|Biennial Criminal Justice Retreat - A Summit on Crime Prevention
Saturday, April 17, 2010 9 am- 2 pm
What accounts for the crime or terrorist attack that does not happen? Join leading experts including the Commissioner of the NYPD in discussing topics of crime prevention at the forefront of public concern.
Coffee Reception & Registration, 9:00–9:30 am
Welcome & Opening Remarks, 9:30– 9:40 am
HARLAN A. LEVY, Chair, Council on Criminal Justice
Panel I, 9:40 –11:00 am: "THINKING ABOUT CRIME PREVENTION"
MICHAEL P. JACOBSON, President, Vera Institute of Justice
Coffee Break, 11:00–11:15 am
Panel II, 11:15–12:45 pm: "CREATIVE STRATEGIES FOR CRIME PREVENTION"
DENISE E. O’DONNELL, Former Commissioner, Criminal Justice Services, N.Y. State
Luncheon and Keynote Address, 12:45– 2:00 pm: “PREVENTING TERRORISM”
PATRICIA M. HYNES, President, New York City Bar Association
RAYMOND W. KELLY, Police Commissioner, City of New York
MARTIN HORN, Former Commissioner of Probation and Corrections, City of New York; DAVID M. KENNEDY, Director, Center for Crime Prevention and Control, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; HON. JUDY HARRIS KLUGER, Acting Supreme Court Justice, New York State; Chief, Policy and Planning, New York Uniform Court System; GLENN E. MARTIN, Vice President of Development and Public Affairs, The Fortune Society; GARRY McCARTHY, Police Director, Newark, New Jersey; LEONARD NOISETTE, Director, Criminal Justice Fund, Open Society Institute; Former Executive Director, Neighborhood Defense Service of Harlem; TERRY SALO, Deputy Commissioner, Office of Justice Research and Performance, Criminal Justice Services, New York; ANNE SWERN, First Assistant District Attorney, Kings County District Attorney's Office
Council on Criminal Justice, Harlan A. Levy, Chair
Registration is necessary. The fee, which includes lunch, is $70; $35 for public interest and government; $20 for law students. Members of the judiciary are invited as the Council's guests. Please register online