How do I become a prison consultant?
Prison consulting is becoming a major industry for former inmates. Dan and his fellow team of coaches can help individuals interested in becoming a consultant. We offer courses followed my a course certification, one-on-one mentoring, as well as a personalized marketing plan and website. After completing the course you will become a knowledgeable prison consultant.
While the majority of people entering the federal prison system will not utilize the services of a prison consultant, white-collar convicts who have no experience with judicial system and have the resources to hire a consultant tend to do so. Federal prison consultants can have a wide array of responsibilities depending on their client. Services include pre-confinement lobbying for preferred prison placements to educating clients on what to expect in the day-to-day life behind bars. Dan has perfected his consulting talent in pre-sentencing assistance in determining the eligibility for special programs that can help reduce a client’s sentence.
In becoming a prison consultant you will be able to use your experience to help motivate and coach client’s who are in the position you are all to familiar with. Consulting is more of an art than it is a science because there is no one specific goal or desired outcome. This is understable because no one case is the same due to disciplinary proceedings, transfers, special programs, and work detail assignments there are no concrete steps. Regardless of the situation a client needs to feel that the consultant knows what they are talking about, and that they can connect and trust them.