Sheriff Quattrone Completes New ‘Jail Administration’ Course At National Sheriffs’ Institute

MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County Sheriff Jim Quattrone recently completed a new workshop course at the National Sheriffs’ Institute that focuses on challenges regarding correctional facilities.

Called ‘Jail Administration’, Sheriff Quattrone was one of 11 other Sheriffs from across the country selected for this workshop, which took place from October 18-22, 2021 at the NSI’s campus in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. The Major County Sheriffs of America, Small and Rural Law Enforcement Executives Association, Committee of State Sheriffs’ Associations, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police selected the nominees.

This no-cost workshop joins an existing course that prepares first-term sheriffs for success, and aims to enhances the sheriff’s knowledge and responsibilities within the correctional community such as the legal implications of operating a jail, the sheriff as a leader inside the jail, and critical aspects of jail operations and improvements.

The NSI is the only executive leadership training program designed specifically for sheriffs to prepare them for all matters that impact the office. The NSI was developed in the early 1970’s in response to a need by sheriffs to meet the evolving demands of the office.


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