Events

ICPA’s 19th AGM and Conference

16th November 2016

In joint collaboration with Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) formerly known as the National Offender Management Service (NOMS), ICPA is pleased to invite corrections professionals from around the world to attend our 19th Annual Conference in London, 22-27th October 2017. The theme for this event is ‘Innovation In Rehabilitation: Building Better Futures’ where delegates can expect to learn about the latest approaches, ideas and technologies in relation to the rehabilitation of offenders and their reintegration into the community. Join us in London at the largest annual gathering of international corrections professionals with a huge variety of presentations and topics across a full six day programme of events. Network […]

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3rd World Congress on Probation

16th February 2016

Japan cordially invites you to attend the Third World Congress on Probation, where we look forward to welcoming practitioners and academics involved in community-based treatment of offenders from all over the world. Practitioners, academics and citizens involved in community-based treatment of offenders are invited to attend this World Congress. The Congress attendees, coming from all around the world, will share their knowledge and experience in the fields of probation, parole, pre-trial procedure, residential services, community corrections, juvenile justice and so on for the purpose of enhancing community-based treatment measures. The World Congress on Probation―the world’s largest forum in its field―aims to promote and develop community-based treatment of offenders by sharing […]

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Arts In Corrections Conference

28th April 2015

California Lawyers for the Arts and William James Association in collaboration with University of San Francisco are very pleased to announce that registration is open for our national conference: Arts in Corrections: Opportunities for Justice and Rehabilitation – June 16 to 19, 2015 This conference will provide a robust review of current trends in arts in corrections, including an overview of public policy, funding strategies, evaluation methods, and legislative trends. Special features include a one-day training program on Tuesday, June 16, led by experienced practitioners for artists who are new to the field; opportunities to build out the structure for a national coalition; and a showcase of the arts at […]

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