JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM
222 Madison Ave
Innovative Community-based Juvenile Justice Strategies That Work
• Transforming a System’s Response to Juvenile Arrest Wansley Walters, Miami-Dade Juvenile Services Department
• Developing Effective Models of Community Supervision
Terri Odom, Superior Court of D.C., Court Social Services Division
• The New York City Experience: Expanding Prosecutorial Use of Community-Based Alternatives while Maintaining Public Safety Larry Busching, New York City Law Department, Family Court Division
• Thursday, October 29, 2009, 1 – 4 p.m.
• New York State Museum: Huxley Theater, Albany
Registration and Contact
• Register through the DCJS website at: www.criminaljustice.state.ny.us
• Send an email to: email@example.com to request a registration form via fax, or
• Call Lorraine Hogan at 518-485-9609
In conjunction with the Office of Children and Family Services, the Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives, Senator Velmanette Montgomery, Chair of the Senate Committee on Children and Families and Assemblyman William Scarborough, Chair of the Assembly Committee on Children and Families, the Division of Criminal Justice Services is hosting a symposium series to explore cost-effective ways in which New York’s juvenile justice system can be reformed. This symposium, the fourth in a five-part series, focuses on community responses to juvenile crime.
This symposium is being supported by a generous gift
From the Public Welfare Foundation