Facebook Live Conversations at the Safety and Justice Challenge Network Meeting
May 16, 2019 | Grantee News | Criminal Justice

Last week in San Diego, representatives from the Safety and Justice Challenge gathered for a Network Meeting to discuss best practices in their efforts to reduce over-incarceration and rethink jails. Some of the participants took to MacArthur’s Facebook page to host live discussions on important topics in criminal justice reform.

Christopher James of the W. Haywood Burns Institute and Kristina Henson of Palm Beach County on the importance of engaging the community in local justice reform.

 

Ronald Simpson-Bey of JustLeadershipUSA and Carmen Pacheco-Jones of the Spokane County Sheriff's Office are live to talk about the importance of involving voices of formerly incarcerated individuals in local criminal justice reform.
 

Tiffany Iheanacho of Buncombe County and Mai Fernandez of the National Center for Victims of Crime on the importance of on engaging victims of crime as allies in reform.

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