Preventable Harm: Criminal Justice, Communities and Civil Society
The Report of the 16th Annual Conference of the ACJRD entitled "Preventable Harm: Criminal Justice, Communities and Civil Society" was launched by Nora Owen, TV3 Presenter and former Minister for Justice on Wednesday 26th February.
A copy of the conference report can be downloaded here: Preventable Harm: Criminal Justice, Communities and Civil Society
The Conference report includes papers from the conference plenary presenters and summaries from each of the conference workshops.
PLENARY PRESENTATIONS: Conference Plenary Presentations were delivered by: Professor Anthea Hucklesby, Professor of Criminal Justice, Deputy Director of the Centre of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds; Sgt Dave McInerney, Garda Racial Intercultural & Diversity Office; Professor & Senator John Crown; Professor Catherine Comiskey, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin; Claire Casey, Community Engagement Coordinator, Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative and Maria McDonald BL
WORKSHOPS: The conference programme featured a number of workshops, presentations were delivered by: Inspector Lorraine Stack,The Garda Victim Liaison Office; Shirley Cummins, Dublin Rape Crisis Centre; Tony Geoghegan, Merchants Quay; Kerry Anthony MBE, DePaul Ireland; Susana Nunez, Barnardos; Sean Kinahan & Julia Alexander, Le Chéile Mentoring Project; Larry De Cléir Bedford Row Family Project and Graham Jones, Solas Project.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME: To download a copy of the Conference Programme please click on the following link: Preventable Harm Conference Programme