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A new online conference series examines the latest technological developments in the justice sector, and how they are helping to improve support for service users and staff.

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Justice in the Digital Age is a new conference series examining the latest technological developments in the justice sector, and how they are helping to improve support for service users and staff. JitDA is a collaboration between myself and Socrates Software and we are planning a series of  international online conferences featuring leading providers, academics and policy makers talking about the cutting edge technologies finally being implemented in justice settings around the world.

The first conference in the series is “Digital Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings” which will examine how digital approaches have increased the impact and reach of intervention programmes. We are grateful for MTC Novo for sponsoring this first event.

We will be bringing together experts from three continents to discuss the future of digital innovations in the global justice sector. The agenda has now been confirmed:

Welcome and Introduction – Russell Webster
 
Fritzi Horstman (USA) the Compassion Prison Project

Bringing adverse childhood experiences and trauma awareness to prisons

 
Jennifer Luther and Alisa Malone MTC (USA)

Shaping Success for Reentry through Digital Solutions

 
Jonathan Hussey (UK) Intervention Consultancy

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy when working with offenders

 
Panel Discussion

Questions from the audience

 
Jason Morris (UK) HMPPS Interventions Services

Enabling Effective Probation Practice Using Complementary Digital Media

 
David Tinker (UK) Pro-Real

How immersive platforms help users to solve personal problems

 
Michael Page (Australia) Former Prison Manager CSNSW and former Serco Justice Business Development Director

How digital interventions are changing corrections: a governor’s view

 
Panel Discussion

Questions from the audience

 
Summing up – Russell Webster

 

Event details

There will be two showings of the live event, in order to cater to both Eastern and Western Hemispheres, with each event lasting two hours.

Australasia – 10:00 AEDT, 18 November 2020

 Europe and US – 16:00 GMT / 11:00 a.m. EST, 19 November 2020

Tickets are priced at £10 and all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Compassion Prison Project, whose mission is to transform prisons and communities through compassionate action. 

Purchasing a ticket will get you access to both live events, as well as to recordings of the events on demand.

Get your ticket here.

Future events

Over the next year, we will be running a number of conferences including events focusing on the following subject areas:

  • Digital healthcare in prisons
  • Digital security in prisons
  • Digital education in prisons
  • How digital interventions can support prison resettlement
  • How digital interventions can enhance probation supervision
  • Unlocking the potential of prison TV

Please get in touch if you are interested in sponsoring any of these events.

Keep up with the latest conference news on @jitda_conf

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