Today’s installment of WYPR’s Maryland Morning series, “Focus on the Counties,” features Frederick County Executive and MACo Past President Jan Gardner. County Executive Gardner serves as Frederick County’s first County Executive, after having served as Frederick County Commissioner and President of the Frederick County Commissioners. County Executive Gardner served as MACo’s President in 2007.
Join County Executive Gardner as she moderates the following session on Thursday, August 18 at 3:30 pm in Room 202 at the 2016 MACo Summer Conference:
Data-Driven Justice: Using Data to Lead to Better Outcomes in Criminal Justice
Description: Earlier this summer, Governor Larry Hogan led Maryland in signing on to the White House Data-Driven Justice Initiative, a bipartisan coalition of sixty-seven city, county, and state governments who have committed to using data-driven strategies to divert low-level offenders with mental illness out of the criminal justice system. These innovative strategies, which have measurably reduced jail populations in several communities, help stabilize individuals and families, better serve communities, and often save money in the process. Come learn how your jurisdiction can join the effort.
- V. Glenn Fueston, Jr, Executive Director, Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention
- Sam Malhotra, Secretary, Department of Human Resources
- Robert Green, Director, Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation
Learn more about MACo’s Summer Conference: