Past Events

Past Events

, | - CDT | Zoom

This conference for youth and the professionals who work with them across systems will be held virtually this year. The line-up includes a session with Erin Espinosa, PhD, a

, | - EDT | Webinar

What is best practice in domestic violence cases when in-person contact between practitioners and families is limited? How do professionals address an epidemic of violence—already hidden from public view—when victims are in isolation due to a

, | - AWST | Webinar

What is best practice in domestic violence cases when in-person contact between practitioners and families is limited? How do professionals address an epidemic of violence—already hidden from public view—when victims are in isolation due to a

, | - CDT | Webinar

The Annie E. Casey Foundation (AECF) will host a webinar on how child welfare agencies can develop preventive practice models that align with the Family First Prevention Services Act. Register

, | - CDT | Webinar

The NCCD Children’s Research Center (CRC) and the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) are teaming up with a panel of child welfare leaders from across the United States to discuss emerging “best practices” in engagement,

, | - CDT | Webinar

Dr. Erin Espinosa will conduct a webinar on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. (CDT). She will discuss her latest research on pathways to the juvenile justice system and

, | - | Oakland, CA

The Association for Criminal Justice Research (ACJR) – California will hold its semi-annual conference on the topic: “From Policy to Practice: Legislative Changes, Implementation, and Research” on April 2 and 3. Panels, presentations, and keynote

, | - CDT |

Be sure to join @NCCDtweets on Twitter Thursday, March 26, at 1 p.m. CT, for a chat with the National Juvenile Justice Network (@NJJNetwork) and the

, | - | New Orleans, LA
, | - | Atlanta, Georgia

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