Juvenile Justice Concerns and Local Solutions

Posted by Rutgers University on March 2, 2015

Creating Bridges for Camden’s Youth
Juvenile Justice Concerns and Local Solutions

Event Summary
This three-part program will delve into key issues affecting the New Jersey juvenile justice system. Marsha Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel of the Juvenile Law Center, will present a keynote address during lunch. Following the address, the first panel discussion focuses on opportunities for reform and the second panel focuses on preventative measures at the school-based level. Experts will provide insight into specific practices and resources utilized to partner with stakeholders involved in the juvenile justice system.

After the discussions, please stay for a reception sponsored by the Committee on Institutional Equity and Diversity (CIED) in the Stedman Gallery, which is exhibiting “Juvenile in Justice,” a collection of photographs of juveniles in prison facilities by Richard Ross.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
12:00-5:00 PM

Main Event:
Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center, 326 Penn Street

Hosted by Rutgers School of Law-Camden and the Rutgers-Camden Community Leadership Center (CLC)


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