Save the Date for the 2nd Annual Conference
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
2019 Theme: Reducing Recidivism: Evidence Based Practices and Interventions
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
UW-Stout, Memorial Student Center
Registration Cost: FREE
The Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice and Rehabilitation emerged as its own unique higher education program as a result of the demand for more training, education, and preparation of future criminal justice professionals. Our focus is to work with community agencies as well as the community to help foster innovative partnerships that bridge the gap between research and practice. The Criminal Justice and Rehabilitation Conference began in 2018 and is based on the community partnerships relationship philosophy.
The 2019 conference will focus on what criminal justice agencies (e.g., law enforcement, court systems, restorative justice, jail and prison systems), human service agencies (e.g., mental health, substance abuse, trauma informed care, assistance for those transitioning into the community), and the role that the community plays in the improvement and effectiveness of the criminal justice system.
Please join us for the second annual event generously supported by:
UW-Stout College of Education, Hospitality, Health and Human Science
UW-Stout Department of Rehabilitation and Counseling
Discovery Center Professional Education Programs & Services
NEW Opportunity for 2019: Government & Non-Profit Career Expo
The Government & Non-Profit Career Expo is a chance for employers and agencies to connect with UW-Stout undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty for the purpose of networking and discussing opportunities with their organization. The Career Expo will be an available option between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Agency Representatives should register to attend the conference and then separately their agency for a table at the Expo.