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25th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE

"Doing What Matters:
Integrating Public Health and Criminal Justice Reform"
October 29 to November 1, 2017. The Westin Seattle, Seattle, Washington.

The International Community Corrections Association invites you to the 25th Annual Research Conference. From October 29 to November 1, 2017, we will 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. The 25th Annual Conference will be intergenerational with a special emphasis on the emerging research and implications for policy and practice.

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Join ICCA for the next conference in the
Doing What Matters series:
Integrating Public Health and Criminal Justice Reform

Conference Rates:

Earily Bird Prices in effect until August 1st 2017!

 
ICCA Members 
 
 
Pre-conference Workshops & Conference = $450 usd ($490 after 08/01/2017)Conference Only = $395 usd ($440 after 08/01/2017)One Day Only = $185 usd ($235 after 08/01/2017)Pre-conference Only = $100 usd                                       
 

Non-Members
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Pre-conference Workshops & Conference = $495 usd ($535 after 08/01/2017)Conference Only = $450 usd ($490 after 08/01/2017)One Day Only = $225 usd ($270 after 08/01/2017)Pre-conference Only = $100 usd                                       
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