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Dan Macallair presents on juvenile justice at Congregation Sherith Israel, Feb. 2

On Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 12:30 pm, the San Francisco synagogue, Congregation Sherith Israel, is hosting a panel discussion on juvenile justice entitled, Rethinking Juvenile Justice: Get Tough or Get Smart? The panel will explore factors that increase the possibilities for rehabilitation and deter future criminal conduct by young offenders.

Presenters include:

~ Daniel Macallair, CJCJ Executive Director

~ Bruce Fisher, Huckleberry Youth Programs Executive Director

~ Denise Coleman, Huckleberry juvenile justice programs Director

~ Gavin O'Neill, Huckleberry Community Assessment and Referral Center Director

~ Felix Lucero, former youth offender working in numerous community service programs

Lunch is provided, reservations required. Please see attached flyer for more details.

Keywords: Daniel Macallair, presentation, rehabilitation, San Francisco, state policy

Posted in Juvenile Justice

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