October 22: Learn to Create Your Own Juvenile Justice Community Snapshot

Save the Date: October 22, 2011

Train the Trainer: Creating A Community-Specific Juvenile Justice Data Snapshot

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS WORKSHOP

Based on popular demand, Mariame Kaba (of Project NIA) will lead a ONE-TIME workshop for interested participants to help them to understand how to use juvenile justice data. Specifically, Project NIA has created two neighborhood-specific (North Lawndale and Rogers Park) data profiles over the past few months. These snapshots have been very well-received by community stakeholders. We have been asked to help other communities to create their own neighborhood juvenile justice data snapshots. While we don’t have the capacity to fulfill all requests for assistance, we can share our technical expertise through a one-time train-the-trainer workshop with a limited group of interested individuals and organizations.

This workshop will only be offered once. Please do not register if you are not certain that you will attend. Because we do not plan to offer this workshop again, we want to make sure that those who attend are truly interested in learning how to understand and use juvenile justice data.

This workshop is co-sponsored with Building Communities, Ending Violence at Depaul University.

When: Noon to 5 pm
Where: Depaul University, Richardson Library, Dorothy Day Room (Room 400), 2350 North Kenmore Ave.
Cost: This workshop will be offered AT NO COST to participants. However we ask that you bring your OWN lunch and snacks.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTRATION: PRE-REGISTRATION IS ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED. NO WALK-INs will be accepted. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

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