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American Jail Association

The American Jail Association (AJA) is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting those who work in and operate our nation's jails.  AJA's goal is to provide the best and most current information available through our American Jails magazine, extensive training seminars and publications containing information the jail professionals rely on. 

<P>I feel very proud to be a part of such a large organization.&nbsp; I enjoyed the variety of classes so that one can tailor their experience to better suite one's personal development needs/goals.&nbsp; Interacting with fellow correctional professionals gave me a sense of pride for my profession and a renewed appreciation for my agency.&nbsp; Thanks again for your time and Dedication . . . I am a better officer and supervisor as a result.&nbsp; </P> <P>-- Joksan Morgan&nbsp; Orlando, FL</P>


Apart From The Rest...

<P>The American Jail Association is the only national association that focuses exclusively on issues specific to the operations of local correctional facilities.</P> <P>Our American Jails magazine is written by jail professionals for jail professionals.&nbsp; AJA training provides net working opportunities that cannot be found anywhere else.&nbsp; Your colleagues can be your best resource for problem-solving through their own experiences.</P>

Committment to Corrections

<P>AJA is dedicated to serving all levels of local corrections through professional development and training methods.&nbsp; Our commitment is to help the men and women working in this industry operate their jail in the safest and most efficient manner.</P> <P>The American Jail Association offers a Certified Jail Managers program.&nbsp; This certification documents the mastery of a strong level of knowledge in the specialty.&nbsp; It provides a form of recognition and achievement exhibiting a significant commitment to working in the profession.</P> <P>AJA's Certified Jail Officers program was developed to provide jail officers with an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities as well as their commitment to the corrections profession. </P>

Looking Forward

AJA is working closely with industry affiliates to develop partnerships with the academic community to enhance research on jail issues.&nbsp; Additionally, we have an ongoing commitment to expanding training and technical support to the field in the most effective means possible, such as exploring new methods to deliver training via satellite and the internet.

For More Information Contact:
Gwyn Smith-Ingley, Executive Director
American Jail Association
1135 Professional Court Hagerstown, MD 21740

Phone: 301-790-3930
Toll Free:
Fax: 301-790-2941
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http://www.aja.org




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Corporate Facts

American Jail Association

Year Started: 1981

Corporate Focus/Specialty:
Advancing professionalism in the jail industry through training, publications and conferences

Certifications, Schedules, Blankets:


Owned By:
N/A

Headquarters:
1135 Professional Court Hagerstown, MD 21740

# of Office Locations:  1

# of Employees:  14

Most Recent Projects:
2nd Edition of Jail & Prison Legal Issues: An Administrator’s Guide, 5th Edition of Who’s Who in Jail Management, 26th Annual Jail Expo, 20th Anniversary of American Jails Magazine, Regional Professi






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Corporate Philosophy

AJA is dedicated to:<BR><BR>• Banding together all those concerned with or interested in the custody and care of persons awaiting trial, serving sentences, or otherwise locally confined; to improve the conditions and systems under which such persons are detained.<BR><BR>• Advancing professionalism through training, information exchange, technical assistance, publications, and conferences.<BR><BR>• Providing leadership in the development of professional standards, pertinent legislation, management practices, programs, and services.<BR><BR>• Presenting and advancing the interests, needs, concerns, and proficiency of the profession as deemed appropriate by the membership and their representatives.
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