Sacramento Community Forum on Criminal Justice 3/22/2020 draft

Sacramento Community Forum on Criminal Justice 3/22/2020 draft

A Virtual Speaker Series *SHOW UP*EDCUATE*ENGAGE 
Surging Our Capacity for Public Policy Influence, Accountability and Transparency 
Sacramento Community Forum on Criminal Justice (draft 3/22/2020)

I.     Purpose:
To educate the community, identify inequities and develop strategies to improve equities in the criminal justice system.

II.     Audience:
Community organizations, community at large
 
III.    Presenters:
 
IV.    SHOWING UP! (ON-LIINE—ZOOM or other)
 
V.     Publicity/Communications (Examples) 
    • Flyer
    • Websites
    • E-mails, FB, IG, Twitter
VI. COALITION: (Potential AND MORE TBD) 
    • NAACP
    • BAPAC
    • ACLU – Sacramento Chapter
    • LWVSC
V.   EDUCATE (PART 1)
A.    Understanding the Criminal Justice System & Key Players
        1. State Attorney General
        2. District Attorney
        3. Juries and Grand Juries 
        4. Police Oversight – Sacramento Police Review Commission 
        5. Sheriff Oversight
        6. Board of Supervisors and Local City Councils
        7. Judicial System 
        8. Law Enforcement: Peace Officers Bill of Rights, POST
        9. Governor
        10. Independent/Appointed Law Enforcement Oversight 

B. SWOT ANALYSIS - Identify inequities and strategies (PART 2)

OBJECTIVE: To make the California Criminal Justice System more equitable

STRENGTHS -What are the strengths within our criminal justice system? 

• POST

 

 

OPPORTUNITIES – What are the opportunities to strengthen the weaknesses in our criminal justice system? 

• Expungements 

  • Restorative Justice
  • Mental Healthcare
  • Hold Politicians Accountable

WEAKNESSNESS – What are the weaknesses within our criminal justice system? 

• POBAR

• POST

THREATS – What are the threats to equity in our criminal justice system? 

• RACISM

 

 

D. ENGAGE!!! ACTION STEPS (PART 3) 

DRAFT 3/22/20