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The 2017 Ohio Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Conference will be held on October 11th & 12th, at the Hyatt Regency-Columbus. To continue with Attorney General DeWine’s priority of Protecting Ohio, this year’s conference theme is Protecting Ohio: Cybersecurity. With dwindling resources and increasingly cunning criminals, law enforcement agencies across Ohio and the nation have to work harder, smarter, and more collaboratively than ever before. Protecting Ohio’s families is a mutual priority we all are working towards every day. Please save the date for our upcoming October event. The conference fee for the two days of training will again be $125.00. Registration is expected to open in August. If you have any questions regarding the 2017 Law Enforcement Conference, please contact us at LEC@ohioattorneygeneral.gov OR visit http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Law-Enforcement/Law-Enforcement-Conference

2017 Annual MCPA Conference Information
2017 Annual MCPA Conference Information October 9- 12, 2017 Held at the: Castle in the Sand Hotel 3701 Atlantic Avenue Ocean City, Maryland 21842 For more details or to register, please visit http://www.mdcrimeprevention.org/conference.html

2017 NECAA Fall Training Seminar
Nebraska County Attorney's Association (NECAA) Fall Training Seminar October 11-13, 2017 Lincoln, NE No further information available for now. (7-19-2017) For latest information, please visit http://necaa.org/fall-seminar/

23rd National Symposium on Juvenile Services
Improving Juvenile Services: Identifying and Promoting Quality Practice October 8 – 12, 2017 Rosen Plaza Hotel Orlando, FL The National Symposium on Juvenile Services is a unique forum that brings together the leadership and direct care professionals from juvenile services and other human services professionals for training and the opportunity to network and share innovative program service approaches being implemented within the juvenile justice system throughout the country. We hope you will have a participatory role in shaping the agenda and future direction of our juvenile justice system. SYMPOSIUM GOALS To convene a diverse representation of juvenile service practitioners, trainers, and educators To provide an open forum for an exchange of ideas and a discussion of issues To build partnerships for enhanced service delivery To be innovative in planning for the profession’s future To educate all participants on the critical issues in juvenile justice To share best practices To celebrate our successes For more information or to register, please visit http://npjs.org/symposium/

Breakthrough Management Strategies for Juvenile Justice Workers
Hosting Organization: Youth Change Workshops Event Fee: $169 two days, $259 two days with book set, $129 one day Fee Notes: student, troubled, youth, children, school, failure, conference, workshop, teacher, delinquent, depressed, withdrawn, success, conduct, disorder, difficult, emotionally, disturbed, behavior, management, classroom, treatment Event Location: Marriott Courtyard, 1586 SW Sequoia Pkwy Tigard, Oregon 97224 United States Description: Got Problem Kids? Here's your Problem Student Problem-Solver Conference. You name the problems and this workshop delivers hundreds of immediate, problem-stopping answers. You will leave with innovative, more effective strategies for school failure, truancy, dropping out, work refusal, violence, delinquency, bad attitudes, depression and more. College credit and clock hours available. Free sample interventions, and free monthly Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine available at our web site, youthchg.com, or via email (dwells@youthchg.com), or call toll-free to 1-800-545-5736. Work-study financial aid available for all classes. Call for details. Coming to many cities around the US. Also available as distance learning. Call 1-800-545-5736 for information and a workshop flyer. College credit and clock hours for many disciplines offered for both live and recorded classes. On-site workshops can also be scheduled for your school, agency or conference. This class also makes a terrific fund raiser if you host the event and invite area professionals to attend. Call us at 1-800-545-5736 or visit our web site at youthchg.com for more details. If you have problem kids, we can help. Online Info: http://www.youthchg.com PDF: http://www.youthchg.com/flyf06all4pages.pdf Contact Information: Ruth well dir YC 275 North 3 woodburne, or United States 5039824222 NA http://www.youthchg.com

