Resources for Practitioners

Healing Justice provides presentations, trainings, and technical support to police, prosecutors, victim service providers, judges, and other service providers who work with crime victims, survivors, and their families. In collaboration with the US Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime, we are also creating resources and tools that can be used in the field to better serve crime victims and survivors in cases that involve post-conviction claims of innocence.

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Practitioner Advisory Board:

Roy Austin, Jr., Partner at Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP; former White House Domestic Policy Council and Deputy Assistant to the President for the Office of Urban Affairs, Justice and Opportunity

William Brooks, Executive Board, International Association of Chiefs of Police; Chief Norwood MA Police Department

Lorie Brisbin, Correctional Program Specialist, USDOJ's National Institute of Corrections

Steve Derene, Executive Director, National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators

Meg Garvin, Executive Director, National Crime Victims Law Institute

John Hollway, Executive Director, Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice

Kay Pranis, National Leader in Restorative Justice, specializing in peacemaking circles; former Restorative Justice Planner for the Minnesota Department of Corrections

Lisa Perlman, Senior Assistant District Attorney, Kings County District Attorney's Office

Anne Seymour, National Crime Victims Advocate/Expert

Steven Siegel, Director of Victim Services and Program Development, Denver District Attorney’s Office

Darrel Stephens, Former Executive Director, Major Cities Chiefs Association; Retired Chief Charlotte NC Police Department