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Criminal Justice Reform: Alternatives to Incarcerating Our Youth

Saturday, May 1, 2021, 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM
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In 2019, the Johnson County District Attorney's office filed 1,504 cases against juvenile offenders (ages 10-17).

Once incarcerated, children are at risk of physical and psychological abuse and inadequate educational instruction, often leading to future arrests.

Join us to learn about alternatives to the incarceration of youth and a panel discussion about how to hold youth accountable while also providing them opportunities for redemption and success.

  • Darryl Burton, co-founder of Miracle of Innocence
  • Barbara Staib, director of development and communications, National Association for Shoplifting Prevention
  • Lora McDonald, executive director of Metro Organization for Racial and Economic Equity (MORE2)
Janet Milkovich, vice president, League of Women Voters of Johnson County

Free and open to the public. Advance registration is required.