This event is not open to the public.
The panel will be held at 3pm in Garrett Hall and will be approximately 45 minutes long. The panel discussion will be moderated by John Hudak of the Brookings Institute. Neill’s co-panelist will be Elizabeth Shepherd, Operations and Compliance Manager for Pacific Outfitters. This event is open to the public.
The film screening will begin at 7:35pm and will last for 94 minutes. The panel will follow the screening and will run about 30 minutes. This event is open to the public.
This event is open to media and the public. Rick will have 30 minutes for the presentation and 30 minutes for the Q & A on why the War on Drugs has been a failure from the perspective of law enforcement.
This event is open to the public. The meeting will begin at 2:30pm. Nick will have 20 minutes to present on DNA collection and rape kits followed by 20-30 minutes of Q & A.
This event is open to the public. The event will be broken down into two 15 minute presentations by Nick and Alex Berenson respectively. There will be a panel discussion following the presentations with Q & A from the audience.
This event is open to the public. The event will begin at 5:30pm. CT state Rep Raghib Allie-Brennan and CT state Sen. Julie Kushner will speak first. Immediately after, Lawrence will participate in a panel discussion on marijuana legalization, regulation, and taxation. Co-panelists include Rev. Tommie Jackson of the Faith Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, Kebra […]
Dinner is set to begin at 6pm. David will have 20 minutes to present on civil asset forfeiture and general criminal justice reform. There will be additional Q & A after the presentation. This is a private event, not open to the public.
This event is NOT open to the public.
Brian will be moderating two panels. These events are open to the public. The first panel is titled “Drug Use and the Criminal Justice System: The State of the State” and takes place at 10:00am in the Grand Ballroom. Co-moderators include Sheriff Jason Sandholdt of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and Dale Woolery, Director of […]
This event is closed to the public.
The presentation will begin at 2:30pm and will revolve around the history of the War on Drugs, current laws, LEAP’s mission, and why legalization is supported. This is a private event and is NOT open to the public.
The panel will discuss the Smart Probation Act and should last around 30 minutes. This event is NOT open to the public.
This event is NOT open to the public. The luncheon will begin at 11:30am. Tulio will speak for about 20 minutes (with Q &A) about civil asset forfeiture and other criminal justice issues.
This event is open to the public. The event begins at 6pm and will open with remarks from Ermont Inc followed by the keynote speaker Michael Maloney from Maloney Law. Following the keynote speech, John Amabile will join a panel discussion alongside Cannabis Control Commissioner Shaleen Title, Cannabis Attorney Blake Mensing, and Norfolk County Assistant […]
Event is open to the public. The event begins at 9:30am with registration and networking. Between 10am and 11am will be the call to order and the keynote by Secretary Rob Green. Debbie will speak during Breakout Session 3A, Nuts & Bolts: Designing an Individual Reentry Plan. David Quinn of Street Reentry of Maryland will […]
This panel will feature co-panelists Wendell France & Raichelle Johnson from Charm City Care Connection. Moderators include Rajani Gudlavalleti and Sam Kerr. The panel will discuss the philosophy of harm reduction and will be from 6pm-8pm.
This event is NOT open to the public. 9:00am- 9:30am – Breakfast 9:30am-10am – Introductions and housekeeping. Facilitators include Michael Collins, Director of National Affairs at Drug Policy Alliance, and Derek Hodel, an independent consultant specializing in management, communications, and public policy in the nonprofit and public sectors. 10:00-10:45am – Session 1 –The History of […]
This event is not open to the public. Mike Butler, Chief of Public Safety for Longmont, CO, will present “Building a Robust Restorative Justice Program in Your Community” at the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice on June 16th from 2:15pm-3:30pm in Directors Row H.
This event is not open to the public. The panel titled “Restorative Justice in Governmental Agencies” will be held from 10:15am-11:45am in Governor’s Square 16. The panel will be moderated by Sethu Nair and will follow the structure below: Structure 1. Opening and Panel Overview (led by Sethu) 2. Tucson PD program presentation (Lt. Dennison) […]