Board President Percy Pitzer has named Rene Greenwald the Executive Director at the CCEF.
Rene has been the Program Administrator since the CCEF began a little over a year ago, and has worked closely with Mr. Pitzer in developing and promoting the Foundation.
to Speak at COPE Conference
Percy Pitzer, Executive VP and CEO of Creative Corrections, served over 35 years with the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
He began his career as a corrections officer and retired as a Senior Warden.
will conduct a workshop The Importance of Criminal Justice Ministry
that will discuss how over-incarceration, mandatory minimum sentencing and today's inmate profiles play in important part in why criminal justice ministry is important in the changing times we face today.
Based on a retired warden's perspective, Percy
shares what inmates need and look for in ministries.
encourages inmates to take a strong parenting role prior to reentry and has developed a program that gives the inmate population an opportunity to make parenting a priority.
also shares how the Creative Corrections Education Foundation
& Criminal Justice Ministries can partner with the inmate population and families of the incarcerated, a partnership that benefits all involved in the process.
Milwaukee House of Corrections first correctional facility in the State of Wisconsin to Partner With the CCEF
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Former Warden and CCEF founder, Percy Pitzer toured the Milwaukee House of Corrections (HOC) with Assistant Superintendent Jose Hernandez.
After the tour, HOC Superintendent Mike Hafeman invited Percy to attend the HOC Community Relations Board meeting later that evening.
was provided a spot on the agenda to discuss CCEF
and ways HOC could partner with the Foundation.
Article Published in ABA
Founder, Board President and former warden, Percy Pitzer just published a thought provoking article on over-incarceration and its impact on the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), appearing in the Spring 2013 edition of the American Bar Association publication Criminal Justice.