🌟 Exciting Announcement: SAW Project Signs Partnership Agreement with the ICPA!

The Supervision Around the World (SAW) Project is delighted to announce the signing of a partnership agreement with the International Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA). This agreement was signed in The Hague, Netherlands during the 6th World Congress on Probation and Parole, and represents a significant step forward in our shared mission to promote excellence, innovation, and best practices in the field of corrections.

Julie Truschel, SAW Project CEO/Founder with Natalie Boal, ICPA Executive Director

At the heart of the SAW Project lies a dedication to advancing the science and practice of community supervision to foster successful reintegration and enhance public safety. Similarly, the ICPA is renowned for its commitment to promoting professional excellence and collaboration within the corrections community, spanning institutions and professionals across the globe.

SAW Project CEO and Founder Julie Truschel states, β€œThis collaboration promises to amplify our efforts and bring even greater innovation and impact to the criminal justice community. Together, we’re set to achieve remarkable milestones!”

Both agencies focus towards evidence-based practices, standards, and policies that support the successful reintegration of individuals under supervision and contribute to safer communities. This partnership will promote knowledge exchange and capacity-building initiatives to enhance the skills and competencies of correctional professionals worldwide. By supporting research and innovation, continuous improvement in correctional supervision practices on a global scale can be achieved.

This partnership will yield significant benefits for the field of corrections and contribute to safer, more resilient communities around the world. Together, the SAW Project and ICPA uphold a shared commitment to promoting justice, rehabilitation, successful reintegration, and public safety.