ACJRca Fall Conference 2019
October 24 @ 8:00 am - October 25 @ 1:00 pm| Free – $150
RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN CONVERSATION
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Hotel Information: We have added to the interest of our Fall Conference by having it at A UNIQUE AND HISTORIC SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOCATION: THE MISSION INN AND SPA IN RIVERSIDE. To receive the conference hotel rate ($172/night), mention Association for Criminal Justice. This rate is good until October 2nd.
Note: The Parking fee is $17 per day.
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FALL CONFERENCE PROGRAM
Program Chair: Nancy Rodriquez, Professor,Criminology, Law and Society, University of California, Irvine
Research and Practice in Conversation
Conference Day 1: 10/24
8:15 – 9am: Registration
9-9:15: Welcome: Mikaela Rabinowitz; Nancy Rodriguez
9:15-10:00am: Keynote: Riverside County Assistant DA Michelle Paradise
10 – 10:15 am: Break
10:15-11:45am: Collaboration between Criminal Justice Agencies and Outside Researchers: Examples, Experiences, and Advice
Moderator: Randie Chance, Director, California Department of Justice Research Center
- Susan Turner, UC Irvine
- James Vooris, Imperial County Sheriff’s Office
- Presley Center, UC Riverside
- Holly Child, Santa Clara Probation Department
1:00-1:30pm: Student Posters
1:45-3:15pm: Law Enforcement: Findings and Implications of Recent Research
- Magnus Lofstrom and Brandon Martin, Public Policy Institute of CA
- Marisa Arrona, Californians for Safety and Justice
- Cynthia Burke, San Diego Association of Government
3:30-4:30pm: Networking Event
4:30: Happy Hour
Conference Day 2: 10/25
8-8:30: Late Registration
8:30-9:15: Keynote: Chief Deputy Jamie Clayton, Imperial County Sheriff’s Office
9:30-11:00am: Community Engagement and Community-Centered Research
Moderator: Nancy Rodriquez, Professor, Department of Criminology, Law and Society, UC Irvine
- Anthony Robles, Youth Justice Coalition
- Molly Kraus and Jessica Diep, Cal State LA
- Assistant Chief Ruben Leyva, San Diego County Probation
- Lauren Bell, San Francisco Adult Probation Department
11:15am-12:45pm: Criminal Justice Fines and Fees,
Moderator: Tara Agnese, Director of Research, San Francisco Adult Probation
- Bryan Sykes, UC Irvine
- Martha Wright, Judicial Council of California
- TBD (Pilot site with the Ability to Pay project – possibly Tulare)
12:45-1pm: Closing and Thank You: Mikaela Rabinowitz and Nancy Rodriguez
1-2:30: Board meeting and Luncheon (Board members and invitees)