Hyatt Regency, New Orleans USA
Share your knowledge and advance the field. NCCHC is seeking conference presenters to share information, research, innovative solutions and best practices in every aspect of correctional health care at the Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care.
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The Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice will be held in Doha, Qatar, from 12 to 19 April 2015.
The theme of the Congress is "Integrating crime prevention and criminal justice into the wider United Nations agenda to address social and economic challenges and to promote the rule of law at the national and international levels, and public participation".
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This workshop marks the international launch of the York Resilience Programme. It brings together the ﬁndings and recommendations from the international SPORE programme that examined resilience of criminal justice staﬀ across Europe. It introduces an integrated model to link resilience and high reliability to organisational development and performance. It will explore practical implementation. Participants will leave with a clear understanding of the latest research and tested applications, they will have the opportunity of sharing with other leaders AND take ideas for a programme of action back to their own organisations.
For more information visit http://www.cepprobation.org/news/254/1204/workshop-the-york-resilience-programme-amsterdam-
Queen's Hotel, Leeds UK
The National Autism Society will be holding it's 14th International Conference on Care and Treatment of Offenders with Intellectual or Learning Disabilities.
This two day conference is recognised as the foremost opportunity, in the UK and internationally, for reflection and sharing for services providing care for offenders with a learning disability (LD) and/or developmental disabilities, including autism, both in the public and independent health and social care sectors and the criminal justice system.
The conference, and its published proceedings, creates a platform for this speciality, often regarded as a minority interest by both health and criminal justice mainstream services.
Featuring presentations from eminent international speakers, as well as smaller scale research and innovations in the concurrent sessions, this conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to learn new strategies and share good practice. The conference also offers unparalleled networking opportunities for delegates from the UK and overseas.
For more information and to book your place please visit http://www.autism.org.uk/conferences/offenders2015
This network of researchers across 22 countries promotes cooperation between institutions and individuals in different European states (and with different disciplinary perspectives) who are already carrying out research on offender supervision or who are attracted to that field. In the first year of our work, we reviewed and synthesized existing knowledge about supervision across these jurisdictions. Since then, we have been developing new conceptual and methodological approaches to studying supervision comparatively and seeking to stimulate policy, practice and public debate about supervision. This conference reports on our work, focusing in particular on the crucial issues of compliance with and enforcement of offender supervision.
For more information visit http://www.cepprobation.org/news/116/1174/cost-action-conference-on-compliance-enforcement-and-breach-athens