IL Correctional Association Fall Conference 2017
Fall 2017 Conference: Corrections: The Key to Unlocking the Door for Collaboration October 13 - 14, 2017 Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois The Illinois Correctional Association is in the process of rebuilding and becoming a foundation of corrections professionals throughout Illinois. With approximately 200 members, we continue to remain dedicated to facilitating professional development, expanding public awareness, supporting individual and agency standards for the corrections industry, and engaging the future of correctional development through student outreach. Through redevelopment comes growth and the effort to engage all sectors of the correctional system at every level: local, state, federal, private, non-profit, treatment and program providers, institutional, community corrections including probation, parole, and the courts…but the list goes on and on. In doing this, we feel it is essential to create an atmosphere of learning and networking to re-establish relationships and create new collaborative efforts for the future. Thus, our theme of Corrections: The Key to Unlocking the Door for Collaboration is about creating these collaborations on all levels and from all directions: probation, institutions, parole, treatment & services, and everywhere in between. For more information or to register, please visit http://illinois-correctional-association.com/fall-conference/

International Day of Education in Prison
25 years since the CoE adopted recommendations concerning prison education, the EPEA invites you to recognise 13.10.2014 as the 1st International Day of Education in Prison - Sign here to support us! On the 13th of October 1989, the Council of Europe adopted a set of recommendations outlining the needs and responsibilities concerning the education of imprisoned persons in Europe. These recommendations stipulate that all imprisoned persons should be offered the opportunity to engage in educational activities and that these activities should serve to develop the whole person, be conducive to effective reintegration, and encourage a reduction in recidivism. These recommendations form the basis of the objectives of the European Prison Education Association, and have been ratified in the educational policies of a number of European countries, still we have a long way to go to ensure that the recommendations are sufficiently implemented across Europe and internationally. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of these recommendations, the European Prison Education Association would like to invite you to support us in establishing an International Day of Education in Prison, to be observed annually on the 13th of October.

Prisons in Portugal and Europe: history, culture and photography
Prisons in Portugal and Europe: history, culture and photography Date: 12 and 13 October 2017 Venue: in negotiation Registration: on-line here as from September 2017 (more to follow soon) In law studies, in criminology and history, the prisons of Portugal have received, in Portugal as well as elsewhere, little attention from researchers. By intent, the subject of this international conference has therefore been defined in a very broad sense, centred on the study of national prison systems, its links to national (penal) cultures, and to the representation of prisons in photography. There will be invited speakers from Portugal, Switzerland, Spain and England as well as the speakers selected on the base of the call for papers will give talks at the conference. Talks will be held in Portuguese and English, without a translation. For more information or to register, please visit http://www.prisonphotoproject.international/en/conference.html

SWACJ 2017 Annual Meeting in Fort Worth TX
The Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice (SWACJ) will be hosting its Annual Meeting of 2017 in Fort Worth Texas from October 12 to 14, 2017. The theme of this conference is "Working Together for Justice: The Need for Inter-Disciplinary Collaboration". Deadline for abstracts: Midnight, September 8, 2017 Registration: http://fs18.formsite.com/ws03txstateedu/Registration/index.html For more details: http://www.swacj.org/Conference%202017/2017_annual_meeting_information.htm

The Economics of Corruption 2017: Detecting the Intrinsic Drivers of Anticorrupt
Recent years have seen growing skepticism towards control and compliance and the related administrative burden. Novel methods of anticorruption focus on detecting the intrinsic rather than the extrinsic drivers that might motivate ethical government. Participants learn about this experimental and behavioral research by help of lectures, games and interactive modules. They are guided to develop appropriate designs and work in groups to implement their own experiments. We kindly invite for applications by PhD-students and Master students who apply experimental methods. We are grateful if you pass on this announcement to interested applicants. For further information, please approach http://www.icgg.org.

Virginia Correctional Association Annual Training Institute
Virginia Correctional Association Annual Training Institute October 11 – 13, 2017 Williamsburg, Virginia VCA’s annual Training Institute is a thought-provoking, three-day event offering multiple ways to network with industry professionals, find a mentor, get a sneak peek at emerging technology, hone your leadership skills, and much more. VCA’s annual Training Institute is one of the most diversely attended corrections events in the Commonwealth. The annual conference provides attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors with an opportunity to personally interact with corrections professionals. Each conference features various workshops, meetings, and events that allow attendees to network, receive training, and learn information that will help them in their daily work. VCA’s Training Institute also features exhibit booths where attendees can interact with a variety of companies in the correctional industry. For more information, please visit http://www.vca-aca.org/training-institute/

Simchat Torah-Jewish
Jewish day to celebrate the reading of the Law. Synagogues services involved readings processions and blessing of the children.