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ICPA 2016 Conference Presentations

Please find below links to some of the ICPA 2016 Presentations.

 

P1-02 “Transformational Leadership in Corrections”- Anadora Moss & Reginald Wilkinson: http://bit.ly/2eF7ODR

P1-03 “Leading Reform in England and Wales, Putting Prison Governors at the Heart of Change”- Gill Attrill & Ian Bickers: http://bit.ly/2eAz5HC

W1-01 “Leadership Conundrums”- Paul Crookall: http://bit.ly/2ez1imw

W1-01 “Leadership Conundrums” – Monica Redden:http://bit.ly/2dQb94D

W1-02 “Building on the success of others: supporting professional prison services in Africa” – Diuedonne Koyenga & Paul Geurts: http://bit.ly/2eABWAl

W1-03 “Correctional Practice in Singapore: Evaluation of a Throughcare Rehabilitation Regime for High-Risk Offenders”- Karam Singh: http://bit.ly/2eoCewm

W1-04 “Establishing Leadership of Probation Officers through the Offender Rehabilitation Reform” – Satoshi Minoura: http://bit.ly/2eLdnQo

W1-05 “Transformational Leadership – More Influence, Less Authority” – Craig Howard: http://bit.ly/2ehzm33

W1-06 “Modern Craftmanship of Prison Staff: a Dutch Investment Program” – Ton Golstein: http://bit.ly/2ez2MNy

W1-07 “The Spider Web of Reintegration: Advancements in the Netherlands” – Marie Anne de Groot: http://bit.ly/2dQcJn3

W1-08 “Shifting inmate behaviour through innovative arts-based programming: Sing Sing: A case study” – Hans Hallundbaek: http://bit.ly/2eCU5Px

W1-09 “Yellow Ribbon Project – Runaway from Prejudice” – Shie Yong Lee: http://bit.ly/2e4T807

W1-09 “Yellow Ribbon Project – Runaway from Prejudice” – Gabriela Slovakova: http://bit.ly/2eLXlXP

W1-10 “The Re-Purposing of HMP Rye Hill: Experience of How Owning Mistakes Built Success at a High Risk Sex Offender” – Richard Stedman: http://bit.ly/2eD47jw

W1-11 “Ahkameyimok: The Healing of Intergenerational Trauma through Culture and Education” – Krystine Nichols, Sheilagh McBride & Adrian LaChance: http://bit.ly/2e4UBDQ

W1-12 “An Introduction to the UNOPS Technical Guidance for Prison Planning (TGPP) and How it’s Application Can Support Leaders in the Operational Environment” – William Thurbin: http://bit.ly/2e4UzvK (1)

W1-12 “An Introduction to the UNOPS Technical Guidance for Prison Planning (TGPP) and How it’s Application Can Support Leaders in the Operational Environment” – William Thurbin: http://bit.ly/2f9RL4x (2)

W1-13 “Prison Reform in Central America through Prison Design: The Practical vs. The Ideal” – Marayca Lopez Ferrer: http://bit.ly/2eoW8Ko

W1-14 “Changing the IT Conversation with Business within the Canadian Context” – Simon Bonk: http://bit.ly/2eoHBfi

W1-15 “Today’s Technology for Prisons” – Benny Goedbloed: http://bit.ly/2ezaCqz

W1-16 “Transformational Leadership – in Prison and Corrections Systems” – Edwin Pang: http://bit.ly/2eyOECv

W1-18 “Engaging Stakeholders in the Plight of Philippine Political Prisoners” – Persida Acosta: http://bit.ly/2eCWlGy

The Way Forward – Don Head: http://bit.ly/2dLyKQw

P2-01 “What is leader character and how does it influence how we lead?” – Gerard Seijts: http://bit.ly/2dXInPE

P2-02 “Correctional Leadership: Engaging Hearts and Minds” – Peter Hennephof: http://bit.ly/2ebWm1X

P2-03 “Shaping the Future of Corrections: The role of Transformational Leadership” – Tony Challinor: http://bit.ly/2ewnJa2

P2-05 “About drones and other technologies” – Steven van de Steene: http://bit.ly/2f8jWSa

W2-01 “In Support of Good Corrections: From Research to Practice” – Larry Motiuk & Andrea Moser: http://bit.ly/2eSdPO8

W2-03 “Human Rights and the Principle of ‘Normality’: Comparing Approaches to Prison Planning and Design in Europe in light of the Mandela Rules” – Yvonne Jewkes: http://bit.ly/2ewpUKw

W2-04 “Transforming the Correctional Officer Training Continuum of the Correctional Service of Canada: A Collaborative Leadership Experience” – Sylvain J. Mongrain: http://bit.ly/2eSv9Bi

