21 October National Organization of Hispanics in Criminal Justice Conference October 21, 2016 By ODRC National Organization Hispanics Criminal Justice NOHCJ, Director Mohr, Judge Nelson Wolff 0 Director Gary Mohr, Michele Miller, Warden Charlotte Jenkins, Rebecca Casto and Rochelle Moore were invited to attend the National Organization of Hispanics in Criminal Justice Annual Conference/Texas Criminal Justice Association taking place in San Antonio, Texas. Keynote speakers for the event were the Honorable Judge Nelson W. Wolff, Bexar County Judge and Pete Earley, author of the nonfiction book, “CRAZY: A Father’s Search Through America’s Mental Health Madness”. Michele, Charlotte, Rebecca and Rochelle were asked to present at the conference speaking about “Ohio’s Women in Leadership: Supporting Each Other” while Director Mohr presented on “Reforming Restrictive Housing”. The attendees were able to participate in several workshops and attend presentations throughout the conference regarding all different aspects of the rehabilitation process and leadership roles within the department. Charlotte commented what an honor it was to be requested by the conference facilitators and believes Ohio is making a difference in this area. Related CCI Welcomes Wilmington College Criminal Justice Program Trumbull Correctional Institution (TCI) Welcomes RTI International to Interview Inmates Toledo APA Works with Department of Justice Public Safety Partnership WCI Donates to A Child's Hope International Akron and Cleveland APA Regions' Leadership Conference LorCI Host Organization - "Because I Said I Would" Comments are closed.