University of New Haven
Forensic Medicine and Science
Dr. Lee is currently the director of Forensic Research and Training Center and Distinguished Chair Professor in Forensic Science of University of New Haven. He was the Chief Emeritus for Connecticut State Police from 2000 to 2010 and the Commissioner of Public Safety for the State of Connecticut from 1998 to 2000 and has served as that state’s Chief Criminalist and Director of State Police Forensic Laboratory from 1978 to 2000. Dr. Lee was the driving force in establishing a modern state police communication system, community based police services sex offender and DNA databank, Major Crime Investigation Concepts, Standardized Evidence Collection system, Laboratory Operation Standard and advanced forensic science services in Connecticut. He currently serves as advisor/consultant for more than 80 law enforcement agencies around the world. He was just appointed, in 2013, as Chief Forensic Advisor for New Haven Police department, Expert Advisor for China National Chief Prosecutor’s Office.
Lawrence A Presley
Law Enforcement; Investigations; Forensic Science; Databases and Forensic DNA Technology used in Investigations
Lawrence A Presley has had a distinguished career in forensic science and law enforcement. Prior to the FBI, he worked for the Michigan State Police and Oakland County Sheriff’s Department as a crime laboratory scientist. After earning Master degrees in both Chemistry and Criminal Justice, he enjoyed a 21-year career in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He served in the Detroit Field Office and Laboratory Division. He worked in the Trace Evidence Unit, and was one of the first Agents assigned to the DNA Analysis Unit. He later became Chief of the DNA Analysis Unit. He received a FBI commendation for his contribution to the successful investigation and prosecution of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He then became the first Chief of the Laboratory Division Quality Assurance Unit, and was part of the FBI Laboratory’s first accreditation team. His final posting for the FBI was as the Supervisory Special Agent in the Laboratory Division Training Unit at Quantico, Virginia. After leaving the FBI, he became the Director of the Criminalistics Department at NMS Labs, and he also spent six years as Director and Assistant Professor of the Graduate Forensic Science Program at Arcadia University. He then moved on to serve as an Expeditionary Forensic Laboratory Lead Scientist/Chief for three years for the United States Army’s Forensic Exploitation Directorate, receiving awards from both the U.S Secretary of Defense and NATO for his service in Afghanistan. He then served as a Managerial Criminalist with the NYPD Police Laboratory in New York. He is currently an Assistant Professor in criminal justice at Liberty University. He has served as the President of the Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists, Chair of the Criminalistics Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Board member of the American Board of Criminalistics, Editorial Board member for Forensic Research and Criminology International Journal, and Accreditation Council member of the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. He is a published author on numerous forensic topics and has spoken extensively to professional forensic organizations.
Andrew B Brown
Fulbright Alumni Advisory Council
De-escalation and Negotiation within crisis situations and management, particularly in the field of hostage taking and kidnap for ransom.
Chief Inspector Andrew B Brown has served in Police Scotland for over 29 years and is currently the Head of Leadership Development Delivery for Police Scotland. A Chartered Manager and Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, he is also an editorial board member of the Criminal Psychology & Criminal Investigations and the Forensic Research & Criminology International Journals. A former Area Commander of Caithness, Sutherland & Easter Ross, he was responsible for overseeing the response to criminal incidents throughout a vast geographical area and revising the armed security arrangements for the protection of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales to Caithness. Trained as a Negotiator in 2001, he gained significant experience of negotiating, ranging from suicide intervention, siege incidents to hostage incidents mainly involving hostage children, throughout the Highlands & Islands. His unique experience in dealing with maritime incidents, both hostage taking and crisis intervention has led him to lecture and publish on the subject both nationally and internationally. Having taught hostage/crisis negotiators since 2002, he has participated in the highest UK Government level counter terrorism exercises in key roles and was deployed to the recent Algerian Hostage Crisis. As an Associate Lecturer and founding member of the Police (Special Operations) Research Group at the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, he was awarded a Practitioner Fellowship from Scottish Institute for Policing Research. A Fulbright Alumni, he conducted doctoral research and lectured in maritime terrorism & negotiation as a visiting Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York and at Texas State University. He has instructed on the FBI Crisis Negotiation Course, advised on hostage taker interview techniques and critiqued the Bureau’s response to a Homeland Security maritime terrorist exercise. He introduced negotiation skills to the United States Marshal Service Fugitive Task Force, New York and has critiqued the NYPD Hostage Negotiator programme. Internationally, he lectures to both the Oil & Gas and Shipping Industry on maritime terrorism, hostage taking & negotiation and has co-edited Modern Piracy & Maritime Terrorism: The Challenges of Piracy for the 21st Century and contributed a chapter to the 5th Edition Crisis Negotiations: Managing Critical Incidents and Hostage Situations in Law Enforcement & Corrections. A Fellow of the Security Institute, he co-designed Hostage Negotiation Skills for Officers at the School of Military Intelligence, Pakistan. He has also designed and delivered negotiation & de-escalation skills training to The Royal Regiment of Scotland, prior to their Afghanistan deployment to reduce ‘Green-on-Blue’ attacks, the success of which has now informed military doctrine for other countries. He has advised, coached and trained International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs) to respond to the threat of kidnap in Afghanistan after successfully securing the release of a Catholic Priest after 264 days captivity, a subject on which he is now conducting doctoral research to help others.
