Join Us for the 2021 Virtual Forum on Criminal Justice
Registration is open for the 2021 Forum on Criminal Justice. This re-imagined conference will include four days of virtual workshops, networking roundtables and special keynotes sessions.
The conference will take place from 1:00-5:30 pm ET on Thursday, October 7, 14, 21 and 28. Registration includes a full conference and single day options.
Co-hosted by the International Community Corrections Association (ICCA) and the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and this online event will highlight programs, research and policies that will help justice practitioners, researchers and decision makers move the criminal justice system forward.
The 2021 Forum on Criminal Justice will also once again include the RSAT Administrators Group with select workshop topics geared toward administrators.
NCJA and ICCA members enjoy special discounted registration rates. Members can attend all four Thursdays for just $450 or single days for $125. Non-members pay $500 for the full conference or $150 per day.
A Message From Our ICCA President
We in the International Community Corrections Association share in the outrage and grief over the torture and killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. We stand in steadfast opposition to all forms of police brutality and to the systemic and institutionalized racism that continue to undermine the promise of a more just and equitable future.
For many years, the Association has been facilitating and supporting efforts that not only call attention to the longstanding racial disparities in criminal legal systems, but also offer solutions that address and eliminate them. The groundswell of public protests across the United States and other nations in recent days speak to the need for professional associations like the ICCA to sharpen our focus even more by advocating and advancing explicitly antiracist policies at all levels of government and to encourage member agencies to foster and grow organizational cultures rooted in the principles of racial and cultural equity.
It is true that correctional systems, including the field of community corrections, have been accused of operating as if Black lives don’t matter. In response to this historical moment, we must go forward with renewed commitment both to humanize and democratize our shared work. We must never again allow anyone to doubt the guiding principles and values that inform and shape our profession, programs and practices. We must be more responsive to community needs, more willing to scrutinize hiring and promotion practices, more invested in staff trainings that promote cultural humility, more committed to analyzing program data with a racial equity lens, more committed to fostering inter-racial dialogue and communication, and more outspoken about our shared belief that Black Lives Do Matter.
CoreCivic Facility Management Careers
At CoreCivic there are many career paths that can lead to a rewarding career in our industry and making a transition from a career with Local, State or Federal agencies opens up opportunities to apply your expertise in a career with CoreCivic.
With correctional, detention and reentry facilities nationwide, our facility leaders play an integral role as emissaries of our Purpose, Mission and Values to our partners, our employees and those entrusted to our care.
Facility Management Careers at CoreCivic encompass the following positions:
- CoreCivic Safety: Warden, Assistant Warden, Chief of Security, Chief of Unit Management, and equivalents.
- CoreCivic Community: Facility Director, Assistant Facility Director, Operations Supervisor, and equivalents.
View our available positions and apply online at jobs.corecivic.com. You can also Join Our Talent Network today to opt in and sign up for Job Alert Emails. For questions regarding Facility Management Career positions, you may also contact FMSP@corecivic.com.
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Job Openings: Chief Adult Probation Officers (Arizona)
The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is seeking two Deputy Chief Adult Probation Officers who are proactive, innovative leaders, and collaborative managers with well-rounded experience in the adult justice system. The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department is an essential component of a larger legal system with legal responsibilities prescribed by the Superior Court. The Chief Adult Probation Officers are expected to maintain a high level of commitment to community safety and furthering the court’s ability to achieve its mission and objectives effectively and efficiently. Recruitment is open until filled.