The Schedule and notes from the recently completed Fall Conference have now been posted on the website, along with those presentations that we have been given permission to post. BE SURE TO "REFRESH" THE SITE, then select the Conferences option at the top of the site or the Conference Notes option towards the bottom. Note: [...]
Summaries of some articles from the Crime Justice Statistics Digest and the Pew Public Safety Performance Project are listed on the Publications page of the Information Exchange menu. NOTE: It is expected that Fall conference final schedule, notes and presentations will be post by November 12th.
Click on Conferences or the Upcoming Conference "Quick Link" to get information on the just concluded Fall Conference and the Spring Conference next March. SAVE-THE-DATES: March 21-22, 2019 in Oakland. Notes and presentations are expected to be posted by November 10th. Look for a posting announcing this. Subscribers will receive a notification through Mailchimp.
The Recruitment Unit of the DOJ has posted announcements to fill vacancies for Special Agents in Sacramento and Riverside. Get the link to the postings by going to the Job Announcements page of the Information Exchange menu.
Student poster presenters are asked to follow these two guidelines: (1) 36” by 48” tri-fold display board (Target and Walmart sell them). A picture of the board can be found on the Student Information page of the Information Exchange menu. (2) Develop a 1-2 minute overview to be presented to those who pass by
The lower "Early Bird" fees for the ACJRca Fall Conference will be ending Thursday evening, October 18th. Click on the Upcoming Conference "Quick Link" for information, the current program, and the registration form.
A discussion of Freeing Criminalized Survivors will occur on October 19 at UC Irvine. This free event occurs between noon and 2 pm. See more information on the Events/Notices page in the Information Exchange menu.
Summaries of some articles in the Public Safety Performance Project section of the Pew Charitable Trust website can be found on the Publication page.
Some changes have been made to the Fall conference Program. REFRESH the site and then click on the Upcoming Conference Quick Link and scroll down to the program. A new set of Article summaries and links to full articles in The Crime Report (John Jay College) has been added to the Publications page.
As occurs each mid-September, the login and password to the Member Only section has been changed. The login and password for 2018-2019 is in the letter sent after joining/renewing and is on your membership card.