Our next Hack Night will feature Cameron and Rebecca from Milwaukee County Alternative Adult Drug Court. They will be talking about alternative sentencing in the criminal justice system and how drawing insights from data is important to the work that they do. They are interested in exploring ways to collaborate! The food sponsor is the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, and the location is Bolton Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus.
Agenda (Times Approximate, May be Subject to Change):
6:00 to 6:15 - Arrival, Registration, Food Service
6:15 to 6:20 - Welcome from Code for Milwaukee
6:20 to 6:40 - Presentation (Save Questions for Q&A)
6:40 to 6:45 - Presentation Q&A
6:45 to 7:00 - Breakout Group Introductions
- Cameron and Rebecca will lead a breakout group for discussing their presentation, ideas, and detailed questions.
- New breakout groups MUST be registered at https://forms.gle/6ZKzKj2HKG5bMq8j6 in order to receive introductory time.
7:00 to 9:00 - Open Collaboration and Hacking
9:00 to 9:10 - Updates from the Groups, Next Steps Discussion, Announcements
9:30 - Hard Stop, Doors Closed and Locked
Red Line, Gold Line, Route 21, Route 22, Route 30/30X, Route 60 direct to UWM. Green Line to Oakland and Kenwood, then walk ~3 blocks east.
Parking is not free on UWM campus grounds. There is a parking garage under UWM's Lubar Hall with a tunnel that connects to Bolton Hall. The fee to park is $2 an hour for the two hours, then $1 an hour following. Most attendees pay $5 or less for parking. Otherwise, free street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhoods within a short distance to UWM - please check street signs to avoid a ticket or tow.
For the photo release, and for the Diversity, Inclusion, and Code of Conduct, please visit https://github.com/codeformilwaukee/hack-night-digital-programs#rules-code-of-conduct-etc. By attending, you agree to these items.