Dismas Charities Greensboro Staff Meet To Discuss Being Smart On Crime


This year staff of the Greensboro program attended the Reentry, Smart on Crime and Project Safe Neighborhoods meeting where several criminal justice representatives discussed ways to make communities
safer and how to better assist offenders as they transition from prison. According to Director Dale Cauble, the program is designed “to bring all stakeholders – U.S. Probation, state probation, other state and federal agencies, and police and sheriff departments – together to address the issues.” Over 200 attended the one-day conference which covered re-entry, cognitive behavioral interventions, research, evidence-based practices, and employment for returning offenders. The conference is part of the U.S. Attorney General’s Smart On Crime Initiative, Project Safe Neighborhoods and America’s Network Against Gun Violence. From left above are Cauble, Employment Specialist Curtis Wallace, U.S. Attorney Ripley Rand, Social Services Coordinator Sharon Bell, and Counselor Elizabeth Gainey.

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