The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy and The American Institutes for Research (AIR) are working to foster this collaborative environment by establishing a venue that offers leaders the opportunity to develop capacity, effectuate change, and build sustainable system improvements in order to address these issues with respect to education and the juvenile justice system.
Douglas County Juvenile Justice participants were Amber Parker, Operation Youth Success; Beth Morrissette, Westside Public Schools; Darci Poland, Juvenile Probation; Elizabeth Crnkovich, Juvenile Court Justice; Jennifer Brockman, Westside Public Schools; Cara Stirts, Douglas County Attorney; Mike McGee, Omaha Police Department; Greg Gonzalez, Omaha Police Department; Sarah Hayek & Nebraska Families Collaborative and Dr. Amy Williams, OPS.