|Database Crime Tracking: Crime Prevention or Privacy Invasion?|
Thursday, April 21, 2011 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
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This presentation will discuss the entry of criminal records into the database of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, the laws that balance the privacy and other rights of ex-offenders with the need to safeguard victims and the public, as well as the link between cruelty to animals and violence toward human beings.
NADYA E. ROSEN, Deputy Director, Domestic Family Violence Unit, Brooklyn South Legal Services; STEPHANIE JONES, Committee on Legal Issues Pertaining to Animals
PHIL ARKOW, Coordinator, National Link Coalition; Consultant to ASPCA and the Animals & Society Institute; DEIDRE KEATING, Senior Attorney, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services; JUDY WHITING, General Counsel, Community Service Society
Committee on Legal Issues Pertaining to Animals, Martha L. Golar, Chair; Committee on Domestic Violence, Sandra Parks, Chair