Dear attendees of the American Correctional Association 153rd Congress of Correction,

I would like to extend my deepest gratitude for your participation and attendance in Philadelphia. Your presence and engagement played an integral role in making this event a resounding success.

The 153rd Congress of Correction provided an invaluable platform for professionals in the field of corrections to convene, exchange ideas, and deliberate on important issues that impact the correctional system. The leadership, knowledge, experiences, and perspectives shared during the conference were truly invaluable and will undoubtedly contribute to our collective efforts to improve the field of corrections.

We are immensely thankful for your active participation in the various sessions, exhibit hall hours, workshops, and discussions that transpired throughout the congress. Your contributions and insights have undoubtedly enriched the conversations and provided valuable perspectives on the challenges and opportunities we encounter in our work.

Furthermore, we would like to express our appreciation for your dedication to the mission of the American Correctional Association. Your commitment to advancing professionalism, advocating promising practices, and ensuring humane and effective correctional approaches is genuinely commendable.

We sincerely hope that your experience at the 153rd Congress of Correction was both fulfilling and rewarding. We firmly believe that the connections and relationships nurtured during this event will continue to aid us in our growth and the reinforcement of our endeavors.

Once again, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every attendee of the American Correctional Association 153rd Congress of Correction. Your commitment, passion, and contributions are indispensable to our shared mission, and we eagerly anticipate future collaborations and sustained success together. Our Winter conference in National Harbor is just around the corner, scheduled for January 4th-7th, 2024! We look forward to your presence.

Warm regards,

Robert Green

Executive Director