Criminal Justice Reform: A Discussion of Senate Bill 91

Criminal Justice Reform: A discussion of SB91 [flyer]Reducing the prison population
while enhancing public safety

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"Criminal Justice Reform: A discussion of Senate Bill 91 — Reducing the prison population while enhancing public safety" was a discussion of Senate Bill 91: Omnibus Criminal Law & Procedure; Corrections Act. SB 91, based upon recommendations of the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, was signed into law in Alaska in July 2016.

The free public event was held on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium on the campus of University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) and was sponsored by the UAA Justice Center and UAA Justice Club.

Panelists

  • Jeff Jessee, Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (moderator)
  • Lt. Kris Sell, Alaska Criminal Justice Commission
  • Barbara Dunham, Alaska Criminal Justice Commission
  • Geri Fox, Alaska Division of Pretrial Services
  • Dr. Araceli Valle, Alaska Justice Information Center
  • Dr. Troy Payne, Justice Center faculty

Video

(1 hr. 56 mins.)

Resources

The following page of the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission has a more extensive list of resources:

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