Carl B. ( Bill ) Hammond, CCRI Project Director, is a former law enforcement officer with more than 30 years experience in criminal justice. Mr. Hammond has worked with more than 300 communities in the design, development and implementation of community-based multidisciplinary initiatives.
Carolyn J. Allen, Senior CCRI Project Staff, has more than 10 years experience in community-based initiatives with extensive experience in establishing and facilitating working relations between courts, law enforcement, and mental health providers.
Ginger Bailey, CCRI Project Staff, former Executive Director, Arkansas Drug Free Youth, has more than 20 years experience in the delivery of services to victims and their families. She is also the former Director of the Arkansas Victim Assistance and Compensation program. Ms. Bailey is also a NOVA Crisis Response Team Trainer.
Jennifer Mischel, Project Assistant, has recently graduated from the George Washington University with a degree in Criminal Justice. She has joined the CCRI staff after several months of assisting the Jefferson Institute with a prosecutorial survey.
Dr. Robert Benedetto, Disaster Mental Health Consultant. Dr. Benedetto is the retired Director of Mental Health Services for Ventura County with more than 35 years experience in the crisis mental health field. He has provided numerous national-level trainings on crisis mental health intervention.
Dr. Lawrence Bergmann, President, Post Trauma Resources, Inc. a nationally recognized expert in the area of crisis counseling. Dr. Bergmann has more than 20 years experience in intervention and counseling services to victims of crime and mass trauma.
Debbie T. Calcote, Executive Director, Berkeley County Mental Health Center, has more than 20 years experience as a mental health counselor and administrator. She is a member of the Berkeley County Criminal Crisis Response Initiative Implementation Workgroup. She has provided training crisis prevention and response.
Mark L. Ells, Research Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, School of Law. Former Director, National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, American Prosecutors Research Institute. A former district attorney with more than 20 years experience prosecuting and working with communities in multidisciplinary initiatives.
Georgia K. Hilgeman, Executive Director, Vanished Children’s Alliance, has more than 30 years experience in the delivery of services to victims and their families. Ms. Hilgeman has worked with more than 40 communities in the design, development and implementation of multidisciplinary, community-based initiatives.
Ann Hutchison,Manager, Disaster/Terrorism Critical Response, Emergency Management and Austin City Police Department, is an recognized expert in the area of victim services with over 24 years experience developing and implementing mass criminal disaster programs.
Dr. JoAnn Lippert,Psychologist and Trauma Consultant, has more than 25 years experience dealing with missing and exploited children and workplace violence. Dr. Lippert has trained numerous local and federal criminal justice professionals on child abduction and victimization issues.
Diana Nordboe, Mental Health Consultant, has more than 10 years experience in management, training, and development of crisis counseling programs for disaster workers and victims. Ms. Nordboe has worked with the Center for Mental Health Services on numerous crisis assistance and training projects.
Anna L. Ollinger, Retired Superior Court Judge of Santa Clara County, California with more than 20 years experience in family and juvenile law and working with victims of crime. Ms. Ollinger has background in social work and counseling.
Stanley L. Wilson,
Baptist Medical Mental health Chaplin with more than 25 years experience in
pastoral care and counseling services.
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