Understanding and Implementing Inmate Discipline

March 20, 2019
1:00pm - 2:00pm

Inmate discipline in an important management tool within a correctional setting.  This webinar will discuss all of the procedural requirements surrounding inmate discipline to include:  notice requirements, hearing requirements, calling of witnesses, evidentiary requirements, decisional requirements and the appeals process.  In addition, we will explore the differences between moving or placing an inmate in administrative segregation which is not an atypical condition of being in the jail vs. when the inmate disciplinary process is triggered.   


Presenter: Carrie Hill is an attorney and national criminal justice consultant.  She has dedicated her 29-year career to providing professional development seminars in correctional law, along with criminal justice consulting, to educate and empower those working in the correctional industry.  

Ms. Hill’s passion for and expertise of corrections law is known nationally. She makes the law come alive and applicable regardless of rank – from report writing techniques and legal-based policy development to risk assessment and offensive approaches in the event of prisoner litigation.  

Ms. Hill’s contributions to corrections go beyond professional development to consulting for and defense of correctional facilities, management and staff.  She is also the former General Counsel to the Utah Department of Corrections, Editor of Corrections Managers’ Report and most recently, the Senior Administrative Manager to Sheriff Richard Stanek in Hennepin County, MN.

Ms. Hill accepted a new role in June 2017 with the National Sheriffs' Association as the Director of the National Center for Jail Operations (NCJO).