JUSTICE LAB PANEL 1: “EXiT Principles: Smaller, Less Punitive, More Hopeful”
Join Us for a Panel Discussion at the Inaugural Executives Transforming Probation and Parole (EXiT) Conference
Hosted by the Columbia Justice Lab, this daylong conference is organized in conjunction with Executives Transforming Probation and Parole (EXiT), a network of over 70 current and former heads of probation and parole agencies. They have issued a public statement calling for supervision to be smaller, less punitive, and more hopeful, equitable, and restorative.
NOTE: The “register” link on this page is for LIVESTREAM REGISTRATION ONLY. To register for the conference itself, please go to THIS PAGE.
ALSO PLEASE NOTE: We are livestreaming another panel, from 1:30 to 2:30. Read about it HERE. You can register for both panels at the same registration link.
LIVESTREAM LINK: https://livestream.com/columbiassw/events/8918554
PANEL 1: “EXiT Principles: Smaller, Less Punitive, More Hopeful,” moderated by Jennifer Gonnerman (bio), Staff Writer, The New Yorker
- Susan Burke (bio), former president of the American Probation and Parole Association and former director (ret.) of the Utah Division of Juvenile Justice Services
- Michael Nail (bio), Commissioner, Georgia Department of Community Supervision
- Aswad Thomas (bio), Managing Director, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice
- Lester Young (bio), South Carolina Statewide Organizer, JustLeadershipUSA
About the Panel
At this panel discussion taking place in the morning of EXiT’s inaugural conference, a diverse range of voices will describe why each EXiT principle (smaller, less punitive, more hopeful) is needed and examples of how that is/could be accomplished across a variety of contexts.
(NOTE: We are also livestreaming PANEL 2: information HERE.)