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Learn from others and share your own experiences.

Join us virtually for a unique opportunity to swap stories and best practices with peers on the Public Record frontlines at other Correction Departments.

Join GovQA on January 19 at 11am CST for invite-only, small-group, virtual discussion relevant to individuals who work on the Public Record frontlines at Department of Correction agencies. We won’t be presenting, but rather asking you to share your own expertise so that others may learn. We’ll ask questions and provide thoughts based on what we’re seeing across the country.

Whether or not you’re using software to manage Public Records, you’ll walk away with actionable, experience-based advice to take back to your own organization.

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Conversation will center around:

  • Adjusting to a pandemic world
  • Your handling of inmate information and health requests
  • Best practices for transferring inmate PII cross-facilities
  • Impact criminal activity on CJIS guidelines
  • Dive into the PiPRIndex Complexity Report on trends affecting DOCs
  • Topics submitted by registrants

We encourage you to download the Peers in Public Records Index (PiPRIndex) before joining the Roundtable.

During the Roundtable we’ll walk you through how you, as a public safety organization, can get the most out of the PiPRIndex; an actionable barometer that tracks the complexity of public record requests over time.

Exclusive Virtual Roundtable:

We are extending this invite to a hand-selected group of individuals at DOCs we believe have proven to be leaders on the peers on the Public Record frontlines. This is an EXCLUSIVE Virtual Roundtable with limited seating. We ask you select one (1) individual attend as your organization’s representative.

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Due to a limited number of seats, accepted registrants will receive a meeting invite from GovQA no more than 72 business hours after registering.

Wednesday, January 19; 11AM – 12PM CST