Category: conference

Nov 29

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges 2018 Conference on Juvenile Justice

The 2018 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges conference will provide an educational opportunity for judges, probation officers, detention facility employees, and other stakeholders in the juvenile justice system to explore gaps in services, discover new and improved practices, share cutting edge research, and motivate participants to explore positive case outcomes for youth …

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Nov 20

Call for Proposals: National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference

Arizona State University’s Center for Child Well-Being is seeking proposals for its 2018 National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference, which will be held in Phoenix, Arizona from April 22–25. The conference will highlight four key categories that include: understanding the impact of parental incarceration on children and families; evidence of program and policy effectiveness; training and …

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Sep 21

Celebrate Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning

Jobs for the Future will kick off National Apprenticeship week and formally launch its Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning at a luncheon with national and international leaders in the field. The event will celebrate the history of the expanding movement to support apprenticeship and other forms of work-based learning in mainstream workforce development and talent solutions for …

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Jun 13

Advancing Justice: National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) Annual Training Conference

This year’s NADCP conference will offer over 30 tracks and hundreds of sessions, and provide training on critical topics affecting family, youth, tribal, drug, DWI, mental health, and veterans treatment courts. The Judges’ and Psychiatrists’ Leadership Initiative will provide a training at the conference, and CSG Justice Center staff will facilitate the Mental Health and …

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May 03

2017 Zarrow Mental Health Symposium

Hosted by the Mental Health Association Oklahoma Date: October 5–6, 2017 Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma  This conference will explore the ways in which systemic injustice and discrimination, enforced through policy and interpersonal actions, have substantial impacts on mental health and can result in trauma, distress, and varying mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, addiction, substance …

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May 01

Second Chance Summit: Seattle

Hosted by Dave’s Killer Bread Foundation Focusing on employment for people with criminal records, this event will feature testimonials from employers and employees, as well as interactive panel discussions on topics such as getting leadership buy-in for employing people with criminal records; common misconceptions about employing and insuring people with criminal backgrounds; and best practices in hiring. …

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Apr 27

Register Now: Reimagining Justice, a Conversation on the National Impact of Crime and Incarceration

Hosted by Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy and First Lady Cathy Malloy Date: June 14–15 Location: Hartford Marriott Downtown 200 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford, CT At this event, leaders and experts from around the country will meet with a diverse group of participants—including victims of crime, academics, business leaders, members of faith communities, and people who were …

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Mar 29

An Act of Justice: Undoing the Legacy of Mass Incarceration

Hosted by the Rothko Chapel and presented in partnership with the Criminology, Law and Society Department at the University of St. Thomas, Houston Date: March 30–April 1 Location: Rothko Chapel, Houston, TX This three day symposium will explore the human rights issues associated with the criminal justice system in the United States. It will offer workshops, panels …

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Mar 15

International Community Corrections Association Conference

The International Community Corrections Association is holding its annual research conference on October 29–November 1, 2017 in Seattle. Key topics that will be covered include addressing opiate use to improve public health and safety, strengthening employment and housing supports to improve reentry, and understanding and preventing the criminalization of mental illness. All workshop proposals are …

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