Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission
Selected Presentations and Publications 2017-2019

2019
4.4 Scott Shumaker “Ohio’s Return to Indefinite Sentencing: Senate Bill 201 Webinar”
Judicial College panel discussion with Judge Sean Gallagher and Judge Reginald Routson.
4.1 Todd Ives. “Lucas County F5 Case Disposition Analysis (2017).”
Presentation at the Lucas County Common Pleas Court, Toledo, Ohio.
3.29 Lisa Hickman. “Navigating the Relationship: How Academics and Agencies/Organizations/Community Partners can Bridge the Disconnect and Form Meaningful and Productive Partnerships”
Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, March 29-30, Cincinnati, Ohio.
3.28 Scott Shumaker Senate Bill 201 “The Reagan Tokes Law” & Senate Bill 231 “Sierah’s Law”
Practitioner implementation training for Franklin County Public Defender’s Office, Columbus, Ohio.
3.13 Scott Shumaker Senate Bill 201 “The Reagan Tokes Law” & Senate Bill 231 “Sierah’s Law”
Practitioner implementation training at Fairfield County Common Pleas Court, Lancaster, Ohio.
2.7 Lisa Hickman and Todd Ives. “Bridging the Criminal Justice Data Disconnect: Where we are, where we are going, where we need to be.”
Session presentation at the Ohio Chief Probation Officer’s Association Training, Columbus, Ohio.
  Scott Shumaker. “Bail and Pretrial Reform: Where are we now.”
Session presentation at the Ohio Chief Probation Officer’s Association Training, Columbus, Ohio.
  Scott Shumaker. “Justice Reinvestment 2.0 & Ohio Criminal Justice Reform Models.”
Session presentation at the Ohio Chief Probation Officer’s Association Training, Columbus, Ohio.
February Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission. “Criminal Justice and Drug Sentencing Reform in Ohio after Issue 1.”
Federal Sentencing Reporter 31(3): 171-176.
2018
11.29 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “The Passage or Failure of The Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment: What Can We Learn from Ohio's Voting Patterns?”
The Ohio State University Drug Enforcement and Policy Center Ballot Insight Series, 2018 Ohio Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Amendment.
11.8 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “Change Is Coming: How to Start or Improve Your Pretrial Program.”
The Ohio Judicial College and Ohio Pretrial Association.
11.1 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “Sentencing and Parole Reform in Practice: Insights on Implementation Challenges.”
The Ohio State University Drug Enforcement and Policy Center Ballot Insight Series, 2018 Ohio Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Amendment.
10.11 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “The Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Proposed Constitutional Amendment.”
32nd annual Ohio Justice Alliance for Community Corrections Conference, Oct 11-12, 2019, Columbus, Ohio.
8.24 Scott Shumaker, Terri Jamison and Charlyn Bohland. “Shifting Sands of Bindovers.”
Supreme Court of Ohio (producer) webinar.
8.13-15 Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission
Hosted the National Association of Sentencing Commissions Annual Conference
5.3 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “Justice Reinvestment 2.0 Evidence Based Approach to Criminal Justice.”
17th annual Ohio Community Corrections Association Conference Roundtable discussion, May 3-4, 2018, Dublin, Ohio.
4.18 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (Panelist). “It Starts with Us.”
4th annual Women in Correctionsc Conference, hosted by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, Columbus, Ohio.
2.15 Lisa Hickman. "JRI Ohio: Using county data to enhance the formation of state strategies and policies."
Research presentation at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New Orleans, LA.
  Sara Andrews (Panel Chair). "The Role of Data and Risk in Sentencing Reform Across Ohio."
Research session at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New Orleans, LA.
1.23 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission.
HB 439 Proponent Testimony
Ohio House Criminal Justice Committee.
2017
  Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission. “Sentencing in the Heartland: A Perspective from Ohio.”
Federal Sentencing Reporter 30(2): 94-102.
11.28 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission.
Sentencing Overview. HB365 Interested Party Testimony.
Ohio House Criminal Justice Committee.
11.2 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission, and Judge Kenneth Spanagel. “Updates on Ad Hoc Committee on Bail and Pretrial Services Report and Recommendations.”
Presentation at the Ohio Judicial College’s Educational Session, Pretrial Release in Ohio: Trends and Best Practices, Columbus, Ohio.
10.12 Julie Depke, Michael Kochera, and Judge Kenneth Spanagel. “Recommendations of the Ad Hoc Committee on Bail and Pretrial Services.”
Presentation at the annual meeting of the Ohio Justice Alliance for Community Corrections, Columbus, Ohio.
9.12 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission. “Plenary Session: Roadmap to Bail Reform- Essential Elements of a Pretrial Justice System and Agency.”
Presentation at the National Association of Pretrial Service Agencies, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
8.30 Lisa Hickman. “OCSC Case Disposition Project.”
Presentation at the Ohio Judicial Conference’s Community Corrections Committee, Columbus, Ohio.
8.29 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (moderator) and Judge Kenneth Spanagel (presenter).“Trending Now: Pretrial Services and Bail Reform.”
Panel session at the annual meeting of the National Association of Sentencing Commissions, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
8.28 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission (moderator). “Using Data Analytics to Improve Ohio’s Public Safety and Criminal Justice Outcomes.”
Plenary session at the annual meeting of the National Association of Sentencing Commissions, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
2.2 Sara Andrews, Executive Director, Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission.  “Overview of Sentencing Commission and Current Trends.”
Presentation at the CLE meeting for the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Columbus, Ohio.
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