James C Norris
General pharmacology and Toxicology, Inhalation, Neuropharmacology/Toxicology and Blood coagulation.
Dr. James C. Norris has a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology, as well as a M.S. and B.S., in Chemistry. His certifications include: Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology (D.A.B.T.) and the European Register of Toxicology (ERT). He is an Associate Professor at Harding University in the College of Pharmacy within the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department, where he lectures to the PharmD and Physician Assistant students on Pathophysiology and Pharmacology. Dr. Norris also serves as a consultant for biotechnology companies, medical university researchers, Chinese CROs, private equity companies, and industrial projects. In the past, he has served as an industrial representative, an on-site industrial crisis management member, a testimonial witness to United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, and a presenter to the United States EPA National Advisory Committee. Dr. Norris also serves as an expert witness in pharmacology and toxicology for reports, depositions and trial testimonies (Civil, Criminal, and Military courts; Plaintiff and Defense) in the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, German and the United Kingdom.
Florida Gulf Coast University
Relationship Violence; Rape, Sexual Assault, Child Molestation, Child Sexual Abuse; Pornography and Violence.
Scott A Johnson, MA, LP, has a Master’s Degree in Counseling & Psychological Services from St. Mary’s College. He is a Licensed Psychologist (Minnesota) and a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties in Forensic Psychology. He has over 28 years experience addressing sexual predators as a forensic psychologist, author, educator, and police trainer. He was involved in the civil commitment of sexual predators for the state of Minnesota for several years. He is trained in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels for colleges. He currently an adjunct professor at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). For many years he has provided forensic consultation and trainings nationally to law enforcement addressing sexual predators & physical abusers. He is the author of several book chapters, booklets, research, journal articles and other professional materials. His books include Physical Abusers and Sexual Offenders: Forensic Considerations & Strategies (2007), When “I Love You” Turns Violent (2005), and Man-To-Man: When Your Partner Says No (2013). The National Judicial Education Program for Legal Momentum is using Mr. Johnson’s textbook Physical Abusers and Sexual Offenders: Forensic Considerations & Strategies (2007) to educate Judges about sexual offenders and abusers (www.njep-ipsacourse.org). His work and books are being used nationwide to educate professionals (including judges, police officers, probation officers, and forensic mental health professionals) about physical abusers and sexual offenders.
Columbia Southern University
Human Trafficking Resolutions.
Barry Goodson received his bachelor degree in Business Administration from Texas Christian University in 1972 and worked for various engineering firms for approximately 15 years before he decided to make a career change to law enforcement. His law enforcement career involved many years on patrol with his final service as Lead Sergeant of CID and Head of the Crimes against Children Task Force with the Parker County Sheriff’s Office. The superintendent of Springtown ISD in Parker County recruited him from law enforcement to help the high school implement a criminal justice program and serve as the instructor for that program in 2001. Following service as a criminal justice instructor for five years, he was recruited for the position of Central Region Commander of the ANCOP program in Afghanistan from 2006-2008. His duties included leadership of 300+ personnel and management of two training facilities, and four remote forward operating bases. Additionally, he coordinated efforts between his operations covering 11 provinces between the leaders of the Afghan National Police, United Nations Forces, the Department of State, and numerous Embassies. His efforts included creating an INTEL group that was responsible for recovery of numerous weaponry including IEDs and other explosives as well as discovery of Taliban movements and locations within the 11 provinces. During his tenure in Afghanistan, he pursued his Masters in Administrative Justice with the University of Phoenix Online. Upon return to the United States he accepted a position with Columbia Southern University(CSU) as the Chair of Criminal Justice with an eventual move to Full-Time Online Faculty. In addition to CSU, presently he serve as an online professor of forensic psychology and critical incident management for the University of Liverpool Online as well as criminal justice professor for the University of Virgin Islands. Additionally, he serves as guest speaker for the U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Group in Camp Pendleton, California upon request. He began pursuit of his doctoral degree in psychology with a concentration in criminology in 2009 and has completed 36 hours in post-graduate psychology. He presently on a sabbatical from that pursuit. He presently pursues the creation of a criminal investigation training initiative for the Caribbean.
University of New Haven
Policing Methodologies and their effect on Crime; Police System Organization; Eyewitness Memory; Policing Efficacy and Management Strategies; Organizational Dysfunction and Change; Police Unionism and Environmental Criminology; Police Contagion Shooting and the Antecedents to Violence Escalation; Police Education and Organizational Change Interventions and Predictive Policing and Analysis.
David Tranthim Fryer
Forensic Chemistry / Criminaliatics and Emergency response for Hazmat and CBR incidents.
David Tranthim-Fryer is a retired Senior Chemist & Research Officer, formerly at the Chemistry Centre of WA (which is located at the Curtin University campus in Western Australia). He has over 36 years experience in analytical chemistry, with 26 of those years as a forensic chemist, specialising in chemical Criminalistics. David has three research papers published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences and the Journal of the Forensic Science Society. David has presented over thirty chemistry and forensic research papers in Australia and internationally in the USA, China, Singapore, Japan, South Africa and New Zealand. His awards include a Churchill Fellowship (1993) and travel awards from the International Association of Forensic Sciences (1996) and the National Institute of Forensic Science (2000). He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. For the past nine and a half years David has been involved with emergency response and occupational health chemistry. David’s last presentation was: “The Role of the Chemistry Centre in HAZMAT and CBR incidents”
Fingerprint Geometric Analysis
The correlation between the elevation of the mental manifestation and the phenomenon of the dermal ridge arrangements; the correlation between diseases and the configuration of the friction ridge formation
Andres Washingtons experience in the performance of finger print identification encompasses research and study of the dermatoglyphic configurations. During 1988, he assisted in the composition of a lesson plan on fingerprint instruction and identification for the correction academy; which included lectures in that discipline. By 1989, he was known within the department to hold an interest in this area. It was in that year and the subsequent that the Department of Correction City of New York authorized his attendance into the FBI fingerprint classes. From 1979 to the present, he has been conducting independent research on the combination of fingerprint patterns and their frequency for each digit. In reference to the original filing of ten set fingerprint record cards, he is familiar with the Henry System of Fingerprint Classification and Filing. However, he has noted that the classification formula derived after an examination of the fingerprints varies according to jurisdictional venue. Notwithstanding, all jurisdictions communicate and utilize the National Crime Information Center Fingerprint Classification (NCIC FPC) in the same manner. This was the reason for his development of the NCIC FPC Filing Sequence Formula in 1981, which was later published by the International Association for Identification in February of 1983. Since then, the aforementioned formula has been revised and improved. Currently, he is contemplating a new innovation of the formula that would be beneficial to the law enforcement and the medical community. In addition, he created the Fingerprint Diagonal Reverse Sequence Arrangement which is the foundation of his theory in Sacred Geometry.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Police Management, Investigative Function, Patrol Function, Police Studies, Criminal Justice in Eastern Europe, Forensic Science, Juvenile Delinquency, New Jersey Criminal Law, Police Community Relations, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Crisis Intervention, Psychology and Abnormal Psychology.
