JZC was created to provide organizational and strategic business services to criminal justice (and related) organizations. JZC focuses on justice policy research, program management, strategy development, publications development, training and technical assistance management, business development and organizational assessment.
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
Paper Crane Funding Solutions provides fund development services for municipalities, community organizations and philanthropies, especially when their work intersects and they're working collaboratively. Having successfully worked with community partners to develop and write the successful BCJI application and Implementation Plan for the Flint, Michigan University Avenue Corridor BCJI site, we have continued to engage with BJA and BCJI grantees to develop public safety strategies and applications to fund these initiatives.
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
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 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
Kimberly A. Cobb has been a Research Associate with the American Probation & Parole Association (APPA) in Lexington, Kentucky since 2006. During this time, she has been responsible for developing resources designed to enhance the community supervision practices of tribal probation personnel.
Steven Jansen is Vice-President and COO of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys. In this role, he is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the association. He supervises the CFO, CIO, project directors/ division directors, staff attorneys and support staff. In his role as COO, Mr.
Rebecca Murdock is the Assistant Director for the Criminal Justice Center for Innovation at Fox Valley Technical College where she provides operational management for the Center’s projects and programs. Ms. Murdock develops and coordinates programs relating to leadership, software applications, grant writing, community planning, and faculty development.
Impact Justice is a national innovation and research center based in Oakland, California and Washington, DC. Impact Justice is committed to reducing the number of people involved in our criminal justice system, improving conditions for those who remain incarcerated, providing meaningful opportunities for successful reentry, and attending to crime victims' needs.
Active BJA Funded Project(s):
FY 17 PREA Resource Center (PRC) Continuation