NCCJD seeks to engage professionals, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their family members to better understand criminal justice and disability-related issues and provide information on current topics of greatest interest to them. To achieve this goal, NCCJD is offering free monthly webinars from January 2014 through August 2015. Webinars will be archived and made available 2-5 business days after the live event and will be free for two weeks following the event. Archived webinars that are more than two weeks old will cost $5.00.

NCCJD’s webinars are highly informative, easy to access and a great way to stay informed about criminal justice and disability issues. Please note all future webinars will provide closed captioning upon request. We value your feedback, and it is our goal to provide the most conducive and effective learning platform possible.

See below to learn more or sign up for an upcoming webinar. To view a past, recorded webinar, see our webinar archive.

Wrapping Up Year 1: NCCJD's activities, the Pathways to Justice(TM) Model, and Q&A with NCCJD Staff

January 29, 1:30-2:30 p.m. EST
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Leigh Ann Davis, Program Manager, Justice Initiatives
Kathryn Walker, Criminal Justice Fellow

Join NCCJD staff on January 29th for a recap of where we’ve been, an introduction to the Pathways to Justice Model, and a chance for Q&A with NCCJD staff. The webinar will begin with Program Manager Leigh Ann Davis providing a brief re-cap of what NCCJD has accomplished in its first year of operation. Then Criminal Justice Fellow Kathryn Walker will use a case example to walk participants through the Pathways to Justice Model—developed by NCCJD as a collaboration and problem identification tool for communities.

The second half of the webinar will be an extended Q&A session with NCCJD staff, who will answer questions about any of our previous webinars, NCCJD’s activities, or any other pressing questions about the intersection of criminal justice and disability. Please consider submitting questions ahead of time to NCCJDInfo@thearc.org.

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