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MARCC’s Priority Concerns for 2017

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2017 Priority Concerns

1) Community-Police Relations & Justice Reform


  • Convene groups and organizations to register vulnerable populations for the MARCC ID Card.
  • Inform judicatories, delegates, and broader community about the implementation of new preschool initiative that potentially reduces the number of children that enter the school to prison pipeline.
  • Learn about the justice system.
  • Listen to what people inside the system recommend to improve it.
  • Send reps to serve on policy initiatives that improve the justice system.Advocate for jury selection reform in Hamilton County Justice System.
  • Advocate for public policy initiatives that reduce the local and state prison population.
  • Learn, inform and advocate for employment certificate that advance high school youth who do not go to college.
  • Inform judicatories, delegates and broader community about the flow of local dollars to address the training and employment needs of young adults ages 16-24 in Hamilton County.

2) Interfaith Dialogue on Contentious Issues & Advocacy for Human Rights


  • Interpret world events of systemic prejudice or acts of violence initiated by or aimed at a particular religion or faith that have local consequences, to judicatory leaders, delegates, local community and media.
  • Listen to the voices within judicatories and community who are targets for discrimination or violence.
  • Learn and research interfaith dialogue and communication models that can be used in the community, police training academy and media to encourage understanding and strengthen processes that promote fair treatment of diverse religions and communal values.
  • Convene judicatory leaders to respond quickly to violence or symbolic acts of discrimination against a particular faith or religion.
  • Monitor implementation of recommendations made by Cincinnati Mayor's Task Force or Immigration.
  • Advocate for local policies in support of fair and just treatment of immigrants; and strengthen interfaith relationships and human rights in the local community as values related to policies and well-being.
  • Advocate for policies and processes that will put an end to human trafficking in the metropolitan region.          



To directly contact the Ohio Means Jobs Center of Cincinnati-Hamilton County regarding any job posting listed below, please call (513) 946-7200 or visit their location at 1916 Central Parkway, 45214, 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. 
                JULY HIRING EVENTS  
                Ohio State Trooper
                Stett Transportation - Sales Representative
                American Automobile Association - Roadside Assistance Driver
                Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber - Policy Analyst & Advocacy Education Manager 
                Re-Entry/Ex-Felon friendly companies!
                Northern Kentucky Health Department - Health Educator
                Goodwill - several positions available
                FedEx - Package Handlers                  
                Clermont & Hamilton County - several positions available                
                Training Assessment Placement Project (TAPP) - Veterans and Restored Citizens
Manufacturing Technician Training (MSSC)    
                Job Corps    



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