November 2-5, 2005
San Diego, California
Presented by The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Justice
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This conference will focus on the role of criminal justice facilities in urban environments and how courthouses and jails have evolved in the context of the city and suburbs. It will also tackle such issues as providing efficient criminal justice services in an urban setting, integrating the design of criminal justice facilities with urban planning principles, and designing facilities that are both open to the public and resistant to attacks.
Conference Highlights include:
Keynote Speaker: Bernardo Fort-Bresica, FAIA, founding principal of Arquitectonica, will present "Miami—The Courthouse As an Urban Catalyst."
2nd Annual AIA AAJ Justice Facility Review Banquet
Optional Tours of East Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility and Chula Vista Police Department
Earn AIA/CES LU's, including HSW.
For more information: www.aia.org/justiceandthecity