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Who Should Attend:
  • Community Corrections
  • This conference is designated for Community Corrections Chiefs/Directors across the State of Texas, their executive level team, and/or whom they deem appropriate for leadership exposure.
Date/Time:
Oct 05 - 08, 2014
Price:
$175.00
Hotel Information: *
The San Luis 5222 Seawall Boulevard Galveston, TX 77550 800-392-5937

Is there anything you would like covered on the agenda? If so please email Amanda Bilnoski at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your ideas.


For more information, contact:
Amanda Bilnoski, Project Coordinator
Correctional Management Institute of Texas
George J. Beto Criminal Justice Building
Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
Fax: (936) 294-1671
Phone: (936) 294-1227
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Cancellation Policy: Full refunds will be given to those who cancel ten (10) working days prior to the training. A $35.00 administrative fee will be assessed for cancellations after the deadline. The Correctional Management Institute of Texas reserves the right to retain or collect fees in full for those who fail to cancel prior to the training or for those who fail to attend. Substitutions are permitted anytime.

 

* Unless otherwise noted, hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the participant.

 

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  American Probation and Parole Association
August 3-6 2014
Hyatt Regency
New Orleans, LA

APPA's Resource Expo is the only exposition dedicated solely to the needs of community corrections. At the Resource Expo, you will discover the latest products, innovative services and state of the art technologies to meet the challenges of keeping our communities safe. You can see, test and compare products and services while discussing your agency's specific needs with experts in areas such as correction software applications, drug testing technologies, offender monitoring systems, training and curriculum development, substance abuse and behavioral health programs and many more valuable products and services. Nothing rivals this resource of product and service information!

 

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  2014 JMI Conference - Galveston, Texas
Jail Management Issues
August 25-28, 2014

AGENDA-

Topics
Leadership
Hispanic Gangs
Media Relations
TCJS Panel
Mental Health
Leadership Programs for Small Agencies
Human Trafficking
How Agencies Get Into Trouble; How They Stay in Trouble; and What Works
Interview & Interrogation
Jail Liabilities
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
Triangulation
Report Writing
Hot Topics for Texas Jails
Thinking Beyond the Box: A Leader's Guide to Understanding Ourselves and Others

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Arkansas Association of Counties Annual Conference
August 20-22, 2014 – Little Rock, AR
8/20/2014 1pm - 8/22/2014 11am

Little Rock Marriott and Statehouse Convention Center

Association of Arkansas Counties
Annual Conference
August 20-22, 2014

The 46th Annual Conference will kick off August 20th at the newly renovated Little Rock Marriott Hotel (formerly The Peabody) and Statehouse Convention Center. This year’s theme “Great Counties Under Construction” celebrates the continued process of great county government as well as the new construction and renovation to the AAC Headquarters. Join us for an informative meeting sure to be beneficial to everyone!
 

Financial Intel and Justice Solutions are excited to be attending this conference.

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    Arkansas Collector's Conference. Taking place on December 4-5 in Hot Springs.

 

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Texas Association of Counties

Aug. 27-29 Texas Association of Counties Legislative Conference in Austin
Headquarters: Renaissance Austin Hotel, 9721 Arboretum Blvd., 512-343-2626. For more information, contact the Texas Association of Counties Legislative Department at 800-456-5974.

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66th Annual County Treasurers’ Association Conference. The Ambassador Hotel, 3100 I-40 West Amarillo, TX 79102 (806) 358-6161. If unable to reach hotel by phone, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Local Government Solutions and Financial Intel are excited to attend this conference.

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Company members from Justice Solutions participated in a Memorial Golf Tournament to help raise funds for fallen Detective Keith Spangler. 

On Friday, January 14, 2000, Little Rock Police Officer Byron Keith Spangler died in a plane crash in Carlisle, Arkansas. Keith was 31 years old and a detective for the departments burglary squad. Native of Poteau, Oklahoma, he was a police officer with Little Rock since 1994.

Keith was pursuing a private pilots license when the terrible accident occurred. He is survived by his wife, Lia Spangler, and two sons, Corey and Brennen. Keith did not have extra life insurance, and the department's insurance policy will not cover him because he was in a private plane. In order to assist Keith's family, a trust fund has been set up in his name.

