Criminal Justice Training: How to Address Brain Injury with Criminal Justice Involved Population

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RHI Resource Facilitation on September 2, 2016

The impact brain injury has on the judicial system is staggering.  As many as 60% of all people incarcerated have a history of brain injury.

RHI Resource Facilitation department will host a series of regional training sessions to build the capacity of the professionals who work with people with brain injury.

In this conference, a separate track for Criminal Justice professionals will be provided about the relationship between brain injury and criminality, including research, training and screening techniques specific to brain injury.  This 2-day conference will provide cutting-edge brain injury education and promote evidence-based vocational rehabilitation through the collaboration of community resource providers.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Professionals in the Criminal Justice system: Judges, Court staff, Probation Officers, Prosecutors, Public Defenders or private practices, Police Officers, Parole Officers, Community Corrections and Offender Re-entry staff.

Northern Indiana:  October 11 & 12, 2016,   Inn at St. Mary’s/Gillespie Conference Center 

Southern Indiana:  October 18 & 19, 2016,   French Lick Springs Hotel           

Central Indiana:  October 25 & 26, 2016,       IU Health Neuroscience Center, Indianapolis

Brochure for Brain Injury Regional Conferences

REGISTER HERE