successful leader in your correctional organization.
Coordinator: Robert M. Brown For the theologian and activist, see .
Robert M. Brown was the Chief Engineer for Union Pacific Railroad in the 1960s and 1970s. For his work with the railroad, Modern Railways magazine selected Brown to receive the magazine's Man of the Year award in 1978; the award has since , Jr., Chief, National Institute of Corrections The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is an agency of the United States government. It is part of the United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons. Academy, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Longmont, Colorado The City of Longmont is a home rule municipality located in Boulder County and Weld County, Colorado, United States. Longmont is the 13th most populous city in the State of Colorado. The word "Longmont" comes from Longs Peak, a prominent mountain named for explorer Stephen H.
ACA-1 RE-ENTRY RE-ENTRY, estates. The resuming or retaking possession of land which the party lately had.
2. Ground rent deeds and leases frequently contain a clause authorizing the landlord to reenter on the non-payment of rent, or the breach of some covenant, when the : TWO MODELS FOR SUPPORT AND ACCOUNTABILITY
10:30 a.m. - Noon
Released offenders need support and monitoring mechanisms to assist with their safe re-entry and prevent further victimization victimization Social medicine The abuse of the disenfranchised–eg, those underage, elderly, ♀, mentally retarded, illegal aliens, or other, by coercing them into illegal activities–eg, drug trade, pornography, prostitution. . Correctional Services Canada, in partnership with local law enforcement, faith communities, agencies and municipalities has developed Circles of Support and Accountability and Community Chaplaincy programs that use volunteers to support, advocate for, confront, mediate, and celebrate achievements with offenders returning to the community. This session will be helpful to professionals in sex offender sex offender n. generic term for all persons convicted of crimes involving sex, including rape, molestation, sexual harassment and pornography production or distribution. programs, chaplaincy, transition, community corrections and volunteer administration.
Coordinator: The Reverend Doris J. Woodruff Filbey, President, American Correctional Chaplains Association and Director, Religious Services and Community Involvement, Department of Correction, Indianapolis, Indiana “Indianapolis” redirects here. For other uses, see Indianapolis (disambiguation).
Indianapolis (IPA: [ˌɪndiəˈnæpəlɪs]) is the capital city of the U.S.
ACA-2 PROPOSITION 36: INTERPRETING AND IMPLEMENTING CALIFORNIA'S LAW
10:30 a.m. - Noon
Coordinator: Sharon Jackson, Deputy Director, Parole and Community Services Division, Department of Corrections, Sacramento, California “Sacramento” redirects here. For other uses, see Sacramento (disambiguation).
Sacramento is the capital of the State of California and the county seat of Sacramento County.
ACA-3 DEVELOPING CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PROGRAMS FOR THE HISPANIC POPULATION
10:30 a.m. - Noon
There is a growing need for culturally-responsive programs specifically targeting Hispanic juvenile and adult offenders. This workshop will discuss the unmet and changing needs of this population as well as available services within correctional facilities and the community. Panelists will include experts in the fields of clinical therapy, corrections, probation and related community-based services.
Coordinator: Carol Sanchez, Director, North East Juvenile Justice Center, Las Angeles, California
ACA-4 MANAGING TUBERCULOSIS IN A CORRECTIONAL ENVIRONMENT
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Coordinator: David L. Thomas, M.D., Director, Health Services, Department of Corrections, Tallahassee, Florida For other uses, see Tallahassee (disambiguation).
Tallahassee is the capital of the State of Florida and the county seat of Leon County. Tallahassee became the capital of Florida in 1824. As of 2006, the population recorded by the U.S.
ACA-5 JAILS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
During this workshop, four experts will discuss answers to the following questions: What are the present and future demographics and classifications of the jail population? What does the future look like, i.e., direct supervision, funding, dry cells, modular planning, etc? What are the critical legal issues, i.e., Prison Litigation An action brought in court to enforce a particular right. The act or process of bringing a lawsuit in and of itself; a judicial contest; any dispute.
When a person begins a civil lawsuit, the person enters into a process called litigation. Reform Act, American with Disabilities Act, court access, religious rights, etc.? What happened to Generation "X" and what are the key staffing issues for the future?
Coordinator: Timothy P. Ryan, Chief of Corrections, Orange County Corrections Department, Orlando, Florida The city of Orlando is a major city in central Florida and is the county seat of Orange County, Florida. According to the 2000 census, the city population was 185,951. A 2006 U.S.
ACA-6 RED, YELLOW AND GREEN FLAGS: MAXIMIZING LOUISIANA'S PROBATION AND PAROLE SEX OFFENDER SUPERVISION
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
The speakers will discuss Louisiana's sex offender treatment program which begins in prison and ends with intensive supervision in the community. The system provides an updated list of defendants identified by name who are labeled as red, yellow, or green flags. Flags represent levels of at-risk behavior currently manifested by supervised probationer A convict who is released from prison provided he maintains good behavior. One who is on Probation whereby she is given some freedom to reenter society subject to the condition that for a specified period the individual conduct herself in a manner approved by a special officer and parolee pa·rol·ee
One who is released on parole.
Noun 1. parolee - someone released on probation or on parole
probationer sex offenders, This system prioritizes sex offender supervision, audits agent caseloads, notifies agents of at-risk tendencies, and documents the efforts of supervising agents. This comprehensive system was developed to maximize community protection of the public and to reduce the liability of Probation and Parole departments in the area of negligent supervision.
Coordinator: James LeBlanc, Warden, Dixon Correctional Institute, Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Corrections Services, Jackson, Louisiana Jackson is a town in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 4,130 at the 2000 census.
