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.
Training, technical assistance and research.
Active BJA Funded Project(s):
FY 16 JRI: Category 2
The Implementation and Evaluation of the Effective Practices in Community Support Model for Influencers
Evaluation of a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Inmates in Administrative Segregation
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
L-3 uses driving simulator solutions to provide law enforcement officers with entry-level driver training, post-incident safety training, safety refresher skills training, assessment of driver skills, pre-screening new drivers, and advanced skills and career development for experienced drivers.
You & Five-O, LLC (YFO) is an educational program created to address the unrest between law enforcement agencies and their communities. The mission of YFO is to have an open and candid collaborative conversations with citizens and police to promote mutual unerstanding, reconciliation, and trust.
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.
The LEAD National Support Bureau is a project of the Public Defender Association (PDA) in Seattle, WA (www.defender.org), and the Katal Center for Health, Equity & Justice in New York, NY (www.katalcenter.org), to provide support and technical assistance to jurisdictions around the nation which are planning and implementing LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) programs.
Elaine Nugent-Borakove, President of The Justice Management Institute, has nearly 25 years of experience in criminal justice, including 10 years as the Director of Research and Evaluation at the National District Attorneys Association’s American Prosecutors Research Institute. Most of her career has focused on issues related to adjudication, including courts, prosecution, and defense. Among her various areas of expertise are workload assessment, caseflow analysis, performance measurement, program evaluation, evidence-based practices in the field of adjudication, and criminal justice coord
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.