NCJA in cooperation with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) hosts a monthly webinar series on topics of interest to our members which seek to help participants learn from experts and stay connected to trends and practices at all levels of government. Information for upcoming and past webinars are listed below.
Online learning is an important tool to access the latest criminal justice information, promising practices and trends. The National Criminal Justice Association hosts a number of webinar series focusing on a variety of topics. Our webinars focus on innovative and data-driven programs and practices to keep you ahead of the learning curve.
Check back soon for new webinars.
Improving Community Policing with Intelligence Led Public Safety (November, 2016)
With ever-changing technology in public safety, how does your agency manage its data and the data coming in from the community? Presenters from Motorola Solutions discuss how your agencies data combined with community engagement can improve the safety of your city by using Intelligence Public Safety Solutions.
View webinar slides and accompanying video, Detroit Police Department: Renewing Hope through a Safer Motor City.
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Introducing NCJA‘s Members-Only webinar series. This new quarterly webinar series will focus on a wide variety of issues of interest to our members. Each webinar in the series is free to NCJA members and employees of NCJA member organizations. Cost to attend is $35 for non-members.
In an effort to help educate the field on the importance and impact that pretrial services can have at the state and local level, NCJA is hosting a three part pre-trial webinar miniseries. The purpose of this webinar miniseries is to help criminal justice practitioners at the state and local level understand the evidence base behind pretrial risk assessment, release and supervision.
State and Tribal Collaboration Webinars
Funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance and jointly hosted by the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), this webinar series aims to enhance state and tribal collaboration and highlight the benefits of intergovernmental coordination. Each webinar in this series focuses on a different aspect of state and tribal collaboration.
Justice Information Sharing Webinars
NCJA hosts webinars for State Administrating Agency directors and leaders, Justice Information Sharing Practitioners (JISP), and Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) Administrators. These educational webinars provide a cost-effective way for practitioners to learn about and leverage resources and promising information-sharing strategies in the interest of public safety.
Sex Offender Management Webinars
This webinar series, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and Tracking (SMART), is designed to provide policymakers and practitioners with trustworthy, up-to-date information they can use to identify and implement what works to combat sexual offending and prevent sexual victimization. The webinars are based on reviews of the scientific literature on sex offending and sex offender management and treatment topics conducted by a team of subject-matter experts and published by the SMART Office in October, 2014, as part of the SMART Office Sex Offender Management Assessment and Planning Initiative (SOMAPI), a multi-year SMART Office project designed to assess the state of research and practice in sex offender management and treatment, inform the federal government’s research and grant-making efforts in this area, and share information about what works with the field.
The series will consist of nine webinars focusing on evidence from state-of-theart research, knowledge gaps, unresolved controversies, and the implications of key research findings for policy and practice. Topics include the incidence and prevalence of sexual offending; the etiology of sexual offending; sex offender typologies; internet offending; risk assessment; recidivism; treatment effectiveness, and sex offender management including registration and notification.