Waterloo Region – The Friends of Crime Prevention network is hosting an evening with Diane Schoemperlen, author of This Is Not My Life on Thursday, November 3, 2016. This book recounts the story of her long-term relationship with a prison inmate and covers tough issues related to root causes of crime, such as family violence, sexual violence and problematic substance use.
This is not my Life is the first book selection in the Turn the Page Book Club – a community reading project initiated by Friends of Crime Prevention – to get people thinking and talking about justice, stigma and creating safe communities.
Join us for an evening with the author Diane Schoemperlen:
Thursday, November 3, 2016
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Fresh Ground Café, 256 King St. East, Kitchener
Mike Farwell will facilitate a panel discussion about justice, institutionalization and preventing emotional abuse.
About Friends of Crime Prevention
Friends of Crime Prevention is a growing network of community members dedicated to advancing the work of crime prevention through social development.
About the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council
The Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council advances ideas and actions that alleviate root causes of crime and improve social well-being. As a community collaborative it engages and connects citizens, decision makers, and service providers in order to reduce crime, victimization and fear of crime.
For more information, please contact:
Sarah Anderson, Community Engagement Coordinator
Tel: 519-575-4400 Ext. 3548