CJCJ co-hosts the Correctional Crisis Conference
In June 2010 the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice entered into a unique partnership with the California Correctional Peace Officer's Association by co-hosting the Correctional Crisis Conference. This collaborative effort convenes California's leading correctional experts and stakeholders from the entire spectrum of the criminal justice system.
The goal of the roundtable discussions is to develop a set of policy recommendations for the gubernatorial candidates that will elevate the political discourse and provide sensible solutions to corrections issues that are in the interests of all Californians. Learn more from Executive Director Daniel Macallair's blog posting, and view the original invitation letter and the press release below.
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