Administration of Justice Events from National Association of Counties
October 31, 2019
The National Association of Counties (NACo) is offering the following opportunities that may be of interest to California county officials involved with Administration of Justice.
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform 2020–2021 Length of Stay Policy Academy
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform is now accepting applications for its 2020–2021 Length of Stay Policy Academy. Eight teams from state and local governments will be chosen to participate in a learning conference March 23–26, 2020 in Washington D.C. Teams will receive support to develop action plans to examine and address factors for length of stay for juveniles. Teams will then receive distance technical assistance for a year. Applications are due Nov. 15. Learn more.
Register Now: Cities Thrive Mental Health Conference
Thrive NYC will be hosting a conference in New York City, November 18–19. The two day convening of mayors and county level officials will focus on strengthening a national network for mental health policy collaboration across towns, cities and counties, showcase effective mental health policies and programs and share best practices for locally-led mental health reform. The conference is free of charge for attendees. Click here to register and learn more.
Apply Now! County Justice Peer Learning Network
NACo and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundations’ Safety and Justice Challenge are launching the County Justice Peer Learning Network. This initiative will support up to 10 counties with creating solutions to meet the needs of individuals with mental illness in jails while also addressing racial and ethnic disparities in their justice systems over an 18-month period. Applications are due Nov. 29. Learn more.