8 December 2020
The Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development (ACJRD) are to hold their 23rd Annual Conference on Friday Dec 11. Titled “Privacy and Personal Space: The Challenges of Technology in Justice” this will be an online event open to both ACJRD members and non-members alike.
The conference will take place over one day, and is particularly aimed at those working in government agencies, and those in the community including policy-makers, academics, and those involved in civil society groups from a wide range of disciplines within or tangential to the Criminal Justice System.
The ACJRD, a resident Carmichael organisation, are hold this this event is free of charge for ACJRD members, while the fee for non-members is just €20. There will be a catalogue of speakers on the day, including national and international representatives from the criminal justice sector.
The ACJRD provide a range of services, including . Ultimately however they seek to promote reform, development and effective operation of the criminal justice system.
The day will consist of eight different workshops which will be presented. Delegates will be given the opportunity to attend two workshops, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. 1st and 2nd choice workshop preferences for the morning and afternoon sessions must be given when completing the booking form.
For students it is worth noting that attendance at the 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 email@example.com in advance if you will require a certificate of attendance.
To encourage openness and the sharing of information, the Chatham House Rule will be invoked at this conference. To learn more about the ACJRD you can check out their site here.