Webinar: The data driven jail
How analytics can inform policy decision, identify crucial needs, and create a better jail
Sponsored by Tribridge
Technology and data can streamline operations in jails, as well as suggest ways to safeguard the lives of officers and inmates and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of correctional practices.
Does your system adequately capture important metrics necessary for good jail management? Analytics help you understand what your data means, which is necessary for informed decision-making.
Identifying the critical data needs of a policy team and the value of information and data analysis must be established early in the process.
In this webinar, you'll learn about:
- How data can be used to question, inform, and shape policy and management decisions.
- The value of real-time data business intelligence and analytics
- Creative IT solutions on a county level
- Global approaches to collecting and sharing data for law enforcement
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Mark Long is a retired 29-year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Throughout his career, he worked as line staff, supervisor and manager of both jail and patrol operations. Before retirement, Captain Long served as the Division Commander of North Operations, where his duties included law enforcement services to three contract cities and unincorporated county islands, oversight of the emergency communications bureau and armed security services to all county buildings. He is currently a subject matter expert for Tribridge.
Mike James has more than 30 years in law enforcement experience with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, retiring in 2012 as the Assistant Sheriff of Custody and Court Operations. He currently serves as executive director of the Integrated Law and Justice Agency of Orange County, a countywide joint powers authority of criminal justice agencies focused on common projects that serve the needs of all members in a cost-effective and efficient manner.