Category: 50-State Summit on Public Safety

Nov 14

Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the 50 State Summit on Public Safety

The United States Department of Justice Remarks as prepared for delivery Thank you, Alan, for that kind introduction.  It is a privilege to be here this morning. I want to thank the Council of State Governments and the Association of State Correctional Administrators for putting on this program.  I understand that this summit is the …

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Nov 13

Teams from All 50 States Gather to Examine Local Criminal Justice Trends, Learn from One Another and Develop Solutions

By CSG Justice Center Staff Corrections directors, state legislators, law enforcement officials and behavioral health professionals from all 50 states gathered today at The 50-State Summit on Public Safety, an unprecedented event designed to help critical leaders examine individual state trends in crime, arrests, corrections populations, addiction and mental health, and ultimately develop integrated approaches …

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Nov 13

End “Stovepipe Approach” to Public Safety, State Officials Told

The Crime Report By Ted Guest To many Americans, “criminal justice reform” means addressing two prominent challenges: reining in abusive police officers or cutting prison populations. This week, the Council of State Governments Justice Center and the Association of State Correctional Administrators brought teams from all 50 states to Washington, D.C., to underline the fact that reform means much …

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Oct 24

Rep. Charles Graham to Participate in Crime Summit

The Robesonian By Robesonian Staff A state lawmaker from Lumberton has been selected to participate in a national summit to study crime and correctional systems. Rep. Charles Graham will take part in the 50-State Summit on Public Safety, which takes place Nov. 13 and Nov. 14 in Washington, D.C. Leaders from each of the 50 …

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