Dr. Reyes has been a police officer with the Paterson Police Department for 28 years, where he is currently the Captain of Detectives in the Detective Bureau where all Major Crimes are investigated. Throughout his career, he has conducted Investigations to include, Homicides, Robberies, Shootings etc. Through John Jay College Dr. Reyes was part in the training of the Uruguayan National Police Department, specifically in Criminal Investigations and Major Crime Case Management. Presently Dr. Reyes and the Paterson Police Department are working with Prof. David M. Kennedy of the National Network for Safe Communities, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, on implementing strategic policies to lower homicides and non-fatal shootings throughout the City of Paterson, NJ.
Forensic Medicine/pathology, Forensic Serology & DNA, Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Toxicology.
He is currently a Professor and Lead Faculty of the Forensic Sciences Program at National University, La Jolla, California. He holds MD degree and a Master in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology from Alexandria University Faculty of Medicine, Egypt. Besides a PhD degree from Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan. Research interest include Forensic Medicine/pathology, Forensic Serology & DNA, Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Toxicology.His research activities include more than 170 peer reviewed scientific publications and presentations which are cited in all major forensic, genetics and pathology journals and textbooks. Extensive experience in forensic Sciences for more than 40 years teaching, practice, research. He also hasadministrative experiences during his long forensic work career including his experience as former chair of department of Forensic Medicine and the current position with National University as the Lead Faculty of Forensic Sciences program since 1999.
Police College of the MoI
Criminology; Penology; Criminal Investigation; Drug-related Crime; Addictions and Terrorism.
Ksenija Butorac obtained her Master’s degree in Forensic Sciences (1990) after a Law degree, and she obtained her PhD in Criminology (1996) at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She has been working as an Associate Professor of Criminology, Penology and Addictions at the Croatian Police College of the Ministry of Interior and at the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb. She had professional trainings in the USA and the US Government awarded her the title of the honorary citizen of the State of Nebraska and the City of Lincoln for the active contribution in prevention, treatment and rehabilitation in the field of addiction and addicts delinquency (2001). She completed the Programme in Advanced Security Studies at the European Center for Security Studies “George C. Marshall” in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (2011). She was a visiting professor in Law Enforcement at the Police College in Lower Saxony, Germany and at the Faculty of Public Security, Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania (2010-2016). Her areas of research include phenomenology and etiology of the modern crime and perpetrators profile, and especially drug related crime and terrorism. She wrote 40 academic papers. She is enlisted in the database of lecturers, experts and researchers of the CEPOL for education and training of higher police officers in the EU. She is included as an expert in the TAIEX database of the European Commission for the chapters Social Security and Justice and Home Affairs. She is also the national coordinator for the research in police science and was a member of the task force Implementation and Evaluation of Research and Science Activities - CEPOL since September 2013. She was the co-editor of the official electronic periodical of CEPOL - European Police Science and Research Bulletin as well.
Georgios Ar Alevizopoulos
University of Athens
Forensic psychiatry: Violence and major mental illness; Radicalisation and criminal violence.
Georgios Alevizopoulos, is a professor of psychiatry and psychopharmacology and director of the university psychiatric clinic atthe "Agioi Anargyroi" General and Cancer Hospital in Athens, Greece. He was graduated in medicine and pharmacy from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and he holds a PhDdegree in medicine. He was trained in adult psychiatry at the“Dromokaition” Mental Hospital of Athens and subsequently at Kings, Bethlem Royal & Broadmoor Hospitals. He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students, domestically and abroadin the areas of adult psychiatry, psychopharmacology, forensic psychiatry and psychoactive substances. He has supervised more than 50 dissertations and doctoral theses. He has published more than 150 scientific papers and books. He is an invited speaker at about 15 conferences per year, in the areas of his scientific interests. He is in the editorial boardof scientific journals and member of scientific societies, including the Hellenic Psychiatric Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy for Psychiatry and the Law. He has served as Deputy Chairman of the Ethics Committee of the National Organization of Medicines (Greece) and participatedon phases II & III clinical trials.
