The team at Mi-Case have designed a series of articles dedicated to the professionals who serve in the Public Safety Corrections industry at the national, State, and Local level. We fully understand and appreciate the effort and dedication each of you make to ensuring the very best in Public Safety.
You might be surprised at the data regarding the number of IT projects that are considered successful. However, this Blog post looks at those critical success factors found to be contributors to a successful project while preparing for the technical shift, and preparing personnel.
Some would think an out-of-date technology is cheaper to maintain. In this post, we dive into how it's actually more expensive to maintain an out-of-date system and the benefits of upgrading these technologies.
If you are familiar with an offender management system, you are aware of the sheer scope of processes this technology is used to manage. At its core, an offender management system is meant to track an entire offender’s journey-- it is much more than a name on a file.
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Wide variations in policies and term lengths across states point to opportunities for reform - The Pew Charitable Trusts
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Federal officials have suggested that corrections staff receive high priority for a coronavirus vaccine, but not the millions of inmates held in U.S. facilities.
William Lit - November 2020 Mi-Case Employee Highlight!
The actions action of prison professionals has a direct impact in inmates’ life, their attitudes and behaviors while in prison and after release