San Antonio, Texas, USA
APAI brings together decision-makers and practitioners who believe that a gradual release into the community is an important part of good corrections principles and practices. As organizations, we have different parole legislations and policies, but we share a common belief that offenders can change and reintegrate safely into the community with good quality support from that same community.
The 2011 APAI Annual Training Conference will take place in San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A from May 15th to 18th. Our theme for this year's conference is “Collaborations and Partnerships: The Keys to Success”.
The target audience for this conference is parole and releasing authority chairpersons, vice chairpersons, members and staff, key staff professionals in institutional parole/releasing agencies, parole analysts and hearing examiners, probation and parole officers, federal, state and local judges and any other Criminal Justice and Correctional professionals with a job focus in social reintegration of offenders.
Please visit the APAI website for registration and programme information www.apaintl.org
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Strategies for the Planning, Design and Security of Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia
24 & 25 May 2011
EXCLUSIVE FOR ICPA MEMBERS - 15% discount on the conference fee
Because of a rising inmate population in Asia, with existing obsolete prison security infrastructure, and an increasing need for better design and planning of prison facilities for rehabilitation programs, there is a growing concern to ensure the future growth and safety of our prisons and correctional facilities. Failure to address these needs would compromise the safety and effective functioning of these facilities.
Government IQ Asia is putting together the very first Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia event to bring together the Heads, Commissioners and Director Generals of Prison HQs and Ministries of Justice to talk about the future roadmap and modernisation efforts of Asian governments.
Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia will feature a regional and international line up of experts, including:
- Jamaluddin Bin Saad, Deputy Commissioner General of Prisons, MALAYSIAN PRISONS DEPARTMENT HQ
- CR Garg, Deputy Inspector General, Prisons, PRISON HQ, INDIA
- Nishan Chandrajith Dhanasinghe, Commissioner of Prisons, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, SRI LANKA
- Untung Sugiyono, Director General of Corrections, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, INDONESIA
- General Ernesto El Diokno, Director, BUREAU OF CORRECTIONS, PHILIPPINES
- Hiroshi Nishida, Director of General Affairs, Corrections Bureau, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, JAPAN
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.prisonsasia.com for the full agenda of the conference.
ICPA Members should use booking code PCFA2011-ICPA#1 when registering.