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Welcome to the National Forum website!

Join us from August 10 - 12 for the 2014 National Forum at the Beaver Run Convention center in Breckenridge, Colorado.

JRSA and NCJA will also be hosting post-conference sessions on August 13.

Speaking at the Forum

Getting Ready to Present at the Forum?


The Speaking at the Forum section provides information about speaker registration and instructions for uploading your bio and presentation materials to the website.
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The National Forum on Criminal Justice is a unique opportunity for leaders from all levels of government, and the public and private sectors to share ideas about crime reduction and prevention strategies.

The Forum is sponsored by the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA), the IJIS Institute, and the Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA). The event is open to anyone who works in criminal justice.

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Get your company's name in front of today's government and industry leaders at the National Forum on Criminal Justice. This event brings together state, local, tribal and federal government, industry, nonprofits, and educators focused on criminal justice and public safety.

 

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Announcements

Hotel Rates Posted on July 8, 2014

Still need to book your room? Click here.


Registration Update  Posted on May 12, 2014

Registration is open for the NCJA and JRSA post-conference seminars.


Altitude Advisory  Posted on Apr 24, 2014

Learn what it is and how to minimize the effects.

Tweeting About the Forum?  Posted on Apr 8, 2014

Use the #cjforum tag to share your Tweets!

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Participate

Only registered attendees can post to the discussion forum and upload files to the library. Login here. Your username and password can be found in the confirmation email you receive when you register for the Forum.

Speakers Bios and Presentation Materials

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This presentation is for the session on Measuring and Responding to Human Trafficking on Tuesday,...

Janene Scelza

This paper on the changing patterns of drug abuse is one of four background papers produced for...

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Maureen McDonnell Director for Business and Health Care Strategy Development Maureen McDonnell...

Christopher Burnett

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Latest Discussions

  • Janene Scelza

    Background Paper on Changing Patterns of Drug Abuse...

    Posted in: 2014 National Forum...

    Forum attendees: The background paper on changing patterns of drug abuse is available for download . This is one of four background papers for topics that will be discussed in the Public Safety Challenges and Priorities session, which will be...

  • Janene Scelza

    Presenting at the National Forum?

    Posted in: 2014 National Forum...

    Forum presenters: Please don't forget to upload your bios to the website! To upload your bios and presentation materials: 1) login to the website (the confirmation email you received when you registered for the Forum has your username and...

  • Janene Scelza

    Background Paper on Sentencing and Reentry for the...

    Posted in: 2014 National Forum...

    The attached report on sentencing and reentry is one of four background papers for topics that will be discussed in the Public Safety Challenges and Priorities session, which will be held on Monday, August 11 from 10:00 - 11:30 am. All background...

Outstanding Criminal Justice Program Awards



Each year at the National Forum on Criminal Justice, NCJA honors five outstanding criminal justice programs that merit recognition for providing effective services to address crime-related issues in their communities. We are particularly interested in programs that are innovative and can document concrete results. - See more at: http://www.ncja.org/outstanding-criminal-justice-program-awards#sthash.bsPkZSBa.dpuf
Each year at the National Forum on Criminal Justice, NCJA honors five outstanding criminal justice programs that merit recognition for providing effective services to address crime-related issues in their communities.