The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) will host its second in-person Executive Summit for Community Corrections Leaders, February 23 - 24, 2024, in Seattle, Washington. The unique experience is designed specifically for senior-level executives of community supervision and corrections departments (pretrial, probation, and parole) agencies. (A limited number of slots will be made available to parole board members; judges, not-for-profit and federal partners who support the work of criminal justice reform; and legislators.)
As a key leader in the field of community corrections, you do not want to miss this exceptional executive level training opportunity! This in-person event will focus on current and emerging trends in community corrections – asking the question: “What is the future of community corrections and how to best prepare for it?” During the summit, visionary leaders will have ample opportunity to network with and learn from key community corrections decision-makers – as the summit will offer a variety of relevant, thought-provoking, interactive training events and discussions.
Leaders, come to the summit to get updates on proven programming, policies and practices that are relevant to today’s community corrections field and leave the summit with a wealth of useful information. By attending the summit, you will gain strategies that will aid you in leading your agency and making sound decisions - all aimed at helping to shape your agency’s next level of success for both staff and justice-involved individuals.
SPECIAL NOTE: Agency heads who cannot attend may assign a designee (Assistant Chief, Assistant Director, second in command, etc.) to attend.
This pre-training institute event requires an additional fee:
If you wish to attend to both the training institute and the summit, just choose the “Executive Summit Combo” during registration.
Participation in the summit is limited to individuals in top-ranking positions only:
• Directors and Chiefs in Probation, Parole, and Pretrial Agencies
• Department of Corrections Commissioners and Executive Directors
• Parole Board and Criminal Justice Board Members
• Judges, Legislators, County Commissioners, and Lead Prosecutors and Public Defenders
• Non-Profit and Federal Leaders Targeting Community Corrections and Reentry Efforts