The Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health is hosting a Juvenile Justice Roundtable on April 30, 2019.
California Behavioral Health Directors Association Headquarters
2125 19th St., Sequoia Conference Rm, Sacramento, CA
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Facilitated by Mack Jenkins, Council Member, CCJBH
Retired Chief Probation Officer, San Diego County
- Welcome & Introductions
- Understanding Today’s Juvenile Justice System in California. What are the Critical Issues?
- Youth & Young Adult Homelessness and the Correlation to Juvenile Justice
- Youth Panel #1– California Youth Connection
- Youth Panel #2– Community Works
- Data on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Scores Among Probation Youth
- Public Comment
Please email CCJBH@cdcr.ca.gov for a printable copy of the agenda and meeting materials.
THE ORDER OF BUSINESS MAY BE CHANGED WITHOUT NOTICE
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Questions and/or requests for additional information prior to the CCJBH meeting may be referred to Catherine Hickinbotham at (916) 319-9803 CCJBH@cdcr.ca.gov.