On November 18, 2017 The Episcopal Forum of South Carolina, with support and collaboration by the Charleston County CJCC and City of Charleston Police Department Illumination Project, hosted a one-day conference focused on current criminal justice practices within our community, ways in which areas of weakness are being addressed, and how the community can constructively engage in promoting further improvement. The long-term goal is a criminal justice system that is effective, efficient and equitable.
Local & Statewide Perspectives on Current Justice Systems & Opportunities for Improvement
Matters of Pretrial Justice That Align with Legal Foundations & Best Practices
Addressing the Needs of Those Living with Mental Illness, Addiction and/or Homelessness
Proven Practices to Reduce Re-offending in High-Risk Populations