Virtual Westside Community Conversation: November 18, 2021

Westside Alders Barbara Harrington-McKinney, Nasra Wehelie, Nikki Conklin, and Christian Albouras invite you to a virtual Westside Community Conversation on Thursday, November 18, 2021, at 6pm.

This is the third in a series of Westside Community Conversations. The topic is “Youth in the System: Why Juvenile Justice Needs Reform.” Special guests include:

  • Judge Everett Mitchell, Dane County Juvenile Judge
  • Heather Crowley, DCDHS Youth Justice Prevention/Early Intervention
  • Nicholas Loumos, Chief Operations Officer, Focused Interruption

Capt. Tim Patton will also be present to give a West Police District update at the beginning of the meeting.

You can join the virtual event using your computer, smartphone, or tablet, or you can listen in via telephone. You will receive login information after registering at Please note that registration is limited to 500 participants. The meeting will be recorded.

Please email your questions for the panelists to by Monday, November 15.

You can view a recording of the September 30 Westside Community Conversation, which featured Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes and Dane County Sheriff Kalvin Barrett, here.

You can view a recording of the October 14 Westside Community Conversation, which featured an overview and discussion of the 2022 Executive Budget, here.