Using Tableau Software to Make Data Available On-Line

Presentor:

Laurence Lucero
Research Analyst
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, Office of Research & Statistics

Laurence Lucero joined the Colorado SAC in 2011 where she is involved in a variety of research activities including the participation of statewide data collection projects, grant and budget management, web and dashboard design, and staff support to the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Laurence has skills in project management, personnel procedures, IT coordination and multiple software programs, including Tableau. Laurence was previously employed with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation as a crime data specialist, working with CCIC (Colorado Crime Information Center) and NCIC (National Crime Information Center) where she updated criminal and civil records with final dispositions, processed warrant information and sex offender registrations. She also worked for the University of California (San Francisco), IBM, and the Ritz Hotel in Paris. Laurence is fluent in French, English and Spanish, and is a certified fingerprint technician. Laurence has a BA in Economics from Institut Rue Monsieur in Paris and graduated with an International Business degree from the Chambre de Commerce in Paris.

Moderator:

Erin Farley, Ph.D.
Research Associate
Justice Research and Statistics Association

Erin J. Farley joined the JRSA staff in May 2015 as a Research Associate working on the Pre-Trial Justice Institute Project. She earned her B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech and her Ph.D. in Criminology from the University of Delaware. Prior to working at JRSA Dr. Farley was a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Court Innovation in NYC where she worked on a number of projects including an evaluation of Intelligence Driven Prosecution in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, the Manhattan Mental Health Court, and a randomized trial of an evidence-based assessment protocol in New York City drug courts. She has co-authored reports on indigent defense reforms in Brooklyn, as well as the Adolescent Diversion Program, Judicial Diversion, Improving Courtroom Communication, and the Bronx Family Treatment Court.