Why the U.S. Should Get Out of the Youth Prison Business

Thursday, November 30, 2017
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Schermerhorn Hall
1180 Amsterdam Ave, New York, New York


The Justice Working Group is a collaborative effort of the Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC) and the Center for Justice to assemble faculty, research scientists and fellows, graduate students and community partners in order to share and discuss work in the field of criminal justice. We welcome participants from various disciplines and institutions.

This seminar, entitled Why the U.S. Should Get Out of the Youth Prison Business, is hosted by Vincent Schiraldi who directs the Program in Criminal Justice Policy Management at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Registration is required



1180 Amsterdam Ave, New York, New York, 10027, U.S.
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Schermerhorn Hall can be accessed by entering via Columbia's main gates at 116th Street and Broadway and proceeding up the main college steps.  The building is located just northeast of the domed Low Library.