I am a former four-term elected prosecutor for the City of St. Louis. I now provide consulting services to prosecutors on issues such as policy development, process managment, leadership and communications -- both internal and external. I work with the Prosecutors' Center for Excellence, and am a co-owner of Vera Causa Group Consulting, LLC, a woman-owned business.
INTREPID FHC provides comprehensive medico-forensic analysis and case strategies to criminal prosecutors and defense attorneys to enhance cases that involve bodily injury or medical issues. Additional services include education and training programs related to medical and forensic issues related to sexual assault, abuse/neglect, physical assault, and other medico-legal topics related to the investigation and prosecution of crime and care for victims and suspects of criminal acts.
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
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.
Prosecutors’ Center for Excellence works with prosecutors to improve the criminal justice system and to address emerging issues. PCE develops and supports statewide Best Practices Committees for prosecutors. These non-partisan committees, which consist of prosecutors from all regions of a state, provide a process for prosecutors to proactively address the issues of the day and to strive to improve the criminal justice system. PCE provides technical assistance, training, materials, expert advice, and research on policy issues relevant to the work of prosecutors.
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.
John Cavin is a self-employed writer, editor, and proofreader who works on criminal justice-related documents and web-site content from the Council of State Governments and Fox Valley Technical College, and on academic and educational documents from professors, editorial services, and textbook publishers. Before moving from Washington, DC, to Minneapolis in 2010, he worked primarily as a contractor in federal environments for more than 11 years, most recently in the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.
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.