About the Justice Clearinghouse

MEMBERS

From your neighborhood cop, to prosecutors, the probation officers, court staff — even the academics who research and study this sector, we help justice professionals stay on top of the trends, best practices and success stories in their industry through articles, webinars and training. While a significant portion of our members are from the law enforcement arena, we have members come from all reaches of the Justice/Public Safety arena
The mix of justice professionals attending our webinars will vary depending on the topic.

With more than 20,000 members, The Justice Clearinghouse is the first organization to espouse an inter-disciplinary approach to understanding and resolving the challenges affecting our justice and public safety arena.

As a peer-to-peer educational environment, we offer a year-round “virtual conference” for budget-challenged and time-starved justice professionals to learn from the thought leaders, innovators, researchers, and street-wise, experienced professionals in their fields, without the cost, travel, or time out of the office.

The justice arena is an integrated profession

Law enforcement works in partnership with prosecutors. Prosecutors rely on forensics professionals. Courtroom professionals are impacted by the cases prosecutors bring forth. Incarceration, Probation and Parole staff see the results of the investigative process. Academic, professional researchers evaluate and provide evidence-based recommendations for improvement.
Each segment of our community is important: each relies on the other for superior professionalism. But all too often, local area departments and divisions simply do not have the resources to provide all the training they would like, nor the ability to fund staff to attend national conferences.

That's how JCH was born

Rather than "sending" justice professionals off to conferences, taking them days out of the field and at great expense, why not bring a year-round, virtual conference to the justice community, thus creating a "learning-on-demand," just-in-time professional development environment?

Our Topics

Given the wide-ranging scope of our audience and their needs, this, of course, means our webinars and content cover a wide range of topics: from helping first responders understand the homeless population, to working more effectively with Autistic individuals, to cybersecurity issues and, yes, even terrorism.

Our topics are deliberately designed to address the various intersections of the justice community from a multidisciplinary approach

Focusing on the linkages between and among the various segments of the justice profession, as well as the interface beween Justice/Public Safety and other industry sectors (ie: Government, Technology, Health, etc)

We offer free weekly webinars, as well as fee-based training, in addition to ongoing news/articles about the world of justice.

Check out our full schedule of events here.

We welcome ideas for future webinars or articles. Please email our editor at chris@justiceclearinghouse.com with your tips and suggestions.

Our Memberships

JCH offers both individual as well as organizational memberships. Individual memberships are available on both a monthly and annual basis. Organizational memberships are based on the size of the organization. For more information about subscriber options, please visit our Memberships Page.

While our live events are free to attend, paid subscribers have 24×7 access to our extensive library of recorded webinars.

Paying subscribers can also generate certificates of completion, which can be used when seeking continuing education credits as part of their professional development/career planning.

Sponsorships

We welcome the opportunity to discuss our various sponsorship opportunities, and how they can address your business goals.
Please contact aaron@justiceclearinghouse.com for more information.

Please use the below contact form and we will ensure your request/question or suggestion gets to the right person.
Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.

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