Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Getting Warmer

A friend sent along this notice of a technocorrections-related conference that you might be interested in. You don't have long to get the discount, so give it a look.

8th Annual Innovative Technologies for Community Corrections Conference
Date: June 4-6, 2007Location: St. Louis , Missouri

Conference Purpose
The conference explores practical applications of innovative technologies for community corrections, as well as technologies not yet available, but on the horizon. The educational workshops are organized into four tracks (Electronic Monitoring, Drug and Alcohol Testing, Information Technology and Management Issues), which will provide attendees with current data on how technology is and can be used to enhance mission performance.

Who Attends This Conference?
300 - 400 professionals from all areas of community corrections including probation, parole, pretrial, treatment providers and work-release programs are expected to attend this conference. Attendees are typically administrators, supervisors and line staff from Federal, State and local agencies with responsibility for and/or strong interest in learning about technology’s role in community corrections. Practitioners from all across the country participate in this conference; last year 38 different states were represented.

Cost is $150 per person, and includes continental breakfast Monday — Wednesday, and lunch Monday and Tuesday. Attendees are responsible for all lodging, transportation, parking and other meals not provided during the conference. For more information on the conference, please contact Sue Kaessner or Jennifer Dunne at NLECTC-Rocky Mountain , 1-800-416-8086. Deadline to register is May 1, 2007 (5 p.m., Mountain Time) for early bird rate. After May 1, the rate increases to $175 per person.

Attendee Registration
Attendees may register online at https://www.kinsleyassociates.com/NLECTC/reg.asp or download a registration form from the conference web site to fax or mail.

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