Attendez vous à trouver …
- Homme entre 18 et 65 ans
- Infraction sexuelle sur un enfant non pubère ou en début de puberté (c’est-à-dire généralement âgé de 13 ans ou moins)
- Parle et lit couramment le Français
- Suivi en milieu libre
- une consultation mensuelle avec un psychiatre spécialisé dans le suivi des patients pédophiles,
- une psychothérapie, avec une séance toutes les deux semaines, assurée par un psychologue ou un psychiatre,
- un bilan médical complet sur le plan somatique tous les cinq mois.
- Paris : CMP 75G21, 17-19 rue d'Armaillé, 75017 Paris : Dr M.Haberkorn (01 56 68 70 13)
- Villejuif : Consultation externe du SMPR, Hôpital Paul Guiraud, 54 av République - 94800 Villejuif : Dr C. de Beaurepaire (01 46 25 27 92)
- Lyon : Hôp. Neurologique, Aile A1, 59 Bd Pinel, 69500 Bron : Service du Pr M. Pugeat (04 72 11 93 02)
- Bordeaux : Centre Hospitalier Charles Perrens, 121, rue de la Béchade, 33076 Bordeaux : Dr F. Cochez (05 56 56 35 16)
* Senior Academic Positon for RegNet open at the Australian National University, Canberra, ACT. The Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) is an interdisciplinary research group. RegNet's main goal is to challenge and advance current understanding and approaches to questions of private, public, and NGO governance through regulatory frameworks that develop evidence-based theory, policy and practice. It is considered one of the world's leading centres in sociolegal studies.
RegNet's current research projects cover areas as diverse as climate change, restorative justice, peacebuilding, policing and security, and social inclusion.
We are particularly interested in scholars with a research record or research plans in Asia and the Pacific. For further details about the Regulatory
Institutions Network, see website http://regnet.anu.edu.au/.
A successful candidate for this position would be an internationally recognised scholar in his or her area, a successful applicant for
competitive research grants, an experienced supervisor of graduate students and an outstanding academic leader. He/she would be expected
to assume leadership responsibilities within RegNet as Head of Program, helping to guide RegNet as it enters its second decade.
Enquiries: Professor Hilary Charlesworth, T: 02 6125 6040 E: CharlesworthH@law.anu.edu.au Reference number: A043-09AV
Closing Date: 27 March 2009
The position description is available from http://jobs.anu.edu.au/
* Confence on Anti-Social Behaviour in London, UK, in April 2009. 'Situating Anti-Social Behaviour and Respect': A National Conference sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council. Wednesday 22nd April 2009. Venue: Great Hall, King's College, London
Day 1 will begin at 1:00pm at the University of Maryland Inn & Conference Center in Adelphi, MD. It will include five presentations on innovative methods in evidence-based policy, advances in experimental criminology, and the potential limits of meta-analysis.
The second day will open at 8:30 am at the Hall of the States Building in Washington, DC (444 North Capitol St. NW) with a continental breakfast, and presentations will begin at 9:00 am. It will consist of presentations of research results on two key criminal justice topics – restorative justice programs and school bullying prevention programs. Finally, the second day will feature a roundtable discussion exploring the question of how to best spend federal dollars on crime prevention programs.
For more information and to register, please visit http://gemini.gmu.edu/
* BJC Conferences in London, UK, in April 2009 and in September 2009. BRITISH SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY - YOUTH CRIMINOLOGY/YOUTH JUSTICE NETWORK (YC/YJN) CONFERENCES
- One-Day Conference: Youth in Crisis? Gangs, Territoriality and Violence, Friday 24th April 2009.
The conference is free, but participants are asked to over their own travel costs; administration for the event is provided by ICPR, King's College London. If you want a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. Numbers are limited to 75 places, on a first-come, first-served
basis. The event is funded and co-sponsored by the Home Office and Ministry of Justice.
