The Oregon Knowledge Bank (OKB) is your statewide resource for Oregon-based public safety programs and research. The OKB highlights innovative programs operating in the state and research about Oregon-based solutions. Find solutions, offer answers, share research, and contact law enforcement experts. You can do it all with the Oregon Knowledge Bank.
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Justice Reinvestment Summit 2017
WHEN: February 16-17, 2017
WHERE: Salem Convention Center
Largest gathering of public safety professionals | Local and national experts present on successful strategies and innovative ideas | Two full days of plenary and breakout sessions to focus on a wide range of programs | Solutions that address the four goals of justice reinvestment | Sustainable change through stakeholder collaboration | Address the intersection of mental health and criminal justice, trauma informed approaches, re-entry and diversion programs, and more!