The International Community Corrections Association (ICCA) organises their Annual Conference “Doing What Matters; Innovative Approaches for Justice System Improvement” from the 16th until the 19th of September 2019.
Each year ICCA brings 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 conference will be held in The Westin Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas, US.
- Leading Adaptive Change in Community Corrections: Making Yourself and Your Agency More Nimble, Versatile and Effective;
- Managing the Older Re-entry Client in the Community;
- Insults and Injury: The Relationship Between Early Trauma and Negative Outcomes in Criminal Justice Clients;
- Relationship, Connection, & Healing: Strengthening Family and Com- munity Ties for Incarcerated Women;
- Restorative Justice Peacemaking Circles: A Multi-Sector Partnership for Healing and Transformation in Felony Cases;
- A Community’s Approach to Behavioral Health, Criminal Justice and the Path to Improve it All;
- Halfway Houses in Japan.
For more information about the conference, please visit the ICCA website.