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RAISE THE AGE, TURN THE PAGE: Reconsidering Juvenile and Criminal Court Jurisdiction in New York
Start Date: 11/19/2013Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Date: 11/19/2013End Time: 1:30 PM

Event Description:
Fall 2013 PFI Symposium-New York State places more 16- and 17-year-old youth in criminal (adult) court than any other state in the country. Other states, including Connecticut, Illinois, and Massachusetts are returning their young people to juvenile or family court by changing the laws that govern the upper age of juvenile court jurisdiction. Such efforts are called “raise the age,” and New York has its own reform movement to pursue this goal.
Contact Information:
Name: Matthew Bond
Phone: 212-621-3792
Admission Information
Register the symposium - click on the link for full
conference details:
Jeffrey A. Butts - Audience Q&A Moderator
Other Details
Guest speakers include:
President Jeremy Travis
Ann Jacobs, Dir. of PRI At John Jay
Marian Wright Edelman
Marsha Levick, Dep. Dir. Juvenile Law Center
Richard Aborn , Pres., Citizens Crime Comm. of NYC
Melanie Hartzog , leads NYC Children's Defense Office
Jennifer March- Exec. Dir. Citizens Comm. for Children of NYC
Angelo Pinto - Campaign Mgr. Juvenile Justice Prog. at
Correctional Assn. of NY
Vincent Schiraldi, Comm. NYC Dept. of Probation
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    Held in 2nd Floor Dining Hall-New Building

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