Technology in Corrections: Digital Transformation
 

TIC 2019 PROGRAMME

Tuesday, 02 April

18:30-21:00 Registration & Welcome Reception

Wednesday, 03 April

Welcome & Introduction

Opening - Setting the Scene: Digital Transformation Manuel Tanger, Co-Founder & Head of Open Innovation, Beta-i, Portugal
Armchair Discussion: CIO Perspective

Simon Bonk, CIO, Correctional Service Canada and Chair of the ICPA Technology Solutions Network

Häkan Klarin, CIO, Swedish Prison and Probation Service

Teck En Loh, Director (Transformation & Technology Division), Singapore Prison Service

Russel Nichols, CIO, California Department of Corrections, USA

Coffee Break

Moderated Panel Session: Digital Transformation - The Portuguese Perspective (Q&A)

TIC Talks* (The ‘TIC Talks’ is a plenary session comprising short discussions/presentations to give a brief introduction to each of the topics which follow in breakout rooms (Parallel Presentations) on the next section of the programme.)

Lunch & Exhibition

Parallel Presentations

Theme 1: Evidence-based: Improving Offender Communication and Participation

Moderator: Häkan Klarin, CIO, Swedish Prison and Probation Service
Turning Up the Volume: Technology, Policies, and Best Practices that can Measurably Increase Inmate Communication with Friends and Family Christopher Ditto,VP (Product Innovation Research), GTL, USA
Digitalisation of Inmate Rehabilitation & Corrections

Ong Boon Hwee, Director (Transformation and Technology Division), Singapore Prison Service

Teck En Loh, Director (Transformation & Technology Division), Singapore Prison Service

Improving inmate detention conditions and working conditions for custodial staff by using technology: French approach

Philippe Courpron, Digital Transformation Advisor,  French Prison Administration, France

Theme 2: Finding an Equilibrium with Specific Technologies

Moderator: George Jackson, CIO, Irish Prison Service
The Innovation for the Iimprovement of the Existing Community Correction System. IL SUK NOH, Head Officer, Central Electronic Monitoring Center in Korea, Ministry of Justice, South Korea
Interactive TV and Applications in Juvenile Facilities

Eugene Razbash, CEO, COMBITEL, Australia

Theme 3: Smart Innovation

Moderator: Simon Bonk, CIO, Correctional Service Canada and Chair of the ICPA Technology Solutions Network
The Development of Digitalization and “Smart Prison” Solutions for Prisoners in Finnish Criminal Sanctions Agency

Pia Puolakka, Project Manager, Finnish Criminal Sanctions Agency

Sirpa Hovila, System Manager, Oikeusrekisterikeskus, Finland

The Social Conjuncture in an 'Alagoana' Penitentiary Cell and the Innovations and Applications of Social Technology

Euclides Neto, Student, Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil

Videoconferencing in Prisons and Juvenile Justice Educational Centres: Legal Assistance to Inmates Eulàlia Luque, Planning & Strategic Projects, General Directorate of Penitentiary Services of the Department of Justice of Catalonia

Coffee Break

Developing an Ethical and Moral Framework for the Digital Prison

Victoria Knight, Senior Research Fellow, De Montfort Univeristy, United Kingdom

Steven Van De Steene, Corrections Technology Consultant, Smart Corrections, Belgium

Live Demonstrations, Public Sector Oriented/Driven

Thursday, 04 April

Wrapup Manuel Tanger, Co-Founder & Head of Open Innovation,  Beta-i, Portugal
TIC Talks *
Parallel Presentations

Theme 1: Finding an Equilibrium with Specific Technologies

Moderator: Zoran Brzakovic, Chief Information Officer, ACSO, Australia
Artificial Intellingence in a Prison Environment Benny Goedbloed, CEO, BGS, Belgium
Using AI at Prisons to Detect Suspicious Behaviour and Mitigate Risks Chris Greig, Director, SecureWorx Pty Ltd, Australia

Theme 2: Support Evidence-based: Collaborative Development of Technology

Moderator: Steven Van De Steene, Corrections Technology Consultant, Smart Corrections, Belgium
Coproducing Digital Technologies to Promote Desistance

Jason Morris, National Specialist Lead (Domestic Abuse), HMPPS, United Kingdom

Victoria Knight, Senior Research Fellow, De Montfort Univeristy, United Kingdom

Harnessing Digital Technologies for Offender Rehabilitation: Implementation and Outcomes from the Breaking Free Digital Interventions in Prisons

Sarah Elison-Davies, Research Director, Breaking Free Group, United Kingdom

Glyn Davies, Service Development Director, Breaking Free Online, United Kingdom

How we Used Agile to Develop Probation Software - Direct2probationer Patricia O’Hagan, CEO, Core Systems, Northern Ireland

Theme 3: Looking Over the Wall: Sharing & Cross-Jurisdictional Collaboration

Moderator: Hans Meurisse, Senior Adviser - International Expert, EuroPris, Belgium
Leveraging Data for Successful Rehabilitation and To Ensure Citizen Safety Kathy Gattin, Sr. Program Manager, IJIS Institute, United States
Joined up Justice in the Irish and Northern Irish Prison and Justice services

George Jackson, CIO, Irish Prison Service

Robbie Burrows, Head of ICT Services, Northern Ireland Prison Service

Using Technology to Enhance Knowledge Transfer in Correctional Practice Ralph Serin, Professor, Carleton University, Canada

Coffee Break

ICPA Technology Solutions Network & Europris IT Expert Group

Simon Bonk, CIO, Correctional Service Canada and Chair of the ICPA Technology Solutions Network

Häkan Klarin, CIO, Swedish Prison and Probation Service

Experimental Lab of Penitentiary Forensics Sergio Bianchi, Researcher, Italian Ministry of Justice

TIC Talks*

Lunch & Exhibition

Parallel Presentations

Theme 1: Evidence-based: Improving Offender Case Management

Moderator: Patrick Fransen, ICT Expert Group Member, EuroPris, Belgium
Using Technology to Implement and Maintain Quality Assurance in the GEO Continuum of Care Model Ralph Fretz, Director of Research, GEO Group, United States
The Tennessee Model of 360 Seamless Supervision

Alisha James, Assistant Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Corrections, United States

Sean Hosman, Chief Executive Officer, Vant4ge, United States

Theme 2: Looking Over the Wall: Healthcare & Case Management Delivery

Moderator: Jacques Hensen, ICT Manager, Centre Pénitentiaire de Luxembourg
Stepping Away from the Prison Approach – Using Innovation to Improve Health Outcomes

Jon Field, CEO, DOCTO, Australia

Stephen Joyce, Health Servces Manager, GEO Australia - Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre

How to Deal with Ethical Rules Using a Body Scanner

Jan Steven van Wingerden, CEO, ODSecurity, Netherlands

Theme 3: Finding an Equilibrium by Using Technology

Moderator: Russel Nichols, California Department of Corrections, USA
RIAT-C: A Universal Approach to Delivering Case Management Practices in a Rapidly Evolving Policy Environment Zoran Brzakovic, Chief Information Officer, ACSO, Australia
Enablers of Change - a New Risk & Needs Assessment Tool

Ian Ware, Head of Quality and Policy, Interserve, United Kingdom

Pip Davies, Policy Manager, Interserve, United Kingdom

Coffee Break
Closing Session

Armchair Discussion

Conclusion & Final Words


* The ‘TIC Talks’ is a plenary session comprising short discussions/presentations to give a brief introduction to each of the topics which follow in breakout rooms (Parallel Presentations) on the next section of the programme.
Please, bear in mind that this is not a final version of the programme and some changes might occur in the upcoming weeks.