The Ohio Community Corrections
Association (OCCA) offers to member
community correction service providers
the opportunity for advocacy and
professional development, which enhances
the ability to reduce repeat criminal
Community Corrections Association
2100 Stella Court
Columbus, OH 43215
MAY 1-2, 2014 ANNUAL OCCA CONFERENCE
13th ANNUAL OHIO COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
"EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE: WHY IT WORKS"
May 1-2, 2014
Embassy Suites Columbus Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place
Dublin, OH 43017
“When a Person Isn’t a Data Point: Making Evidence-Based Practice Work
Dr. Alexander Holsinger and Dr. Christopher Lowenkamp
University of Missouri – Kansas City, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
You Mean We Haven’t Arrived Yet?
Keiser and Associates
POLICY ROUNDTABLE (with preferred seating for elected officials)
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID USA TRAINING
This year’s conference features a special Mental Health First Aid USA training. Registrants who complete this eight-hour, two-day training will receive National Council for Community Health Certification. This workshop requires pre-registration and is limited to 20 registrants. Please indicate your intention to attend on the registration form. If registering via PayPal, simply send an additional email to firstname.lastname@example.org to alert OCCA staff to your intention to participate in the workshop. Additional information about the workshop will be emailed to all confirmed Mental Health First Aid registrants.
In addition to the keynotes, a full slate of workshops will cover many of the latest evidence-based practices that have been shown to reduce recidivism. The workshops will address the needs of community corrections professionals in both residential and non-residential settings and will cover timely topics including: PREA for community corrections, working with opiate dependent offenders, behavior management, mental health and medication, assessments, the role of family programming in reducing recidivism, and working with difficult populations. In addition, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction staff will present two CQI workshops.
Up to 10.5 RCHs & CEUs
and 9.5 Changing offender Behavior (COB) Credits
TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE AND PAY WITH A CREDIT CARD THROUGH PAYPAL CLICK ON THE REGISTRATION LINK ABOVE
FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS ABOUT THE CONFERENCE OR TO OBTAIN A PAPER REGISTRATION FORM (for those wishing to pay via check or purchase order with invoicing) PLEASE CLICK ON DOWNLOAD "CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION" .
OCCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, and age in employment or the delivery of services.
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