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Supervised Release Talks Justice Reform in Washington D.C.

The following post was written by John Megaw, Director of Special Initiatives
On Friday, October 20, 2017 an intrepid group of Supervised Release staff from Bronx Community Solutions traveled to the 2017 International Criminology Conference at the Whittemore House, home of the Women’s National Democratic Club in Washington, D.C. This annual conference is organized by the Policies Studies Organization of the American Public University System. Despite the utility of the internet, there really is no substitute for hearing directly in-person from those that helped design and implement this bail reform program in New York City.
The format for the presentation titled, Is Supervised Release an Important Part of Justice Reform? Lessons from the New York Unified Court System was a panel discussion which included Ms. Rosa Aguirre, the Associate Director of Case Management Services, Ms. Tracee Page, the Associate Director of Court Operations and Mr. Jamaal Anderson, a Supervised Release Graduate…

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