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Spring 2017 Drug Take Back Events Across the Commonwealth

Attorney General Mark R. Herring is encouraging Virginians to take advantage of Saturday's National Prescription Drug Takeback Day. Law enforcement agencies, community partners, and members of the Attorney General's team will be stationed at dozens of locations throughout the Commonwealth to accept unused or expired medications for proper disposal before they can be misused, abused, or accidentally ingested. 

Takeback locations are in many areas, which will be open from 10am - 2pm, are listed below, and you can  find a site near you by searching here.

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Day Events To Be Held Across Roanoke Area

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Day Events To Be Held Across Northern Virginia Area

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Day Events to be Held Across Bristol Area

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Events To Be Held Across Charlottesville Area

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Day Events To Be Held Across Richmond Area

April 26, 2017 - Drug Takeback Day Events To Be Held Across Hampton Roads Area

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Future Directions in Re-entry: People, Policy and Progress

Image of Re-Entry Logo - the letter v with a sun coming out of the top with an open door on the front, the words Future Directions in Re-Entry and the web address for the AG site: ag.virginia.gov.

The Office of Attorney General

Mark R. Herring Presents

Future Directions in Re-entry: People, Policy and Progress

Regional Trainings throughout the Commonwealth

What to expect...

John Tyler Community College Chester Campus May 4th

Richmond/Petersburg

Law Enforcement Training Academy May 11th

Virginia Beach

Ferlazzo Office Building May 16th

Prince William County

Central Virginia Community College May 23rd

Lynchburg

Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center May 25th

 

These one-day trainings are coming soon to a location near you.  Save the date and join us for important conversations about relevant regional issues related to re-entry.  Including risk needs assessment tools, family reunification, developing successful community re-entry models and more. 

$25 registration fee

 

 

 

 

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Future Directions in Re-entry: Collaboration for Safer Communities

2016 Statewide Jail Re-entry Conference

Agenda

Speaker Bios

Presentation by Jesse Jannetta, Urban Institute

Building a Jail Re-entry System: Implementation Insights from the Transition from Jail to Community Initiative

Presentation by Dr. Faye S. Taxman, George Mason University

RNR: Building Capacity for Reducing Recidivism

Presentation by Rebecca McNees, Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services

     Peggy Howard, Newport News Sheriff's Office

     Major Mandy Lambert, Prince William - Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center

Implementing and Using Risk and Needs Assessment in Jails

Presentation by Mary Ann Gilmer, Goodwill Industries of the Valleys

     Angela M. Cardwell, Goodwill Industries of the Valleys

     Nathaniel S. Hvizdos, Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc.

The Virginia Goodwill Network: Evidence-Based Re-entry Services Throughout Virginia

Presentation by Mandi Smith Hixenbaugh, MEDIKO, PC

"Cooling a Catastrophe" - Mental Illness in Corrections

Presentation by Dr. Sarah Scarbrough, Richmond City Sheriff's Office

Providing Programming to a Transient Population

Presentation by Sherry Confer, Department of Medical Assistance Services

Governor's Access Plan for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness

Presentation by Dr. Jim May, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority

Offenders with Substance Use Disorders: Jail-Related Services that Work

Panel Discussion Led by Sheriff Beth Arthur, Arlington Sheriff's Office

     Sheriff Gabe Morgan, Newport News Sheriff's Office

     Major Amanda Trent, Western Virginia Regional Jail

Leadership in Re-entry

Presentation by Hunter Snellings, Virginia Housing Alliance

     Kathy Robertson, Homeless and Special Needs Housing

     Kelly King Horne, Homeward/Greater Richmond Continuum of Care

Homelessness 101

Presentation by Dr. Allison Jackson, Integration Solutions, Inc.

What's Trauma Got to Do with It? Understanding the Impact of Trauma on the Well-Being of Adults

Presentation by Sonya Toney, Virginia Department of Corrections

     DeVon Simmons, Office of the Attorney General

Rejuvenation Your Re-entry Council

Presentation by E. Lee Williams, Division of Child Support Enforcement

     Cherri Sullivan, Division of Child Support Enforcement

     Deidra Bailey, Division of Child Support Enforcement

Division of Child Support Family Engagement Programs

 

 

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Lethality Assessment Program

Group photo from the Lethality Assessment Program training

Virginia Application for Training and Technical Assistance to Implement the Lethality Assessment Program

** LAP Trained Communities in Virginia **

Localities Trained @ the OAG Lethality Assessment Program Conference October 2017 

Recognizing Dangerousness - Bench Guide

3X5 Printable Protocol Card

Sample General Order

Sample DVSP Policies

Sample MOU

For more information contact:

Lisa Furr (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

202 North Ninth Street

Richmond, Virginia 23219

 

 

 

 

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