3rd Annual Criminal Justice Leadership Institute

When:  August 10, 11, and 12, 2015; 9:00 am - 5:00 pm,
Where: Seattle University, Student Center 160


During this 3-day training on research methods and data analysis in the field of criminal justice, attendees learned how to:


  • improve case processing times
  • allocate personnel more efficiently
  • reduce crime and disorder
  • improve citizen satisfaction
  • understand the needs of your clients
  • evaluate the outcomes of your programs
  • find grant opportunities
  • collaborate with researchers
  • use empirical evidence to make informed decisions

Monday, August 10:

08:00-09:00 -- Registration & Continental Breakfast
09:00-09:30 -- Welcome & Keynote Introduction
09:30-11:00 -- Keynote Speaker: Steve Aos, Director of the WA State Institute for Public Policy
11:15-12:00 -- Introductions and Overview of Institute
12:00-12:45 -- Lunch Provided Onsite
12:45-02:00 -- Corrections Round Table: The Intersection of Research, Policy, & Practice
02:15-03:30 -- Qualitative Research
03:30-05:50 -- Workshop Your Research Question
 

Tuesday, August 11:

08:00-09:00 -- Continental Breakfast
 09:00-10:30 -- Policing Round Table: The Intersection of Research, Policy, & Practice
10:30-11:30 -- Qualitative Research
11:30-12:30 -- Survey, Interview, Focus Group, & Ethnographic Research
12:30-1:15 -- Lunch Provided Onsite
1:15-02:15 -- Program & Policy Evaluations
02:15-03:30 -- Courts Round Table: The Intersection of Research, Policy, & Practice
03:45-05:00 -- Workshop Your Research Methodology
05:00-7:00 -- Happy Hour at Rhein Haus*
 

Wednesday, August 12:

08:00-09:00 -- Continental Breakfast
09:00-10:15 -- Identifying Funding Sources & Collaborators
10:30-12:00 -- Legislation & Policy Round Table
12:00-12:45 -- Lunch Provided Onsite
12:45-02:00 -- Data Visualization Techniques & Interpretation
02:15-03:30 -- Workshop Your Data Analysis
03:45-04:30 -- Wrap-up & Evaluation
 
*Optional events, additional fees may apply


3rd Annual Criminal Justice Leadership Institute

 

Contact Us

Matthew J. Hickman, PhD
Chair
206.296.2484

Jonathan Bechtol
Administrative Assistant
206.296.6339

Haily Perkins
Program Coordinator
206.296.2139