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Domestic Safety and Security
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, the subject of his book, Tonight We Bomb the U.S. Capitol. podcast CNA merges its objective, data-driven approach with deep expertise in policing, corrections, domestic terrorism and emergency ... of Justice. The Advancing 21st Century Policing and Precision Policing initiatives were founded on CNA analysis, and we have been a leader in police racial bias audits and research on the effective use ... are summarized in this video. orange half large The Use of Predictive Analytics in Policing /quick-looks/2021/predictive-analytics-in-policing This brief provides a resource for law enforcement agencies
Tammy Felix
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and corrections projects including serving as the deputy program director for the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s COVID Detection and Mitigation in Confinement Facilities Training and Technical Assistance Center and is an analyst on community policing for the Chicago Independent Monitoring Team. She has also led the analysis of numerous police-involved critical incidents initiatives helping federal, state
Scott Decker
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Decker-Scott /images/Experts/Decker-Scott.jpg Scott Decker is a criminologist with over 45 years of experience working with law enforcement, corrections and juvenile justice agencies and their clients to improve the quality of justice through data analysis. Decker is co-principal investigator on the study of the impact of COVID-19 on juvenile justice processes and practices funded by the National Institute of Justice in the U.S. Department of Justice. He also is a subject matter expert on the Smart Policing Initiative, Body Worn Camera Training and Technical Assistance program, Prosecutors
Bryce Peterson
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Peterson-Bryce /images/Experts/Peterson-Bryce.jpg Bryce Peterson is an expert in corrections and policing. His research focuses on body-worn cameras and other technologies, correctional safety and contraband, and other policies and programs that improve the efficacy of criminal justice operations. His work includes evaluations, policy analyses, and technical assistance projects. Prior to joining CNA, Peterson was a principal research associate with the Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center, where he developed and led a portfolio of work sponsored by several federal and local government
Research for Justice Solutions
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CNA has applied research, analysis, and technical assistance to solve complex problems in the public and government sectors. We work agencies and organizations to analytically assess challenges and develop responses that promote public safety, reduce violence, prevent crime, address victim needs and services, and improve police and corrections operations.
to analytically assess challenges and develop responses that promote public safety, reduce violence, prevent crime, address victim needs and services, and improve police and corrections operations ... to analytically assess challenges and develop responses that promote public safety, reduce violence, prevent crime, address victim needs and services, and improve police and corrections operations. Through ...  and complaints against police officers, increase proactive policing responses, and save money A study to identify how protective equipment usage in adult correctional facilities affects officer
Timothy Beres
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Timothy Beres Timothy L. Beres Executive Vice President, Institute for Public Research /images/About-Us/Leadership/beres4.png Timothy Beres has led CNA’s Institute for Public Research since 2015. During this period, CNA’s research portfolio for civilian federal, state, and local government agencies has doubled in size. He has developed new areas of support to government—including corrections ... , homeland security, emergency management, and emergency public health. Under his leadership, CNA Safety and Security developed and advanced the practice of Smart Policing nationally, conducted data-driven
justice talks: Recruitment and retention in policing: Challenges and innovative solutions from the field
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In our previous CNA Justice Talks podcast, we discussed supports provided to victims and survivors of crime, and the gaps in services currently provided to historically marginalized groups. In this episode, Dr. Chip Coldren leads a discussion with Chief Ivonne Roman (ret.), CNA Principal Advisor Tom Woodmansee, and CNA's Senior Research Specialist Monique Jenkins. Coldren, Roman, Woodmansee, and Jenkins discuss the challenges pertaining to recruitment and retention in policing and specific ways agencies can address these challenges.
, and Jenkins discuss the challenges pertaining to recruitment and retention in policing and specific ways agencies can address these challenges. Recruitment and retention in policing: Challenges ... evaluation, crime prevention, corrections, juvenile justice and restorative justice. Thomas Woodmansee   is a Principal Advisor for CNA’s Center for Justice Research and Innovation, and has 29 years of experience in policing and criminal justice training, technical assistance, and research. Monique Jenkins   is a Senior Research Specialist with CNA’s Center for Justice Research and Innovation
justice talks: Racial equity in traffic stops: Instituting reform by changing data collection and policing practices
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In our previous CNA Justice Talks podcast, we discussed the impact of COVID-19 on corrections officers and incarcerated populations, specifically in a jail setting, and out-of-the-box ways they’re working to keep these populations safe during the pandemic. In this episode, Dr. Chip Coldren leads a discussion with CNA's Zoë Thorkildsen, and Chief Harold Medlock (ret.) about CNA's work conducting traffic stop analyses, and the steps officers and executives can take to implement equitable practices in their agencies.
collection and policing practices Biographies James "Chip" Coldren , guest host, is a justice research expert with over 35 years of research experience in justice system effectiveness, police evaluation, crime prevention, corrections, juvenile justice and restorative justice. Zoë Thorkildsen   provides expertise in the areas of criminal justice and policing, program evaluation and research design ... 3 In our previous CNA Justice Talks podcast, we discussed the impact of COVID-19 on corrections officers and incarcerated populations, specifically in a jail setting, and out-of-the-box ways they’re
cna talks: Justice and Policing in the U.S.
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This week CNA Board member and George Mason University professor Laurie Robinson sits down with a few of CNA's policing experts to discuss the most pressing topics in justice and policing today. The conversation covers everything from police reform and evidence-based research to body-worn cameras and police departments' use of social media. Hear what some of today's top criminal justice experts think about training, transparency and accountability, community policing, crisis intervention, and federal support of the police.
Justice and Policing in the U.S. This week CNA Board member and George Mason University professor Laurie Robinson sits down with a few of CNA's policing experts to discuss the most pressing topics in justice and policing today. The conversation covers everything from police reform and evidence-based research to body-worn cameras and police departments' use of social media. Hear what some of today's top criminal justice experts think about training, transparency and accountability, community policing, crisis intervention, and federal support of the police. Justice and Policing in the U.S.