The John Howard Society of Alberta, MacEwan University (Department of Sociology) and Alberta Justice and Solicitor General (Correctional Services Division) invite you to attend an exciting and interactive 2-day conference designed to build knowledge and awareness, share and discover ideas and best practices, and develop strategies to innovate criminal justice policy and practice.
Click here for more information, to sign up for email updates, and to register. Early bird prices in effect until February 28!
The John Howard Society of Alberta is a non-profit agency concerned with the problem of crime and its prevention. The organization takes its name and spirit from the 18th century humanitarian John Howard, whose name has become a symbol of humane consideration for prisoners. It was incorporated in 1949, and today the organization consists of six separately incorporated districts along with the Provincial Office.
We believe that crime control is as much the responsibility of the community as it is of government. Through involvement with the John Howard Society, as members or volunteers, people in the community play an active role in the criminal justice process by providing programs for offenders and their families, ex-offenders, young persons and the public.