Upcoming Events featuring the Office of Justice Programs Diagnostic Center

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The Office of Justice Programs Diagnostic Center will share data-driven strategies on a variety of criminal justice issues at several upcoming conferences. Join Diagnostic Center team members at the following events to learn about how we help communities address their most pressing public safety concerns using evidence-based solutions.

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) 80th Annual Conference

Improving the City of Seattle and King County’s Capacity to Improve Responses to Juvenile Domestic Violence, Monday July 17, 2017 – Representatives from the City and County will discuss how they worked with the OJP Diagnostic Center to address juvenile domestic violence using an alternative approach. The discussion will also provide insight into the City and County’s efforts to build community-based partnerships for the advancement of juvenile domestic violence service offerings for families.

Prioritizing Reform: Nevada Blue Ribbon Kids Commission’s Strategic Reform of the Child Welfare System, Tuesday July 18, 2017 – Panelists will explain how the Blue Ribbon Commission was established to address concerns regarding Clark County’s child welfare system. Additionally, the panel will focus on how the Diagnostic Center is aiding the Commission to implement sustainable, overarching systemic reform.

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) 41st Annual Training Conference and Exhibition

Building Community Engagement and Reducing Violent Crime in Richmond, California, Sunday July 30, 2017 – Richmond community leaders will discuss their recent issues with community engagement and increased violence. Learn how they are addressing these issues with the help of the Diagnostic Center.

2017 National Forum on Criminal Justice

Maximizing the Opportunity – The Public Safety Partnership Perspective, Tuesday August 1, 2017 – Hear about the training and technical assistance (TTA) resources from the Department of Justice that have been utilized by jurisdictions to assist with violent crime reduction. The discussion will highlight the Diagnostic Center’s TTA efforts to help the city of St. Louis address gun violence using evidence-based strategies.