Greek ministry of Justice
Autopsy work and Dental DNA.
Dr. Orfeas K. Peridis, have 25 years of experience as a forensic medical examiner, specialize in the Sexual Offences and Public Protection arena. As a FME he attended reports of rape and serious sexual offences. Ιn the career as a forensic and anatomical pathologist have effectively carried out over 18,000 autopsies and post-mortem examinations for varying reasons including suicides, homicides, deaths of soldiers, drowning, deaths rom fires, bone and tooth identification, odontostomatology malpractice, assessment of professional malpractice and/or medical negligence, obstetrical and gynecological malpractice, plastic surgery malpractice, burns caused by chemical substances, evaluation of bodily injuries and disability caused by road accidents or accidents at work, examination of living victims of assault (including sexual assault), assessment of the ability to complete legal transactions, DNA paternity testing, child custody, drug use assessment / evaluations, examination of psychopaths, blood alcohol test detection, ballistics, air - hipping accidents bombings, earthquakes-floods.
City of Sunrise Police Department
Forensic science, police science, criminal investigations, forensic psychology, violence & religion, PTSD, and police stress & memory.
Charles Gutshall is currently a Police Officer is South Florida with about 24 years of experience in Protecting and Serving the United States and its communities. He is an honorably discharged Veteran of United States Marine Corps and has been a law enforcement professional for over 16 years. His law enforcement experience is in the following areas: Deputy Sheriff, DEA Task Officer, Detective/Criminal Investigator, and Patrol Police Officer. He holds a Masters Degree in Forensic Science, National University, CA., and a B.S. Applied Psychology, Regis University, CO. He has specialized training in the psychology of violence and religion, as well as many other Law enforcement certifications. He is a published peer reviewed researcher on the topic of Police Stress and Memory.His professional interests are in the following areas: forensic science, police science, criminal investigations, forensic psychology, narcotics, homicide/sex crimes, violence & religion, PTSD, and police stress & memory.
TGS Intelligence Consultants Ltd
Counter terrorism, Organised Crime, Deradicalisation, Counter Violent Extremism, Counter narratives, Political instability, Cyber terrorism, Cyber crime, Criminology and Prevent strategies.
David Otto is a Counter Terrorism & Organised Crime Expert for TGS Intelligence Consultants Ltd and the Founder of the Conflict Resolution Programme-Step In Step out (SISO) based in the United Kingdom. He is also Senior Counter Terrorism Advisor for Global Risk International. His work focuses on political Instability, Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime-from vulnerabilities-radicalisation-extremism-violent extremism and counter narrative awareness solutions between the West and Africa dynamics. Under TGS Prevent initiative-SISO-David Otto was instrumental in organising the first ever African focused Counter Terrorism awareness conference in London in collaboration with the University of East London on the topic-‘Radicalisation-The Danger of Ignoring the African Heritage connection-A peril on our doorsteps’. David Otto is frequently invited as a practitioner and academic to share his knowledge and experience on delivering States and community resilience strategies in Europe and Africa, especially to affected governments, families, early interventions initiatives and correctional facilities. He is frequently sourced by Aljazeera, BBC News, Arise TV, BEN TV, PRESS TV, VOX Africa, Channel TV, and AILTV, as an expert analyst on security and Counter Terrorism from an African and western link perspective. His work has been published, and features in international newspapers, social media-IBTIMES, Awake Africa, Africa Voices etc. David holds a BA (Hons) in Law and Criminology; Master of Science (MSc) in Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime; Diploma IMIS-Information Technology 1 and 2; Micro-computer and Network Systems; and Business Communication. David Otto is a Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CAS) & Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CMAS) with the Anti-Terrorism Association Board. He is also a Certified Level 2 Prevent and Safeguarding Trainer.
Katrin Koel Abt
ORISE Fellow with DPAA Laboratory
Tooth Cementum Analysis, Bone Histomorphology, Tooth Histomorphology, Species Differentiation, Paleopathology, Skeletal Trauma Analysis, Disaster Management and Medical Response for Mass Fatalities, Skeletal Epigenetic Traits, Microscopic Fiber Differentiation, SEM Analysis.
