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Through a cooperative agreement between BJA and NCCD

How the PREA Standards for Lockups Impact Local Law Enforcement

Date / Time: 
Nov 05, 2013 - 02:00pm - 03:15pm EST
Webinar Host: 
International Association of Chiefs of Police
Presenter (s): 
Dominick Liberatore, Project Assistant, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)
Presenter (s): 
Mike McCampbell, Managing Director, Center for Innovative Public Policies (CIPP)
Presenter (s): 
John Letteney, Chief of Police, Apex, NC

Content of the Webinar:
This webinar focuses on the national PREA standards for lockups and the implications of those standards for local law enforcement. The webinar will include: information about what kinds of facilities the lockup standards apply to; implications for liability and benefits of compliance; a review of the PREA standards; how to address sexual abuse in confinement including officer perpetrated abuse; and information about PREA audits. Resources specific to police and sheriffs with lockups/temporary holding facilities will also be discussed.

Who Should Attend:
This webinar is open to all law enforcement leaders who have a lockup (single cell, cell blocks, court holding cells, or other secure enclosures) within their facility, as well as any other stakeholder in a position to share this information with law enforcement (including civilian law enforcement planners and accreditation managers).

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