* Summer School Courses in Utrecht, The Netherlands, on International Juvenile Justice an other Issues. Summerschool Utrecht 2009: Course International Juvenile Justice, Utrecht University, Willem Pompe Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology (WPI). This course offers an international comparative perspective on Juvenile Justice, bringing together a group of international experts. It will focus on trends in Juvenile Justice in Europe and the US, on institutions and procedures, on sanctions and practices of diversion in Europe and the US, on juvenile penitentiary law in Europe and the US and on children’s rights in the context of Juvenile Justice. http://www.
A one day interdisciplinary symposium for postgraduates and early career researchers to be held at the British Library Conference Centre on 1 June 2009.
The School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research at the University of Kent and The British Library invite postgraduates and early career researchers to present their work and generate new debate about 'dangerous' spaces and the way in which crime and danger are mapped.
We would like to offer researchers the opportunity to challenge collectively orthodox understandings about the mapping of 'danger' and to draw together interdisciplinary work about how changing perceptions of danger are represented and imagined.
The day will take place at The British Library and will include an introduction by Peter Barber to some unusual maps of 'danger' that are specific to the collections. An interdisciplinary panel of academics will speak on their work and will include Kate O'Brien from the University of Kent and Alessandro Scafi from the Warburg Institute.
We warmly invite and welcome proposals for themes for parallel sessions, papers or workshops. Joint papers are welcome. Please send 200 word abstracts as well as ideas for themes by Friday 13 March 2009 to conference organisers (below).
Possible themes include: Ideology/Power. Space and Culture. Mapping cognitively, emotions and the psycho-geography of space. Mapping liminal spaces. The 'civilized' space. Literary, fictional and virtual maps. New ways of reading maps. Gender, race and 'danger'. Issues of surveillance and control. We invite attendees to join us for lunch as well as a networking session at the close of the symposium. A small registration fee of £10 will apply to all participants. Tickets will be available through the British Library box office from late March.
Laura Hanson (email@example.com) and Dr. Sarah Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
* Intensive Summer School on Organized Crime in Catania, Italy, from End of June to Early July, 2009. ECPR has set up a new Intensive Summer School on Organised Crime (ISSOC) aiming at reducing the gap between Pratictionaires and Scholars involved in the practice/study of tackling Transnational Organised Crime and at creating a network among people interested in this topic. ISSOC's first edition will be held at the University of Catania (Italy) from 29 June to 11 July 2009. Now the call for application is open. For further informations please, visit the following web page: http://www.fscpo.unict.it/
Francesca Longo, Jean Monnet and full professor of European Union Public Policy, Department of Political Studies, University of Catania
* Ninth Annual Conference of the European Society for Criminology in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in September 2009. The European Society of Criminology (ESC) will hold its 9th Annual Conference in Ljubljana. The local organizers will be the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and the University of Marbibor. More details can be found at the Conference Website: http://esc.sazu.si/
On 22 & 23 October 2009, the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights of Maastricht University will host an interdisciplinary conference on the topic of ‘Corruption and Human Rights’. For the call for papers, as well as information about registration, please visit www.law.unimaas.nl/humanrights
* Restorative Justice World Conference in Bethlehem, PA, USA in October 2009. The IIRP invites you to submit a proposal to present at its 12th World Conference, October 21-23, 2009, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA. The deadline for proposals is March 30. This interdisciplinary conference will provide an international perspective on restorative practices theory and practice in a variety of settings, including education, social welfare, criminal justice, community development and workplaces.
Most IIRP conference presenters are not professional speakers. Aside from a few featured speakers (see below) and videos, our conferences
are created by you and others like you who have submitted proposals to present in 50-minute breakout sessions. We encourage you to share your
experiences and knowledge. No formal papers are required. Presenters receive a reduced registration rate.
For more information and to submit a proposal, go to: http://www.iirp.org/beth09
* New Date for the 16th World Congress on Criminology in Kobe, Japan. The 16th World Congress of the International Society for Criminology in 2011. The 16th World Congress of the International Society of Criminology (ISC) will be held at the Kobe International Conference Center in Kobe, Japan, on August 5-10, 2011. The local host is the Japan Federation of Criminological Associations (JFCA), which is formed by the eight criminological associations in Japan covering a wide range of disciplines from sociological criminology to correctional medicine. JFCA has started its preparation for the Congress with close consultation with the ISC leadership.
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