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    Mid-Atlantic Chapter March Brownbag: Restorative Justice: Mediation in Law Enforcement

    American Bar Association, 11:45 AM GMT

    This panel discussion on “The Role of Mediation in Law Enforcement” is moderated by Geoff Drucker. The program will feature panelists including:

     

    • Rochelle Howard, Deputy Director of the D.C. Office of Police Complaints
    • Megan Johnston, Executive Director of the Northern Virginia Mediation Service
    • Robert Haferd and Alex Lambert, Attorneys with the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia who specialize in Juvenile Justice Reform
    • Lieutenant Brian Ruck, School Liaison Commander and Fairfax County Police Department lead with the Fairfax County Alternative Accountability Planning Program

    This program will explain how mediation is being used as an alternative or supplement to the criminal justice system, and as a means of promoting constructive dialogue and improved understanding between law enforcement officers and citizens. 

     

     


    This event will commence with an opportunity to network with other chapter professionals--so be sure to bring your business cards as well as your brownbag lunch.

    Location: 5th Floor

    Building Parking: Central Parking (entrance is on 18th Street between K and L Streets, NW)

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    Mid-Atlantic Chapter March Brownbag: Restorative Justice: Mediation in Law Enforcement

    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Mar 02, 2018

    2018-03-02T11:45:00 2018-03-02T13:00:00 Mid-Atlantic Chapter March Brownbag: Restorative Justice: Mediation in Law Enforcement

    This panel discussion on “The Role of Mediation in Law Enforcement” is moderated by Geoff Drucker. The program will feature panelists including:

     

    • Rochelle Howard, Deputy Director of the D.C. Office of Police Complaints
    • Megan Johnston, Executive Director of the Northern Virginia Mediation Service
    • Robert Haferd and Alex Lambert, Attorneys with the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia who specialize in Juvenile Justice Reform
    • Lieutenant Brian Ruck, School Liaison Commander and Fairfax County Police Department lead with the Fairfax County Alternative Accountability Planning Program

    This program will explain how mediation is being used as an alternative or supplement to the criminal justice system, and as a means of promoting constructive dialogue and improved understanding between law enforcement officers and citizens. 

     

     


    This event will commence with an opportunity to network with other chapter professionals--so be sure to bring your business cards as well as your brownbag lunch.

    Location: 5th Floor

    Building Parking: Central Parking (entrance is on 18th Street between K and L Streets, NW)

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