Firm to feature large presence the 141st Congress of Correction in Kissimmee, FL
From August 5th to August 10th, 2011, JPay will be attending the 141st Congress of Correction in Kissimmee, FL, hosted by the American Correctional Association. The semi-annual ACA conference is one of the largest and most influential gatherings in the corrections industry. This summer’s event is taking place at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center.
The conference features several workshops as well as an industry-wide exhibition and distinguished keynote speakers. Attendees include officials from Departments of Correction from states across the nation, as well as service providers and producers that cater to the corrections industry.
JPay will be featuring its new consumer-facing website, JPay.com, in addition to several of its most popular inmate products and services, including the JP3 music player and JPay’s money transfer service.
JPay provides corrections services to many of the agencies that will be in attendance next week. Moreover, JPay’s progressive approach to inmate and offender services will be well-represented at a conference that features such workshops as: “Invest Now or Pay Later, Partnerships to Make Reentry Efforts Work,” and “Alternatives to Re-incarceration for Technical Parole Violators.”
The American Correctional Association is the oldest and largest international correctional association in the world, serving all disciplines within the corrections profession. The association offers professional development and certification services, as well as standards, accreditation, networking and consulting opportunities, research and publications, conferences, exhibitions, and technology and testing for corrections agencies. The ACA, which calls itself the “world-wide authority” in corrections, is widely considered the primary professional association in the corrections industry.
JPay, of course, is the national leader in inmate and offender services, delivering innovative and technologically advanced products and services to agencies in more than 30 states and serving more than 1.3 million inmates and offenders.