NJACA Annual Conference
Past NJACA Conferences and Events
NJACA 2019 SPRING FORUM
REENTRY FROM THE INSIDE OUT:
Integrated Correctional Reentry Practices
THE CONFERENCE CENTER AT MERCER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
1200 OLD TRENTON ROAD, WEST WINDSOR, NJ
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NJACA Membership Meet & Greet
Thanks to all who attended the NJACA Meet & Greet on November 16th!
It was a great event and a lot of connections were made!
Stay tuned for information about our 2018 Sprint Training Event!
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2017 NJACA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Thank you to all the attendees that made our annual conference a successful event!
Click here to view Anthony Gangi's Tier Talk from the conference.
APRIL 1, 2016 - PREPARING FOR TOMORROW: CORRECTIONAL TRAINING & LEADERSHIP
View the Slide Show from our Spring 2016 Conference
2015 MASCA/NJACA Joint Conference
June 16-19, 2015
View the Slide Show of Photos from our 2015 Conference
GANGS: RESEARCH, TRENDS AND INTERVENTIONS
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, Registration: 8:30 am
The National Conference Center at the Holiday Inn at East Windsor
399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor, NJ
CEUs- approved for 3 hours - LCADC/CADC & other NJ Licenses that recognize ______________________________
COLLABORATING FOR SUCCESS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
June 16th - 19th, 2015, Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City
Co-Sponsored by NJACA and MASCA, featured keynote speakers Marc Mauer, Executive director, The Sentencing Project and Raymond Massey, Law Enforcement Coordinator, US Attorney’s Office for the State of New Jersey.
Panel representatives included:
NJ Department of Corrections, NJ State Parole Board, NJ Attorney General’s Office & NJ State Police, NJ County Jail Wardens Association, Trenton Violence Reduction Strategy, the PREA Resource Center, The Bureau of Justice Statistics, Rutgers Violence Institute, the Drug Policy Alliance, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services (COCHS), CRA- Active Shooter Training
NJACA MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY: TRAINING AND SHOW OF SUPPORT CEREMONY
November 13, 2014, Lawrenceville Armory
Featured Keynote Speaker Brigadier General James Grant, Chief of Staff, New Jersey National Guard
Co-sponsored by the NJ Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) with support from the NJ Department of Corrections, the NJ State Parole Board, and the NJ Jail Warden’s Association
Sessions included USERRA Basic Training, Gangs in the Military, and the Panel Discussion "When Duty Calls".
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GANGS: RESEARCH, TRENDS AND INTERVENTIONS
April 22, 2014, National Conference Center at the Holiday Inn at East Windsor
Featured plenary speaker David Kennedy, Director of the Center for Crime Prevention and Control, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Breakout session conducted by the NJ Gang Investigator’s Association and the NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness
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IMPACTING JAIL RECIDIVISM: STRENGTH IN PARTNERSHIPS
April 26, 2013, National Conference Center at the Holiday Inn at East Windsor
Panels represented Hudson Co. Corrections, Integrity House, Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services, Trenton Behavioral Healthcare, CFG Health Systems, Jewish Family Services of Atlantic County.
TARGETING THE USUAL SUSPECTS: IMPROVING JUSTICE STRATEGIES
Friday, March 30, 2012, Conference Center at Mercer County Community College, West Windsor
NJACA was proud to partner with the New Jersey Association of Criminal Justice Educators for our 2012 Spring Conference. Panels represented NJ Department of Corrections, International Association of the Chiefs of Police, Federal Bureau of Prisons, PEW, New Jersey State Police, Rutgers Evidence Based Institute.
PROVIDING HEALTHCARE IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS: MANAGING RISKS EFFECTIVELY
March 25, 2011, Trenton Marriott
Presented by Community Oriented Corrections Health Services (COCHS), this workshop examined trends in offender healthcare, model programs and risk management.
November 10, 2010 - January 13, 2011
30 HR OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT BASIC SKILLS TRAINING
1701 S. Broad Street, Hamilton, NJ
October 8-9, 2008
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