Criminal Justice Forum

                                            Breaking the Cycle of Violence-Criminal Justice Forum

Did you know that Philadelphia has the highest incarceration rate of any major city in the United States with 527 per 100,000 residents behind bars?

The Princeton Club of Philadelphia
Invites Alumni and Friends to a Special Forum on...
Breaking the Cycle of Violence
Guest speaker: Seth Williams, Philadelphia District Attorney

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
5:30pm-7:30pm (reception at 5:30pm, opening remarks by District Attorney to begin at 6:00pm)

Location: The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office
Three South Penn Square, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
(located in the Widener Building on Broad and Chestnut Street)
link to map/directions

This forum will be an opportunity to discuss the cycle of violence in Philadelphia and its impact on the community. Touching on topics like poverty, failing schools, and broken communities, the panel will address the efforts of the criminal justice community to change the trajectory of our city’s most disadvantaged youth. District Attorney Seth Williams’ opening remarks will highlight his vision for an effective District Attorney’s office and his efforts to implement community-wide partnerships to address the challenges facing Philadelphia.

Panelists include:
Everett Gillison, Chief of Staff for Mayor Michael Nutter, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety
Lawrence Goode ‘84, Assistant District Attorney, Assistant Chief of the Appeals Unit
Sherry Hunter, Executive Director of Center City Crime and Victim Services
Laurie Malone, Deputy District Attorney, Pre-Trial Division
Dr. Maria Kefalas, Professor of Sociology, Saint Joseph’s University (moderator)

COST: $10 for Princeton Club of Philadelphia members and for students, $15 for non-members ($15 at the door)

RSVP: Space is limited. Please RSVP by submitting payment via the PayPal links below (strongly preferred).

For Member and Student Price

For Non-Member Price

If you prefer to by check, pay to the order of: Princeton Club of Philadelphia
and mail to:
The Princeton Club of Philadelphia
PO Box 41
Merion Station, PA 19066

*All attendees must present a photo ID at the building’s security desk.

For any questions, contact Joe Sengoba ( / 609-902-3671)

In partnership with Princeton AlumniCorps and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office