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Uniting key stakeholders from government, criminal justice and the community, Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils (CJCC) offer an effective way to improve your local justice system. Learn the essential elements of establishing and strengthening CJCCs, the driving force behind successful criminal justice efforts in leading counties. Whether you're looking to create a CJCC from scratch or enhance an existing one, discover the invaluable insights needed to make your county's justice system more efficient, fair and just.
 

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Speakers

Jerry L. Evans

Jerry L. Evans

Polk County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Tiana Glenna

Tiana Glenna

Criminal Justice Services Director, Eau Claire County, Wis
Thomas Eberly

Thomas Eberly

Justice Management Institute
Mandy Potapenko

Mandy Potapenko

National Institute of Corrections

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