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  • U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittees on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies: 
       Hearings 10-12 March 2009.
 
  • United States Sentencing Commission:  
Hearings - 17 March 2009.
 
Commerce, Justice Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee
series of hearings from 10 to 12 March 2009 on reentry and related criminal justice issues
 
 
Schedule of hearings:  Prepared Statements and Testimony.
  • 03/10/09 Hearing
    Major Challenges Facing Federal Prisons, Part 1
    10:00 AM, H-309 Capitol
    Witness: Harley Lappin, Director, Bureau of Prisons
Prepared Statement:
 
Rebutal, Prepared Statement (Pat Nolan):
  • 03/10/09 Hearing
    Major Challenges Facing Federal Prisons, Part 2
    2:00 PM, H-309 Capitol
    Witnesses: American Federation of Government Employees

 Prepared Statement:

  • 03/10/09 Hearing
    Offender Drug Abuse Treatment Approaches
    3:00 PM, H-309 Capitol
    Witness: Dr. Faye Taxman, PhD, Professor, George Mason University

Prepared Statement:

  • 03/11/09 Hearing
    Assessment of the Serious & Violent Offender Reentry Initiative
    9:30 AM, H-309 Capitol
    Witnesses:
    Dr. Christy Visher, PhD, Professor, University of Delaware and Principal Research Associate, The Urban Institute
    Dr. Pamela Lattimore, PhD, Principle Scientist, RTI International

Prepared Statement:

  • 03/11/09 Hearing
    Innovative Prisoner Reentry Programs, Part 1
    1:30 PM, H-309 Capitol
    Witnesses:
    Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative

Prepared Statement:

http://www.fedcure.org/documents/MichPriosnerReentryInt-SennisSchrant110309.pdf


George T. McDonald, Founder and President, The Doe Fund, Inc.

Testimony:


Pat Nolan, Vice President, Prison Fellowship

Testimony:

http://www.fedcure.org/documents/PatNolan-PrisFllw-TEST-CJS,HearingReentry09031-110309.pdf

  • 03/11/09 Hearing
    Innovative Prisoner Reentry Programs, Part 2
    3:00 PM, H-309 Capitol
    Witness: Jennie S. Amison, Director, Gemeinschaft Home

Testimony:

http://www.FedCURE.org/documents/GemeinschaftHome-J.S.Amison-TEST-110309.pdf

  • 03/12/09 Hearing
    "What Works" for Successful Prisoner Reentry
    9:30 AM, H-309 Capitol
    Witnesses:
    Jeremy Travis, President, John Jay College and former Director, National Institute of Justice
Testimony:
 


Dr. James M. Byrne, PhD, Professor, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Testimony:

 

The United States Sentencing Commission

public hearing 17 march 2009 - Priority for Amendment Cycle Ending 01 May 2009

 

Schedule of hearings:  Prepared Statements and Testimony.

  • 03/17/09 Public Hearing: 
  • United States Sentencing Commission
  • 4:30 PM, USSC, Washington, DC.
  • Witness:
  • FedCURE,  Dr. Kenny Linn, J.D., LL.M., Chairman. 

Prepared Statement:

http://www.fedcure.org/documents/FedCURE-USSC-Testimony170309HrngKHL-070309.pdf


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