An Evening with OJPC: For Residents Lacking Essential Support as They Navigate the Complexities of the Criminal Justice System


Wednesday October 26

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

101 S Lebanon Road, Loveland OH

Doors open at 6:45 p.m.

The event starts at 7 p.m.

Reception begins at 8:00 PM

Loveland, Ohio – Epiphany UMC and Prince of Peace Lutheran Church are sponsoring “An Evening with OJPC” on Wednesday, October 26 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.

The evening is for local residents to “come learn about and support” the Ohio Justice and Policy Center, a nonprofit law firm that works to create “just, smart, and redemptive criminal justice systems.” They provide direct legal assistance to clients, advocate for better policies and laws, and conduct community education.

David Singleton

David Singleton, Executive Director, and others will talk about the latest services, programs and resources available for people who lack essential supports as they navigate the complexities of our criminal justice system.

Registration is not required, but RSVPs are welcome: [email protected]

The Ohio Justice & Policy Center is a nonprofit law firm, with offices in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, that fights for those who lack support within the criminal justice system. We demand equal justice and fair treatment for all people at every stage of incarceration because a person deserves dignity after conviction and resources for the people of Ohio as they navigate the justice system. complex and often costly criminal justice system.

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