Criminal Justice Reform National Series | Part 3 – Community Corrections (Virtual)
June 24, 2020 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Community corrections is used to refer collectively to the programs that supervise offenders outside of the prison system, such as probation, parole/extended supervision, and work release. Join AFF-Milwaukee, Badger Institute policy analyst Julie Grace, and Americans for Prosperity Criminal Justice Fellow Greg Glod for a discussion panel on community corrections reform that would result in safe communities, improved reintegration for offenders, and reduced costs for taxpayers.
This event is the third part of a multi-chapter criminal justice reform series, presented by AF-Phoenix, AF-Chicago, AF-Grand Rapids, and AF-Milwaukee, and will feature expert-led discussions on criminal justice reform issues of importance to all Americans, such as civil asset forfeiture, qualified immunity, and more.
Julie Grace, Badger Institute Policy Analyst
Greg Glod, Criminal Justice Fellow at Americans for Prosperity