Division of Law Enforcement Services

Treatment Alternatives and Diversion - Effective Criminal Justice Reform Through Research Based Practice

 

Symposium Presentations

August 23, 2013

 

PowerPoint Presentations

 

Pretrial Justice: The Move to Risk-Based Systems in the Context of Wisconsin Statutes Part One

Cherise Fanno Burdeen, Chief Operating Officer, Pretrial Justice Institute

 

Pretrial Justice: The Move to Risk-Based Systems in the Context of Wisconsin Statutes Part Two

Cherise Fanno Burdeen, Chief Operating Officer, Pretrial Justice Institute

Timothy R. Schnacke, Executive Director, Center for Legal and Evidence-Based Practices

 

Redesigning the Front End of the System: Options for Analysis, Goal-Setting and Change

Moderated by Cherise Fanno Burdeen, Chief Operating Officer, Pretrial Justice Institute with key stakeholders:

Milwaukee County:

Hon. Richard J. Sankovitz, Milwaukee County Circuit Court-Br. 29

Holly Szablewski, Judicial Review Coordinator, Milwaukee County

Jeffrey J. Altenburg, Deputy District Attorney - Community Prosecution, Restorative Justice and Alternatives to Incarceration, Milwaukee County
Thomas H. Reed, Regional Attorney Manager, State Public Defender-Milwaukee Region

Eau Claire County:

Gary King, District Attorney, Eau Claire County

Tiana Glenna, Community Justice Council Coordinator, Eau Claire County

Dana Smetana, Regional Attorney Manager, State Public Defender - Eau Claire Region

La Crosse County:

Hon. Elliott Levine, La Crosse County Circuit Court- Branch 2

Jane Klekamp, Manager - Human Services, La Crosse County

Wood County:

Hon. Todd P. Wolf, Wood County CircuitCourt-Branch III

Ryan McMillen, Adult Drug Court Coordinator/Case Manager, Wood County

David R.Dickmann, Regional Attorney Manager, State Public Defender-Stevens Point Region

 

Treatment Alternatives and Diversion Grant Program - A Critical Element for Justice System Operation

Ray Luick, Justice System Improvement Specialist, Wisconsin Department of
Justice, Justice Programs Unit
Tony Streveler, Executive Policy Initiatives Advisor and Director-Research and
Policy, Office of the Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Lila Schmidt, Criminal Justice Coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Health
Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Michelle Cern, Statewide Problem-Solving Court Coordinator, Office of Court
Operations, Wisconsin Supreme Court

 

The Importance of Evaluation for TAD Programs: Why it Makes $ense

Kit R. Van Stelle, Principal Investigator, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute

 

Predicting the Benefits and Costs of Criminal Justice Policies

David L. Weimer, La Follette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Evidence Based Decision Making in Local Criminal Justice Systems

Lori Eville, National Institute of Corrections

 
Event Program and Handout for all Sessions

 

Event Program

 

Handout for all sessions