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Call for Presenters: Innovative Technologies for Corrections Conference
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 Posted: Thu Jan 6th, 2011 05:48 am1st Post

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June 13-14, 2011
Indianapolis, Ind.



Is your agency involved in a new and exciting technology project that is worthy of attention? Are you a technology developer with a concept or product with potential applications in the field of corrections? Are you a researcher who has studied the effectiveness of technology in a correctional setting? Would you like to be a part of the 2011 Innovative Technologies for Corrections Conference agenda?


NLECTC’s Corrections Technology Center of Excellence is pleased to issue a call for presenters for the 2011 conference.

Presentations should relate to the development or implementation of technology to solve an operational problem and/or management issues related to technology. Conference workshops are 90 minutes long and are organized in two general tracks:
  • Community Corrections
  • Institutional Corrections
Specific topics of interest include innovations in community supervision technology, technology to assist in prisoner re-entry, contraband detection, surveillance, cell phone detection/defeat, drug/alcohol testing, information technology and less than lethal weapons.

Submission Guidelines


Persons interested in submitting a proposal for consideration should forward the following:
  • Workshop title.
  • Clear, concise, accurate, description of the workshop.
  • Complete contact information for each speaker.
  • Brief biography of each of the speakers (one paragraph).
  • Audio/Visual requirements for the presentation.
  • Primary contact person for the workshop.
Presentation proposals may be e-mailed no later than Feb. 4, 2011 to:

Joe Russo
Director
NLECTC Corrections Technology Center of Excellence
E-mail:
joe.russo@nlectc-rm.org

NLECTC will cover expenses for all speakers (up to two per workshop) selected to present a workshop at the conference, including airfare, one night’s lodging, ground transportation and per diem. In addition, conference registration fees will be waived.
NLECTC will not cover expenses for presenters representing vendors. Please note that selected workshops may be repeated during the conference (e.g., once in the morning and once in the afternoon), to allow more attendees to benefit from the information provided.

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 Posted: Tue Jul 3rd, 2012 07:35 pm2nd Post

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Hi everyone. im am completing my senior seminar in criminal justice and i need to survey 100 people on the exclusionary rule. if you guys could take a couple minutes  please click the link below and complete the survay it would really help me out thanks

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Hi everyone. im am completing my senior seminar in criminal justice and i need to survey 100 people on the exclusionary rule. if you guys could take a couple minutes  please click the link below and complete the survay it would really help me out thanks

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/99KS62L


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