Continuing Education

Justice Facility Design & the Role of Plumbing Products for Health, Safety, & Security

Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes

The US has the highest incarceration rate in the world, and with recidivism rates as high as 75% within five years, the prospects for released inmates are dim. There is no simple solution to these issues, but one approach is to focus on rehabilitation to help inmates reintegrate successfully into society upon release. This course looks at the role evidence-based building design can play in a rehabilitative environment that promotes healing, autonomy, and growth. Design strategies are presented with a focus on ADA-compliant, ligature-resistant plumbing products and water management systems that support a clean, safe, secure, rehabilitative environment.

Presented by Stephanie Miner on behalf of Acorn Engineering Company, Inc..

 This course is ONLINE: SELF-PACED. Experience it on your own schedule, at your convenience.

 This course is registered with 26 industry association(s). Show credit and registration information. Hide credit and registration information.

This course is rated for 1 accessibility symbol. One symbol indicates courses that address accessible design in a small portion of the course. These courses do not meet the requirements of the California Architects Board. Please verify with other state boards before considering these courses as accessibility education.. You can read more about the Accessibility Rating system.

This course IS Health, Safety and Welfare eligible.

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