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  1. 1. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference 2009 | Washington, DC June 24–26, Optional Pre-Conference Workshop: June 24, 2009 Optional Post-Conference Workshop: June 26, 2009 The 2009 Reduce Recidivism and Reintegrate Former Juvenile Offenders into Society Featuring Two Interactive and Informative Workshops: • Plan for the Future: Strategies for Winning Grants and Managing Resources • Create a Plan for After-Care Coordination and Services You Will Learn to: Prevent Recidivism and the Likelihood of Juvenile Re-Offenses Address Substance Abuse and Other Behavioral Problems Create a jurisdiction-wide model which utilizes programming Provide treatment and programs to help rehabilitate users to reduce arrests and re-offense and prevent future delinquent behavior Encourage Positive Youth Development through Devise Quality After-Care Services to Promote Mentor Programs Successful Reintegration Learn to communicate to forge lasting relationships that help Engage probation, parole and after-care staff to provide at-risk youth seamless transition for juvenile ex-offenders 1
  2. 2. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Who Pre-Conference Workshops are hands-on, interactive sessions with specially designed exercises and projects that have immediate application. With this application session, you will enhance your training experience by establishing Should Attend: a reference point of knowledge, language and methodologies for the rest of the event. This workshop will examine how to navigate the grants landscape to improve your expertise and gain additional knowledge of practical tools to implement from field experts. Enrollment space is limited, so register today to reserve your place. • Transition Coordinators • Probation Officers Day One: June 24, 2009 • Parole Officers • Mental Health Providers 8:30 Breakfast & Registration • Correctional Institute Staff 9:00 Pre-Conference Workshop • Special Education Providers Plan for the Future: Strategies for Winning Grants and Managing Resources • Social Workers With growing competition for grants, organizations and agencies are under pressure to measure, evaluate and improve program outcomes to secure and maintain funding. • Case Managers Performance management is an important tool that enables more effective grant management. In this workshop, explore vital aspects of grant and proposal development and • Counselors develop a framework for measuring and reporting the performance of your programs. You will learn to: • School Administrators • Understand emerging accountability and transparency issues in grants management • Create grant applications that set your organization apart by linking performance … and anyone interested in measures to the effectiveness of your grant assisting with the juvenile • Evaluate your grants and report back to funders reentry process • Target agencies that can help you reach your goals as well as focus on methods of fostering these relationships to build long-lasting partnerships • Link performance-based grants to organizational performance measures Heather B. D’Amore Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services Law Enforcement Grants Coordinator 12:00 Pre-Conference Workshop Adjourns/Lunch Break/Conference Registration 2
  3. 3. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Reasons Day One, Continued: June 24, 2009 to Attend: 1:00 Keynote Address Effectively Reducing Arrests and Re-Offenses in Juveniles: The Miami-Dade Approach 1. Develop a system-wide Since 1998, the Miami-Dade County Juvenile Services Department has reduced arrests by 34%, reduced repeat offenders by 71%, saved police departments 21.9 million dollars, and aftercare coordination saved the Juvenile Justice System over 46 million dollars through its innovative programming, plan to assist youth including the Civil Citation Initiative. This initiative reforms the protocol on how police and the in need community address juvenile first-time misdemeanor offenders by referring juveniles to Miami- Dade County’s Juvenile Services Department for assessment and treatment services as opposed 2. Implement necessary to an immediate arrest. In this keynote address, hear about this dynamic model for the juvenile justice arena and how to replicate this system to reduce arrests and repeat offenders. steps to reduce Wansley Walters juvenile substance Director abuse and reduce Miami Dade Juvenile Services Department behavioral problems through treatment 2:30 3. Create a step-by-step Break & Refreshments plan of action to reduce 2:45 juvenile arrests and Prepare for Parole, Probation and After-Care Coordination recidivism To make parole and probation services effective, a plan for success must begin before the release of an incarcerated juvenile into society. Determine the point when planning should 4. Build and implement begin, who should be involved, and what should be assessed. Ensure juveniles have successful public-private the highest chance of success in the community by getting a head start on an effective partnerships to encourage reintegration plan. youth success in TeNeane P. Bradford - ABD, MAMNGT, MAHRDV the community Intensive Supervision State Coordinator/Reentry SC DJJ Office of Community Justice 5. Identify and obtain program grants and other 4:00 Day One Adjourns resources to improve juvenile reentry 3
