Smart on Crime – Uniting for Justice Reform

Smart on Crime – Uniting for Justice Reform

Khalil Cumberbatch,
The Fortune SocietyIn September 2018, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Center for American Progress, and the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation cohosted the second annual Smart on Crime Innovations Conference. The event brought together experts from across the political spectrum, all equally committed to criminal justice reform. Researchers, elected officials, and advocates tackled some of today‘s toughest questions regarding our criminal justice system, using evidence-based data, personal accounts, and innovations to offer solutions for change.

See the entire conference at www.jjay.cuny.edu/SmartOnCrime-videos 

Khalil Cumberbatch
Khalil Cumberbatch, The Fortune Society
Carter Stewart, Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, and Mary Fallin, Governor of Oklahoma
(left to right) Rudy Valdez, Director, The Sentence documentary; Vivian Nixon, College and Community Fellowship; and Zoe Towns, FWD.us
(left to right) Rudy Valdez, Director, The Sentence documentary; Vivian Nixon, College and Community Fellowship; and Zoe Towns, FWD.us
(left to right) Randy Petersen, Texas Public Policy/Right on Crime; Eric Gonzalez, District Attorney for Kings County, New York; Barry Scheck, Innocence Project; Ron Davis, 21st Century Policing Solutions; Iris Baez, Anthony Baez Community and Parents Against Police Brutality Foundation; and Shari Silberstein, Equal Justice USA
(left to right) Randy Petersen, Texas Public Policy/Right on Crime; Eric Gonzalez, District Attorney for Kings County, New York; Barry Scheck, Innocence Project; Ron Davis, 21st Century Policing Solutions; Iris Baez, Anthony Baez Community and Parents Against Police Brutality Foundation; and Shari Silberstein, Equal Justice USA
Bill Keller, The Marshal Project, and Mark Holden, Koch Industries, Inc.
Bill Keller, The Marshal Project, and Mark Holden, Koch Industries, Inc.
(left to right) Ed Chung, Center for American Progress; Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama; President Karol V. Mason, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Michael Tubbs, Mayor of Stockton, California
(left to right) Ed Chung, Center for American Progress; Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama; President Karol V. Mason, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Michael Tubbs, Mayor of Stockton, California
Anthony Annucci, Acting Commissioner, New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Anthony Annucci, Acting Commissioner, New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
(left to right) Jeremy Travis, The Laura and John Arnold Foundation; Erica Ford, LIFE Camp, Inc.; Mai Fernandez, National Center for Victims of Crime; and Danielle Sered, Common Justice
(left to right) Jeremy Travis, The Laura and John Arnold Foundation; Erica Ford, LIFE Camp, Inc.; Mai Fernandez, National Center for Victims of Crime; and Danielle Sered, Common Justice
Devon Simmons, Prisoner Reentry Institute, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Devon Simmons, Prisoner Reentry Institute,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Daryl Atkinson, Forward Justice
Daryl Atkinson,
Forward Justice

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