Join NCCD Children’s Research Center and IBM Watson Health to learn how you can empower your child welfare staff to utilize data and analytics to efficiently and effectively modernize systems and services and meet quality reporting needs. Discover how you can improve data quality, recognize relationships within your data sets, and interact with data intuitively to uncover actionable information.
This multi-disciplinary research conference will include the policy areas of crime, justice, and drugs and family and child issues through panels, roundtables, and poster presentations. Learn more about this annual research conference hosted by the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management here.
NCCD researcher Caroline Glesmann and senior researcher Erin Espinosa, PhD, will present a workshop titled Pathway to Desistance: Girls, Gangs, and Juvenile Justice System Involvement at this conference hosted by Georgia’s and Alabama’s departments of corrections. The Association for Justice-Involved Females and Organizations addresses issues for women and girls involved in the criminal justice system. Each biennial conference is hosted by a different state.