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By Justin Bates
Times Record
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Property owners in Sebastian County are among the first in the state who can pay their personal property taxes online, as well as receive electronic statements and receipts, according to Sebastian County Treasurer-Collector Judith Miller.

Miller said the county’s new online system is part of a tax collector software package the county purchased in January for $46,000 from Little Rock-based TaxPro to coincide with new state laws that mandate bookkeeping. Pulaski and Saline counties use the same software package.

Miller said the change in the state law to allow counties to send out electronic statements will allow property owners to get information in a timely manner.

“This is a big deal. We’ve always allowed them to pay online, but the big thing with this is to receive statements online. It will save time and will save the county money,” Miller said. “The law went into effect in regular session last year and we are taking advantage of it. We are trying to go green and save the taxpayers some money.”

Bentley Hovis, chief deputy at the Pulaski County Treasurer-Collector’s Office, viewed the move as a long-term savings venture for Pulaski County.

“We just got started with ours and as far as what we did, we have about 64,000 emails in our records of people who volunteered their email addresses to us. We sent it out the last week in February and broadcast that the tax books were open,” Hovis said. “Of those, 1,100 went ahead and paid their taxes before they even got their bill.”

Hovis said the county sends out more than 300,000 tax bills annually, which he estimates costs about a dollar per statement.

“If we can get 40,000 to 50,000 to opt in, that would save an estimated $50,000 annually. That is a big deal,” Hovis said. “A new sheriff’s deputy starts out at $26,000 annually, so, for example, the county could probably hire two sheriff’s deputies if they wanted. For us here in Pulaski County, it will be a huge savings material down the road. For counties our size, it could be a great savings. We are real excited about it.”

According to Miller, her office spends 56 cents for each statement mailed to the county’s property owners. The cost includes envelopes, postage and printing.

Miller said about 1,600 property owners have opted in, which she said is a savings to the county.

Though the number appears small, Miller said the program is in its infant stages and anticipates the number to grow much larger, leading to more savings for the county. Miller said the collector’s office has 57,884 real estate owners and 55,813 personal property owners on the books, many of whom are duplicate owners. She said she’d like to see at least 32,000 property owners opt-in for the service, which would save the county an estimated $17,920.

County Judge David Hudson said the cost-saving measure is a good move for the county.

“I think it’s a good move that saves us some money,” Hudson said. “It goes hand-in-hand with the implementation of technology in the county.”

Another advantage of the new system is the ability to pay taxes early, instead of waiting to receive a paper statement. “You could get a jump on it and pay your taxes,” Miller said. “It’s convenient and would save the county money.”

The tax books officially opened March 1. The deadline to pay property taxes is Oct. 15.

To receive the electronic statements, Miller said property owners can opt in through the treasurer-collector’s office via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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TaxPRO is excited to announce that we offer the ability to certify to the State Land Commission electronically! For more information about this feature please contact TaxPRO at 501-246-8060.

www.gowithtaxpro.com

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Texas College of Probate Judges
June 5-6, 2014
Galveston, Texas
 
Texas College of Probate Judges or TCPJ is a private, non-profit educational organization composed of Probate Court judges, and their staffs, from throughout Texas. TCPJ seminars offer probate court personnel an opportunity for continuing education as well as an opportunity to meet and talk about issues involving probate, guardianship, and mental-health law.
 
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2014 Texas Corrections Association
June 8-11 2014
Sugarland Marriott
Sugarland, Texas
 
TEXAS CORRECTIONS ASSOCIATIONis dedicated to providing a forum for promoting quality correctional practices through professional growth, leadership, mentorship and education. TCA is organized to anticipate and respond to the needs of our members, clients and the general public.

Building the public awareness, recognition, knowledge and support for the corrections professional and the corrections field.
Promoting ethical practices and a code of ethics for the benefit of the corrections professional and the general public.
Creating a strong environment of education and information through conferences, training, communications and website.
Protecting our communities through education and development of citizen support for prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency.
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We are very excited at Information Capital to partner with Revolution Web Studios in recreating and relaunching our company website. Actually the guys over at Revolution Web Studios have actually helped all the Information Capital companies to get into new amazing websites. Some are live and the rest are soon to go live. Check back often to new company updates on each of our companies.

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