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ACA-7 DESIGNING FOR CIVIL COMMITMENT SEX OFFENDERS
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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KMB Knabenmusik der Stadt Bern Design Development, Olympia, Washington Olympia is the capital of the U.S. state of Washington. It was incorporated on January 28, 1859. As of the 2000 census, it had a population of 42,514. Olympia is the county seat of Thurston County and a major cultural center of the Puget Sound region.
ACA-8 WORKING OUT BY HELPING OUT: NEW ROLES FOR EXOFFENDERS IN DEVELOPING HUMANE, EFFECTIVE CORRECTIONS
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Ex-offenders are being used as peer counselors, communicators, catalysts and consultants in the development and operation of new effective criminal justice endeavors. Individuals involved in these initiatives will share their unique experiences and suggest possible new ventures.
Coordinator: John W. Braithwaite, Chairperson, National Resource Group, Victoria, British Columbia British Columbia, province (2001 pop. 3,907,738), 366,255 sq mi (948,600 sq km), including 6,976 sq mi (18,068 sq km) of water surface, W Canada. Geography
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 2002
ACA-9 PARENTING FROM PRISON: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE PARENTS, STAFF AND CHILDREN
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
By Justice Department estimates, there are approximately 1.2 million children of parents who are incarcerated incarcerated /in·car·cer·at·ed/ (in-kahr´ser-at?ed) imprisoned; constricted; subjected to incarceration.
Confined or trapped, as a hernia. or under some form of correctional supervision. Helping to meet the needs of these children and their families is an increasing challenge. Several jurisdictions have experienced success with parental training for both men and women, along with extended visits and nurseries for the children of incarcerated mothers. Participants will be able to discuss these innovations with practitioners who have been involved in planning, developing and implementing these initiatives.
Coordinator: Larry Wayne, Warden, Diagnostic and Evaluation Center, Department of Correctional Services, Lincoln, Nebraska The City of Lincoln is the capital and the second most populous city of the U.S. state of Nebraska. Lincoln is also the county seat of Lancaster County and the home of the University of Nebraska.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2002
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Exhibitor Registration
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Attendee Registration
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and Council Business Meetings
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Interfaith Prayer Service
ACA-10 MANAGING YOUR GUARD AND RESERVE EMPLOYEES: THERE'S HELP AVAILABLE
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Large numbers of corrections employees are also Reservists or Guardsmen (part-time military employees). As employers, you are frequently faced with scheduling problems when these employees are called up for extended periods of active duty or for training. This workshop will explain the federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA) was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on October 13, 1994 to protect the civilian employment of non-full time military service members called to active duty. (USERRA USERRA Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 ) statute, which governs military service. It will also introduce the Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve (ESGR ESGR Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve ) organization, a local and national ombudsman The National Ombudsman (in Dutch: Nationale Ombudsman) is a Dutch political office. The National Ombudsman deals with citizens' complaints against improper conduct of government. He (or she) is appointed by cabinet on advise of the Tweede Kamer. It is a High Council of State service for employers. Experts will answer any military-related questions.
Coordinator: Vicki D. Duncan, President, Maryland Criminal Justice Association and Public Information Officer, Prince George's County Department of Corrections, Upper Marlboro, Maryland Greater Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Upper Marlboro is a town in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The live-in population of the town core proper was only 648 at the 2000 census, although Greater Upper Marlboro is many times larger.
CO-1 WORKING WITH DIFFICULT INMATES: HOW CAN CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS DEAL WITH ACTING OUT AND CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL OFFENDERS?
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
The speaker at this workshop will provide concrete approaches to creating a behavioral management program. The information provided will assist correctional officers in the day-to-day management and modification of behaviors that consume an inordinate amount of staff time.
Coordinator: Robert D. Jones, M.D., Deputy Director, Health Services, Department of Corrections, Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix /ˈfiːˌnɪks/ (English: Phoenix, Navajo: Hoozdo, lit. "the place is hot", Western Apache: Fiinigis) is the capital and the most populous city of the U.S.
NICA-2 COMMUNICATION, CONFLICT AND TEAMWORK: COACHING FOR SUCCESS
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The correctional workforce does not have the option to work in groups. Staff in prisons, jails and community corrections are generally assigned to shifts or units, and must work closely and interdependently with other staff. These groups typically perform in the face of many constraints including time and space limitations, dysfunctional organizational culture This article or section is written like an .
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Coordinator: Michael Dooley, Correctional Program Specialist, National Institute of Corrections Academy, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Longmont, Colorado
NICA-3 APPLYING THE "WHAT WORKS" PRINCIPLES TO YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS IN ADULT CORRECTIONS: AN OVERVIEW OF NIC'S NEW TRAINING PROGRAM
8:30 am. - 4:30 p.m.
Experience has taught us that traditional management and programming techniques have not worked well with youthful offenders in adult corrections. This unique population requires well thought out and comprehensive management and treatment strategies that are research based and focused on adolescent development theory. This workshop will give an overview of NIC's new training program and will highlight some of the program content including adolescent development, classification and assessment, interventions and programming issues, and selection, training and supervision of staff. All levels of staff working with youthful offenders are encouraged to attend this session.
Coordinator: Nancy E. Shomaker, M.S., Correctional Program Specialist, National Institute of Corrections Academy, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Longmont, Colorado
ACA-11 THE BRAIN - ADDICTION AND CRIMINALITY: LINKS AND INTERVENTIONS
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The speakers will present features and aspects of addiction and criminal behavior and the influence of the brain relative to etiology and in response to crime and drug-taking. They will also discuss the aspects of interventions that positively change behavior and brain function.
