The first meeting of the expert group took place in Stockholm, Sweden, and treated the topic of applications (apps) in probation. On this page you will find the presentations that were held during the meeting, plus information about the other meetings.
Fifth expert meeting, 2021
Also the fifth edition of this expert group meeting took place online. Topic of this meeting was: “The challenges and possibilities of digital probation and remote supervision”. See more information and the presentations here.
Fourth expert meeting, 2020
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the fourth meeting of the expert group had to take place online. The main topic of the meeting was the probation work during this same pandemic, and two presentations were given – one from the organizational point of view and one from the service user’s point of view.
Click on the link for the presentations that were held during the Technology in Probation expert meeting, 2020.
Third expert meeting, 2019
On the 6th and 7th of June 2019, experts on technology in probation gathered in Vienna for the 3rd Expert Meeting. The meeting focused on national presentations, as well as the presentations of two invited speakers, professor Ioan Durnescu from Romania and Mr. Pedro Ferreira Marum from Belgium.
Click on the link for the presentations that were held during the Technology in Probation Expert Meeting, 2019.
Second expert meeting, 2018
On the 3rd and 4th of September 2018, sixteen participants from seven European countries gathered in Helsinki, Finland for the CEP Technology in Probation Expert Meeting. The participants exchanged their knowledge on important technology topics and there was also time for good discussions. The meeting was co-organised by the Finnish Criminal Sanctions Agency.
Click on the link for the presentations that were held during the Technology in Probation Expert Meeting, 2018.
Presentations first expert meeting, 2017
Presentation Pia Andersson ‘Probation application development in Finland’
Presentation the Netherlands ‘Innovation in probation practice’
Presentation Sarah Åhlén ‘Krimstics –an evidence based method of adhering to the RNR principles when working with clients’
Presentation Fergus McNeill ‘On desistance and how some technologies might promote it’
Presentation Roger Sjöberg ‘Challenges in technology, security and collaboration, with new IT-solutions to end users outside the organisation’