W2-05 “A Balanced Approach for Staff Engagement and Support: The Integration of Personal Self and Professional Self” – Kenneth Leung: http://bit.ly/2ebTMJr

W2-06 “Leading and Managing Prison and Corrections Reform” – Siu-tsz CHIU: http://bit.ly/2eScmaD

W2-07 “The Imprisonment Corrections in China” – Si Shaohan: http://bit.ly/2ewrvjR

W2-08 “Well-being in Contemporary Correctional Settings: New Perspectives and New Approaches for Prisoners and Prison Officers” – James Ogloff: http://bit.ly/2eGMMYe

W2-09 “Managing the Well-being of Staff and Inmates: An Industry Based Perspective in Regard to the Promotion of Wellbeing and the Effective Management of Research Collaborations” – Alfie Oliva: http://bit.ly/2eShj35

W2-10 “Identifying the ‘Missing Middle’ and Establishing the Need for Service Provision” – Jason Skues: http://bit.ly/2eHmG4u

W2-11 “Selling Correctional Leaders and Students on Higher Education: The Making the Connection Project” – Helen Farley: http://bit.ly/2eSfl2T

W2-12 “Developing Transformational Leadership – The Role of Higher Education: Evidence Based Leadership” – Doug Dretke & Robert Houston: http://bit.ly/2ewtLXY

W2-14 “Specialist Mental Health Teams in Correctional Settings” – Jo Field: http://bit.ly/2dJvdY4

W2-15 “Growing while Incarcerated: The Impacts of Gardening on Men in a Minimum Security Institution” – Kelsey Timler: http://bit.ly/2dJvwlL

W2-16 “Working to Give: Investigating the Impact of Engaging Incarcerated Indigenous Men in Meaningful Work to Give to Tsilhqot’in Communities in British Columbia, Canada” – Helen Brown & Melissa Taylor: http://bit.ly/2fgPl4i

W2-17 “Engaging and Supporting Staff to Co-create a Successful Rehabilitation Journey” – Avraham Hoffmann: http://bit.ly/2dXPEPp

W2-18 “Leadership Drivers for Implementing Gender-Responsive Interventions” – Emily Salisbury: http://bit.ly/2eHogDR

P3-01 “Attitudes – Inside and Outside” – Octavian Pantis: http://bit.ly/2eSkLLb

P3-02 “Opposites Attract or Distract? Social Dialogue Between the Political Level, the Management and the Unions in Corrections” – Adrian Neagoe: http://bit.ly/2ewzc9A

P3-02 “Opposites Attract or Distract? Social Dialogue Between the Political Level, the Management and the Unions in Corrections” – Marianne Vollan & Knut Are Svenkerud: http://bit.ly/2eI0NoF

P3-03 “Leadership Lessons Learned from a 25 year Career in Prison Planning and Design Correctional Health Care” – Newton Kendig: http://bit.ly/2f8uDnD

P3-04 “Line-Staff Leadership: Examining Exemplary Direct Practice” – Michael Clark: http://bit.ly/2ec6SGv

P3-04 “Line-Staff Leadership: Examining Exemplary Direct Practice” – Ioana Mihaela Morar: http://bit.ly/2dJA8s6

P3-05 “Leading Prison Reform through Staff Experience” – Leann Bertsch: http://bit.ly/2eNc0Cs

R3-03 “(i-SCREEN): An Automated Risk Prediction Tool Aimed at Predicting an Offender’s Risk of Committing an Institutional Offence” – Melvinder Singh: http://bit.ly/2f8wIAf

W3-01 “From Canada to Romania: The Transfer of Correctional Research and Technology” – Larry Motiuk & Octavian Pana: http://bit.ly/2eGXSfU

W3-02 “A New Philosophy of Sentence Execution” – Ioan Durnescu: http://bit.ly/2eSlOdV

W3-02 “A New Philosophy of Sentence Execution” – Andrada Istrate: http://bit.ly/2eNlNbv

W3-03 “Challenges in Conditional Release Supervision: Views from the Field from One Large American Jurisdiction” – E. Rely Vilcica: http://bit.ly/2f8ygtT

W3-05 “How an Officer Responds to Workplace Adversity Matters – Informing the Development of Preventative Psychological Training For Correctional Officers” – Justin Trounson: http://bit.ly/2eGZ9Ug

W3-06 “The Development of the Advanced Mental Strength and Conditioning (AMSAC) Training Program for Correctional Officers” – James Ogloff: http://bit.ly/2eSFygz

