NJ-ATSA FULL DAY TRAINING

Friday, APRIL 20, 2018

Rutgers Labor Education Center, 50 Labor Center Way, New Brunswick, NJ.

 

9:00 A.M. to 4:15 P.M.  Registration & continental breakfast at 8:30 A.M.

 

Overview of NJ’s Justice System for Adult & Juvenile Sexual Abusers, from Investigation and Prosecution Through Community Management.

 

A multi-disciplinary panel will discuss various aspects of case processing, assessment and management of adult and juvenile sexual abusers along key points of justice contact. Collateral consequences of a conviction or adjudication, and sentence or disposition will be included. Panel moderators are Jessica Oppenheim, J.D., NJ-ATSA President, and Jackson Tay Bosley, Psy.D., Honorary NJ–ATSA Board member and former NJ-ATSA President.

 

The winner of the 11th annual Barbara Frank award and recipient of the Lifetime Achievement award will also be honored

 

Panelists:

 

Natasha Cranmer, Case Practice Liaison, Division of Child Protection & Permanency

Peter Boser, Esq., Asst. Prosecutor, Retired, Monmouth Co. Prosecutor’s Office

Captain Christopher Penna, Middlesex Co. Prosecutors Office

Mark Frank, Ph.D., Adult Diagnostic & Treatment Center, Outpatient Department

Kim Maloney, Liaison to Juvenile Justice, Children’s System of Care

Connie Price, Court Liaison Supervisor, Juvenile Justice Commission

Sandra Erik, Vicinage Asst. Chief Probation Officer, Middlesex County, Adult Supervision

Stacey Gerard, Probation Programs Supervisor/Training Coord., AOC/Probation Services

Sgt. Ryan "Andresen, NJ Parole Board, Division of Parole

Robert Mercado, Juvenile Parole & Transitional Services, Juvenile Justice Commission

 

Advance registration required.

 

Directions to NJ Law Center.