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4th Annual Irish Criminal Justice Agencies (ICJA) Conference

"Youth Justice Policy in Ireland.  Where to next?"

This one day conference is a collaboration of the Irish Youth Justice Service (IYJS), the Department of Justice and Equality, An Garda Síochána, The Probation Service, the Irish Prison Service and the Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development (ACJRD). The lead partner for 2017 is the Irish Youth Justice Service.

Details are as follows -

        Date:      Tuesday, 4th July, 2017

        Venue:    Dublin Castle Conference Centre, Upper Yard, Dublin Castle

Opportunities will be provided throughout the day for delegates to share information, exchange views and network with colleagues who engage in similar or complementary areas of expertise. The Chatham House Rule will apply for this conference, and it is therefore a ‘closed’ conference.

Click here to download a copy of the Conference Programme.

Opportunities will be provided throughout the day for delegates to share information, exchange views and network with colleagues who engage in similar or complementary areas of expertise. The Chatham House Rule will apply for this conference, and it is therefore a ‘closed’ conference.

This conference will appeal to policy makers, those working in government agencies, professionals, practitioners, academics and those involved in community and civil society groups from a wide range of disciplines within the Criminal Justice System, and particularly those who work with young people.

There is no charge to attend this Conference. As places are limited, booking is essential. 

The Conference is now booked out.  It is expected that some places will become available nearer the event.  To book onto the waiting list, please click here.

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