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, - IJIS Institute Webinar: CCAP Unified Case Management System
Tampa, Florida - APPA 2015 Winter Training Institute
Washington, District of Columbia - Winter 2015 Global Advisory Committee (GAC) Meeting
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01/27/2015 : Winter 2015 Global Advisory Committee (GAC) Meeting
- Washington, DC
The Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global) Advisory Committee (GAC) is a Federal Advisory Committee to the U.S. Attorney General, providing recommendations on promising national justice information sharing (JIS) policies, practices, and technologies to solve problems and improve justice. Through the work of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and its state, local, and tribal partners, taking action based on Global recommendations, groundbreaking progress has been made. These GAC meetings provide an opportunity to showcase recent Global-supported JIS successes and implementations, outline future Global efforts, and highlight significant JIS-related activities of BJA and Global partners, including industry. Two excellent primers on the Global Initiative can be found at https://it.ojp.gov/gist/161/Global-Justice-Information-Sharing-Initiative-Briefing-Booklet and https://it.ojp.gov/docdownloader.aspx?ddid=1809.
01/11/2015 : APPA 2015 Winter Training Institute
- Tampa, FL
APPA conducts the largest national training institute for community corrections offering workshops, special sessions, resource expo, and networking opportunities tailored to your needs. When you attend an APPA Training Institute, you will be exposed to discussions on the latest theories and examine the newest technologies as you connect to your peers in enjoyable networking opportunities. APPA conducts an Annual and Winter training institute each year in which the training sessions are developed by a planning committee of community corrections professionals. You will stay informed and obtain information that can be applied to your career when you attend one of these cost-effective training institutes.
01/07/2015 : IJIS Institute Webinar: CCAP Unified Case Management System
This webinar is hosted by the IJIS Institute, with funding support from the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance. The first in a series of webinars featuring innovative corrections information projects, this webinar will provide an overview of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania’s Unified Case Management System (CCAP UCM). The CCAP UCM enables the entry of an offender’s core information one time, then individual criminal justice departments can access the record and add department-specific information. The UCM System became a reality in the spring of 2013 but it didn’t happen overnight, nor did it happen in a vacuum. Rather, there were seven key components that were needed to unlock this door to a new way of operations for county departments across Pennsylvania. Although the technology solution will be discussed, this webinar will focus on operational benefits of solving the identified business problem and the priority justice issues involved. The webinar will also discuss the seven keys to successful implementation of an information sharing technology project, the standards-based solutions that were leveraged (such as the National Information Exchange Model), and the lessons learned and tips for other agencies with an interest in replicating this program. This webinar will be particularly applicable for state and local government leaders and staff members (such as governors’ staff, state/county CIOs, county commissioners and staff), practitioners in corrections, law enforcement, and healthcare, and policy-minded criminal justice stakeholders. Date: January 7, 2015 Time: 2:00 PM EST
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