Paul C. Dedinsky, J.D., Ph.D.5737 North Kent AvenueWhitefish Bay, Wisconsin 53217WORK EXPERIENCEMilwaukee Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, January 2019-presentVel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Court Center, Children’s Court JudgeDepartment of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), Madison, Wisconsin, 2017–presentDepartment of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), Chief Legal Counsel, 2017-present Leadership and supervision of in-house legal counsel in Office of the DATCP Secretary for 650-person state agency. HR/Employment, Contracts, Board Governance, Agency Regulations, Administrative Rulemaking, & Corporate affairs.Milwaukee County District Attorney Office, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1997–2017Milwaukee Family Drug Treatment Court, Team Captain, 2014-2017Assistant District Attorney handling drug/alcohol addicted case prosecutions in CHIPS family legal matters.Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Violence Prevention Prosecutor, 2008–2014Restorative Justice Prosecutor for the State of Wisconsin and Milwaukee Public School federal grant. Restorative Justice prosecutor forging link between public schools and violence prevention programming. Pioneered the establishment of a statewide “Dating Violence Protocol” to improve student safety.Milwaukee Children’s Court Center Prosecutor, 2007–2008, child abuse prosecutor.Domestic Violence Unit Director, 2001–2007, Assistant to District Attorney E. Michael McCann, State of Wisconsin. Authored a US Department of Justice grant application initiative netting 1.4 million in programming dollars forMilwaukee County domestic violence initiatives from July 2006 through July 2008, which was successfully renewed foran additional two years. Supervised 10 attorneys, 6 victim/witness specialists, and staff members of the Domestic Violence Unit. Spearheaded lobbying effort to gain 900,000 in federal support for the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s office.Entire Wisconsin delegation of Senators and Congressional representatives to sustain state prosecution services toprevent intimate partner violence in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 2005 to 2007, with subsequent funding renewals. Lead author and editor of the “Wisconsin Domestic Violence Prosecution Manual, 2004,” a comprehensive 575-pagelegal guide for Wisconsin prosecutors to improve safety for victims and accountability for offenders. Initiated “Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission,” a communitywide multi-disciplinary effort to study homicidesand develop public health and law enforcement strategies to effectively prevent future violence with the support ofMilwaukee’s mayor, police chief, and district attorney. Served as a commissioner on the Milwaukee Mayor’s Commission on Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse, a boardmember for the State of Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance (OJA) VAWA Advisory Council, a national facultytrainer for the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute (APRI), and past member of the federal Judicial OversightDemonstration Initiative (JODI) advisory board – a communitywide collaborative grant with judiciary, law enforcement,probation and parole, victim advocates, and non-profit community organizations.Sensitive Crimes Prosecutor, 1999–2001, Assistant to E. Michael McCann, serving as a Sexual Assault prosecutor.Misdemeanor, Domestic Violence and Delinquency Prosecutor, 1997–1999Private Practice Law Offices, Milwaukee, WI, 1994–1997Principal Attorney, specializing in criminal defense litigation, appellate, civil and family/juvenile law.Law firm of Chandek & Associates, Milwaukee, WI, 1993–1994Associate Attorney, specializing in civil and criminal litigation.
EDUCATIONPh.D., Education and Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service, Cardinal StritchUniversity, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 2012J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin, May 1993Curriculum: Law, graduated 100 credit hours, Dean’s list, 1992B.A., Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, (Psychology major, Theater minor), May 1989Honors: elected Student Body President; awarded University Reinert Condon academic scholarshipTEACHING EXPERIENCEAdjunct Professor, Doctoral & MBA programs, Cardinal Stritch, Milwaukee, WI, 2013–2017Professor in PhD & MBA graduate programs, Leadership, Management, Education, & Business law courses.Adjunct Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI, 2011–2012Professor of Law, Restorative Justice clinical course professor, 2011.Professor, Social Justice & Welfare, Negotiation, Mediation, and Restorative Justice, 2012.Restorative Justice Coordinator, Violence Prevention Prosecutor, 2008-2013Restorative Justice Prosecutor, State of Wisconsin and Milwaukee Public Schools federal grant. Trained over 3,000 educators (administrators, faculty, and staff) and over 1,000 students.Pioneered the establishment of a statewide “Dating Violence Protocol” to improve student safety.Curriculum Development & Faculty, Nat’l Institute on Domestic Violence Prosecution, 2003-2008U.S. Department of Justice curriculum development collaboration with the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute & theBattered Women’s Justice Project, Destin, Florida (February, 2005), Miami, Florida (March, 2004), Washington, D.C.(November, 2003), New Orleans, Louisiana (September, 2003).PUBLICATIONSWisconsin Prosecutor’s Domestic Abuse Reference Book, Senior Advisor, 2012.Experiencing Restorative Justice Practices within the Context of an Academic Course – A PhenomenologicalMixed Methods Study, Dissertation, 2012.“Burgundy Book” Civil Protection Orders Handbook (2nd Edition, 2010).Contributing co-author for the prosecution section of this National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judge publication.Vera Institute of Justice, Prosecuting Witness Tampering, Bail Jumping, and Battering From Behind Bars(2006 publication contributor at http://www.ovw.usdoj.gov/milwaukee prosecution final.pdf).Probation Review hearings Aim to Increase Victim Safety, Article Author, National Center on Domestic and SexualViolence NOTICE, Vol. II, No.2, Austin, Texas (Fall 2004 at http://www.ncdsv.org/publications probation parole.html).Wisconsin Domestic Violence Prosecution Manual, 2004, Lead Author & Editor, Wisconsin State Office of JusticeAssistance-grant funded by the United States Department of Justice—Office on Violence Against Women.LICENSUREMEMBERSHIPSState of Wisconsin Court System; United States Federal System (Wisconsin districts)Wisconsin State Bar Association, 1993-Present; American Bar Association, 1993-1998
