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Reentry Against the Odds Summit
“Reentry Against the Odds” is for service providers, government officials, elected officials, registrants, and community members to gain a better understanding of individuals with sex offense, the facts and the myths.

The sponsor, Friends Outside in Los Angeles County (Friends Outside) is a 48-year old nonprofit organization which is dedicated solely to addressing the needs of the incarcerated, previously incarcerated, their children and their families. "Reentry Against the Odds” is part of Friends Outside’s vision of educating the public about the impact of the criminal justice system and its unintended consequences.

This webinar is part of a larger research project Friends Outside is conducting with individuals with sex offenses, workforce development practitioners, social services providers, housing advocates, law enforcement and employers about the unique challenges and opportunities of this population. As part of this study, we would like to gauge your knowledge and understanding of this population, pre- and post-summit. A link to a quick survey will be sent to you for completion before the webinar begins. All information you provide will be maintained confidentially. There are no right or wrong answers. As part of your participation in the pre- and post-survey you will receive a Certificate of Participation about this topic. Thank you in advance for your participation!

The summit runs Aug. 12th & Aug. 19th from 10am-11:30am PST
Aug 12, 2020 10:00 AM
Aug 19, 2020 10:00 AM
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Reaver Bingham
Deputy Chief @Los Angeles County Probation Department
Reaver E. Bingham is a veteran of the Los Angeles County Probation Department of over 37 years. Currently he is working with the Superior Court and the Administration Offices of the Court in the development of the Pretrial Risk Evaluation Pilot, a $17 million grant from the State of California and the Judicial Council to improve/increase the pretrial release of inmates from the county jail pending trial, established the Community Advisory Committee concept to invite the participation of local community-base providers and community members to take an active role in assisting adult operations in panning for future reentry programming, and the develop and implementation of strategies to address community supervision in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Bingham continues to pursue strategies and programs that will provide opportunities for justice involved community member to engage in services and treatment that will aid in their reentry and restoration to the community.
Janice Bellucci is the founder, past Presi
Executive Director @Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Law
Janice Bellucci is the founder, past President and current Executive Director of the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL). A former aerospace attorney and counsel to the Space Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives, Janice is now is the founder, past President and current Executive Director of the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL). A former aerospace attorney and counsel to the Space Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives, Janice is now a civil rights attorney whose legal practice is limited to registrants and their family members. She has filed more than 100 lawsuits challenging California’s registrant residency restrictions, proximity restrictions, school restrictions, Halloween requirements as well as a federal challenge to the International Megan's Law. Janice has been recognized as one of California’s top 100 most influential attorneys and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. She encourages everyone to Show Up, Stand Up and Speak Up!
Curtis Notsinneh
Chief Deputy Director @California Workforce Development Board (CWDB)
Curtis was appointed by Governor Brown on December 21, 2018. As the Chief Deputy Director he is the chief of staff and oversees the daily operations of CWDB staff operating in three branches. Prior to his appointment, Curtis began his work at CWDB as the corrections workforce partnership manager to improve labor market outcomes for formerly incarcerated and justice involved individuals in California. Previously, Curtis served as director of public affairs for a federally recognized tribal government, and held multiple positions, including policy director, as staff to members of the California State Assembly with more than a dozen years of legislative service. He serves on several public and private boards, and remains active and civically-engaged in the community. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and cooking.