Developing skilled trainers / train the trainer

Kevin R. Davis

Kevin R. Davis is a full-time law enforcement officer in the State of Ohio.  Mr. Davis has been actively training law enforcement officers for over 24 years.  The author of the bestselling Use of Force Investigations: A Manual for Law Enforcement (2012; Responder Media), Kevin has presented training programs on use of force, force investigations, police training, firearms and tactics programs throughou the United States.  For four years Mr.


Without a thoughtful and well-intentioned justice system, victims are less likely to report and offenders are less likely to be held accountable. As the gatekeepers to our justice system, prosecutors are a key partner to our prevention and response efforts related to gender-based violence and human trafficking.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • AEquitas - RTI Smart Prosecution TTA Iniative
  • Category 1 Improving Victim and Witness Cooperation

LEAD National Support Bureau

The LEAD National Support Bureau is a project of the Public Defender Association (PDA) in Seattle, WA (, and the Katal Center for Health, Equity & Justice in New York, NY (, to provide support and technical assistance to jurisdictions around the nation which are planning and implementing LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) programs.

Gregory Mize

Judge Mize is currently a judicial fellow at the National Center for State Courts.  He is also the project director of “Jury Trial Management for the 21st Century” which features a set of judicial education curricula focusing on jury selection and jury deliberations.  As a judicial fellow, he serves in the Government Affairs Office monitoring legislation in Congress affecting state courts.

Eric F Waldt

<p>As the Director of Continuing Studies for the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., I have a very good working knowledge and experience in instructing the following curricula; Instructor Development, Executive and Supervisor Development, Field Training, Leadership Principles, Principles of Management and Supervision, Ethics, Law and Society, Communication, Grant Oversight, Organizational Behavior, and Organizational Development.</p>