Emerging adults are more likely to be arrested, be incarcerated, and to recidivate after release. Join the Juvenile Unit/Juvenile Alternative Resolution Program at the Office of Suffolk County, New York District Attorney Rachael Rollins, the Committee for Public Counsel Services, the brain-science experts at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain & Behavior, and the staff and youth at More Than Words to learn why and discuss how we can reverse this trend.
The dates for the series are as follows:
- July 7: Implications for Juvenile Justice Practices: Research-Based Responses Along the Sequential Intercept
- July 21: The “Heuristic Brain”: Implicit Bias in Responding to Challenging Youth
Robert Kinscherff, William James College