The League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha is proud to present an annual forum on juvenile justice, dedicated to long-time LWVGO volunteer and juvenile justice advocate.
Kim Culp was the founding Director of the Douglas County Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) by engaging and developed a myriad of programs through the JAC and nonprofits in Omaha, always with an emphasis on relationship building, cultural competence and understanding the impact of the child welfare system on children’s lives.
After retirement, Kim was active in the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha, serving as Vice-President at the time of her passing in May 2017.
The Kim Culp Juvenile Justice Forum on the State of Juvenile Justice in Nebraska will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 22 in Room 201 at the UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center, 6001 Dodge Street.
There will be a panel presentation by these key individuals working in the juvenile justice field:
DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT (DMC)
Chris Rodgers, Douglas County Commissioner
NEBRASKA JUVENILE PROBATION
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES
Jeanne Brandner, Assistant Deputy,
PROGRAMS THAT WORK IN NEBRASKA
Anne Hobbs, PhD, Director, UNO Juvenile Justice Institute
JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRESS OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS/UPCOMING LEGISLATION
Juliet Summers, JD, Juvenile Justice Policy Coordinator, Voices for Children
INSPECTOR GENERAL’S REPORT ON PROBATION
Julie Rogers, Inspector General, Child Welfare & Juvenile Probation