Univeristy Professor & RJ Facilitator at a Correctional Institution
University of Wisconsin-PlattevilleContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Session:#ShowMe! 5 Restorative Justice Activities for Juveniles at Risk
Dr. Amy Nemmetz is a licensed Social Worker and an Assistant Professor for the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Department of Criminal Justice. Nemmetz teaches a variety of courses to include Victimology and Restorative Justice, Criminology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, and Senior Seminar courses. Previously, Nemmetz worked with UW-Platteville Police as a Community Service Officer, Platteville Police Department as a Dispatcher & 911 Telecommunicator, and for a tri-county drug unit. She has also worked for Dane County (Madison, WI) Court’s jail diversion programs, a juvenile group home, and Dane County Human Services Child Protection. Nemmetz feels very strongly about promoting restorative justice initiatives and reducing systematic victimization via several avenues to include utilizing forensic interviewing and multi-disciplinary teams and engaging offenders in victim impact programming.