Community Safety Forum: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

Community Safety Forum: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

Date: July 18, 2021
Time: 2 to 3 p.m.
Cost: Free for Museum Members or with Museum Admission
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Presented in partnership with the Clark County Law Foundation, this program will focus on alternative programs for juvenile offenders. Patrick Montejano, program director for the Clark County Law Foundation, will discuss ways in which young people can take advantage of several programs, including Trial By Peers and the Let Freedom Ring project. Trial By Peers is an innovative program used as an alternative for first-time and some second-time juvenile offenders. Let Freedom Ring provides community service projects throughout Southern Nevada that are integrated with law-related education.

Each month, The Mob Museum partners with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and other local agencies to host Community Safety Forums – free public programs focused on pertinent issues that affect Southern Nevada. Thanks to NV Energy, pre-registered guests are given free admission to the Museum following the event. The Mob Museum will also provide a recording of this presentation on its website.

NV Energy provides a wide range of energy services to more than 1.4 million customers throughout Nevada and more than 56 million tourists annually. NV Energy actively supports improvements in the quality of life of the communities NV Energy serves through financial contributions and employee volunteerism. Information about NV Energy is available at the company’s website nvenergy.com.

This program will take place in the Museum’s Historic Courtroom.