Salt Lake Community College

Law, Crime, and Justice

The Importance of Teaching in Prisons 
Antonette Gray, Criminal Justice Diversity Fellow 

March 7, 2019 
Coordinated by Elvira Velez 
11 :30am to 12:30pm 
In addition to being a professor full-time, Antonette Gray supports Sall Lake Community College's Prison Education Project where she works with offenders and their re-entry efforts. She is both a Certified 'Makin it Work Out Instructor (Life Skills for Offenders), and a Certified Corrections Academy and Peace Officer Standards Training Instructor. Currently, she also supports offenders (both males and females) through continued life-skills instruction.

Corruption, Mis-Management, and Building Cultural Change within the Police Force Dennis Crandall, Former Secret Service and Transportation Security Administration Agent 
April 4, 2019 

Coordinated by Elvira Velez 
11 :30am to 12:30pm 
Dennis Crandall wilt speak aboul the Los Angeles Police Department regarding contemporary policing and how it has changed politically and culturally. He will discuss the LAPD's fabled past, while defining professional policing in western America. He will also discuss the problems with the "C.R.A.S.H." scandal and the Rodney King arrest and subsequent riot. Finally, Dennis wilt talk how trainings, race relations, community policing, and police management has changed and is still needing to change nationally and with the LAPD. 

Building Support for Prisoners Being Released 
Michael Ulibarri, Former Prisoner and Prisoner Re-lntergration Expert 
April 18, 2019 

Coordinated by Jamie Luna 
1pm to 2pm 
Michael Ulibarri spent much of his adult life in prison. After he was released he with the support of his family and friends has dedicated his life to giving aid to those that are recently released from prison and working to create support for youth caught in the school to prison pipeline.

Thursday, April 18 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Miller Campus, Public Safety and Education Training Building, Room 219 410 West 9800 South, Sandy UT 84070

Event Type

SLCC Events

Campus Location

Miller Campus

Cost

Free and Open to the Public!

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