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Appendix: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members and Staff
Pages 51-56

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... He previously served as head of the criminology departments at Cambridge, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Maryland, and as president of the American Society of Criminology, the American Academy of Political and Social Science, and the Academy of Experimental Criminology. He has designed or led over 50 randomized field experiments in police agencies on three continents, which formed the basis for his leadership of the global professional movement for evidence-based policing, notably through the U.K.
From page 52...
... She is currently the study director for the Committee on the Assessment of Health Outcomes by Birth Settings. In her time at the Academies, she has directed studies and provided analytical and editorial assistance to projects covering a range of topics, including juvenile justice, policing, forensic science, illicit markets, science literacy, science commu nication, and human rights.
From page 53...
... The Politics of Crime Policy from the Age of Roosevelt to the Age of Reagan and with Bill McCarthy Mean Streets: Youth Crime and Homelessness. He has received the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, the Stockholm Prize in criminology, the Harry Kalven Prize from the Law & Society Association, and the Cesare Beccaria Gold Medal from the German Society of Criminology.
From page 54...
... Her teaching interests include international rule of law reform, international law, comparative criminal law, rule of law program design and management, student externship courses, and introduction to the American legal system. Her current research involves examining the consequences of the appropriations and administrative processes of the U.S.
From page 55...
... Young also interned at the Carter Center's Mental Health Program and also with a DC-based organization that supports Asian women who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault. Additionally, she has studied the Persian language extensively and spent the summer of 2018 in Tajikistan studying the Iranian and Tajik dialects of Persian through the United States Department of State.

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