ICPA believes in integrity and professionalism, the sharing of ideas and partnerships. We are confident that we can advance professional corrections by combining our expertise and knowledge. ICPA’s Networks are the natural response to the many challenges which our global community faces.
Do you share our beliefs? Do you want to be part of a group that works on exciting projects? Are you willing to learn many new things and exchange knowledge?
If your answer is “YES” then read below how to become a member of a Network and the associated benefits…
Here is what awaits…
and highly motivated professionals, dedicated to the advancement of professional corrections
|Connections with more than 120 professionals from all over the world||Global projects that require collaboration with specialists and experts worldwide|
|Access to the latest
information in the sector: researches, news, statistics, case studies, regulations
|Recognition! ICPA is an international organisation and its experts have the opportunity to present their ideas to the global corrections community.|
And some more benefits…
|Your work could be displayed on our regular Newsleters and e-Bulletins. Share your ideas with more than 10,000 readers.||Depending on your proactivity you might also get the chance to have your researches published in ICPA’s Academic Journals|
|As a member of a Network you could have the great opportunity to present your achievements in front of over 400 people during ICPA’s events!||Yes ! Participation in ICPA Networks is 100 % free, subject to approval by the Group Chair. It is a requirement to be a Member of the association.|
For more information on how to join one of our Networks, please email us at email@example.comMany members of ICPA have asked how they could become more active in the Association. One way is to become an active member of a Network. ICPA has several networks including Community Corrections, Healthcare, Planning and Design, Research and Development, Technology Solutions, and Staff Training and Development. All ICPA members are welcome to express their interest in becoming an active member of a Network.