  4. 4. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Day Two: June 25, 2009 8:30 1:45 Continental Breakfast Break & Refreshments 9:00 2:00 Keynote Address Juveniles and Web 2.0: A High-Crime Connection Communicate with and Engage At-Risk Youth Today’s youth use the internet for research, homework, downloading Effective communication is essential to working with any at-risk youth music, networking with peers and updating their blogs. Unfortunately, because many times they tune out authority figures or those they this technology brings impressionable youth within a click of the believe don’t understand their situation. However, with a correctly world of crime, gangs, drugs and other destructive behaviors. Hear targeted messages and proper follow-up, the right communication how Web 2.0 technologies reach youth and how to promote safe promotes dialogue between youths and professionals. In this session, and productive use of technology. Also, learn to engage youth learn the importance of effective communication and the techniques through Web 2.0 using creative and positive approaches. to overcome any barrier to achieving your mission. Randy Avila Carol Shapiro Juvenile Detective President San Diego Sheriff’s Department Family Justice 3:00 10:15 Help Overcome Substance Abuse and Break & Refreshments Violent Behavior 10:30 Many juvenile offenders abuse substances or behave violently, Interagency and Community Collaboration: A contributing to their crimes. However, many juvenile courts do not Winning Partnership identify teens’ substance abuse or provide treatment during the court In a time when resources are at a premium, institutional and process, causing youth to reenter the community and repeat the cycle community collaboration is an easy and effective way to help of substance abuse and crime. In this session, learn specific steps juveniles re-enter society successfully. In this session, learn to juvenile courts can take to provide drug and alcohol assessment, implement proven practices to sustain partnerships, promote evidence-based treatment, community-based services to help the awareness and improve the juvenile reentry process through family, and follow-up to ensure teens stays on track. community-wide partnerships. Examine how to engage probation, schools and community coalitions to help facilitate success within the community and juvenile justice system. 4:00 Conference Adjourns Gary Blair Chester County Juvenile Detention Center 11:45 Lunch Break 12:45 Establish Performance Measures for Reentry Programs To establish program performance measures that support successful reentry practices, you must define program goals and objectives. In this session, experts review how to implement a system that meets offenders’ needs and avoids common pitfalls of performance measurement. To enhance your reentry program, attend this session to decide what to measure and what performance indicators to consider from city, state and national initiatives. 4
  5. 5. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Answering Post-Conference Workshops are practical, supplementary application sessions which incorporate and review tools, techniques and methods presented during the event. Participants will obtain a further understanding of how to use newly acquire the Call tools and cutting-edge strategies to aftercare coordination and collaboration. Through group exercises and scenario-based learning, you’ll walk away with the expertise and resources needed for immediate and practical application. Enrollment space is limited, so registered today to reserve your place. The Law Enforcement Development Center has Post-Conference Workshop: June 26, 2009 teamed up with The Police Policy Studies Council to create 8:30 Answering the Call, a quarterly Post-Conference Registration & Continental Breakfast journal for law enforcement and first responders. 9:00 Answering the Call provides Post-Conference Workshop an in-depth look at today’s Create a Plan for After-Care Coordination hottest issues, including law An effective aftercare program not only involves the coordination of basic probation/parole services, but the details to ensure attendance and follow through. In this session you will enforcement management, work to create a complete aftercare/transition plan for a newly released juvenile. Actively emergency preparedness, use work with fellow attendees to ensure basic conditions of probation/parole are being met, of force, funding and grants, from education and employment placements, to working out transportation, mentoring and counseling. Ensure that every aspect of the juvenile’s action plan is accounted for and technological capable of being met. innovations, • Determine how an after-care plan can leverage resources to become more and more! comprehensive and sustainable ENT RCEM WINTER 2008 FOR LAW ENFO Y JOURNAL A QUARTERL ONDERS & FIRST RESP Studies Council • Create a template and timeline for devising an after-care/transitional plan that you’re The Police Policy Institute and Performance Presented by The your current juvenile services model Featuring • Creating community collaborations and a shared youth vision to support connecting youth to services FUNDING SECURITY HOMELAND 1 2008 LOGY Winter TECHNO USE OF FORCE PREPAREDNESS • Utilize strategies to evaluate your current coordination plan and forecast for the future the Call EMERGENCYng MENT Answeri EMENT MANAGE NARCOTICS LAW ENFORC MENT ER MANAGE SEX OFFEND Kenneth M. Karamichael Director Rutgers University To download the latest issue T.E.E.M. GATEWAY / Youth Success Center of Answering the Call, please visit 12:00 Post-Conference Workshop Adjourns 5