W3-06 “The Development of the Advanced Mental Strength and Conditioning (AMSAC) Training Program for Correctional Officers” – Justin Trounson: http://bit.ly/2ewE2Uj

W3-07 “Technology and Prison Officer Wellbeing: Thinking Outside the Box” – Jeffrey Pfeifer: http://bit.ly/2dJEuza

W3-11 “Challenges and Actions Taken to Implement a Comprehensive Reform Programme in Latin America – Violence Reduction and Anti-Corruption Policies: The Case of SPF” – Emiliano Blanco: http://bit.ly/2eHsU4G

W3-12 “Leadership in Prisons in Post-conflict Settings: Working Together for Change” – Jeduah Mahama Abudu: http://bit.ly/2eSmnVl

W3-12 “Leadership in Prisons in Post-conflict Settings: Working Together for Change” – Robet Pulver: http://bit.ly/2dXZDUW

W3-13 “Leadership in Crisis Situations” – Marjo Callaghan: http://bit.ly/2eSm8cz

W3-13 “Leadership in Crisis Situations” – Ian McDonald: http://bit.ly/2f8yD7T

W3-13 “Leadership in Crisis Situations” – Hilary Siakor-Sirleaf: http://bit.ly/2fgY8mL

W3-14 “Challenges to Reform in Europe’s Prisons: Problems and Possibilities” – Marc Susser: http://bit.ly/2ewHLkT

W3-15 “A Stronger Response to Family Violence: Working Across the State Sector in Aotearoa/New Zealand to Improve our Effectiveness and Responsiveness to Perpetrators and their Victims” – Jo Field: http://bit.ly/2ewFhCK

W3-16 “Piloting a more Consistent and Integrated Approach to Aftercare Treatment in Aotearoa/New Zealand for Alcohol and Drug Dependent Offenders” – Jo Field: http://bit.ly/2dJLf4l

W3-17 “Pretrial Detention and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” – Martin Schonteich: http://bit.ly/2f8ziWQ

P4-01 “Client Leadership and Collaboration with Design Professionals: Innovation and Evolution in the Planning and Design of Custodial Facilities” – Stephen Carter: http://bit.ly/2fo1PqM

P4-01 “Client Leadership and Collaboration with Design Professionals: Innovation and Evolution in the Planning and Design of Custodial Facilities” – John MacAllister: http://bit.ly/2ePGNRh

P4-02 “Leadership in Prison Planning and Design” – Sara Snell: http://bit.ly/2dPrpog

P4-03 “The Impact of Inmate Education and Leadership in the Management of Correctional Facilities: Lessons from Uganda and Kenya” – Alexander McLean: http://bit.ly/2fnYXKt

W4-01 “Technological Disparity Across Prison Services – A Survey & Benchmark Initiative of ICPA & EuroPris” – Toon Molleman: http://bit.ly/2f064Et

W4-02 “Winning Hearts and Minds Through Technology – By Realizing Benefit to Staff and Offenders” – Diana Atchison: http://bit.ly/2feXcQu

W4-03 “Engaging Hearts and Minds through Higher Education: A Whole-Prison Approach to Learning” – Anne Pike & Helen Farley: http://bit.ly/2feZeA9

W4-04 “Improving Staff Resilience in a Correctional Context” – Nathalie Dufresne-Meek: http://bit.ly/2dPuCnI

W4-05 “Leading change in the delivery of Psychology Services in the Irish Prison Service” – Emma Regan: http://bit.ly/2eEbW9B

W4-06 “Leading Change in Women’s Corrections: The Development of a Gender Responsive Training Program” – Jeff Rix & Brigitte Bouchard: http://bit.ly/2ff0frX

W4-07 “Compliance with International Standards on Prison Discipline. Problems, Experiences and Good Practices” – Vincent Eechaudt: http://bit.ly/2fo3Xi1

W4-08 “A Personalized Approach for Young People and Adults – The Dutch Way” – Charlotte Grezel & Niels Koorn: http://bit.ly/2e5sE0M

W4-09 “A Positive Life Climate as a Protective Factor” – Marijke van Genabeek: http://bit.ly/2ejAwtp

W4-10 “Countering Terrorism and Crime in Prisons with Technology – Driven Intelligence” – Ayelet Porat: http://bit.ly/2eEdobZ

W4-11/W4-12 “The New Digital Age – Tablets and Wi-fi” – James Levy: http://bit.ly/2fo5BjE

W4-13 “Starting Restorative Conversations in Prisons around the World” – Hugh Greathead: http://bit.ly/2eEezIK

W4-15 “Improving Secured Prison Leave for Community Integration” – Leo Milstein: http://bit.ly/2f0ac7v