About the presenters:|
James Galezewski, a 31-year veteran of the Milwaukee Police Department, has experience in patrol, narcotics, crime prevention, research and development, public administration, emergency management, crime analysis and is the developer of a program to forecast crime trends. He is the author of Beyond Vengeance and Retribution: A Reasoned Approach to Unreasonable Behavior.
Justice Janine P. Geske (ret.) currently serves as a Distinguished Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School and Director of the Law School's Restorative Justice Initiative. Restorative justice brings victims of crime, their offenders and members of the affected community together in dialogue as a healing alternative to traditional criminal justice. Justice Geske served on the Wisconsin Supreme Court from 1993-1998.
Dr. Mallory O'Brien has led the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission since July 2004. Dr. O'Brien is trained as an epidemiologist and has worked in the field of violent injury prevention for the past 15 years. In 1994 she began her work developing, implementing and evaluating a regional tracking system for firearm deaths, the Firearm Injury Reporting System, at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The event also features response art coupling written work of survivors who participated in the fall 2013 "The Stories We Tell" writing workshop with artwork by Wauwatosa East High School students, to create awareness of sexual and domestic violence and human trafficking that stresses our communities.
Mount Mary University, Helfaer Hall (View)
2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway
Milwaukee, WI 53222
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