10 or More Years

Paul Posner

Paul L. Posner is the Director of the Public Administration Program at George Mason University.  He is past President of the American Society for Public Administration and Chair of the Federal Systems Panel of the National Academy of Public Administration. He serves as a consultant on national budgeting, public management and federalism issues for the OECD, IMF, The Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform, and served as a member of the Fiscal Futures panel convened by the National Academy of Sciences to assess the long term fiscal outlook facing the United States.

Carrie Abner

Carrie Abner is a Research Associate at the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA), where she currently directs projects related to the prevention and response to sexual assault in community corrections settings, the implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act in tribal detention facilities, the community supervision of domestic violence offenders, and victim services in probation and parole settings.  She previously served as the Senior Policy Analyst for Public Safety and Justice at The Council of State Governments (CSG), where she focused on state legislation and policies

Christopher Bruce

Christopher Bruce has served in the crime analysis field since 1994, when he began as an intern

at the Cambridge (MA) Police Department. He became a full-time analyst in Cambridge in 1997 and

moved to the Danvers (MA) Police Department in 2001, where he remained until 2011.

During his periods at Cambridge and Danvers, he was a founding member of the Massachusetts

Association of Crime Analysts, the first vice president (1997-2000), and the president from 2000 to

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>