Evidence-Based Professionals Society Launches Local Networking Groups

Evidence-Based Professionals Society (EBPSociety) Launches Local Networking Groups

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATLANTA, November 6, 2017 --

The Evidence Based Professionals Society today launched the EBP Networking Group, (EBPNG). EBP Networking Groups are local communities of professionals committed to the evidence-based movement who have an interest in evidence-based practices. In a statement, Sobem Nwoko, Founder of EBP Society, and President, Joyfields Institute stated, "In our year end vision survey and events nationwide professionals told us they want more localized programming, a way to address matters affecting them at the local level, and opportunities to engage others in the field where you live and work. This has prompted us to get the EBPNG going."

An EBPNG community may be established by any professionals who desire such a community in their local area. Evidence-Based Professionals Networking Groups;

  • are communities of local professionals in major metro areas engaged or interested in evidence-based practices
  • provide forum for these local professionals to network and interact with one another, and
  • provide forums for local professionals to share ideas and solve problems local to them

Mr. Nwoko added, "...professionals want to meet and network with others locally who, like them are serious about "what works". We encourage current and interested professionals in human, social and justice services field to take advantege of this opportunity to engage one another through the EBPNG. That's what this is about. We have whole package to help groups get started"

EBP Networking Groups are now forming across the country. Professionals interested in forming an EBP Networking Group in their area should send email immediately to [email protected], or call 678-720-2772 to for more details.

About EBP Society

EBP Society is the Society for Evidence based Organizations and Professionals. The society helps build capacity and enhance the careers of organizations and professionals in the human and social services fields by promoting adoption of evidence based and strength-centered approaches everywhere, providing efficient access to evidence based education and resources, and facilitating professional certification in Evidence Based and Strength-Centered expertise.

Its membership are organizations and professionals dedicated to evidencec based and strength-centered practices, programs and policies. Learn more about EBPNG's online

CONTACT

EBP Networking Group

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.ebpng.org

(678) 720-2772

Evidence-Based Professionals Society Set to Launch Local Networking Group

The Evidence-Based Professionals Society is set to launch what it calls the Evidence-Based Professionals Networking Group (EBPNG). The goal is to create local communities of professionals who are committed to the evidence-based movement,and afford them a vehicle to meet periodically, network and share matters of interest to them and their local areas.

An EBPNG community may be established by any professionals who desire such a community in their local area. Evidence-Based Professionals Networking Groups;

  • are communities of local professionals in major metro areas engaged or interested in evidence-based practices
  • provide forum for these local professionals to network and interact with one another, and
  • provide forums for local professionals to share ideas and solve problems local to them

EBPNG's are now forming across the country. Professionals interested in starting a networking group in their area should send email to [email protected], or call 678-720-2772. 

Chief Keene to Present at Evidence-based "PATHWAYS" in San Diego

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Chief Keene To Present at Evidence-Based "Pathways" for Case Management, Coordination & Supervision

 

About John Keene

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Chief Keene was appointed Chief Probation Officer of San Mateo County Probation Department, California in June of 2013, bringing more than 20 years of law enforcement experience to his role. Prior to his appointment he served as Deputy Chief Probation Officer in Alameda County, California.

Chief Keene earned his Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center, and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

He is committed to Public Protection, Victim Restoration, and Offender Rehabilitation. He believes that the development, implementation and sustainability of Evidenced Based Programming is the future of Community Corrections.

At "Pathways" in San Diego, Chief Keene will present, and lead a discussion on;

Case Study of an Evidence-Based Organization & its Professionals:
The San Mateo County Probation Department

Uncommon success is achieved when an organization or individual adopts and implements a proven approach or strategy. This presentation is a study of the San Mateo County Probation Department, a certified evidence-based organization, steps it took, and how it is working steadily to move its entire staff toward becoming evidence-based professionals.

Chief Keene will review their experience, processes they are undergoing, lessons learned, the immediate and longer-term benefits, and what they would do differently. 

The San Mateo County Probation Department has the vision to be a proactive and innovative agency which facilitates positive changes in offenders' behaviors that reduce recidivism and foster a law-abiding lifestyle.

Its mission is to enhance community safety, reduce crime, and assist the victims of crime through offender accountability and rehabilitation.

Organizations with the aim to become evidence-based themselves will benefit tremendously from their example as well as others at this year's "PATHWAYS" event in beautiful San Diego. 

Learn More & Register   Call (770) 409-8780
 

PO's Welcome. Team attendance highly encouraged.

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Meet The San Diego Faculty

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MEET THE SAN DIEGO

 

FACULTY

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Focused On Evidence-Based "PATHWAYS" for

CASE MANAGEMENT, CARE COORDINATION & SUPERVISION

3 Days, 6 Engagement Tracks, 21 Sessions...

STARTS

NOVEMBER 29, 2017

  • Full-Day "A-Z" Workshop!
  • Motivation & Individual Engagement Track
  • Youth, Family & Community Engagement Track
  • Housing & Jobs' Systems & Supports Engagement Track
  • Trauma & Practice Track
  • Intensive Case & In-Community Supervision Track
  • Practitioner Track
  • Case Study & Implementation Planning
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Create Your Very OWN Engagement Breakthrough!

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