  6. 6. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Sponsorship Post-conference webinars are an extension of learning beyond the two-day event. This 90 minutes webinar will enhance your program experience and provide additional resources for immediate implementation of identifying ways to help Opportunities the success of achieve effective program coordination. As a conference and training Post-Conference Webinar: July 8, 2009 provider, The Performance Institute is an expert in Effective Program Coordination: The Tools for Successful Reentry bringing together leaders to share and discuss best Date: July 8, 2009 practices and innovations. We Time: 2:00-3:30 PM EST connect decision makers with respected solution providers. Upon release from a detention or correctional facility, juveniles are placed into the hands of a number of different care providers who must all coordinate with each other to ensure the highest chance of success. During this interactive webinar, learn the best strategies and The Institute offers four practices to ensure proper coordination and adequate aftercare to allow for the probability different pre-designed of successful change. sponsorship packages: Priority Code: F607 To register for the webinar, visit • Event Co-Sponsor • Session Sponsor • Luncheon Sponsor • Exhibit Booth Sponsor For more information on sponsorships or to get started, contact Jessica Ward at 703-894-0481 x 215 or 6 6
  7. 7. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference In-House Training About One of the more popular vehicles for accessing the Institute’s educational offerings is the delivery of on-site trainings and management facilitations. Bringing a training or The Performance facilitation in-house gives you the opportunity to customize a program that addresses your exact challenges and provides a more personal learning experience, while Institute: virtually eliminating travel expenses. Whether you require training for a small group or for an organizational-wide initiative, the advanced learning methods employed by The Performance Institute (PI) will create an intimate training atmosphere that maximizes knowledge transfer to enhance the talent within your organization. Called “the leading think tank in performance measurement for CUSTOMIZATION government” on OMB’s ExpectMore. gov, The Performance Institute has We realize that not all obstacles can be overcome by applying an “off-the-shelf solution”. While many training providers will offer you some variation of their standard been a leader in Performance training, PI’s subject matter experts will work with you and your team to examine Management training and policy your programs and determine your exact areas of need. The identification of real since the 2000 administration life examples will create a learning atmosphere that resonates with participants and transition. As part of the Government provides immediate return on your training investment. Using interactive exercises that Performance Coalition, a group of employ actual projects or scenarios from your organization, instructors can address good government organizations, the specific challenges and align the curriculum of each session to your objectives. While Institute worked in 2000 to deliver the majority of on-site trainings are focused on smaller groups, PI also has the ability to recommendations to the then new accommodate organizational-wide training initiatives. Utilizing multiple instructors, PI administration on what would become has the capacity to deliver courses to groups of up to 300 participants per day. the President’s Management Agenda. AREAS OF EXPERTISE In 2009, the Institute is leading Innovations in Government: From On-site delivery of single courses, certification programs and entire packages of specialized Transition to Transformation, or courses are available in the following areas:, a collection of forums, • Strategic Planning research and recommendations to bring • Performance Measurement insight and transformation to the federal • Project Management government. The goal of InnoGOV. • Lean Six Sigma org is to centralize the importance • Workforce Management of performance, accountability and transparency in government and to • Performance-Based Budgeting disseminate the leading best practices • Performance-Based Contracting to government managers. • Performance Reporting • Program Evaluation The Performance Institute has published • Administrative Management several research reports regarding performance management initiatives • Leadership and Change and trains over 10,000 government managers per year on performance- For more information about in-house training options available to you, please contact based topics. Dedicated to improving Tara Shuert at 703-894-0481 x 225 or email her at citizen services and taxpayer transparency, the Institute uses a best- practices foundation to deliver the most effective and tested methodologies for improving performance. 7
