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Pretrial Bootcamp (Sacramento, CA)Includes a Live Event on 08/06/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
This intensive, 2.5-day course will provide an overview of pretrial justice, its legal foundations, and the latest research. The course takes a systems perspective that addresses key pretrial decision points and the system actors that play a role in decision making.
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First Friday Forum - Making Sense of Bail Reform in New York State, a conversation with gabriel sayegh
New York just passed historic pretrial justice reforms. Join PJI and special guest gabriel sayegh from the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice as we discuss what the 2019 legislation means for the state and future criminal justice reform efforts.
How We Talk: Research-Based Communications
PJI CEO Cherise Fanno Burdeen will highlight features of the new Communications and Community Engagement Toolkit, designed to empower users to join discussions around pretrial justice reform in the United States with regard to policy, language, and various media and policymaking forums. This toolkit represents an evolution in our thought process to keep pace with fast-moving changes in conversations around mass incarceration and the role of pretrial justice.
First Friday Forum - What's Happening in Pretrial (May 2019)
Pretrial improvements are underway across the country. Join PJI as we provide an update on changing practices, legislation, and litigation efforts, as well as new resources.
Responding to Violations: New Approaches in Lucas & Mecklenburg Counties
In the event that someone fails to adhere to the conditions of his or her release, the supervising agency needs to determine the best course of action to achieve the goals of pretrial release. Representatives from Lucas and Mecklenburg Counties join us to share some new approaches to responding to technical violations.
We've Chosen an Assessment Now What
Deciding on an assessment tool is an important first step in improving pretrial practices in your jurisdiction. In this session we'll talk about creating an effective and transparent decision-making framework to make the most of the assessment.
Pretrial Release Without Money in NYC
In 2018 there were more than three times as many releases without money than money bail in New York City. Join special guests Aubrey Fox and Miriam Popper as they talk about pretrial improvements highlighted in a new report from the NYC Criminal Justice Agency.
"Who Are You Calling Unfair?" An Online Discussion of Pretrial Fairness
This interactive webcast used live text-based polling to spark a discussion about what fairness might look like and feel like for defendants at the pretrial stage.