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Working With Sex Offender Populations

Monday, July 18 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

General Info

Attendees will learn types of offenses, Sex Offender Registry requirements, and common barriers faced by people with CSC convictions. Attendees will also hear about housing provided for people on parole funded by Michigan Department of Corrections through its Offender Success program. People in Offender Success funded housing with CSC convictions face additional barriers to reentry. 

The webinar will be especially helpful for anyone who provides housing services to people who may have a CSC conviction, as well as anyone with an interest in learning more about the topic. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of CSC convictions in Michigan and the need to create housing access for people with CSC convictions.

Cost

 

FREE

Instructor Info

Nayatt Castelein M.S works for the Michigan Department of Corrections Sex Offender Management and Interstate Units. She has experience working with diverse adult populations on probation and parole. She has overseen several caseloads, including Sex Offender, D-47 ( Mental Health), ICOTS ( Interstate), and Gender-Specific. She is also a trainer for Collaborative Case Management for Women and Sex Offender Management. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University and a Master of Science from Michigan State University with a focus in Security Management. Mariam’s Bio:

Mariam DeLand, LMSW, works for the Michigan Department of Corrections’ Offender Success program. She is a liaison between the Department and contracted providers in the community. She has a background in juvenile justice, including work with juveniles convicted of sex offenses, prison-based mental health services, outpatient mental health services, and reentry. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Adrian College and a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan with a focus in Interpersonal Practice and Management of Human Services.

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