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08.23.13 | Community Advocates Public Policy Institute: TAD Symposium
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Venue:  Concourse Hotel - Madison
Event Time:  8:30AM
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Chisholm, John
Fanno Burdeen, Cherise
King, Gary
Klekamp, Jane
Levine, Elliott
McMillen, Ryan
Reed, Thomas
Sankovitz, Richard
Schnacke, Timothy
Smetana, Dana
Szablewski, Holly
Voelker, A. John
Wolf, Todd
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08.23.13 | Community Advocates Public Policy Institute: TAD Symposium (Part 1 of 3)
Duration: [03:13:47]
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On August 23, 2013 Community Advocates Public Policy Forum hosted a symposium about treatment alternatives and diversions an effective criminal justice reform through research based practices. The opening of the symposium dealt with two topics including pretrial justice: the move to risk-based systems in the context of Wisconsin statutes and a panel on redesigning the front-end of the system.

08.23.13 | Community Advocates Public Policy Institute: TAD Symposium (Part 2 of 3)
Duration: [00:40:42]
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On August 23, 2013 Community Advocates Public Policy Forum hosted a symposium about treatment alternatives and diversions an effective criminal justice reform through research based practices.  During this portion of the symposium Ed Wall, Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen gave keynote addresses on treatment alternatives and diversions.

08.23.13 | Community Advocates Public Policy Institute: TAD Symposium (Part 3 of 3)
Duration: [02:32:39]
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On August 23, 2013 Community Advocates Public Policy Forum hosted a symposium about treatment alternatives and diversions an effective criminal justice reform through research based practices. During this portion of the symposium, a panel discussed the treatment alternative and diversion program as a critical element for the justice system operation.  Kit Van Stelle of the UW Population Health Institute gave a presentation on the importance of evaluation for TAD programs and why it makes sense.  David Weimer, the Edwin E. Witte Professor of Political economy discussed the Washington State Institute for Public Policy Model, and Laurie Eville of the National Institute of Corrections followed that up by discussing evidence based decision making in state and local jurisdictions; the symposium finished with closing remarks from Rep. Garey Bies (R-Sister Bay).