NOTICE: We have reached capacity for in-person attendance, but you may still register to attend via web conference.
Starting July 1, 2013, a significant change will take place in the states parole system. The parole revocation process will transfer from the Board of Parole Hearings and will become a local court-based process. What will the process look like at the county level? What challenges and opportunities will this change create for counties? How are counties preparing for the change?
Join the Partnership for Community Excellence for a special forum on March 19 to learn about and discuss the new parole revocation process. Through this discussion the Partnership will develop a short issue paper that will be distributed widely to inform stakeholders on the new process and key issues. Presenters and discussants include:
- Lt. Wayne Bilowit Legislative Advocate, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
- Lesli M. Caldwell, Public Defender, Solano County
- Tom Hoffman, Executive Fellow, Police Foundation, Senior Advisor to the Partnership, and Former Director of the Division of Adult Parole Operations at CDCR
- Chief Ron Lawrence, Rocklin Police Department
- Judge Stephen Manley, Santa Clara County Superior Court
- Judge Lisa Rodriguez, Chief of the Case Issuance and Extraditions Division, District Attorney's Office, San Diego County
- Guillermo Viera Rosa, Associate Director (A), Litigation Compliance Unit & Realignment - Court Transition, Division of Adult Parole Operations, CDCR
Seating is limited, so advance registration is highly recommended. There is no charge to attend. Lunch will be provided.
The forum begins at 11 a.m. You're invited to join us at 10 a.m. for coffee and informal networking.
Participation by phone/web conference is also available.
For more information and to register, please CLICK HERE.
The Partnership for Community Excellence is a project of California Forward. The mission of The Partnership for Community Excellence (PCE) is to provide information and assistance to enable county officials and local criminal justice agencies to build the capacity, culture, infrastructure and integrated systems necessary to successfully implement Realignment and improve public safety outcomes.
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