Coordinator: David A. Deitch, Ph.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego UCSD is consistently ranked among the top ten public universities for undergraduate education in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. It is a Public Ivy.  For graduate studies, most of UCSD's Ph.D. ; and Director, Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center, La Jolla La Jolla (lə hoi`yə), on the Pacific Ocean, S Calif., an uninc. district within the confines of San Diego; founded 1869. The beautiful ocean beaches, in particular La Jolla shores and Black's Beach, and sea-washed caves attract visitors and , California
CO-2 ONLINE CORRECTIONAL ACADEMY (OCA OCA oculocutaneous albinism. ) DEMONSTRATION
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The OCA will present a demonstration and an information session of its online courses for new correctional officers. The courses will help correctional officers carry out their tremendous responsibilities on a daily basis. The courses will provide education in basic concepts, inmate management, security issues, special needs issues and professionalism in corrections.
Coordinator: Tonya Brooks, Administrator, Online Corrections Academy, American Correctional Association, Lanham, Maryland Lanham is an unincorporated community in Prince George's County in the State of Maryland in the United States of America. Because it is not formally incorporated, it has no official boundaries, but the United States Census Bureau has defined a census-designated place consisting of
ACA-12 MOTIVATING THE UNMOTIVATED: THE KEY TO EFFECTIVE CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSING OFFENDERS
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
This workshop explores how and why correctional treatment approaches must differ from traditional treatment approaches to be effective in motivating offenders for change. A historical overview of the evolution of the substance abuse treatment field shows why critical issues in correctional populations have largely been overlooked in traditional counseling programs, and how this negatively impacts the effectiveness of correctional treatment. A more effective model will be presented based on integrating key ingredients of the "Stages of Change" Model of Prochaska and DiClemente, with the "What Works in Correctional Treatment" Model of Andrews and Gendreau. This workshop focuses on developing motivation for change in substance abusing offenders. However, the concepts and techniques demonstrated are both applicable and highly useful for any professional involved in the process of rehabilitating or "habilitating" offenders.
Coordinator: Ed Roberts Ed Roberts (born June 27, 1958 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American poet, writer and publisher. Biography
After a life-threatening illness in the year 2000 Roberts decided to publicly share his work. , M.A., R.T.C., L.C.D.C., Clinical Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Substance Abuse Treatment Program, Huntsville, Texas Huntsville is a city and micropolitan area located in the U.S. state of Texas within Walker County. As of the U.S. Census 2000, the city population was 35,078. Huntsville is the home of Sam Houston State University.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2002
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
ACA-13 THE GOALS AND COMPONENTS OF LONG-TERM OFFENDER PROGRAMMING
The goal of the Long-Term Offender Program is to turn the long-term offender into a valuable resource for the department. Long-term offender programs ore designed to facilitate the inmate's stable adjustment over extended periods of time, give the inmate a sense of purpose during the extended term of incarceration Confinement in a jail or prison; imprisonment.
Police officers and other law enforcement officers are authorized by federal, state, and local lawmakers to arrest and confine persons suspected of crimes. The judicial system is authorized to confine persons convicted of crimes. , and help the inmate successfully reintegrate re·in·te·grate
tr.v. re·in·te·grat·ed, re·in·te·grat·ing, re·in·te·grates
To restore to a condition of integration or unity.
re into the community.
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12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
CO-3 THE MAJOR LEGAL CONCERNS FOR CORRECTIONS PROFESSIONALS
Corrections professionals work in an increasingly litigious litigious adj. referring to a person who constantly brings or prolongs legal actions, particularly when the legal maneuvers are unnecessary or unfounded. Such persons often enjoy legal battles, controversy, the courtroom, the spotlight, use the courts to punish environment. It is important to hove a general understanding of the legal issues that arise in the course of their work - from law libraries to the disciplinary process, from obscenity to access to medical care. This seminar will give attendees a general overview of "Correctional Law 101", focusing on the constitutional entitlements that underlie so many inmate lawsuits.
Coordinator: Judith Harper, J.D., Assistant Chief Counsel, Department of Corrections, Sacramento, California
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Corrections Film Festival
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ACA-14 THE HOSTILE, RESISTANT CLIENT: UNDERSTANDING THE FALLACIES; TREATMENT WITH SUCCESS
The hostile, resistant client is often a puzzle to counselors and a potential security threat. In this presentation, Dr. Samenow, author of the best-selling book, "Inside The Criminal Mind," will discuss topics that include: the cognitive processes Cognitive processes
Thought processes (i.e., reasoning, perception, judgment, memory).
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1. denoting behavior that violates the rights of others, societal mores, or the law.
2. denoting the specific personality traits seen in antisocial personality disorder. features; how an offender's mind works before, during, and after a crime; the necessity for external leverage to enhance motivation to change as well as the development of internal motivation.
Coordinator: Stanton E. Samenow, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Author, Alexandria, Virginia Alexandria is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 128,284. Located along the Western bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is approximately 6 miles (9.6 kilometers) south of downtown Washington, DC.
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ACA-15 PRISON AND JAIL INMATES RETURNING TO THE COMMUNITY: FINDINGS FROM THE BUREAU OF JUSTICE STATISTICS Noun 1. Bureau of Justice Statistics - the agency in the Department of Justice that is the primary source of criminal justice statistics for federal and local policy makers
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS Noun 1. BJS - the agency in the Department of Justice that is the primary source of criminal justice statistics for federal and local policy makers
Bureau of Justice Statistics ) will provide the latest findings from its prison, jail, and parole surveys. BJS staff will discuss trends in releases from prison and jail, factors related to rearrest and reincarceration of released offenders, and the changing nature of parole supervision. The session will summarize findings from newly completed studies, including Prisoners in 2001, Recidivism recidivism: see criminology. of Prisoners Released in 1994, and Trends in State Parole, 1990.2000. The session will conclude with an overview of BJS efforts to address current gaps in knowledge on these issues.
