Lessons Learned to Reduce Youth Incarceration: The COVID Impact – May 23

Posted by Children First on May 10, 2022

Juvenile detention declined during COVID with better outcomes for youth.

Join us in Philadelphia as local stakeholders discuss what happened to reduce the number of youth in delinquent detention and residential placement at the onset of the COVID pandemic, and highlight the key decisions and lessons learned.

Speakers include:

  • Faustino Castro-Jimenez, Chief, Juvenile Probation, Juvenile Branch, Phila. Family Court, First Judicial District
  • Lisa Pema Harvey, Chief, Juvenile Branch, Phila. Family Court, First Judicial District
  • Keisha Hudson, Chief Defender, Defender Association of Phila.
  • Robert Listenbee, First Assistant District Attorney, Phila. District Attorney’s Office
  • Gary D. Williams, Deputy Commissioner of Juvenile Justice Services, Phila. Department of Human Services

Date and Time: Monday, May 23, 2022, 3:00-5:00 PM

Location: Temple Center City, 1515 Market Street, Phila. PA

Admission to this in-person event is free, but please register here.

Contact Laurie Dow at lauried@childrenfirstpa.org with questions.


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