Offender and Victim Advocacy: Is there a Middle Ground? DC Public Safety-220,000 Requests a Month

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Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/11/offender-and-victim-advocacy-is-there-a-middle-ground-dc-public-safety-220000-requests-a-month/

The program interviews the Rev. Bernard Keels, Director-University Memorial Chapel at the Morgan State University and mentor/facilitator of faith-based groups in Washington, D.C. Also interviewed was Anne Seymour, a nationally recognized expert in victim services and founder of Justice Solutions. The program addressed the intersection between offender and victim rights and discussed how it’s possible for both to be mutually supportive.

The website for Justice Solutions is www.justicesolutions.org. The website for Morgan State University is www.morgan.edu.

The program is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

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  1. Nice topic to discuss!!

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