This free, online event was held on July 8, 2009, and was convened by the Ash Center's Government Innovators Network and the National Institute of Justice. Please visit the event page to access the slide presentations and resources associated with this webinar.

Event description: This online panel discussed the results from a three-year study recently completed and supported by the National Institute of Justice that examined the ways in which decision-makers respond to parole violations in California. The study represents the largest and most comprehensive study of parole violations ever conducted, and the lessons learned will be instructive to policymakers and practitioners in other states.

This webinar was moderated by Jeremy Travis with panelists Joan Petersilia, Ryken Grattet, Thomas Hoffman, and Peggy Burke.