Bishop Guillory, was also Moderator for Panel Discussions with The Honorable Juvenile Judge Tammy Stewart, The Honorable Judge Paul A. Bonin, 4th Circuit Court Of Appeals New Orleans LA., The Honorable Judge Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. Criminal Court Judge Washington, D.C. The Crime Summit was sponsored by The National Institute for Social Justice, Inc..
Carmelita Pope-Freeman, Southwest Regional Director for The United States Justice Department - Community Relations Service; was also on hand with technical Assistance, Jimmy Fox, Special Agent In-Charge DEA was on hand to address the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's role in 2010 with regard to National Policy and Community Safety. New Orleans Sheriff Marlin Gusman played a positive role in the meeting of minds; giving information as to how agency heads within the criminal justice system and persons working with offenders once released from the jail and prisons can work together to prevent crime.
The Summit had collaboration, partnership from Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement, Judges from Federal, State and Washington, D.C.. The Speakers, Presenters, and Panelist used this opportunity to address a very important subject.....Crime In Our Communities. New Orleans City Councilman James Carter, Chairman of the Criminal Justice Committee, took the time to personally Welcome and Give Thanks to; Bishop L.J. Guillory, Ombudsman General Dr. Smith, The National Institute for Social Justice., Dr. Carl Wiltz, Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Dillard University New Orleans L.A., Dr. Ira Neighbors, Professor of Social Work Southern University New Orleans, LA.
At the End of The Four Day Summit.... "We Found Out That Collaboration, Partnership and Crime Prevention Are The Keys To Success!"