Building Meaningful Partnerships Across the Corrections/Community Divide

October 14, 2013

At times, the differences in culture and outlook among corrections professionals and community members or government and non-government personnel can seem staggering. Yet building truly effective partnerships that can bridge this divide is essential to achieving long-term improvements for people leaving prisons, jails, and juvenile facilities. This session discusses different approaches for making these partnerships work and will be invited to share their own experiences.

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