Join us for a Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils Strategic Planning Workshop in Bloomington May 8-9.
Hosted by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, this workshop will build on the work of the County Criminal Justice Planning Partnership over the past year.
Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils (CJCCs) follow a structured, data-driven planning process to identify, analyze, solve, and manage justice system issues. This work leads better understanding of crime and criminal justice problems, greater cooperation among agencies and units of local government, clearer objectives and priorities, more effective resource allocation, and better quality criminal justice programs and personnel. Taken together, these results can increase public confidence in and support for criminal justice processes, enhancing system performance and, ultimately, the integrity of the law.
County representatives from counties that have formed or are interested in developing CJCCs are invited.
The workshop will include panels, breakout sessions, technical training, and networking. The event also will highlight the Trends & Issues reports issued to each CJCC partner site and guide in the development of strategic plans and special projects.
The workshop will take place the afternoon of Tuesday, May 8, and all day Wednesday, May 9. Participants also are invited to attend an optional morning session at the 2018 Adult Redeploy Illinois All Sites Summit May 10 at the same location.
More details to come!
For more information, contact ICJIA Strategic Policy Advisor Bryant Jackson-Green, at 312-793-0895 or Bryant.JacksonGreen@illinois.gov