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The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) provides the majority of ICJA members.
The ICJA was founded in 1933 as the Indiana Probation Association.
Today, ICJA sees the future of corrections and the criminal justice system in Indiana going in a direction of the unknown, due to the unprecedented illegal drug epidemic, the acute toxicity of drugs, jail/prison overcrowding, sentencing reform and the high rate of children being placed in CPS because of parent's drug usage or domestic violence.
Eric Hoch is the ICJA president-elect and owner/operator of Hoch Correctional Consultants and Services.
Already in our earlier news story Rump LTTE has their women operatives to spin stories to West NGO's to satisfy their urge about ICJA and handing over the 500 page report on Sri Lanka to Australian Federal Police Commissioner Tony Negus, Asian Tribune pointed out that they have committed a serious breach of trust and confidence by taking on the face value of her account without cross checking the statement made by Meena Krishnamoorthy.
ICJA joined the American Correctional Association as a dual chapter in 1971.
The organization officially became ICJA in October 2010.
In 1994, ICJA hired Steve Ingram, CAE, to be the executive director.
Currently, ICJA continues to provide professional development and networking opportunities by offering three regional conferences in the spring and one statewide fall conference each year.
Thanks to the 2007 Past President Eric Hoch, ICJA was the first ACA dual chapter to establish an ACA student chapter at Bellmont High School in 2008.
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