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Training Webinar: June 20, 2013. Reduce Recidivism using Predictive Analytics

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Reduce Recidivism using Predictive Analytics

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Reduce Recidivism using Predictive Analytics
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Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 2:00 pm EST    

Jumpstart your prison reform programs with predictive analytics

What if you could take all your prisoner files and determine which interventions would work best for specific types of prisoners? It's now possible with predictive analytics.

Predictive analytics allows agencies to perform complex analyses of millions of files about prison populations, demographics and repeat offenders that reveal trends and patterns hidden in the data.

Attend our complimentary webinar on June 20 at 2:00 EST and learn how predictive analytics can greatly reduce recidivism and accelerate many corrections reform initiatives, such as:  
  • Security and parole planning   
  • Offender movement within the system   
  • Program effectiveness   
  • Population trending   
  • Staffing projections and resource allocations

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