Utilizing State Criminal History Records for Justice Research Series

Part I: Arizona's Use of Computerized Criminal History Records - Participant Bios

Presenters:

Matthew Bileski, M.A.
Research Analyst
Statistical Analysis Center
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission

Matthew is a research analyst with the Statistical Analysis Center at the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. His work focuses primarily on the use of data from Arizona’s criminal history records repository to conduct research, including on the topics of sexual assault case processing, identity theft arrests and dispositions, and the completeness of criminal history records in Arizona among other criminal justice issues. Mr. Bileski also provides valuable web development expertise for specialized projects at the state administering agency. Mr. Bileski is an active member of the Arizona Injury Prevention Advisory Council (IPAC) and is an ongoing participant in committees charged by JRSA. Mr. Bileski received a B.A. in psychology and a B.A. in sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and his M.A. in criminology and criminal justice from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Moderator:

Sue Burton
Administrator
Statistical Analysis Center
Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Sue Burton is the Director of the Florida Statistical Analysis Center (FSAC) and past president of the Justice Research and Statistics Association. She has been the FSAC Director since 1995 and has over 20 years of experience working with large research data sets created from administrative records (CHR, UCR, DOC, etc.) to help policy-makers and researchers understand crime in Florida. In 2014, Florida's UCR Program was placed in the FSAC under Ms. Burton's supervision, as well. Her prior criminal justice experience includes working for the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission, evaluating officer training and standards programs, conducting strategic planning, and developing an officer information system. She also served as a researcher for the Florida Supreme Court in the areas of sentencing guidelines, jury management, plea bargaining, and court information systems. In 1998, she was awarded the Bureau of Justice Statistics' G. Paul Sylvestre Award. Ms. Burton is an International Association of Law Enforcement Certified Planner, and a graduate of Florida State University's College of Business.