The Milwaukee Community Justice Council is pleased to announce the launch of the first-ever Milwaukee County Community Criminal Justice Learning Series. Building on the successes of local law enforcement citizen's academies, the goal of this free, six-week, learning series is to promote increased awareness and understanding of the key components of our local criminal justice system. Each session will include presentations by leadership and representatives from criminal justice agencies within Milwaukee County and allow for dialouge and Q&A with presenters in a cohort-style setting.
Applications will be available in early 2020!
Applicants will be selected on a first come, first served basis.
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This free learning series will run weekly from 5:30-8pm for six weeks. Each session will include a presentation or panel, time for dialouge and a free dinner.
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The criminal justice learning series will cover the following topics:
Session 1: Intro to the Milwaukee Community Justice Council and Milwaukee County's Criminal Justice System
Session 2: Local Law Enforcement Panel
Session 3: Milwaukee County Jail, Universal Screening, and Defense
Session 4: Prosecution and the Adult Criminal Court Process
Session 5: Milwaukee County House of Corrections and facility tour
Session 6: Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections, Reentry Services and Victims Services