A collaboration between ACJRD and the UCD Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice

ACJRD and the UCD Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice collaborated to deliver the seminar “Histories of Probation in Ireland: A Theoretical Analysis”.  This event which was held on 25th April, 2022, in the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, was chaired by His Honour Judge John O'Connor, Judge of the Circuit Court.    


Dr. Deirdre Healy, Director of the UCD Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Dr. Louise Kennefick, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law, University of Glasgow


Dr. Nicola Carr, Professor in Criminology, University of Nottingham

Gerry McNally, Asst Director, The Probation Service, and President, Confederation of European Probation (CEP)


To view the Powerpoint presentation from the event, please click here.


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