CORRECTIONS, COMMUNITY AND REENTRY:
THE PATHWAY TOWARD A MORE EFFECTIVE SYSTEM
Date: October 15, 2010
Location: Hannaford Lecture Hall, USM Portland Campus
Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm
The NAACP Portland Branch, Crime and Justice Institute at Community Resources for Justice, and the Maine Department of Corrections are pleased to present a facilitated conversation with national and state corrections experts, practitioners, policy makers and community members, with support from the National Institute of Corrections and the University of Maine School of Law. This daylong symposium is intended to expand our collective understanding, action, and investment in achieving better outcomes for offender reentry to our communities.
We are pleased to have national leaders in criminal justice, George M. Keiser of the National Institute of Corrections and Dr. Edward Latessa of the University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice, along with University of Maine School of Law professor Malick Ghachem join us for the day.
Please visit http://cjinstitute.org/MaineSymposium for more information, including registration and sponsorship opportunities.