Panel Discussion: Critical Issues in Corrections: Is Segregation and Isolation of Youth in Adult Facilities Necessary?

22 Oct Panel Discussion: Critical Issues in Corrections: Is Segregation and Isolation of Youth in Adult Facilities Necessary?

 

Critical Issues in Corrections: Is Segregation and Isolation of Youth in Adult Facilities Necessary?

hosted by John Jay College of Criminal Justice

524 West 59th St, NYC

Monday October 22 at 2PM

A panel discussion with New York corrections leaders and policy advocates including:

Brian Fischer, Commissioner of the New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision;

Dora Schriro, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction;

Jack Beck, Director of the Prison Visiting Project, Correctional Association of New York; and

Ian Kysel, Aryeh Neier Fellow at the ACLU and Human Rights Watch and author of Growing Up Locked Down: Youth in Solitary Confinement in Jails and Prisons Across the United States;

moderated by Martin Horn, Distinguished Lecturer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Executive Director of the New York State Sentencing Commission; former Correction Commissioner and Probation Commissioner for the City of New York

*JAC added a chair for people of color, family members, and people whom have been previously incarcerated to the panel.