• What is the process of setting-up a recurring meeting?
• How do you change a meeting you already have scheduled?
• Your meetings may not be held in your office. Many organizations approve telecommuting and travel can create a barrier to attending meetings in person. You might find that several attendees or you may not attend meetings in person but through the use of technology can be present. Use the Internet to investigate meeting methods and technologies that can be used when all of the attendees are not in the same location.
• Discuss your findings, your experiences, likes and dislikes, and the added benefits that you discover.
• Explain what you struggled with or what you found that was new and exciting that you plan to use personally or professionally.
e Detention Risk Assessment Instrument, even youth who will ultimately be diverted prior to DJS referral through the BPD Diversion Program. This will limit young people’s exposure to the detrimental impact and collateral consequences associated with generating unnecessary DJS and court records. d. BPD should develop a training and messaging strategy to increase officer knowledge and understanding of new policies and protocols for interacting with youth, the purpose of the juvenile court system, details of juvenile justice process, and the purpose of secure detention. Clear and consistent messaging for officers will help to mitigate the obdurate frustration that officers reportedly experience when they perceive that young people are not being held accountable by the system. e. Conduct a case processing analysis of adult-charged youth in detention to identify why time spent in detention for these youth has doubled from 2014 to 2018 and develop policies and programs to address the causes of delays. 2. Programs and Conditions a. The City should partner closely with DJS and the Baltimore JDAI Oversight Board to assess the continuum of Secure Detention Alternative established by DJS and the extent to which it meets existing needs. b. The City and its appropriate offices and agencies should partner with DJS to identify additional programs for youth in detention, in particular youth charged as adults, that can help young people build skills and connections that will help them succeed following release and return to their communities.>GET ANSWER