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WEBINAR: Is Complacency Killing Your Jail?
March 26 @ 1:00 PM CDT - 2:00 PM CDT
Is Complacency Killing Your Jail?
A complacent jail is an unsafe jail. Attend this live webinar hosted by EmLogis and featuring guest speaker Gary Raney Sheriff, ADA County, and you’ll come away with the realization that you are a victim of complacency. In this web version of presentations from ACA and AJA, you’ll experience the “wow factor” of how complacency is alive in your correctional operations.
In this live event, you’ll learn:
- The root causes of complacent behavior and the curse it has on jail operations
- The pitfalls of complacency
- Real-life tragic correctional examples that are directly related to complacency
- An analysis of complacency and its contributing factors in jail operations and how to avoid a tragedy
- How to confront the complacent behavior of your personal actions and those working in your jail
About the Speaker: Sheriff Gary Raney
Sheriff Gary Raney joined the Ada County Sheriff’s Office in Boise, Idaho in 1983 and was sworn in as the Ada County Sheriff in 2005. Sheriff Raney is now responsible for the largest law enforcement agency in the State of Idaho with well over 600 employees. His duties include policing unincorporated Ada County and the cities of Eagle, Kuna and Star as well as managing the 1,217-bed jail, running the county-wide emergency dispatch center and fulfilling a variety of statutory and cooperative duties. Sheriff Raney has been recognized locally and nationally for bringing good business practices and data-driven decisions to the leadership to the agency. By using a blend of innovation and performance measures, the Sheriff’s Office had become a model organization in many areas, often hosting training sessions or site visits for other agencies.
Sheriff Raney has a Master’s Degree from Boise State University and graduated from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff & Command, the FBI National Academy, and the National Executive Institute. Sheriff Raney works many organizations including the Idaho Sheriffs’ Association, the Ada County Drug and Mental Health Court, the Intermountain West Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory, the Idaho Peace Officers Standards & Training Council, and the Idaho Criminal Justice Commission to help set state policy on the top criminal justice issues in the State. In 2010, the United States Attorney General appointed Sheriff Raney to the Advisory Board of the National Institute of Corrections.