Host Conference

IACA’s Crime Analysis Symposium for Law Enforcement Executives

This symposium will provide law enforcement executives with the tools to incorporate crime analysis and evidence-based policing into their everyday practices, making their agencies more effective and efficient in reducing crime in their communities. Executives will be shown how to expand the use of crime analysis throughout their agencies to process data they are already collecting.

American Indian Justice Conference

The American Indian Justice Conference offers tribes across the nation an opportunity to learn strategies to enhance tribal justice systems while providing essential information on court development, drug and alcohol abuse, probation and parole, SORNA Implementation, and other relevant topics. Join other tribal community justice professionals, practitioners and technical assistance providers to address multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional approaches to the development of justice programs.

American Indian Justice Pre-Conference

​The Tulalip Tribe will be hosting a pre-conference event on June 10, 2014 featuring their Tribal Courts and Law Enforcement. Representatives from the Tulalip Tribe will showcase successful court and law enforcement projects featuring multi-disciplinary approaches to collaboration.

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Community Justice 2014: International Summit

The summit will provide an opportunity for practitioners from both inside and outside the justice system, including judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, probation officials, court administrators, police, clinical staff, and non-profit organizations to learn about a range of topics, including best practices in procedural justice, risk/needs assessment, alternative sanctions, and community restitution.

IJIS Institute’s National Symposium on Information Sharing and Safeguarding

The IJIS Institute has announced the new name for the Winter Industry Briefing which will now be known as the National Symposium. The name was changed to reflect the expansion of the Institute’s audience to include not only industry outside of their membership, but also government practitioners, educators and non-profit organizations who are now eligible for Associate status at the Institute.