The New Jersey Juvenile Detention Association

21st Annual Training Conference

Conference Pricing & Location

Daily Conference Rates: $150.00

Full Conference Rate: $395.00

Hotel Cost: $75 per night

Location: Tropicana Atlantic City, Havana Tower
Rate guaranteed through August 26, 2019

Conference Date

18th Wednesday

101 Tracking the gangs: Using Modern Technology to Manage Your Facility
Capt Loretta Nichols, Camden County Youth Center
102 Mental Health and Youth
Dr. Nicholas Montello Bergen County Youth Services
103 Trauma Informed Practices: Adverse Childhood Experiences
McKnight, NJ Department of Education
104 Social & Emotional Learning - Part 1
Phil Tenaglia
105 Gangs, Girls and Human Trafficking
Edwin Torres, NJ State Division of Investigations Kim Maloney, CSOC/DCF
106 How To Defuse Interpersonal Crisis Situations Involving Residents in a JDC
Karl Thomas, Director of Training NJ Juvenile Justice Commission
107 Classroom Management - Part 2
Phil Tenaglia

19th Thursday

All Day
201 PREA Investigator's Training
Wimson Crespo Director of Investigations, NJ JJC
202 Juvenile Gangs 2019: What is New
CO Anthony Corcione Middlesex Cty Dept of Corrections
203 Bias, Prejudice & Stereotypes
Chief Dave D'Amico Middlesex Cty Corrections & Youth
204 Native American Drumming
Barbara Barr, Ocean County Debra Jacques
205 Substance Use Crisis
Anthony Pierro Ocean County Prosecutor's Off, Jennifer Bak, DCP&P
206 Transgender Searches
Please add JJC Training Academy after instructors name
207 Community Engagement: Reaching Our Most Vulnerable Youth
Dennis Febo, Guazabara Insights Saundra Robinson, Connected VINE Steven Campos, Hudson Partnershp CMO Dwayne Baskerville: Go Get My Kids Frank Gilmore, FEDDIE Foundation

20th Friday

301 Explanation and Discussion of S2003
Jeff Jenei, NJJJC Dave Chippendale, Middlesex County Youth Center
302 Care & Support After Stressful or Traumatic Events
Amy Jacob, UMDNJ
303 SWOT: Strength, Weakness, Opportunity & Threat
Karl Thomas, Director of Training NJ Juvenile Justice Commission
304 Exploring Juvenile Justice and Youth Development in a Certificate or Degree Program
Ken Karamichael, Rutgers University