The first annual Juvenile Justice Forum to honor Kim Culp and her work as the first director of the Douglas County Juvenile Assessment Center. Her work sought to divert young people in trouble from the criminal justice system.
Attendees get the opportunity to hear from a panel of key individuals who work in the juvenile justice field:
Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC)
Chris Rodgers, Douglas County Commissioner
Nebraska Juvenile Probration: Accomplishments and challenges
Jeanne Brandner, Deputy, Probation Administrator-
Juvenile Services Division
Programs that Work in Nebraska
Anne Hobbs, Ph.D., Director, UNO Juvenile Justice Institute
Juvenile Justice Progress: The past ten years and upcoming legislation
Juliet Summers, JD, Juvenile Justice Policy Coordinator, Voices for Children
Inspector General's Report on Probation
Julie Rogers, Inspector General, Child Welfare & Juvenile Probation"
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