Senior Research Specialist
Emma Wohl is experienced in providing training and technical assistance to and conducting research in law enforcement and corrections agencies. Wohl is the project manager for the CNA Project on American Justice, which convenes law enforcement practitioners and researchers to identify and discuss top issues in the field. Her research topics including community and tribal policing, policing innovation, and law enforcement technology use. She has contributed to studies of community policing implementation, safety equipment use in correctional agencies, and technology use among law enforcement agencies.
Wohl has a B.A. in Economics with a concentration in Public Policy from the University of Virginia.
RECENT NEWSMay 24, 2019
A just-released report by CNA, SPI: Reflections on 10 Years of Innovation, is an in-depth look at the strategies and innovations police departments across the United States have put into place to reduce crime in rural and urban communities. Read more.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Justice and Policing
The Strategies for Policing Innovation Initiative