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Experts in law enforcement, student support services, juvenile justice and other areas were among presenters at the conference, “The Opioid Crisis: Prevention, Intervention and Treatment,” held by NJSBA recently at Mercer County Community College. Here, Erica Hein, research and reform specialist with the N.J. Juvenile Justice Commission, speaks to attendees.
The conference featured presentations such as “Social Services Before Complaints: Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline.” Presenters pictured here (l-r, standing) include Christopher L.C. Kuberiet, first assistant prosecutor, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office; Erica Hein, research and reform specialist, N.J. Juvenile Justice Commission; and Nancy Curry, N.J. Department of Education director of the Office of Student Support Services.
Attendees participated in discussion at the NJSBA opioid conference, held on April 13.