Feb

26

What Works to Promote Reentry Success: Spotlight on Youth Convicted of Sex Offenses

Hosted by the National Reentry Resource Center

To download the slides used in the presentation, click here.

In this webinar panelists share with participants the most recent research on how to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for juveniles who have committed sexual offenses, and provide a practical example of how the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission is working to achieve these goals.

This webinar will be especially useful to juvenile correctional agencies, reentry coordinators, parole staff, and other stakeholders.

Presenters:

Past Event
February 26, 2015, 8:00 am

Hosted by the National Reentry Resource Center

To download the slides used in the presentation, click here.

In this webinar panelists share with participants the most recent research on how to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for juveniles who have committed sexual offenses, and provide a practical example of how the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission is working to achieve these goals.

This webinar will be especially useful to juvenile correctional agencies, reentry coordinators, parole staff, and other stakeholders.

Presenters:

  • Lisa Jacobs, vice chair, Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission
  • Robert Vickery, executive director, Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission
  • Chris Lobanov-Rostovsky, program manager, Sex Offender Management Board at the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice

To view a recording of the webinar on Adult Sex Offenders: Ask the Experts, click here.


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