May 23, 2013
San FranciscoAs California and the nation show increasing positive signs of sustained economic recovery, the Bay Area Council is focusing its 2013 Outlook...
California Forward is working to make government more accountable, transparent, and focused on results. We're holding events and partnering with organizations all over the state to hear from our fellow Californians and share CA Fwd's work to stabilize the state budget, make local governments more accountable, and encourage local governments and agencies to work together. Californians deserve a government that works – providing essential education, health, public safety and other services that are efficient and effective. To date, we have spoken to more than 60,000 Californians and counting!
Below is a list of upcoming events involving CA Fwd. Please check back regularly, as this list is updated often, and join us!
San Francisco Jazz Center, 201 Franklin Street, San FranciscoAs California and the nation show increasing positive signs of sustained economic recovery, the Bay Area Council is focusing its 2013 Outlook Conference on Thinking Big about how the recession and its aftermath have created a unique opportunity for transformation and renewal. Join us for a series of
Sheraton Grand Hotel, 1230 J Street, SacramentoA variety of issues swirling around the Capitol could have significant impacts on California counties: the Affordable Care Act, CEQA reform and realignment to name a few. Lets also not forget about the 2013-14 state budget. The 2013 CSAC Legislative Conference, set for May 29-30 in Sacramento, will
Online, , OnlineJoin us for a webinar featuring Lisa Rodriguez, Chief of the Case Issuance and Extraditions Division, District Attorney's Office, San Diego County, discussing aspects of AB 109 that make it difficult, in its practical application, to achieve the full intent of the legislation. AB 109 is complex and,
Sheraton Grand Sacramento, 1230 J Street, SacramentoPlease join PPIC for a conversation with California Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg about the future of the state. Senator Steinberg will talk with PPIC president Mark Baldassare about important issues facing California, including financing K12 education, reforming the initiative process,
CSAC Conference Center, 1020 11th Street, 2nd Floor, SacramentoWhat are local governments doing to facilitate the new kinds of civic engagement enabled by today's communications technologies? With the explosion of real-time connectivity and open data, Americans are beginning to engage City Hall in uniquely dynamic ways. How can government evolve to harness the
Bechtel Conference Center at PPIC, 500 Washington Street, ground floor, San FranciscoCalifornia's electorate is the largest and most diverse in the nation. How well is our election system working for state residents? What efforts should be made to improve it? A panel of experts will discuss these questions and address a range of topics critical to California's democracy, from access
Online, , OnlineNOTE: Actual event time TBA On June 12, 2013, the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) will launch its first-ever virtual conference, Cuff Key to Door Key: A Systems Approach to Reentry. Topics covered during the conference will include mental health, sentencing, a review of successful reentry pr
California Chamber of Commerce, California Room, 1215 K Street, Suite 1400, SacramentoJoin the Partnership for Community Excellence for a special forum on Friday, June 21st to discuss the opportunities and challenges in the use of split sentencing in California. Objectives Understand the legal framework for split sentencing; Learn more about the evidence base for split sentencing a
Sacramento - must register for exact location, , SacramentoA CONTINUING EDUCATION FORUM This session will provide an overview of legal and evidence-based principles for pretrial justice in California. The session will explore the public safety and cost saving implications of pretrial justice practices. Policy level strategies and tools for un
Hilton Baltimore, 401 West Pratt Street, BaltimoreThe American Probation and Parole Association invites you to be a part of the premier Training Institute in the community corrections industry. The Institute is not to be missed if you are someone who works in the areas of pretrial, probation, parole, juvenile justice, treatment, social work, educat
Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave NW, WashingtonPutting Implementation into Practice: Tools for Quality and Sustainability The mission of the Global Implementation Conference is to gather implementation stakeholders to promote collaboration, exchange information about advances in implementation science, practice, and policy, and define key direct
John Ascuaga's Nugget, 1100 Nugget Ave, RenoThe 2nd Annual Conference in the What Matters Series "One Criminal Justice System with Many Decision Makers: Working toward A Shared Vision" ICCA is pleased to offer a unique opportunity for individuals to come together, in a common experience, and explore how their counterparts in other jurisd
Holiday Inn Portland - By the Bay, 88 Spring Street, PortlandMark your calendars for October 6-10, 2013 to attend the 15th Biannual Adult and Juvenile Female Offender (AJFO) Conference in Portland Maine: "Waves of Change, Oceans of Possibility" The first AJFO conference was hosted in 1985 by the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Until then, no mechanism ex