Events

1st International Correctional Research Symposium

27th December 2016

ICPA in collaboration with EuroPris and the Belgian Prison Service is organising on 27-29 March 2017 in Ghent, the first International Correctional Research Symposium. The  two-day conference aims to improve the ways we conduct research in corrections. Having an accurate and understandable picture of the situation within corrections is crucial for making decisions with regards to how prisoners and ex-offenders are managed and for future planning on a local basis. Information gleaned on a local level is aggregated on a national level to inform heads of service, ministers and policymakers. Furthermore, many academics, NGOs and non-profit organisations conduct research to try to compare this information on an inter-jurisdictional basis. This conference […]

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24th Annual International Research Conference

26th April 2016

The International Community Corrections Association invites you to the 24th Annual Research Conference. From October 2nd to 5th, 2016, we will bring together an estimated 200 – 300 participants that include researchers, policy makers, criminal justice practitioners, and the formerly justice involved to recall the achievements of the past and to introduce exciting innovations for the future. The 24th Annual Conference will be intergenerational with a special emphasis on the emerging research and implications for policy and practice. For more information and to register CLICK HERE

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The Use of Electronic Monitoring in Europe: Key findings from Belgium (Workshop)

2nd December 2015

This national workshop will provide an opportunity to hear about, and engage with, the findings of the European Commission funded project entitled ‘Creativity and Effectiveness in the use electronic monitoring (EM) as an alternative to imprisonment in EU member states’. The research was carried out in five jurisdictions (Belgium, England & Wales, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland) providing up-to-date analysis of current and future uses of EM in each jurisdiction as well as insights gained from the first comparative EM research in the EU. At each event the main findings of the comparative and relevant jurisdictional research will be presented and critically reflections will be provided by academic experts, policy-makers and […]

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The Use of Electronic Monitoring in Europe: Key findings from the Netherlands (Workshop)

2nd December 2015

This national workshop will provide an opportunity to hear about, and engage with, the findings of the European Commission funded project entitled ‘Creativity and Effectiveness in the use electronic monitoring (EM) as an alternative to imprisonment in EU member states’. The research was carried out in five jurisdictions (Belgium, England & Wales, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland) providing up-to-date analysis of current and future uses of EM in each jurisdiction as well as insights gained from the first comparative EM research in the EU. At each event the main findings of the comparative and relevant jurisdictional research will be presented and critically reflections will be provided by academic experts, policy-makers and […]

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The Use of Electronic Monitoring in Europe: Key findings from Germany (Workshop)

2nd December 2015

This national workshop will provide an opportunity to hear about, and engage with, the findings of the European Commission funded project entitled ‘Creativity and Effectiveness in the use electronic monitoring (EM) as an alternative to imprisonment in EU member states’. The research was carried out in five jurisdictions (Belgium, England & Wales, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland) providing up-to-date analysis of current and future uses of EM in each jurisdiction as well as insights gained from the first comparative EM research in the EU. At each event the main findings of the comparative and relevant jurisdictional research will be presented and critically reflections will be provided by academic experts, policy-makers and […]

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The Use of Electronic Monitoring in Europe: UK and European Perspectives – London Conference

2nd December 2015

This conference will provide an opportunity to hear about, and engage with, the findings of the European Commission funded project entitled ‘Creativity and Effectiveness in the use electronic monitoring (EM) as an alternative to imprisonment in EU member states’. The research was carried out in five jurisdictions (Belgium, England & Wales, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland) providing up-to-date analysis of current and future uses of EM in each jurisdiction as well as insights gained from the first comparative EM research in the EU. At each event the main findings of the comparative and relevant jurisdictional research will be presented and critically reflections will be provided by academic experts, policy-makers and […]

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The Use of Electronic Monitoring in Europe – Belgium Conference

2nd December 2015

This conference will provide an opportunity to hear about, and engage with, the findings of the European Commission funded project entitled ‘Creativity and Effectiveness in the use electronic monitoring (EM) as an alternative to imprisonment in EU member states’. The research was carried out in five jurisdictions (Belgium, England & Wales, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland) providing up-to-date analysis of current and future uses of EM in each jurisdiction as well as insights gained from the first comparative EM research in the EU. At each event the main findings of the comparative and relevant jurisdictional research will be presented and critically reflections will be provided by academic experts, policy-makers and […]

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ICCA 2015 Annual Conference – Registration Now Open!

6th August 2015

The International Community Corrections Association invites you to the 23rd Annual Research Conference. From November 8th-10th, 2015, we will bring together an estimated 200 – 300 participants that include researchers, policy makers, criminal justice practitioners, and the formerly justice involved to recall the achievements of the past and to introduce exciting innovations for the future. The 23rd Annual Conference will be intergenerational with a special emphasis on the emerging research and implications for policy and practice. For more informatin and to register CLICK HERE

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