Director, Corrections Research, Public Safety Canada. Ph.D., University of Ottawa. Co-author of The Psychology of Criminal Conduct (5 th ed.) with D.A. Andrews, 2010.
Senior Researcher, Public Safety Canada. Previously, Psychologist, Rideau Correctional & Treatment Centre. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, University of Ottawa. Co-author of “The Principles of Effective Correctional Treatment Also Apply to Sexual Offenders: A Meta-Analysis,” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, 865-891.
Joel M. Caplan
Assistant Professor, Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Author of “A Profile of Paroling Authorities in America: The Strange Bedfellows of Politics and Professionalism” (2009).
Senior Research Associate, Council of State Governments, American Probation & Parole Association and adjunct professor at the University of Kentucky, Department of Sociology. Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Kentucky.
Legal Intern, Hawai’i Friends of Civic and Law-Related Education-Restorative Justice Programs. J.D., Northeastern University School of Law.
Susan C. Kinnevy
Deputy Commissioner, Performance Management and Accountability, Philadelphia Dept. of Human Services. Previously, Co-Director, Center for Research on Youth and Social Policy, University of Pennsylvania. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Co-editor of Special Issue: Findings from Selected TCE-HIV Programs, Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work (Fall 2010).
Professor and Director, School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati. Ph.D., The Ohio State University. Author of Corrections in America (2010).
Assistant Professor, University of Western Georgia. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Author of “Construction and Validation of a Pretrial Risk Assessment Instrument” (Dec. 2008).
Christopher T. Lowenkamp
Probation Administrator, Office of Probation and Pretrial Services, The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Co-author of "The Development of an Actuarial Risk Assessment Instrument for U.S. Pretrial Services" (Sept. 2009).
Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin—Parkside. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Co-author of “A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Thinking for a Change: A ‘Real-World’ Application,” Criminal Justice & Behavior (2009).
U.S. Pretrial Services Officer, Eastern District of Missouri. M.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Missouri—St. Louis.
Chair and Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Georgia State University. Ph.D. in Criminology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Co-author of Family Violence and Criminal Justice: A Life Course Approach (3 rd Ed.) (2009).
Senior Research Advisor, Public Safety Canada. Ph.D. in Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa. Author of “Canadian Research on Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters: An Update,” Journal of Community Corrections, 18, 7-12.
Research Manager, Correctional Service of Canada. M.A. in Forensic Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa.
Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati. Ph.D., University of New Brunswick.
Former Deputy Attorney General, Hawai’i State Department of Attorney General. J.D., Northeastern University School of Law. Author of “Modified Restorative Circles: A Reintegration Group Planning Process That Promotes Desistance,” Contemporary Justice Review, 12:4, 419-431.
Donna C. Wilkerson
Deputy Chief U.S. Pretrial Services Officer, Eastern District of Missouri. M.S.W., Washington University.
Annie K. Yessine
Senior Analyst, Public Safety Canada. Ph.D., Carleton University, Ottawa. Co-author of “The Offending Trajectories of Youthful Aboriginal Offenders,” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 51, 435-472 (2009).
Joseph M. Zlatic
U.S. Pretrial Services Officer, Eastern District of Missouri. M.A., Saint Louis University. Author of “An Assessment of District Reviews: Implications for Pretrial Services Policy Development and Practice” (Sept. 2009).
Donald G. Evans
Senior Fellow, Canadian Training Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Editor of bi-monthly and quarterly newsletters for organizations such as the Civic Research Institute, the National Institute of Corrections, and the Victim Offender Mediation Association.