Coordinator: Allen J. Beck, Ph.D., Chief, Corrections Statistics, Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
CO-4 STRENGTH-BASED STRATEGIES: RAISING OFFENDER MOTIVATION AND COOPERATION
All staffing groups work to raise motivation and induce positive behavior change Behavior change refers to any transformation or modification of human behavior. Such changes can occur intentionally, through behavior modification, without intention, or change rapidly in situations of mental illness. . However, few departments have the knowledge base or skills for raising the most effective form of motivation within their offender populations (intrinsic motivation that comes "from within" rather than being coerced from without). This workshop will examine motivation and will outline strength-based strategies, on incentive-based approach for raising cooperation and positive change. This presentation will benefit all staff and supervisors in direct contact with offender populations.
Coordinator: Michael D. Clark, M.S.W., Director, Center for Strengths in Juvenile Justice, Mason, Michigan Mason is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is named after the state's first governor, Stevens T. Mason. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 6,714, with an estimated population of 8,056 as of 2006. It is the county seat of Ingham County6.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2002 continued
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ACA Board of Governors Meeting
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Orientation to ACA and the Congress Program
8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Opening Session Debate Carlson vs. Carlson
9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Opening Session Reception
MONDAY AUGUST 5, 2002
6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and Council Business Meetings
6:30 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Volunteers of America Volunteers of America, national nondenominational organization providing a wide variety of human services as part of a Christian ministry of service. Founded (1896) by Ballington and Maud Booth (see Booth, family) after their withdrawal from the Salvation Army, the Annual Congress Breakfast
7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Exhibitor Registration
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Attendee Registration
8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. General Session Keynote Address keynote address
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10:15 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Festivities fes·tiv·i·ty
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2. The pleasure, joy, and gaiety of a festival or celebration.
3. begin at 10:15 a.m.;
10:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. is reserved exclusively for the viewing of exhibits
Major Session A "UNPACKING PRISONER RE-ENTRY: RESEARCH FINDINGS AND POLICY DIRECTIONS"
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
More than 600,000 individuals will be released from state and federal prisons this year to return to their communities. Unfortunately, recidivism rates are high and returns to prison all too frequent. This panel will address what we know about prisoner re-entry along the dimensions of public safety, substance abuse, health problems, employment, housing and family. It will draw on both the national research literature and findings from an Urban Institute study of prisoner re-entry in Maryland. Correctional administrators and staff, as well as service providers and researchers, will benefit from this session.
Coordinator: Stephen P. Amos, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Executive Director, Government Office of Crime Control and Prevention, Baltimore, Maryland "Baltimore" redirects here. For the surrounding county, see Baltimore County, Maryland. For other uses, see Baltimore (disambiguation).
Baltimore is an independent city located in the state of Maryland in the United States.
Major Session B "TECHNOLOGY TODAY"
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The technology available to those that work in the field of corrections is growing at an unprecedented rate. New products emerge daily, each promising to make our jabs a little easier or safer. This major session will look at the ways technology is being used today, demonstrate some of the new and emerging technologies and look at how new technologies will be developed and funded. The session will be in three sections in the format of a television news magazine: the first, a discussion with current agency heads on their use of technology; the second, a demonstration of some of the new tools available; and the third, an interview with those that are responsible for developing new technologies to support corrections.
Coordinator: James S. Jones, Jr., Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Executive Assistant to the Director, Department of Corrections, Richmond, Virginia Richmond IPA: [ɹɯʒmɐnɖ] is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the United States.
Major Session C SUCCESSFUL AND UNIQUE COMPONENTS OF A HOSPICE PROGRAM
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
In response to increases in the prison population and the realization that most inmates in maximum-security prisons will grow old and die while serving time, many states have developed prison hospice programs. Opened in 1998 with 17 patients and a handful of workers, the Louisiana State Penitentiary
Angola (also known as "The Farm") is the Louisiana State Penitentiary and is estimated to be one of the largest prisons in the U.S. with 5,000 inmates and over 1,000 staff. at Angola's hospice has quickly expanded to include 35 inmate volunteers and close to 100 patients. In this workshop, the findings of 48 interviews conducted with staff and inmates during 2001 will be discussed. It will focus on some of the unique and successful components at Angola that could be expanded to current and future programs throughout the notion including the role and impact of inmate volunteers, the importance of religion, and the structure of the program.
Coordinator: Artis R. Hobbs, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Chief Deputy Director, Institutions Division, Department of Correction, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Pine Bluff is the largest city and county seat of Jefferson CountyGR6, Arkansas, United States. It is also the principal city of the Pine Bluff Metropolitan Statistical Area and part of the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Pine Bluff, Arkansas Combined
Major Session D "BRIDGING THE GAP BE1WEEN CORRECTIONAL AND MEDICAL DEPARTMENTS: ADDRESSING CUSTODIAL AND MEDICAL CONTROLS"
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
There are many issues that affect the delivery of quality medical care to incarcerated individuals. In particular, lifestyles of inmates put them at high risk for infection with blood borne pathogens. Both custodial and medical staff incur risk during the course of their occupational duties in dealing with the incarcerated population. Policies and procedures Policies and Procedures are a set of documents that describe an organization's policies for operation and the procedures necessary to fulfill the policies. They are often initiated because of some external requirement, such as environmental compliance or other governmental govern most of these situations. This session will provide an overview of developing and implementing a model program effective in a correctional environment to minimize or eliminate exposures to blood borne pathogens through the use of representative work groups. This session will also focus on special housing issues; enforcement of compelled; and providing appropriate medication; and cooperation between correctional and medical staff members to provide overall appropriate, general medical care.
Coordinator: Lannette Lithicum, MD, CCHP CCHP Combined Cooling Heating and Power
CCHP Certified Correctional Health Professional
CCHP Constant Conductance Heat Pipe , Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Medical Director, Texas Department of Criminal justice, Huntsville, Texas
ACA Special Presentationx
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
National Live Webcast on Hepatitis
Anaheim Marriott Hotel
Meet and learn from the leading correctional and healthcare authorities on viral hepatitis viral hepatitis
Any of various forms of hepatitis caused by a virus.
n an inflammatory condition of the liver, caused by the hepatitis viruses: A, B, C, delta, E, F, G, or H. in the correctional population. Get the latest information in The Centers for Disease Control's newly released MMWR MMWR Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report Epidemiology A news bulletin published by the CDC, which provides epidemiologic data–eg, statistics on the incidence of AIDS, rabies, rubella, STDs and other communicable diseases, causes of mortality–eg, on "Prevention and Control of Viral Hepatitis in Correctional Settings." Hear from your peers on how they are addressing this serious and costly public health issue in their own correctional environment. Plus ... be a part of history in the making as the ACA proudly brings in the media for LIVE COVERAGE of this critical healthcare issue facing corrections.
This workshop will be "webcast live" from the 132nd Congress of Correction in Anaheim, California, and will reach more than 500,000 correctional professionals in real-time ... through The American Correctional Association (ACA). Those in attendance will be seen getting the latest information as our roaming camera crews and television producers capture the panelists and audience questions streaming live over the Internet on Monday, August 5 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Pacific time. The live broadcast will then be re-streamed for Continuing Education Units (CEU) on the ACA web site, in the Online Corrections Academy following the conference.
Be a part of this LIVE National Media event -- a first in corrections and a critical part of our healthcare and public safety futures.
Coordinator: Richard L. Stalder, ACA Immediate Past President and Secretary, Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Corrections Services, Baton Rouge, Louisiana For the Canadian restaurant, see .
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Major Session E SUBSTANCE ABUSING OFFENDERS: HOW DO WE BREAK THE CYCLE?
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The number of offenders with a substance abuse problem is staggering. In California, up to 70 percent of parolees are substance abusers, yet less than 5 percent are receiving treatment upon their release from prison. This workshop will feature a successful program model that helps break the cycle, a parolee talking about transition issues and a discussion about why so few programs have been developed.
Coordinator: S. Anne Walker, CCE CCE Cornell Cooperative Extension
CCE Corporate and Continuing Education
CCE Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.
CCE Commission de Coopération Environnementale
CCE Centre for Continuing Education
CCE College of Continuing Education
CCE Certified Computer Examiner , Vice Chair, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Executive Director, Alston Wilkes Society, Columbia, South Carolina Columbia is the state capital and largest city of South Carolina. As of 2006, estimates for the population of the city proper is 122,819. Columbia is the county seat of Richland County, but a small portion of the city extends into Lexington County.
MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2002 continued
Major Session F GANGS AND SECURITY THREAT GROUPS IN AMERICA'S ADULT PRISONS: A NATIONAL SURVEY 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
In January 2002, the National Major Gang Task Force, through its corporate partner Verizon Communications
Verizon Communications, Inc. , funded a study to examine the number and types of gangs housed in adult prison systems across the country. Respondents were also asked to identify such things as institutional violence related to gangs/STG's and management strategies in the institution. Included in the survey were all 50 Departments of Corrections, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, representatives of private corrections, and ten of the nation's largest jails. At the conclusion of the presentation of the survey results, a panel of survey respondents will discuss the information and how it can be used by practitioners. Abstracts of the presentation will be available for those attending.
Coordinator: Harley G. Lappin, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Regional Director, Mid-Atlantic Region - Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Annapolis Junction, Maryland
Major Session G PROGRAMS, CUTS, AND BUDGETS: PROVIDING JUVENILE PROGRAMS IN A FISCALLY RESTRAINED CLIMATE 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
How juvenile offenders are handled in our society is a constant debate. Treatment issues, jurisdictional debates, community setting vs. institutional setting and "what works" are common themes in juvenile justice. These issues become more poignant in times of fiscal difficulty. How can administrators meet these needs in a fiscally responsible manner while not compromising public safety? Juvenile administrators will discuss how they have balanced these concerns in their jurisdiction.
Coordinator: George T. Yefchak, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Deputy Executive Director, Parole Board, Trenton, New Jersey
Major Session H ETHICAL FITNESS FOR LEADERS: AN INTERACTIVE PROGRAM TO RAISE AWARENESS, DEFINE CORE VALUES, AND IMPROVE ETHICAL DECISION MAKING
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
As we enter the 21st century, ethics and sound ethical decision making are more important than ever before. In this workshop, participants will learn why ethics is important; how shared values can be identified and made operational; and how to use some practical tools in analyzing and resolving difficult dilemmas. The presenters will show how the Ethical Fitness approach may be effectively used both for staff training and inmate education purposes.
Coordinator: Barbara Strecker-Gaudreau, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Clinical Social Worker, Topeka Juvenile Correctional Facility, Juvenile Justice Authority, Topeka, Kansas
Exhibit Hall Complimentary Reception "A Salute to Southern California"
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2002
6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and Council Business Meetings
7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Exhibitor Registration
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Attendee Registration
Major Session I WHAT WORKS IN CORRECTIONAL INTERVENTION?
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
This workshop will focus on what works in reducing recidivism among offenders. Participants will learn about the principles of effective intervention, how they were derived, and how they are applied. The empirical evidence, concerning several questions will be addressed including: What works in reducing recidivism? What doesn't work? What are the major predictors of criminal behavior? and What are some of the characteristics of effective programs? Programs that are effective in reducing recidivism have certain characteristics, which include factors related to program development and design, classification and assessment practices, use of effective treatment models, use of behavioral strategies, and evaluation and quality assurance activities.
Coordinator: Linda Willenberg, Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Assistant Manager, Department of Correction Correctional Industries, Olympia, Washington
Major Session J FACILITY AND COMMUNITY SAFETY AND SECURITY: CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF ESCAPE
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
The complexity of maintaining a safe, secure, humane environment is still our major challenge in the correctional community. The safety and security of the public, staff and inmates will be the focus of this track. Presenters will examine how staff and administrators can effectively deal with threats to safety and security in institutional and community-based settings. The speakers will then lead an interactive and practical discussion on how escapes occur and the myriad of events that occur afterwards.
Coordinator: Dennis W. Anderson, Member, Congress Program Planning Committee and Sheriff, Polk County Sheriff's Office, Des Moines, Iowa “Des Moines” redirects here. For other uses, see Des Moines (disambiguation).
Des Moines (pronounced /dɪˈmɔɪn/ in English,
Major Session K LEGAL CHALLENGES: LITIGATING AND RESOLVING CORRECTIONAL ISSUES
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Is the court waning as a source for correctional oversight? Given the last generation, court activism has largely been responsible for significant strides in correctional systems across the country. Safeguarding the progress that has been made and ensuring the future through aggressive oversight is a role that has yet to be defined. This session will frame the debate surrounding this argument.
Coordinator: James H. Ball, Jr., Member, ACA Congress Program Planning Committee and Consultant, Nashville, Tennessee
Major Session L DEALING WITH CHANGE: THE SINGAPORE EXPERIENCE
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
This session will feature the organizational renewal of the Singapore Prison Service The Singapore Prison Service (Chinese: 新加坡监狱部门; Malay: Perkhidmatan Penjara Singapura) is an agency of the Government of Singapore under the hierarchy of the Ministry of Home Affairs. and the process they used to create a new conceptual and operational culture. Issues regarding the delivery of security and program services for an increasing geriatric population, redirecting organizational and staff mindset mind·set or mind-set
1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations.
2. An inclination or a habit. , aging of staff, retention of staff, and other critical lessons learned will be reviewed. Presentations by Singapore officials will be followed by cross cultural perspectives, observations, and comments provided by officials from European and North American North American
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see boophilusannulatus. Correctional and Detention systems. This session will be of interest to administrators and operators of individual jails, prisons, detention systems, and correctional systems both small and large. Strategies, roadblocks and pitfalls, problem solving problem solving
Process involved in finding a solution to a problem. Many animals routinely solve problems of locomotion, food finding, and shelter through trial and error. and solutions will be presented and discussed by officials who have lived these experiences hands-on.
Coordinator: Allen L. Patrick, FAIA FAIA Florida Association of Insurance Agents
FAIA Food Additives and Ingredients Association (Kent, UK)
FAIA Fellow, American Institute of Architects (honorary position) , Principal, Justice Facilities Practice, DMJMH+N Architects and Engineers, Columbus, Ohio
PES-1 CERTIFICATION - ONE SMALL STEP FOR PERSONNEL...ONE GIANT LEAP FOR PROFESSIONALISM
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Whether in medicine, law, teaching, or corrections, being recognized as an established professional requires certification. Now corrections has developed such a procedure, thus beginning the transition toward professionalizing staff. Just as facilities are able to seek accreditation, qualified staff-from officers to administrators-now have an opportunity to achieve nationally recognized certification. Learn how the process works, how it relates to professionalizing corrections, and what it means to you-from the perspective of those who developed it, monitor it, and already have participated in it.
Coordinator: Jeanne B. Stinchcomb, Ph.D., Coordinator, Master of Justice Policy and Management Program, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University “FAU” redirects here. For other uses, see FAU (disambiguation).
Florida Atlantic University, also referred to as FAU or Florida Atlantic, is a public, coeducational research university with its main campus in Boca Raton, Florida, United States. , Fort Lauderdale, Florida Fort Lauderdale, known as the "Venice of America" due to its expansive and intricate canal system, is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. The city's population is described as metropolitan, where diverse culture is commonplace. According to 2006 U.S.
NIC-1 WOMEN OFFENDERS: GENDER RESPONSIVE RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES
8:00 a.m. - Noon
Practitioners in all sectors of corrections are challenged to define the characteristics of female offenders that are different from the (much larger) population of male offenders and that have a significant impact on improved outcomes for the women. These outcomes are not limited to the realm of program interventions but also involve day-to-day management and operational issues and practices. The workshop will describe findings from a three-year study of research and practice about gender-responsive operations and programs, The principal investigators of the study and practitioner experts will define a set of guiding principles for gender responsive practice and the research which supports those principles. In small discussion groups, participants will have an opportunity to discuss the implications of these principles for practice in community corrections, jails and prisons.
Coordinator: Phyllis Modley, Correctional Program Specialist, Community Corrections Division, National Institute of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. EXHIBIT HALL EVENT "INDIANA JONES: THE THRILL OF ADVENTURE AND EXPLORATION"
9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. is reserved exclusively for viewing of exhibits
Supporting Sessions A-1 - K-1
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
A-1 From the Crime Act to the Terrorist Attack: Corrections In a New Era
B-1 The Virginia DOC-SAP Partnership: A Status Report on Efforts to Develop a Best Practices, Commercial Off-the-Shelf, Offender Management System
C-1 Geriatric Inmates: Resources, Ideas and Support
D-1 No Doubt About It - Spirituality Benefits Health
E-1 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT RSAT Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (for State Prisoners; grant program)
RSAT Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools
RSAT Rapid Slide Agglutination Test
RSAT Runway Safety Action Team
RSAT Reliability and System Architecture Testing ) Programs For Women
F-1 Terrorists: The Ultimate Security Threat Group
G-1 Juvenile Employment: Promising Approaches to Workforce and Youth Development
H-1 Survival Guide for Newly Appointed Wardens: What Makes New Wardens Succeed and Fail, What the Boss Expects and How to Prepare to Be a Warden
I-1 Cost-Effective Crime Prevention Programs: A Guide for Funders, Taxpayers and Community Leaders
J-1 Where Were You on September 11? - Correctional Agencies Respond to the World Trade Center Disaster
K-1 Inmate Health Care and Section 1983 Liability: A Civil Rights Primer
The Salvation Army Annual Congress Luncheon
ACA-16 MEASURING SECURITY SYSTEMS EFFECTIVENESS: A STEP TOWARD PERFORMANCE-BASED STANDARDS FOR PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Performance-based standards are an important upcoming change in how the success of operations are measured in corrections. Rather than determining whether specific activities or features are present, performance-based standards focus on the success or failures of outcomes. For many desirable outcomes in corrections, the measures are readily available (e.g., reduction in the percentage of reoffenders). For physical security systems, the number of desired outcomes may be difficult to quantify or are unquantifiable (e.g., How does one measure escape attempts, which were never made due to improved security effectiveness?]. A methodology is presented which can be used to evaluate the performance effectiveness of physical security systems. Such performance effectiveness evaluations can generate measures which might become part of performance-based standards and which would supplement traditional physical security system inspections.
Coordinator: Gordon J. Smith, Director, Center for Civil Farce Protection, Albuquerque, New Mexico “Albuquerque” redirects here. For other uses, see Albuquerque (disambiguation).
Albuquerque (pronounced [ˈæl.bə.kɚ.kiː], Spanish: [al.βu.
ACA-17 MANAGING PSYCHOPATHS IN CORRECTIONS: IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Although psychopaths are a small percentage of the total prison population, they create 50% of the violent crime in America and have twice the violent recidivism rate as do other offenders. This program will present a BBC BBC
in full British Broadcasting Corp.
Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927. film that illustrates how to identify psychopaths and how to deal with this disruptive force in correctional facilities and in the community. The film's producer and a psychologist will discuss the major issues involved in dealing with psychopaths.
Coordinator: Allen L. Allen, Ed.D., Chief, Special Projects Division, National Institute of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
PES-2 THE ETHICS OF PERSONAL LOYALTY IN THE CORRECTIONAL SETTING
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
This session will seek to educate all those who serve in correctional institutions with a focus on correctional officers as well as low, middle and upper managers. It will seek to educate workers as to where their primary and secondary loyalties should lie in light of the hierarchy of supervisors, agency rules and regulations that exist. Key focus will be on how to make ethical choices when these loyalties clash and suggest different approaches to acting ethically in on ambiguous environment.
Coordinator: Ray Helgemoe, Professor, University of New Hampshire New Hampshire, one of the New England states of the NE United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts (S), Vermont, with the Connecticut R. forming the boundary (W), the Canadian province of Quebec (NW), and Maine and a short strip of the Atlantic Ocean (E). , Bow, New Hampshire Bow is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 7,138 at the 2000 census. History
Incorporated in 1727, the town was one of several formed to ease population pressures on the Seacoast.
ACA-18 PREPARE TO BE SUED: ANATOMY OF A LAWSUIT
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The speaker will take the participants through a lawsuit from start to verdict. Participants will learn the types of claims that may be brought against them and discover ways to reduce their risk of being sued. This workshop is intended for correctional health care providers, correctional officers who interface with health care providers and contract administrators.
Coordinator: Herbert A. Rosefield, Ed.D., Director, Grace in Jails Project, Volunteers of America, Raleigh, North Carolina For other uses of this name, see Raleigh.
Raleigh (IPA: /ˈrɑli/, ral-ee) is the capital of the State of North Carolina and the county seat of Wake County.
NIC-2 STRENGTHEN YOUR LOCAL JUSTICE SYSTEM - CREATE A CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COMMITTEE
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
During this workshop, the presenters will explain the role of a criminal justice coordinating committee (CJCC CJCC Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
CJCC Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center
CJCC Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee ). They will discuss the make-up of a CJCC's participants and how they can accomplish local criminal justice improvements such as reverse jail crowding, better understanding of criminal justice problems, greater cooperation among agencies and units of local government, more effective resource allocation resource allocation Managed care The constellation of activities and decisions which form the basis for prioritizing health care needs , and better quality criminal justice programs and personnel. The speakers will address how planning and coordination demonstrates an optimistic attitude that citizens, as well as elected and appointed officials, can change the way their local criminal justice system works instead of being victimized by circumstances that appear to be beyond their control.
Coordinator: Richard Geaither, Correctional Program Specialist, National Institute of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
1:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Correctional Facility Tours
1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7,2002
Council Business Meetings
6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Affiliate, Chapter, Committee, and Council Business Meetings
6:30 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Chaplains Association Annual Congress Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Exhibitor Registration
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Attendee Registration
Supporting Sessions A-2 - K-2
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
A-2 Community Reintegration reintegration /re·in·te·gra·tion/ (-in-te-gra´shun)
1. biological integration after a state of disruption.
2. restoration of harmonious mental function after disintegration of the personality in mental illness. : Maryland Comprehensive Approach
B-2 Training for Technology: A New Perspective
C-2 Special Needs Offenders: They Want to Work Also! A Burden or a Benefit?
D-2 "Screening Inmates for Mental Illness"
E-2 R.A.D.A.R (Rewarding America's Drug Abuse Resistance)
F-2 Gang Identification and Management Strategies
G-2 Innovations in Reintegration and Re-Entry
H-2 Why Correctional Officers Leave: Factors Most Closely Associated with Voluntary Turnover
I-2 Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program (PIECP PIECP Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program (Bureau of Justice Assistance) ): Statistics Show It Is Growing and Works!
J-2 Security and Safety in a Facility: Is It Their Job?
K-2 Assessing the Impact of Race on Justice in America
ACA-19 AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT THE COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION FOR CORRECTIONS PERFORMANCE-BASED HEALTH CARE STANDARDS
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
This interactive workshop will focus on the expectations of and preparation for a compliance audit using the American Correctional Association's new Performance-Based Standards for Correctional Health Care, Topics of discussion will include an overview of performance-based standards and outcome measures, auditing techniques, agency responsibilities and data collection.
Coordinator: Frederick R. Maue, M.D., Chief of Clinical Services, Bureau of Health Care Services, Department of Corrections, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. is reserved exclusively for viewing of exhibits
Supporting Sessions A-3 - K-3
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
A-3 Community Corrections Re-entry: By Investing in Offenders and the Community, Everyone Benefits
B-3 Assessing the Vulnerability of Technology
C-3 Break in the Walls: Addressing the Needs of Incarcerated Women While Preserving Families
D-3 "Stress: Recognize It, Face It, and Deal With It"
E-3 New York State's 15-Month Willard Drug Treatment Program: A Seamless Continuum of Treatment Services from Prison to Community
F-3 Return to the Community: A Gangbanger's Challenge
G-3 Education: The Key That Unlocks The Door
H-3 Leading by Example: How to Informally Resolve Workplace Disputes
I-3 Impact of Crime: Helping Inmates Understand the Effect of Their Crime on the Victim and on Society
J-3 "Domestic Violence in the Workplace: A Critical Employee Safety Issue"
K-3 Successful Leadership for Women
12:45 p.m. Exhibit Hall Grand Prize Giveaway Drawing
NIC-3 FROM "WORK POOL" TO "WORK PUDDLE:" RECRUITING, RETAINING AND RETROFITTING THE CORRECTIONAL WORKFORCE
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The shrinking workforce has been an issue for correctional systems for the past several years. The areas of recruitment, retention and the multi-generational workforce are three of the greatest challenges to the correctional workforce. The speakers will discuss how they have addressed these issues through innovative programming, incentives and re-engineering of personnel rules and regulations. "Human Resources" takes an a whole new meaning through these strategies and techniques.
Coordinator: BeLinda Watson, Correctional Program Specialist, National Institute of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
Supporting Sessions A-4 - F-4
1:15 p.m - 2:45 p.m.
A-4 COR - Community Orientation and Reintegration Program
B-4 Developing New Technologies for Tomorrow
C-4 Self-Injurious Behavior: Understanding Offenders Who Cut, Carve and Burn Themselves
D-4 The Collaboration: A Case Study on Social Services in a Correctional Setting
E-4 Criminal and Addictive Thinking: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy cognitive behavioral therapy
A highly structured psychotherapeutic method used to alter distorted attitudes and problem behavior by identifying and replacing negative inaccurate thoughts and changing the rewards for behaviors. Approach
F-4 A Certification Process for Institutional Security Threat Group Coordinators
1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ACA Delegate Assembly Meeting
Supporting Sessions G-4 - K-4
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
G-4 Violence Prevention: It Can't Begin Too Soon; It's Never Too Late
H-4 How to Include Ethics in Your Position of Authority: A Code of Ethics Code of Ethics can refer to:
I-4 Update on Mandatory Education: Policy Implications
J-4 Battling Staff Division in Corrections: "We Don't Have to Like Each Other. We Just Have to Work Together."
K-4 The Right to Know the Rules and More: Addressing the Needs of Prisoners With Limited English Proficiency Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
PES-3 GOING HOME (RE-ENTRY)
3:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP FBOP Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (tea)
FBOP Federal Bureau Of Prisons
FBOP First Bank of Oak Park
FBOP Fundamental Biology Outreach Program (NASA) ), the Maryland Division of Correction and the Minnesota Department of Corrections have embraced the concept of transitional and re-entry services for incarcerated offenders. They believe that if done properly, it can significantly reduce recidivism and increase employment opportunities for offenders returning home to their communities and to the workforce. The re-entry initiatives currently in progress in the FBOP Maryland and Minnesota along with ongoing research examining the impact of these initiatives will be discussed.
Coordinator: Linda G. Smith, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate, Center for Applied Policy Studies, Bureau of Governmental Research, University of Maryland, College Park The University of Maryland, College Park (also known as UM, UMD, or UMCP) is a public university located in the city of College Park, in Prince George's County, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C., in the United States. , Maryland
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2002
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. E.R. Cass Correctional Achievement Award Banquet Reception
7:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. E.R. Cass Correctional Achievement Award Program, Dinner and Entertainment
2002, A YEAR IN REVIEW AND A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
Closing Workshop 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
The events of September 11, 2001 forever changed America's sense of security and their aftermath will dramatically effect our nation's future. These events coupled with the economic troubles confronted in state capitols across the nation have had a dramatic impact on criminal justice issues and the corrections' industry. This workshop will examine what is happening on Capitol Hill and in our state capitols with professionals who work with these issues daily. The workshop will also examine the role that criminal justice issues are playing in the 2002 elections.
Coordinator: Joey A. Weedon, Legislative Liaison, American Correctional Association, Lanham, Maryland.
THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD: SHOULD POLITICS CHANGE CORRECTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND PHILOSOPHY
Closing Plenary Session 10:30 a.m. - Noon
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Die by the Sword is a computer swordfighting game developed by Treyarch, and published by Tantrum Entertainment (a sub-brand of Interplay Productions) " especially when it comes to gubernatorial appointments. A small number of correctional administrators have escaped the "sword", but many, many others have not. Many experienced, highly qualified corrections administrators are unprecedented when compared to many other professions. Is this high turnover rate healthy for our professions? And, how does this turnover affect the thousands of individuals who work in our correctional facilities? During this session, we will hear from women and men who have left their positions because of changes in the state government. We will also hear from others who have transcended political parties and/or terms of governors and are still on the job today. Discussions will center on personal views versus political views and professional views versus political views and the participants will discuss how the changes affected their own personal and professional lives and the current state of affairs in correc tions within their state.
Coordinator: James A. Gondles, Jr., Executive Director, American Correctional Association, Lanham, Maryland