Volume 77 Number 1
Federal Probation
 
     
     
 
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Contributors To This Issue

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Todd A. Berger

Assistant Professor of Law and Director, Criminal Defense Clinic, Syracuse University-College of Law. L.L.M. in Trial Advocacy, Temple University School of Law. Previously, Managing Attorney of the Federal Prisoner Reentry Project at Rutgers School of Law-Camden. Author of “Jimmy Carter’s ‘Malaise’ Speech, Social Desirability Bias, and the Yuppie Nuremberg Defense: The Real Reason Why Law Students Say They Want to Practice Public Interest Law, Yet so Few Actually Do,” Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy, 22 Kan. J.L. & Pub Pol’y 139 (2012).

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Francis T. Cullen

Distinguished Research Professor, University of Cincinnati. Ph.D., Columbia University. Author of Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences (2012) and Reaffirming Rehabilitation (30th anniversary edition, 2013).

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Joseph A. DaGrossa

U.S. Probation Officer, District of New Jersey. Ph.D. student (ABD status); M.S., Criminal Justice; M.A., Clinical/Counseling, Psychology; Temple University. Author of “How to Tell What Works in Workforce Development: Research Considerations for Program Evaluation,” APPA Perspectives (Fall 2011).

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Lily Gleicher

Doctoral Student, University of Cincinnati. M.S., University of Cincinnati.

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Laura House

Senior Program Analyst, Office of Strategic Development, Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia. Ph.D., Howard University. Co-author of “Understanding Leadership Development in African American Youth,” Journal of Human Behavior and Social Environment 15(2-3), pp. 79–98 (2007).

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Spurgeon Kennedy

Director, Office of Strategic Development, Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia.

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Bitna Kim

Assistant Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Criminology Dept. Ph.D., College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University. Co-author of “Predictors of Law Enforcement Agencies’ Perceptions of Partnerships with Parole Agencies,” Police Quarterly (2013).

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Anna Macklin

Senior Research Fellow and Sessional Academic, Griffith University. Previously, Consultant, Probation and Parole, Queensland Corrective Services. Ph.D., Griffith University. Author of Case Management: A Practitioners Guide, Queensland Probation and Parole (2012).

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Sarah M. Manchak

Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati. Ph.D., University of California, Irvine. Co-author of “When Troubled Offenders Come Home: Removing Barriers to Reentry for Offenders with Mental Illness,” in Matthew S. Crow and John Ortiz Smykla, Eds., Offender Reentry: 21st Century Issues (2013).

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Adam K. Matz

Research Associate, Council of State Governments, American Probation and Parole Association (APPA). Previously, Statistician, Kentucky Court of Justice, Administrative Office of the Courts. M.A., Eastern Kentucky University. Co-author of “Predictors of Turnover Intention among Staff in Juvenile Correctional Facilities: The Relevance of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment,” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (2012).

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James M. Vicini Jr.

Probation Officer Administrator, National Training Academy, Office of Probation and Pretrial Services, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. B.S. in Police Administration, Eastern Kentucky University.

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Michael Williams

Director, Court Services Program, Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia.