Juvenile Justice Collective Impact Committee announces they will be holding two additional community conversations at the end of the month. They will host these conversations on Monday, October 27th at Omaha North High School from 6:30-8:30PM and on Tuesday, October 28th at Omaha South High School from 6:30-8:30PM. These community conversations are designed to get your input on our juvenile justice collective impact effort. Please note that these conversations will cover the same content as the first community conversation on October 8th at UNO but community members are welcome to join as many conversations as you’d like.
Over the past three months collective impact process has gained momentum. The facilitation partner, FSG, has spoken to more than 125 individuals to gather input for our “common agenda”, which will serve as the foundation to transform our juvenile justice system. The agenda encompasses the context for change, an ambitious goal to guide the effort, and initial areas where we will take action.
The common agenda was informed by stakeholder interviews, co-created by steering committee members, and vetted with many of your peers and colleagues, and many of you receiving this invitation. The next important step is to further integrate the community’s voice into how we will realize our common agenda. Community conversations on October 27th and 28th offer an opportunity for community members to come together and discuss how this transformation will happen.
Please RSVP for the event by Friday, October 17th by filling out one of these short forms:
- To register for Omaha North High Schoolon Monday, October 27th from 6:30-8:30PM use this link: http://oct27juvenilejusticeconversation.eventbrite.com
- To register for Omaha South High Schoolon Tuesday, October 28th from 6:30-8:30PM use this link: http://oct28juvenilejusticeconversation.eventbrite.com
Please be sure to enter all names if you are registering for more than one person so we can have an accurate head count.
This event is open to all community members, so please forward this invitation to others in your organization and broader networks. If you have any questions about this event, please don’t hesitate to contact Melissa Oomer at FSG (Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org).