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

Andrew Gutzmer
Graduate Program Coordinator
206.296.2139