Unilink is thrilled to announce its participation in the 2023 ICPA Annual Conference, hosted by the Belgian Prison Service from 22nd to 27th October at the Hilton Old Town in Antwerp, Belgium.
The conference will cover a wide range of topics under the banner of humane corrections, including new trends and innovations, the use of technology, community-based corrections, mental health and healthcare, cohort-specific corrections, education and vocational training, and much more.
Are you passionate about reforming the justice system and creating a more humane approach to corrections?
If so, mark your calendars and get ready to join the conversations at this global event that promises to be a game-changer in the world of corrections!
The Theme: Humane Corrections – What More Can We Do?
This theme reflects the urgent need for a compassionate and humane approach to the correctional system and underscores the importance of identifying innovative solutions to enhance the current system.
Corrections experts and practitioners from all around the world will share knowledge, experiences, discuss the latest developments and challenges and explore innovative approaches to enhance the quality and transform the corrections system for the better.
Unilink is excited to be part of this dialogue, as all our solutions align perfectly with the conference theme, promoting a rehabilitative and humane prison environment.
Unilink’s Workshop Presentation: A Must-Attend Event
On Tuesday, October 24th, at 3:30 pm, Unilink will host a workshop presentation titled “Developing an Evidence-Based Application to Improve Wellbeing and Reduce Incidents of Suicide and Self-Harm in Prisons.” This session, chaired by Steven Doggett, Unilink’s expert in Probation, and delivered by Michael Campbell, an advisor to private and public sector prisons in the UK, who will address the critical issue of suicide and self-harm in prisons.
Unilink’s AIM (Alert. Intervene. Monitor.) is a groundbreaking application that gives operational prison staff a new perspective on prisoners’ daily wellbeing and safety, as well as longitudinal insights into prisoners’ behaviour patterns throughout their prison stay.
AIM analyses data collected from prisoners’ self-service interactions, including dynamic factors like visits, phone use, work, and education, as well as static factors identified through empirical research. The analysed data is presented on configurable dashboards (Monitor), alerting to any deviation from an individual’s daily routine (Alert) and thus allowing for timely interventions when necessary (Intervene).
A Transformative Event
Visit Unilink’s stand at the conference exhibition to meet our team and discover how we can support your digital transformation journey. Together, we can work towards creating a more compassionate and humane corrections system that benefits both inmates and society as a whole.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be part of the future of corrections!