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Dinniman, Lt. Gov Stack to Hold Info Session on Pardons at WCU Thursday
WEST CHESTER – March 28, 2017 – State Senator Andy Dinniman and Lt. Governor Mike Stack will hold “Pathways to Pardons,” an informational meeting on the processes and available programs to help those with records of non-violent crime take advantage of job opportunities.
The meeting is scheduled from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 30th at West Chester University’s Business Management Center (BPMC 212) located at South Church and Sharpless Streets in West Chester.
“If you or someone you know has a record for a non-violent crime that is keeping them from getting a job or moving forward with a career, I encourage you to attend Thursday’s meeting,” Dinniman said. “We’ll discuss the process and ways to help you get back to work.”
The information meeting will focus on steps those with non-violent criminal records can take to prevent those records from getting in the way of their ability to get a job or take advantage of other career opportunities. Topics to be discussed include the pardons and expungement process, as well as orders of limited access.
Dinniman will provide an update on current legislation in Harrisburg and Stack will discuss his efforts to streamline and improve the pardons process to make it more accessible for applicants.
The meeting is free and open to the public.