GTL Becomes First Company to Release Education Products for Entire Corrections Ecosystem

Facilities, agencies, staff, and offenders can now benefit from GTL education solutions


Reston, Virginia (PRNewsWire) – June 15, 2017GTL , an innovation leader in correctional technology, education solutions that assist in rehabilitating inmates, and payment services solutions for government, today announced it has released education solutions that benefit all stakeholders in the criminal justice ecosystem.

“We have worked diligently to develop and deploy education and training services for all segments of a correctional ecosystem,” said Dr. Turner Nashe, GTL Senior Vice President of Education Services. “By addressing the market need for rehabilitative education for offenders and professional education for the workforce, I am confident we have addressed our goal of providing quality programming that saves time and money no matter which side of the wall we are servicing.”

GTL’s Rehabilitative Education solutions help correctional facilities reduce recidivism and shrink the costs of incarceration by increasing the knowledge and skill sets that can assist inmates with securing employment upon their release. GTL provides a wide range of courseware for:

• Adult Offenders
• Juvenile Offenders
• Adult Probationers
• Adult Parolees
• Prison Industries

“As younger professionals become corrections officers, and as jails and prisons receive technology-savvy inmates, we needed to make sure that our systems support these ‘digital natives’ and deliver content securely through multiple form factors,” added Nashe. “We can even extend inmate education beyond the walls by ensuring that the programs an inmate starts while incarcerated extend through their time spent on probation and parole.”

GTL’s Professional Education solutions can assist agencies in workforce management by increasing the amount and frequency of educational opportunities, digitizing an agency’s current course material, improving accuracy of employment records, monitoring and tracking progress, reducing staff turnover, decreasing manual processes, and reducing labor and printing costs. Professional Education is available for:

• Corrections Staff
• Probation Staff
• Parole Staff

“Our team of professional educators can now deliver education to all corrections stakeholders in the criminal justice community safely, efficiently, and more cost effectively,” concluded Nashe.

GTL’s entire solution suite will be showcased from June 25-27 in booth 351 at the National Sheriffs’ Association’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in Reno, Nevada. GTL will also have its Technology in Motion tour vehicle on display inside the exposition hall at the NSA conference. The Technology in Motion vehicle includes the latest hardware, software, and connectivity to enable comprehensive hands-on demonstrations of the full range of offerings for the corrections, education, and government sectors.


About GTL
GTL leads the fields of correctional technology and government payment services with visionary solutions and customized products that integrate seamlessly to deliver security, financial value, and ease of operation for its customers. As a trusted industry leader, GTL provides services to 32 state departments of corrections, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and 73 of the 100 largest city/county facilities, including 39 of the top 50, which comprise 1.9 million inmates nationwide. To learn more about GTL, please visit or our social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.

About ConnectNetwork
GTL’s ConnectNetwork is the one-stop resource for friends and family members to connect with their incarcerated loved ones. Friends and family can deposit money into an inmate’s accounts, schedule and conduct video visits, and send messages. To learn more about ConnectNetwork, please visit or social media sites on Facebook and Twitter.

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