NEW CONFERENCE LOCATION: Due to problems with the Hotel Ballroom, our conference has been moved to the McCLELLAN CONFERENCE CENTER, 5411 Luce Ave (corner of Palm and Luce). There will be shuttle from the hotel.
Conference Schedule: The final program is now posted below. A .pdf version can be found in Publications. Refresh this page to view the latest changes.
Fees: The Fee Schedule is found after the program. Students registering for the full conference and paying for Thursday lunch may have their lunch fee refunded if scholarship money is available. Refunds will be awarded in order of reservation date.
Hotel: Information on the Lion’s Gate Hotel is below. Airport shuttle available. Free parking. There are no more rooms available. Call the Hotel (916-643-6222) for suggestions of other hotels.
TO REGISTER BY MAIL:
There is a pdf version of the registration form that can be printed, completed and mailed with a check. To access this form, click here.
TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE ON-LINE:
The on-line registration is accessed by clicking the REGISTER button found at the very bottom of this page, after the program and hotel information and just below the fee schedule. To skip down to the button click here.
Note that if you sign up for lunch or dinner our form could consider you to be a “second” attendee. Just enter your name again as the second attendee. FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INCLUDES THURSDAY LUNCH.
On-line membership is a separate process (including separate payment) from conference registration. The application is found in the Membership menu.
IMPORTANT: If you are registering and paying for someone else, please enter the name that will appear on the PayPal form (the credit cardholder) in the box on the registration form. If you are registering other attendees, we want to know their work titles and email addresses for our records (and for conference badges).
If you have any questions or run into problems, email website coordinator Mike Stefanko at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAINTAINING MOMENTUM IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT:
CONTINUING THE USE OF RESEARCH BASED CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICES
Program Chair: Francine Byrne, Manager, Criminal Justice Services, Operations and Programs Division, Judicial Council of California
Thursday March 23, 2017
8:15 am Registration: Club Ballroom B
9:00 am President’s Welcome and Introduction: Campbell Bullock, Executive Director, San Joaquin Community Data Co-op
Conference Overview: Francine Byrne, Manager, Research and Program Administration Unit, Criminal Justice Services, Judicial Council of California
9:15 am Keynote Address: Dr. Garen Wintemute, Director, Violence Prevention Research Center, University of California at Davis, Researching Firearms Violence and Its Impact
10:15-11:45 Justice, Safety, and Well-Being – Hearing from Survivors of Crime
MODERATOR: Arley Lindberg, Research Analyst, Judicial Council of California
PANEL: Dionne Wilson, National Survivor Advocate, Alliance for Safety and Justice
Dr. Carina Gallo, Assistant Professor of Criminology, Holy Names University
Tashante McCoy, Founder and President, Stockton Angel Mothers
11:45-1:00 pm Luncheon: Club Ballroom A
1:00- 2:30 pm Police Community Interactions
MODERATOR: Sonya Tafoya, Supervising Research Analyst, Criminal Justice Court Services Office, Judicial Council of California
PANEL: Dr. Kendall Zoller, President, Sierra Training Associates, Inc.
Rylan Simpson, Doctoral Student, Department of Criminology, Law and Society University of California, Irvine
Chief Eric Jones, Chief of Police, Stockton Police Department. National Initiative for Building Trust and Justice
2:30- 3:15 pm Speed Networking Facilitator: Meredith Lebray, Community Researcher, San Joaquin Community Data Co-Op
3:30 –5:00 pm Treatment and Health Care in a Changing Environment
MODERATOR: Elizabeth Siggins, Criminal Justice Project Consultant
PANEL: Dr. Lois Davis, RAND, Senior Policy Researcher, Treatment Access, Need and Outcomes in the Reentry Population
Marlise Perez, Division Chief, Substance Use Disorder Compliance Division California Department of Health Care Services,
Medicaid Access and Options under Changing Leadership
Kirsten Barlow, Executive Director, County Behavioral Health Directors Association of CA, Medicaid Access and Options: The County Perspective
5:00 pm Adjourn to No-Host Reception: Bar Lounge
6:30 pm Association Business Meeting and Dinner: Fireside Room
Friday March 24, 2017
8:00 am Late Registration: Club Ballroom B
8:15am President’s Report: Campbell Bullock, Executive Director, San Joaquin Community Data Co-op
8:30 am Data Innovations and Challenges
MODERATOR: Tara Agnese, Research Director, San Francisco Adult Probation Department
PANEL: Jenny Montoya-Tansey, Director of Safety and Justice, Code for America Code for America
Dr. Gipsy Escobar, Director of Research, Measures for Justice and Lauren Pearce, Data Outreach Manager, Measures for Justice
Dan O’Connell, Attorney: Standardizing Charge Codes
10:00 am Reentry
MODERATOR: Dr. Mikaela Rabinowitz, Director, Research and Evaluation, Resource Development Associates
PANEL: Jennifer Henderson-Frakes, Senior Associate, Social Policy Research Associates, and Hannah Betesh, MPP, Senior Associate & Assistant Director, Workforce Development and Human Services, Social Policy Research Associates, LEAP Evaluation
Andrew Wiegand, President, Social Policy Research Associates, ReXO, an Adult Reentry Program
Josie Halpern-Finnerty, Violence Prevention Program Planner, Human Services Department, City of Oakland, Learning While Doing: Building a Coordinated Violence Intervention Network in Oakland
12 Noon ADJOURN