The 2020 Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice(WWICJJ) national conference will be held in Georgia and hosted by the Georgia Department of Corrections. The theme for this year’s conference will be Future in Focus.Specific information regarding event location, dates, speakers, registration and more are forthcoming

Like and Follow WWICJJon FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

The 2020 conference is open to all women who work in the corrections and juvenile justice field in any discipline to include peace officers, healthcare providers, administrators and executives. The conference will feature workshops, guest speakers, training, exhibits, and opportunities for networking.

The first WWICJJ national conference was held in 1985 and is held every two years in a different state across the United States. Most recently it was held in California. Previous states include Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Each state had a specific theme, prominent guest speakers, training, and events. 

The first WWICJJ national conference was held in 1985 and is held every two years in a different state across the United States. Most recently it was held in California. Previous states include Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Each state had a specific theme, prominent guest speakers, training, and events. 

The Georgia Department of Corrections(GDC) is the fourth largest corrections system in the nation and is responsible for protecting the public by operating secure and safe facilities while reducing recidivism through effective programming, education, and healthcare. 

For more information on the upcoming 2020 conference, contact Joan Heath at GDC at (478) 992-5252, joan.heath@gdc.ga.gov.

Advertisements