Tribal Justice

Wellness Institute for Public Safety Inc

The Wellness Institute for Public Safety (WIPS) creates and administers first-responder-specific health wellness programs. Its niche platform gathers vital signs on a daily basis via wearable devices, and implements behavior modification solutions via telemedicine. It addresses both the physical and mental health needs of police/ambulance/fire workers and their families. It also incorporates a longitudinal research component based on the Framingham Study.

Cabell Cropper

Seasoned criminal justice professional with extensive expertise in non-profit management; grants management; national training and technical assistance program design and management; conference and training design, development and delivery; group facilitation; strategic planning; evidence-based policy and practice, and criminal justice policy development and analysis.  Served as CEO of nationally recognized non-profit association of state criminal justice policymakers and practitioners for 20 years.  Have deep knowledge of criminal justice policy and issues with an extensive network among c

University of North Dakota, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice Studies Program at the University of North Dakota was established in 1974 with grant support from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration of the U.S. Department of Justice. Since its inception, this interdisciplinary program has pooled the resources of the Departments of Anthropology, Philosophy, Sociology, and of course Criminal Justice. The program of study leads to a specialized degree of Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Studies  (B.S.

Lore Joplin

Lore Joplin provides technical assistance to government agencies and non-profits. Her professional focus is on the analysis of public policy issues, including financial, operational, and political impacts at state and local levels. She has comprehensive experience managing complex projects and facilitating collaborative mapping and planning processes. Her work spans multiple areas including criminal justice, health care policy, and higher education. Ms.

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