Webinar: Principles Of Tribal Reentry

Adapted from an announcement made by the National Reentry Resource Center - there's a component regarding youth in the justice system:

juvenile-reentry_tribal-reentry-webinar-series-flyerThe webinar "Principles of Tribal Reentry" focuses on the essential principles for designing and developing culturally relevant reentry systems supportive of released offenders and the tribal communities to which they return. Presenters will discuss the important components of tribal-based reentry programs and those in non-tribal jurisdictions where American Indian/Alaska Native(AI/AN) offenders may be serving time in an adult or juvenile facility. This free webinar will also discuss important governmental, programmatic, policy and cultural factors affecting AI/AN reentry programs.
Ada Pecos Melton, President & Owner, American Indian Development Associates
Daniel Mittan, Director of Court Services, Choctaw Tribal Court
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 12:00 pm PST / 3 pm EST
How to Sign Up
Register here.

The Webinar Series
This is the first installment in a six-part webinar series. The series builds on the recently released Department of Justice publication, Strategies for Creating Offender Reentry Programs in Indian Country, which provides recommendations and information on promising practices related to offender reentry in Indian country.
Each of the webinars in the series will be held from 3:00 - 4:00 pm ET, every Tuesday of the last full week of the month between April and September.
Learn more about this series of reentry webinars.

Updated: February 08 2018