Created Crime Victims Assistance Network I-CAN for victims/survivors of violent crime. Fierce Advocate for crime victims.
Evading Justice: an in-depth look at justice reforms, crime & consequence
Over the past decade, California has enacted significant criminal justice reform policies and practices turning the criminal justice system on its head. Are these reform efforts having a devastating impact on crime rates and victims’ rights? Please join National Crime Victims’ Rights Advocate Michael Ramos, the former District Attorney of San Bernardino County and champion for victims’ rights, along with National Law Enforcement Expert Paul Cappitelli, a retired Sheriff’s Captain and former Executive Director for the California Peace Officer’s Standards and Training Committee (POST) with host Christine Ward, Crime Victims Advocate, Executive Director of Crime Victims Assistance Network I-CAN and Crime Victims Alliance, and a leader in the crime victims rights’ movement for an in-depth look at criminal justice reform, crime and consequence in California.
If You Knew: the truth about crime and justice
We will be joined by victims of violent crime who will share about their life after tragedy and their journey through the criminal justice system and beyond. We will also explore the criminal justice system as a whole. Guest will also include criminal justice experts and victim rights’ advocates.