Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Graduation OCCC (Associates Degree)

    Graduation Step 1




       December 14th I graduated with my A.A. in Diversified Studies. One degree down! I will be starting at Langston University for my B.S. in Corrections. After that? Ideally I would like to teach Criminal Justice, this will require at minimum a Masters Degree, but a J.D. or Ph.D would the preferred option. I have no intentions of practicing law and I believe I could teach with a Masters degree, and perhaps work on the Ph.D at the same time. It is unfortunate Langston does not have a Masters program in Criminal Justice.

Shad Hagan

Tuesday, September 10, 2019


SMART RECOVERY 





     I am posting a few quick links for anyone who is interested to review.  Smart recovery is an evidence based recovery program and possibly a good alternative to AA/NA or I have even heard of people doing both. The program is NIDA approved and currently available in Oklahoma in 2 locations in the Edmond, Oklahoma area. AA/NA is a great program but we can always offer alternatives for those who need them! Some people with addiction issues do no not want a religious program, and they should not have to. Studies show us Smart Recovery is just as effective for non-religious addicts.





STUDY ON SMART RECOVERY

Study on Religiosity and Smart Recovery

Smart Recovery Website

Smart Recovery Handbook

Smart Recovery Family/Friends Handbook

Powerless No Longer suggested reading

Monday, September 9, 2019

2nd Annual Prisoner Injustice Rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol


Oklahoma prisoner Injustices, Journeys to Justice, and Shad Hagan-Criminal Justice Reform and solutions, are uniting for the 2nd Annual Prisoner Injustice rally! Tenative date Dec, 3rd 2020

It's time for ALL Oklahomans and ALL reform groups to show unity at the Capitol! If just one person per current or past inmate comes, we will overflow the Capitol...and we will be heard!

If you or your group want to be heard at the rally, send an email and include your story, name and phone number to:
oklahomaprisonerinjustices@yahoo.com
shad@shadhagan.org
or contact any of the three groups listed above! All groups are welcome to come and rally with us !!!

All three of the groups listed above can be found on Facebook.  If your group would like to join us please like or page and send us a message or send us an e-mail.

Anyone impacted whether it is a current inmate, ex-offender, rehabilitated offenders, family, friend, politician, or criminologist. Please let us know!!! Whatever the specific situation we all need to unite together!!!

More info coming soon!

Shad Hagan
Tina Goertz

Shad Hagan Criminal Justice Reform Facebook Page

Oklahoma Prisoner Injustices

Journeys to Justice

FaceBook Event

Tuesday, September 3, 2019



COCAA COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESMENT 

Dear Community Leaders, 

COCAA is conducting a Community Needs Assessment. Please see the web based LINK below. Please take a few minutes to answer just a few questions.
The data collected from this assessment is collected in a web base at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. We all can use the results to find GAPS of services and needs for numerous Counties.
LOGAN, LINCOLN, SEMINOLE, POTTAWATAMIE, CLEVELAND, AND PAYNE
We need to get feedback from residents through the Counties listed above. Could you please forward this email to any large groups that may have a few minutes to complete the survey???
Thank you in advance.

Shad Hagan , 
State Board of Directors (Payne County Board Member)
Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency

Clean Slate Bill PA
CLEAN SLATE BILL




     I want everyone to read this common sense legislation.  While we have made some improvements, clean slate legislation would improve opportunity for offenders, and make the legal process much simpler. 

     While people think about the offender just getting released, people fail to think about the consequences of a criminal record down the road in regards to education, employment, housing, and opportunity overall. 

     Ex-offenders who can earn more money will pay more taxes, and be less likely to end up back in the Criminal Justice System. Education is another important factor in re-integration, why would we not want people to be more educated and increase their earning potential. I also believe some ex-offenders could be useful to the justice system as consultants to combat crime in different areas. 

    How can we say we want Criminal Justice Reform, however we want to question you about your crime the rest of your life? Everyone who has engaged in criminal conduct is not "Evil". We cannot walk in another persons shoes. However, forcing people to open wounds over and over again prevents a person from healing. When do these people truly get to rejoin society???

Shad Hagan