Dr. Koel-Abt is a forensic anthropologist with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) for over 4 years. At DPAA she is in charge of the histology section of the agency’s identification laboratory at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. Recently transferred from the main laboratory at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. Her responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the identification of unaccounted-for US service members from past conflicts using forensic anthropological techniques. She has been deployed on recovery missions to Belgium and Germany. She has a Master’s degree in Biology and holds a PhD in Biology/Physical Anthropology, both earned in her home country Germany. Throughout her career, she was the principle anthropologist responsible for conducting skeletal analysesaiming for the identification of human remains of individuals who passed away as prisoners in foreigncolonies in Africa. Shefurther provided assistancein case consultationsfor local police and local medical examiners’ offices in Germany and in the US, and performed trainings for collaboration partners (e.g. International Red Cross, and military experts at the PAVN Institute in Hanoi, Vietnam) as well as for the DPAA’s Forensic Science Academy, also served as a linguist/interpreter on recovery missions in Europe. Her current research project on tooth cementum analysis on teeth of active duty U.S. military members aims for the accurate estimation of chronological age at death and season of death of unaccounted-for American service members. She recently joints the local Metropolitan Medical Response System as a forensic anthropologist, and is a visiting scientist for bone and tooth histomorphology at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City.
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Myocardial diseases (for example Infarction, Cardiomyopathies), Brain diseases (for example Dementia, Alzheimer, Brain tumors), Perinatal pathology, Molecular pathology and Biobanking.
Doxakis Anestakis has a University Degree in Medicine from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.TH) and Bachelor Degree in Medical Laboratories from Technological Institute of Thessaloniki (T.E.I.TH). He also has a Master Degree in Health Care Management from Open University of Cyprus and a PhD in Medicine from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (He was taken a scholarship to undertake the PhD thesis of the "Heraclitus II-Funding for doctoral research. NSRF 2007-2013"). He is a specialist in Pathology and also in the operation of Biobanks. From January 2014 He is a Chairman of the Management Board of the Panhellenic Biobank from Neurological Diseases (Hellas Neuro-Bio) after elections. From 2009 until today He is a Research Associate in the Laboratory of Medical Biology of School of Medicine in A.U.TH, where He train the students of Medicine and Dentistry School, in Biology and Genetic (438 hours). From 2014 he salaried Post-doctoral Associate at the Medical School of A.U.TH in the organization and operation of biobanks. From 2014 to 2015 He is a Research Associate in the Laboratory of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology in Medical School in A.U.TH where He trains the students of Medicine School, in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. From 2015 until today I am a Teaching & Research Fellow in Laboratory of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology of Medical School in A.U.TH. He have participated in 200 National and International Congresses, announced 146 abstracts in International and Greek Conferences, published of 18 Scientific Papers, 15 in Internationally Recognized Journals and 5 in Greek Journals.
Topics related to the fields of criminal justice, law, mediation, negotiation, security, and corrections.
Chandrika Kelso is a professor in the Dept. of Professional Studies, National University, La Jolla, CA. She teaches a variety of courses from Criminology, Juvenile Delinquency, Corrections, Violence & Society, to Alternatives to Dispute Resolution, and Mediation. She has served many roles ranging from Program Lead for Criminal Justice, ADR, Security Management, to also being Department Chair. Her scholarship includes, authorship of chapters in books, journal publications, serving as conference submissions reviewer, sessions chair, moderator, manuscript reviewer, peer (journal) reviewer, academic advisory board member, a host of other noteworthy scholarly activities. Chandrika is extremely committed to serving her community and has invested herself since 1996 into providing Creative Conflict Resolution workshops at R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility-San Diego, Amity Ranch-Vista, and Mental Health Systems-San Marcos, CA.
Zelma W. Henriques
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
imprisoned mothers and their children, women in prison, race class and gender issues, cross-cultural studies of crime, human rights and imprisonment.
Nottingham Trent University
Howard J Baum
New Jersey State Police
Penn State University
Georgia Gwinnett College
Independent Research Professional
University of Derby
Istanbul Medeniyet University