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Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development. (2019) Toward a trauma-responsive criminal justice system: why, how and what next? 5th annual Irish criminal justice agencies [ICJA] conference. 4 July 2018. Dublin: Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development.

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CONTENTS

  • Conference Welcome and setting the scene - Michael Donnellan, Director General, Irish Prison Service
  • Conference Opening - Charles Flanagan TD, Minister for Justice and Equality
  • Better the Devil you Know? Alternatives to the Adversarial System - Mary Rose Gearty, SC
  • What Happened to You? Understanding the Impact of Chronic Early Adversity and Neglect in Infancy and Early Childhood - Ciara McCarthy, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Primary Care Psychology Service, Health Service Executive
  • Vicarious Trauma: The Impact of Working with Survivors of Trauma - Dr. Sharon Lambert, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork
  • Homeless Men with Mental Illness in Irish Prisons - Dr. Conor O’Neill, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Central Mental Hospital
  • Delegate Recommendations towards Action Plans

WORKSHOP SUMMARIES

  1. The Potential for Applying the Tusla-led Meitheal Practice Model in a Trauma-Responsive Criminal Justice System - Fergal Landy, Regional Implementation Manager for Prevention, Partnership and Family Support, Tusla, Galway and Eimear Ryan, Senior Speech and Language Therapist ACTS.
  2. 2.Towards Trauma-Responsive Addiction Treatment Service at Tabor Group in Cork - Mick Devine, Clinical Director, Tabor Group, Cork
  3. Poverty, Homelessness, then Prison - and back to Poverty, Homelessness again - Fr Peter McVerry
  4. Prisons: Trauma Informed Interventions - Them and Us? - Claire Moloney, Chartered Counselling Psychologist, IPS Psychology Service, and Aoife Rice, Assistant Psychologist, IPS Psychology Service
  5. From Exclusion, through Muddle, to Rights: The Place of Victims in Sexual Offences Trials - Noeline Blackwell, Chief Executive Officer, Dublin Rape Crisis Centre
  6. Every Woman Every Story: Trauma, Criminality and Women in Prison 62 Governor Mary O’Connor and Dr. Maggie McGovern, Dóchas Centre ICJA Conference 2018 - “Toward a Trauma-Responsive Criminal Justice System - Why, How and What Next?”
  7. Pathways to Prison - The Experience of the Traveller Community - David Joyce, Solicitor, Mercy Law Resource Centre and Anne Costello, Coordinator, Travellers in Prison Initiative
  8. Vulnerable Migrants and the Criminal Justice System - Wendy Lyon, Solicitor, KOD Lyons Solicitors
  9. Trauma in Probation Practice - Margaret Griffin, Regional Manager, Probation Service, Elaine Kavanagh, Probation Officer and Jane Mulcahy, Irish Research Council funded PhD Candidate in Law at University College Cork
  10. Addressing Psychiatric and Psychosocial Morbidity in Irish Prisons - Dr. Gautam Gulati, Consultant Psychiatrist, University Hospital Limerick, Adjunct Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Limerick

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