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Parole, Desistance from Crime, and Community Integration Appendix A Workshop Agenda WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2006 8:30–8:45 am WELCOMING REMARKS AND INTRODUCTIONS Carol Petrie, Director Committee on Law and Justice James Q. Wilson, Committee Chair Emeritus, University of California Los Angeles 8:45–9:05 Issues in Reentry Research for NIJ Glenn Schmitt (invited) Acting Director, NIJ 9:05–9:30 Overview of Issues and Workshop Goals Joan Petersilia Committee on Community Supervision and Desistance from Crime University of California, Irvine
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Parole, Desistance from Crime, and Community Integration 9:30–11:00 Community Supervision Current Practice From: Rethinking Rehabilitation: Why Can’t We Reform Our Criminals David Farabee University of California Los Angeles Discussants: Michael Jacobsen, Executive Director Vera Institute of Justice Martin Horn, Commissioner New York City Department of Corrections General Discussion 11:00–11:15 Break 11:15–12:45 pm Therapeutic Models of Community Supervision Efficacy of the Proactive Model of Supervision Faye Taxman Virginia Commonwealth University Discussants: Shadd Maruno Queens College, Belfast 12:45–1:30 Lunch 1:30–3:00 Reentry: The Judicial Model The Role of Problem Solving Courts David B. Wexler J.D. University of Arizona and University of Puerto Rico Discussants: Hon Cindy Lederman, Administrative Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit Juvenile Division Miami-Dade County, Florida
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Parole, Desistance from Crime, and Community Integration Jennifer Skeem (invited) UC Irvine General Discussion 3:00–3:15 Break 3:15–4:30 The Way Forward What Would an Ideal System Look Like? Pamela Lattimore University of South Carolina Discussants: Mark Kleiman University of California, Los Angeles Sharon Neumann, Deputy Director Oklahoma Department of Corrections 4:30–5:00 Wrap-Up Jeremy Travis, President John Jay College New York, NY 5:00 Adjourn