  8. 8. The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Logistics & Registration Registration Venue & Hotel 1. ONLINE at 2. VIA FAX to 703-894-0482 The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference will be hosted at The Performance Institute’s Training Center in Arlington, VA, just one block east of the Courthouse stop on the Orange 3. VIA PHONE to 703-894-0481 Line of the D.C. Metro. A public parking garage is located inside of the building for $10/ 4. VIA MAIL to 1515 N. Courthouse Road, Sixth Floor day. Continental breakfast and refreshments will be provided for delegates on each day. Arlington, VA 22201 The Performance Institute 1515 North Courthouse Rd., Suite 600 ❍ Yes! Register me for The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference Arlington, VA 22201 ❍ Add the Pre-Conference Workshop 703-894-0481 ❍ Add the Post-Conference Workshop A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Arlington Rosslyn Courtyard by ❍ Add the Post-Conference Webinar Marriott at the prevailing rate of $209 until May 26, 2009. This rate is based on the Government Per Diem and is subject to change. Please call the hotel directly and reference ❍ Please call me. I am interested in a special Group Discount for my team code “Juvenile Reentry” when making reservations to get the discounted rate. The hotel is conveniently located three blocks from the Rosslyn Metro station. Please ask the hotel Delegate Information about a complimentary shuttle that is also available for your convenience. Arlington Rosslyn Courtyard by Marriott 1533 Clarendon Blvd. Name Title Arlington, VA 22209 Phone: 703-528-2222 Phone: 1-800-321-2211 Office Organization Hotel and travel costs are not included in the conference tuition Address Tuition & Group Discounts The tuition rate for The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference is as follows: City State Zip Early Bird Rate Regular Rate Conference Only $699 $799 Pre-Conference Workshop -------- $399 Telephone Fax Post-Conference Workshop -------- $599 Post-Conference Webinar -------- $299 Email **For the Early Bird Rate, register by April 15, 2009. For more information on group discounts for The 2009 Juvenile Reentry Conference, Payment Information please contact Chris Joseph at 703-894-0481 x224 or email him at Joseph@ Training Form/Purchase Order Check (accepted by mail only) Credit Card Cancellation Policy For live events: The Performance Institute will provide a full refund less $399 administration fee for cancellations four weeks before the event. If cancellation occurs within two weeks prior to conference start date, no refund will be Credit Card Number Expiration Date issued. Registrants who fail to attend and do not cancel prior to the event will be charged the entire registration fee. For webinars: The Performance Institute will provide a full refund less $50 administrative fee for cancellations four weeks before the event. If cancellation occurs within two weeks prior to conference start date, no refund will be issued. Registrants who fail to attend and do not cancel prior to the meeting will be charged the entire Name on Card 3 Digit Card verification # registration fee. All the cancellation requests need to be made online. Your confirmation email contains links to modify or cancel registrations. Please note that the cancellation is not final until you receive a written confirmation. Payment must be secured prior to the conference. If payment is not received by the conference start date, a method Billing Zip Code of payment must be presented at the time of registration in order to guarantee your participation at the event. Please make checks payable to: The Performance Institute Quality Assurance The Performance Institute strives to provide you with the most productive and effective educational experience pos- sible. If after completing the course you feel there is some way we can improve, please write your comments on the Priority Code: L269-WEB evaluation form provided upon your arrival. Should you feel dissatisfied with your learning experience and wish to request a credit or refund, please submit it in writing no later than 10 business days after the end of the training to: Discounts The Performance Institute: Quality Assurance, 1515 N. Courthouse Road, Suite 600, Arlington, VA 22201 • All ‘Early Bird’ Discounts must require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order to receive Note: As speakers are confirmed six months before the event, some speaker changes or topic changes may occur in any discount. the program. The Performance Institute is not responsible for speaker changes, but will work to ensure a comparable • Any discounts offered whether by The Performance Institute (including team discounts) must also require payment at speaker is located to participate in the program. the time of registration. If for any reason The Performance Institute decides to cancel this conference, The Performance Institute accepts no re- • All discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer. sponsibility for covering airfare, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants, including delegates, sponsors and guests. • Discounts cannot be applied retroactively 8