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Doing What Matters:

Integrating Public Health and Criminal Justice Reform

On Monday, October 29th through Wednesday November 1st 2017, the ICCA conference will feature commissioned plenary presentations as well as workshop presentations. You are invited to submit an abstract for a conference workshop. Special consideration will be given to submissions that reflect the conference theme and topics listed in the link below.

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October 29, 2017 to November 1, 2017                                         The Westin Seattle, 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101

Each year we bring 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.

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Japan cordially invites you to attend the Third World Congress on Probation, where we look forward to welcoming practitioners and academics involved in community-based treatment of offenders from all over the world.

The world's largest forum in its field aims to promote and develop community-based treatment of offenders by sharing practical and academic knowledge, as well as broadening global networks.

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Journal of Communtiy Corrections

The official journal of the International Community Corrections Association, Journal of Community Corrections (JCC) is the most widely read and widely respected journal of policy, research, and programs for community-based rehabilitation and treatment of offenders. The original “what works” journal of evidence-based interventions, JCC brings readers the best thinking of today’s foremost experts in articles that are written, designed, and edited to stimulate action and achieve results.

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About Community Corrections

The supervision of returning citizens and provision of supportive services to these individuals outside of jail or prison. Community corrections includes parole, probation, residential and employment services, and other support programs.
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Attend a Conference or Forum

ICCA hosts several events throughout the year featuring Federal policy makers, industry thought leaders, and experienced practitioners. In addition to plenary sessions, workshops focus on implementing best practices.
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2nd Chances Siting Project

Gathering the collective wisdom of veteran community correction professionals from within its own membership, the International Community Corrections Association has created a Tool Kit for siting new or expanded community corrections programs and facilities. Learn more...

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 Senior Managing Director – Community Correction Programs

The ideal candidate will be responsible for the economic health and operations of Community Corrections programs for Alvis through efficient fiscal operations, implementation and oversight of budgets and effective control the Community Corrections environments.

Communicates and interprets the vision, mission and core values of Alvis to all staff, stakeholders, and regulatory agencies.  Establish and cultivate relationships and collaborations with agencies and professionals in the field of community corrections with a targeted emphasis on Franklin, Lucas, Ross, Montgomery and Allen Counties.  Responsible for ensuring all community correctional programs meet the most stringent evidenced based approaches to community correctional programming and core correctional best practice.  Develops and implements strategic objectives and strategic planning for Community Corrections under the guidance of the Executive Team.

Reviews all major program and policy matters and decisions in collaboration with the leadership team and in compliance with governing agencies and funders including BOP, BCS and compliance with ACA standards.  Current working knowledge with changes occurring in Community Corrections at multiple levels.

Bachelor’s Degree in social work, criminal justice, psychology human services or other related skills and 3 -5 years progressive administrative experience managing multiple work sites with 2 years at the executive level preferred.  We offer high end compensation based on experience and a full benefits package.  BCI background check and negative drug screen.  For more information on Alvis visit www.alvis180.org.  

 
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    Mark your calendar now to join us next fall

    for our 25th annual Conference!

    Each year International Community Corrections Association 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.

    Join us on October 29, 2017 to November 1, 2017

    at The Westin Seattle, 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101

  • Book your room - Normal Reservations - Government Reservations

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2NDChancesLogoA toolkit to help you build stakeholder support for siting community corrections programs and facilities to be featured at the 19th Annual "Doing What Works" Conference.