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Importance of Including Crime Victim Survivor Voices

Tuesday, December 6, 2022, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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A new report, "Smart, Safe, Fair II", by the Justice Policy Institute examines four jurisdictions around the country that reformed its juvenile justice systems by shutting down youth prisons and replacing them with community-based approaches that can assist all youth including those who have committed a violent crime. Such successful reform efforts include the creation of broad and inclusive advocacy coalitions that include crime victims/survivors. The workshop will examine the importance of including victim/survivor voices in advocacy efforts and how to effectively work with victims/survivors.

Tyron Walker, Director of Reentry Services, Georgetown University
Aswad Thomas, Vice President, Alliance for Safety and Justice National Director of Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice
Mai Fernandez, Executive Director, of the National Center for Victims of Crime
Kiersten Stewart, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, Futures Without Violence