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Jim Moeser (WI)
Jim Moeser has worked in juvenile justice for 36 years, serving in a number of positions with the Dane County Juvenile Court Program and as the Administrator for the State of Wisconsin Division of Juvenile Corrections. He has been involved in a wide variety of community and juvenile justice system related efforts, including overseeing operations of secure and nonsecure residential facilities, gang intervention programs, restitution and victim services, mental health services for youth in the juvenile justice system, and collaborating with community agencies, schools, and law enforcement. Mr. Moeser has been involved in training and consultation in Wisconsin and throughout the country in areas of Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ), juvenile detention reform, coordinating mental health and juvenile justice services, teen courts, juvenile offender reentry, and victim-offender conferencing and other restorative practices. He has published articles on implementing BARJ principles in detention settings and in the community and on integrating mental health and juvenile justice systems, and he co-edited The Desktop Guide to Juvenile Offender Reentry for Confinement Facilities, published in 2004. Mr. Moeser has served on numerous local and State boards and committees and is currently Chair of the Wisconsin Governor's Juvenile Justice Commission. In November 2008 he assumed the role of Deputy Director of the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, a multi-issue State advocacy organization promoting the safety, health, and economic stability of Wisconsin's children and families.

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