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The Prison to School to Work Pipeline

UCR Robert Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies

Friday, March 1, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM (PST)

The Prison to School to Work Pipeline

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"The Prison to School to Work Pipeline" 

Please RSVP by Wednesday, February 20th

SPEAKERS:
  • Annika Anderson, PhD - Assistant Professor of Sociology, CSU San Bernardino
  • Brantley Choate - Director of the Division of Rehabilitative Programs, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
  • Jessica Cobb, PhD - Director of the Next Phase Program, Norco College
  • Lois Davis, PhD - Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation 
  • Bryan Reece, PhD - President, Norco College
  • Dana Smith-Lacy - Division Director, San Bernardino County Probation Department


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Alumni & Visitors Center
University of California, Riverside
3701 Canyon Crest Drive
Riverside, CA 92521

Friday, March 1, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM (PST)


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UCR Robert Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies

The Robert Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies is a research center at the University of California, Riverside, housed within the School of Public Policy

Named for former State Sen. Presley, who was the Riverside County Undersheriff for 12 years before his election to the California Senate in 1974, the Presley Center was established at UCR in 1994. Presley worked with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department for 24 years, served in the state Senate from 1975 to 1994, was chairman of the California Youthful Offender Parole Board from 1995 to1999, and served as secretary of the California Youth and Adult Correctional Agency from 1999 to 2003.

The Presley Center was established as part of a major $12 million federal effort at six sites across the country and has continued locally with results-based support from the state and the city of Riverside. The center has also worked with local agencies to reduce the number of juvenile repeat-offenders; to create wellness centers that emphasize reducing youth violence at schools in the Riverside Unified School District; and to create a Mental Health Court to provide solutions, rather than just punishment, to mentally ill offenders.

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