Tentative Workshop Schedule

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Tentative Workshop Schedule


January 10-14, 2004, New Orleans, LA

Theme: Corrections from A to Z

Experience the benefits of enlightening, educational and challenging ACA workshops throughout this year's Conference as we examine the theme, "Corrections From A to Z." The Conference theme covers a range of professional topics, including addressing the needs of youth with disabilities, developing a hostage survival training protocol for correctional personnel, ensuring a collaborative approach to working with mentally ill inmates in prisons and jails, and so much more. These topics contribute to this year's Conference theme, so we recommend attending the workshops that serve you best and take advantage of the educational benefits ACA has to offer, including Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Continuing Medical Education/Florida-Continuing Education (CME/FL-CE) Program. Review the topics listed below and plan now to attend the 2004 Winter Conference in New Orleans. Call for a free copy of ACA's Winter Conference Planning Guide, 1-800-222-5646, ext. 1922.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2004

10:00 A.M.-11:30 A.M.

A-1 CONCEPTS OF CONTROL

Coordinator: Edward L. Cohn, M.A., Executive Director, National Major Gang Task Force, Indianapolis, Indiana

A-2 (CME/FL-CE) THE MELDING OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PRACTICES AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

Coordinator: Jay Zaslaw, M.Ed., Consultant and Trainer, Career Systems Development/Redirection Services, Navarre, Florida

A-3 (CME/FL-CE) MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENTS IN JUVENILE JUSTICE

Coordinator: Gail A. Wasserman, Ph.D., Director, Center for the Promotion of Mental Health in Juvenile Justice, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Columbia University, New York, New York

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2004

12:30 P.M.-2:00 P.M.

A-4 (CME/FL-CE) HIV INFECTION IN THE INCARCERATED FEMALE

Coordinator: Ernesto J. Lamadrid, M.D., CCHP, Senior Physician, Reception and Medical Center, Department of Corrections, Lake Butler, Florida

A-5 MANAGING PUBLIC INFORMATION IN CORRECTIONAL AGENCIES

Coordinator: George T. Yefchak, President, New Jersey Chapter of ACA, Stockton, New Jersey

A-6 UTILIZING COACHING FOR SUCCESS IN CORRECTIONS

Coordinator: Jeanna Gomez, MSW, LISW, LADAC, CCFC, CPC, President and Chief Executive Office, Gomez Counseling and Consulting Services, P.A. Grants, New Mexico

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2004

2:30 P.M.-4:00 P.M.

A-7 RELIGION AND RECOVERY FOR JUVENILES

Coordinator: Rev. Judith A. Coleman, M.Div., C.A.C., Executive Director and Founder, Daystar Center, and Chaplain, Youth Forestry Camp 2, Department of Welfare, White Haven, Pennsylvania

A-8 DEVELOPING A HOSTAGE SURVIVAL TRAINING PROTOCOL FOR CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL

Coordinator: Joseph J. Marchese, Program Development Specialist, Division of Parole, New York State Department of Correctional Services, Albany, New York

A-9 (CME/FL-CE) MANAGING MEDICAL CONTRACTS: A PRIMER FOR WARDENS AND ADMINISTRATORS

Coordinator: Phillip Wise, M.Ed., Corrections Consultant, Milledgeville, Georgia

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 2004

9:00 A.M.-10:30 A.M.

ACA-1 INCARCERATION OF SECURITY THREAT GROUP DETAINEES

The Alexandria Detention Center in Virginia holds over two dozen persons accused of terrorist acts or acts of espionage against the United States, and high security material witnesses involving the security of the nation. This workshop will focus on the challenges and unique security needs for holding this type of detainee. The presenters will focus on their personal experiences in managing the press, the public and the needs of the defense and prosecutors in these situations.

Coordinator: James Dunning, Sheriff, City of Alexandria Office of Sheriff, Alexandria, Virginia

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