The PREA Resource Center hosts frequent webinars on various topics related to the PREA Standards, implementation, and the audit. You'll find all upcoming and archived webinars listed on this page.
There are no Upcoming Webinars at this time.
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This new webinar, which is being presented jointly by JDI and the PREA Resource Center, will guide police lock-up officials on how to develop – and carry out – plans for responding to sexual abuse in their facilities.
In this interactive web conference, you will learn from staff from the Indiana and North Carolina Department of Corrections about policy and practice changes they are making to keep young people who are being charged as adults in juvenile facilities and how to meet those youths’ needs while the changes are being implemented.
This webinar will cover how to create education programs for residents in juvenile facilities.
This webinar will guide juvenile detention officials on how to develop – and carry out – plans for responding to sexual abuse in their facilities.
This webinar focuses on the national PREA Standards and the implications for human resource practices.
This webinar – the second in a two-part series – will cover how to implement inmate education programs in jails that are compliant with the PREA Standards
In this interactive web conference, Craig Bachman and Phil Cox will discuss the county- and state-level changes that have been made in Oregon to keep young people who are being charged as adults in juvenile facilities.
This webinar, the first in a two-part series, for local corrections officials will cover how to set up inmate education programs in jails that are compliant with the PREA Standards.
Responding to Sexual Abuse of Youth in Custody: Addressing the Needs of Boys, Girls and Gender-Nonconforming Youth
This webinar focuses on the national PREA Standards and addressing the needs of boys, girls and gender non-conforming youth in custody.