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Employment History

Director
Project ReEntry

Affiliations

Board Member
at home

City Councilman
Minneapolis

Member
Minneapolis Council

City Councilman
City Council

Member of 2001 Board
Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board

Member
Board of Commissioners

City Council Member
Council Member of the Eighth Ward for the City of Minneapolis

City Council Member
Council Member of the Eighth Ward

Education



Washburn High School

Web References (155 Total References)


H.I.R.E. Resources and Assistance

www.hirenetwork.org, $reference.date [cached]

Brian Herron, Director Project Re-entry


Pioneer Press | 07/01/2003 | 'Very top to very bottom'

www.twincities.com, $reference.date [cached]

Kline and former Minneapolis councilman Brian Herron were the featured speakers at an unusual event - a program, lasting nearly four hours, to gather up the lessons learned from the experiences of five men convicted of white-collar crimes.

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Herron was convicted last year of extortion.He spent about a year in prison.Today, he is working for Project Reentry, a group that helps former prisoners establish new lives.
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Herron said he was disturbed by the use of the term "white-collar crime" because felt it conveys that such crimes are victimless when, in fact, they aren't.
But he emphasized he was blessed by the support he's received.Both his mother and father, he noted are ministers.
"Good people do bad things, but that doesn't make them a bad person."
Having power can be addicting, he said, echoing a theme cited by other speakers.
"It can be really important to understand the law," he added.


Very Top to Very Bottom

www.cebcglobal.org, $reference.date [cached]

Kline and former Minneapolis councilman Brian Herron were the featured speakers at an unusual event - a program, lasting nearly four hours, to gather up the lessons learned from the experiences of five men convicted of white-collar crimes.

...
Herron was convicted last year of extortion.He spent about a year in prison.Today, he is working for Project Reentry, a group that helps former prisoners establish new lives.
...
Herron said he was disturbed by the use of the term "white-collar crime" because felt it conveys that such crimes are victimless when, in fact, they aren't.
But he emphasized he was blessed by the support he's received.Both his mother and father, he noted are ministers.
"Good people do bad things, but that doesn't make them a bad person."
Having power can be addicting, he said, echoing a theme cited by other speakers.
"It can be really important to understand the law," he added.


White-collar criminals talk about misdeeds - 2003-06-30 - The Business Journal (Minneapolis/St. Paul)

twincities.bizjournals.com, $reference.date [cached]

People get hurt," Brian Herron, former Minneapolis city council member, said today at an event called "White Collar Crime and Personal Responsibility."

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About 240 people attended speeches, panel discussions and presentations by Herron and George Kline, a former Minneapolis financier who was convicted of insider trading and other financial crimes.
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Herron, who was convicted of federal bribery charges in 2001 and served a one-year prison sentence, urged the audience to abide by the law and develop moral standards of conduct for everyday life.
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Herron now works for Project Reentry, an organization that helps convicted criminals re-enter the community.


White-collar Criminals Talk About Misdeeds

www.cebcglobal.org, $reference.date [cached]

People get hurt," Brian Herron, former Minneapolis city council member, said today at an event called "White Collar Crime and Personal Responsibility."

Organized by the University of St. Thomas School of Law, the College of Business and the Center for Ethical Business Cultures, the event had to be moved to downtown Minneapolis' First Baptist Church because of high public interest.About 240 people attended speeches, panel discussions and presentations by Herron and George Kline, a former Minneapolis financier who was convicted of insider trading and other financial crimes.
...
Herron, who was convicted of federal bribery charges in 2001 and served a one-year prison sentence, urged the audience to abide by the law and develop moral standards of conduct for everyday life.
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Herron now works for Project Reentry, an organization that helps convicted criminals re-enter the community.

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