JRSA Forum, March 2013, Volume 31, Number 1
March 2013  Vol. 31, No. 1
 

Contents

FEATURE ARTICLE

Connect South Dakota: A Justice Information Sharing Success Story

NATIONAL SCENE

NCJA, BJA, and JRSA Hold Joint Meeting on Evidence-Based Practices

New Corrections Chief Comes Onboard at BJS

President Announces Intent to Fill OJP Positions

President Signs Violence Against Women Act

Research, Policy, Practice - and Theory: The Role and Significance of Theoretical Thinking in the Formulation
of Contemporary Drug Policy

JRSA NEWS

JRSA Holds First in a Series of Webinars on Use of Administrative Records

JRSA Website Features SAC Spotlight

SAC NEWS

Arizona SAC Director Takes on New Roles with SEARCH and Global

Arizona Youth Survey Reveals Levels of Violence and Drug Use Among Youth

FDLE's Commissioner's Award Goes to Cindy Durrett

MNSAC Releases Publications on DMC and Sexually Exploited Youth

Oregon SAC Conducts Evaluations on Earned Time Laws and on Effectiveness of Reentry Centers

Vermont SAC Completes Evaluations of Three County Programs

West Virginia SAC Updates Prison Population Forecast and Announces Changes to Research Staff







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Karen F. Maline, Editor
Nancy Michel, Managing Editor

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Phillip Stevenson, President
Stephen Haas, Vice President
Carmen Dorsey, Secretary/ Treasurer
Lisa Broidy, Delegate
Janeena J. Wing, Delegate
David Olson, Appointed Delegate
Jackie Vandercook, Past President

Joan C. Weiss, Executive Director

Ali Burnett, Office Manager
Sandra Dayton, Director of Finance and Administration
Shawn Flower, Research Associate
Karen F. Maline, Director of Member Services
Nancy Michel, Director of Publications
Stan Orchowsky, Research Director
Jason Trask, Program Associate
Lisa Walbolt Wagner, Research Associate
Carrie Williamson, Research Associate

 

 
 
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New Corrections Chief Comes Onboard at BJS

Daniela Golinelli

Daniela Golinelli is the Chief of the Corrections Unit at the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Prior to joining BJS she was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Southern California and more recently a Senior Statistician at RAND. While at RAND she worked on a variety of studies. Her contributions span several areas both substantively and methodologically. Within the randomized controlled trials research area she has designed randomization schemes and led analyses for several large, mental health randomized intervention studies. Within the research areas of homeless individuals and their personal networks she has designed the sampling plan and led analyses for three large studies on homeless women, men and youth in Los Angeles which investigated the association between personal network characteristics and risky behaviors including substance use. Her methodological interests focus on sampling designs, analysis of survey data, propensity score methods, and Bayesian statistics. She holds a PhD in Statistics from the University of Washington.