The conference will include sessions on topics such as implicit bias training, race in policing, and recruitment and retention.
The 20th Global Youth Justice Training will offer information on Teen/Peer/Youth/Student/Court and Peer Jury diversion programs, which are volunteer-driven programs that harness positive peer pressure in a peer judgment setting.
The 2018 National Tribal Judicial and Court Personnel conference will provide quality culturally-appropriate continuing legal education to more than 200 tribal judges, peacemakers, and court personnel.
The 2018 CACITA conference aims to share best practices among CIT officers, CIT presenters, behavioral health, and other health care professionals and community partners.
This year’s IALEP conference will focus on bridging borders between the community and law enforcement agencies by providing law enforcement planners with a multitude of speakers scheduled to present innovative ideas on tackling issues that law enforcement face in today’s society.
The inaugural Palm Beach County Inspiring Change Reentry Summit will allow leaders who are committed to criminal justice system reform the opportunity to share best practices and identify opportunities to collaborate on solutions.
The program will help jurisdictions that serve youth in juvenile justice, child welfare, and related systems of care to implement and improve essential infrastructure elements.
The Tribal Probation Academy is designed to provide comprehensive training to entry-level justice system personnel who are affiliated with a tribe that provides community supervision services.
This training event will explore strategies to enhance collaboration between law enforcement agencies and tribal communities to reduce crime and improve community quality of life.
Hosted by Philadelphia Fight Community Health Centers, Beyond the Walls will bring together communities affected by the crises of mass imprisonment, with a focus on community-led responses.