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Training & Partnership Programs

Part of Criminon’s task is to make its workable programs available to correctional professionals working in the field. Many organizations and government institutions have created facilities to handle criminals, care for inmates, to help those at risk or those coming out of prisons. It is Criminon’s expressed goal to partner with like-minded organizations and groups and offer its services to supplement ongoing programs.

Criminon has successfully trained correctional officers and educational staff of correctional facilities. Such training programs can be arranged on the premises of the partner institution, in a convention center centrally located or soon in Criminon’s own premises in Los Angeles.

These training programs range from introductory lectures, weekend workshops, to week long seminars and multiple week intensive training.

Criminon training can assist in staff stress reduction, communication skills, motivational interviewing and how to change criminogenic thinking patterns.


"This course made me sorry for every wrong thing I have ever done to anyone. It made me cry. I will always hold this course, and the principles therein, with high regard. After completing this course, the great thing that could happen to me would be the opportunity to apply the course’s teachings amongst the free, that before I died -- someone in society would say,’David Turner was a good man.’"

- D.T
Studies

The Criminon Program Evaluation: Phase I

The Urban Institute

Utah Juvenile Court Case Study

FASE

The Criminon Program in Honduras

The Criminon Program White Paper



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