16 September 2021
The 24th ACJRD Annual Conference, “Criminal Justice and Public Health: Policy and Practice Post-Pandemic” will take place online on Friday, 8th October, 2021.
The ACJRD, formally known as Association for Criminal Justice Research & Development, will host the annual conference, which will focus on the opportunities and plans to continue the rollout of policy and practice changes that were implemented during the pandemic.
Throughout the conference there will be a host of guest appearances with international and expert experience. They will discuss and examine possibilities to ‘reboot the Criminal Justice System in a constructive manner, through reflection on the lessons learned during this critical period’. The full conference programme can be viewed here.
Over the course of one full day the ACJRD Annual Conference will be of particular interest to those working in government agencies and in the community to include policymakers, practitioners, academics, and those involved in civil society groups from a wide range of disciplines among other groups.
This event is free for ACJRD Members, however non-members of ACJRD are welcome to attend this event. For non-members this will cost €20. To book your place please visit here.
Important to note for law students that this conference may qualify for CPD points. Qualification is determined by the points’ issuer. ACJRD is happy to provide certificates of attendance on request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance if you will require a certificate of attendance.
It also pertinent to note that attendees may publicise points made throughout the event, but anonymity must be retained, with The Chatham House Rule being invoked.
The ACJRD, a Carmichael resident organisation, are an organisation which seeks to promote reform, development and effective operation of the criminal justice system. They do so primarily by ‘providing a forum where experienced personnel can discuss ways of working in an informal setting’, as well as by ‘promoting study and research in the field of criminal justice and by promoting the highest standards of practice by professionals associated with criminal justice’.