Denise Rodriguez is a leading expert on the criminal justice system, law enforcement and community-based policing. Throughout her career, she has developed extensive experience in police procedures and policies, protocol development and assessment.
Her research at CNA has resulted in recommendations to local governments on police-force tactics, accountability, public transparency and organizational reform. She has evaluated specific incidents in Tampa, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Spokane and other cities across the nation, reviewing departmental policy and procedures against national standards and best practices.
Rodriquez holds an M.A. in Forensic Psychology from Marymount University and a B.A. in Criminal Justice from St. Mary's University, Texas.
RECENT NEWSApril 3, 2017
CNA Safety and Security publishes CNA Executive Session on Policing: Officer Safety and Wellness by CNA analysts Dominique Burton and Denise Rodriguez
Collaborative Reform Initiative: Assessment Report on the Fayetteville Police Department
Tampa Bay Manhunt After-Action Report
The Baltimore Police Department: Police-Involved Shooting of January 9, 2011
Collaborative Reform Model: A Review of Officer-Involved Shootings in the Las Vegas
Command, Control, and Coordination: A Quick-Look Analysis of the Tampa Police Department's Operations During the 2012 Republican National Convention