Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia 2011
Strategies for the Planning, Design, and Security of Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia
Prisons & Correctional Facilities Asia 2011 would focus on advanced design and build strategies for the construction of prisons and corrective facilities. It will also include latest advancements in surveillance and sensor technologies, comprehensive security solutions, best implementation of CCTVs, RFID technology, jammers and communication trackers; planning and security implementation strategy.
Government officials from India, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Brunei, Fiji, Sri Lanka and many others will be discussing the top three challenges facing Asia's prisons - rehabilitation, modernisation, and security concerns in a series of high-level dialogue sessions that will see 15 Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners sharing case studies on managing their respective countries' prisons at the 24-25 May conference.
The private sector's leading prison design experts, including Frazer Bufton, Director of Architecture at HLN ARCHITECTS will also be weighing in on the impact of design on the rehabilitation needs of inmates. Two technical workshops covering modernisation of prison facilities and design challenges, and a site tour to one of Kuala Lumpur's biggest prison facilities have also been included in the comprehensive agenda.
This is the first time an industry-government meet is being held in Kuala Lumpur and the International Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA) is the latest in a series of global organisations to support and attend the event. The event will be attended and closely watched by heads and project leads of prisons, detention and correctional facilities, as well as security and construction consultants from Asia and around the world.
- Visitor Origin:
- Visitor demographic:
- Security Professionals
- (Public Sector / Government)
- Security Vendors
- (Public Sector/Government)
- IQPC Singapore
- 61 Robinson Road #14-01, Robinson Centre, Malaysia