The ACJRD 20th Annual Conference “The Brexit Impact on Criminal Justice Co-operation in Ireland” took place on Friday, 6th October, 2017, at The Spencer Hotel, Dublin 1.
'Employment with Conviction: Expo 2017 - creating opportunity through education and employer engagement
The ACJRD and its Education and Reintegration Working Groups held the seminar 'Employment with Conviction: Expo 2017 - creating opportunity through education and employer engagement' on Tuesday September 12th.
The 2017 Irish Criminal Justice Agencies Conference "Youth Justice Policy in Ireland - Where to next?" was held on Tuesday, 4th July, 2017.
Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald launched the ACJRD Annual Conference Report 2016 “Cybercrime” on Monday, 15th May, 2017. This launch was followed by a seminar on White Collar Crime with Brian Gageby,…
Welcome to ACJRD
The Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development (ACJRD) seeks to promote reform, development and effective operation of the criminal justice system.
It does so mainly by providing a forum where experienced personnel can discuss ways of working in an informal setting, by promoting study and research in the field of criminal justice and by promoting the highest standards of practice by professionals associated with criminal justice.
Its activities are designed to lead to increased mutual understanding and provide insights into the problems with which all are confronted. In opening unofficial channels of communication, it improves co-operation between the different parts of the criminal justice system.
ACJRD informs the development of policy and practice in justice
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