LIST OF PRESENTATIONSNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS “Reducing Domestic Violence: Coordinated Strategies for Operation Impact Executives”conference, Albany, New York (November 17, 2009). Faculty member training at New York State Officefor the Prevention of Domestic Violence conference on witness tampering and stalking for 170prosecutors and law enforcement officers. Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools national conference, Washington, DC (August 3-4, 2009).Conference faculty member co-presenting a break-out session on restorative justice practices as a schooldiscipline alternative, sponsored by U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools(OSDFS). Regional Summit II, Washington, DC (July 17-18, 2008). Conference faculty member forWashington, DC, Maryland and Virginia prosecutors, police officers, victim advocates, and probationagents to address domestic violence stalking, sponsored by U.S. Department of Justice (US DOJ) Officeon Violence Against Women (OVW). National Institute on the Prosecution of Domestic Violence, Conference Faculty Member. Austin,Texas (December 3-7, 2007); Savannah, Georgia (December 12-16, 2005); New Orleans, Louisiana (June6-10, 2005); Minneapolis, Minnesota (September 26October 1, 2004); San Diego, California (June 20-25,2004). United States Department of Justice / Office of Violence against Women (USDOJ/OVW)—sponsored collaboration between the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute (APRI) and the BatteredWomen’s Justice Project (BWJP). “Milestones and Momentum” National Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota (June 25-27, 2007). Guestspeaker/faculty member presenting on the U.S. Supreme Court case of “Crawford v. Washington” tojudges, prosecutors, police officers, probation agents, and victim advocates, sponsored by the U.S.Department of Justice (USDOJ) Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) and the Battered Women’sJustice Project (BWJP). Michigan Prosecution of Domestic Violence conference, Traverse City, Michigan (June, 2007).Conference presenter to prosecutors for investigation/prosecution of domestic violence and stalking casesfor Michigan VAW Attorney Herb Tanner. PRAXIS “Coordinated Community Response” National Conference, Phoenix, Arizona (February27- March 1, 2007). Conference faculty for rural US DOJ grantee prosecutors, police officers, victimadvocates, and probation agents working as members of a larger community’s coordinated response todomestic violence, sponsored by PRAXIS International and the Gender Violence Institute of Duluth,Minnesota. Minnesota County Attorneys Association, “Prosecution Issues in Sexual Assault, Child Abuse &Domestic Violence Cases” conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota (November 15, 2006). Conferencekeynote speaker on the topic of “The Confrontation Clause and Julie’s Story: Intimidation andManipulation by Domestic Abuse Offenders.” National Summit on the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Firearms, Los Angeles, California(September 25-27, 2006). National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges, faculty member for
presentations on “Criminal Protection Orders and Firearms Prohibitions” and “Federal and StateProsecution Collaborations.” Worked with Wisconsin team of professionals on the federal firearmssurrender committee, sponsored by OJA and the Governor’s Council. Advanced Stalking Training Conference, Las Cruces, New Mexico (July 14, 2006). Guestspeaker/faculty member for intensive stalking training designed for multidisciplinary group includingjudiciary, prosecution, law enforcement, corrections, and victim advocate community partners. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Instant Criminal Background Check System(NICS) Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida (June 14, 2006). Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)—sponsored conference keynote speaker on the topic of “Intimidation and Manipulation by DomesticAbuse Offenders.” National Stalking Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (April 30-31, 2006). National Center for Victims ofCrime—sponsored guest speaker/faculty member. Victim Advocacy National Conference, Long Beach, California (November 14-16, 2005). BatteredWomen’s Justice Project (BWJP)—sponsored guest speaker/faculty member. NCIC Registry Project, 18 U.S.C. 922, consultant, Ann Arbor, Michigan (October 27-28, 2005).United States Department of Justice & Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV). Domestic Violence Summit planning committee, Big Sky, Montana (September 29-30, 2005).National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges, consultant/planning committee member. President’s Family Justice Center Initiative site visit & consult, Milwaukee (July 26-27, 2005).Hosted site visit sponsored by the United States Department of Justice for professionals from South Bend,Indiana. National Domestic Violence annual conference, New Orleans (September 2-October 2, 2003).National College of District Attorneys (NCDA), faculty presentation on “Intimidation and Manipulationof Crime Victims” for prosecutors, advocates, probation agents, and judicial court officers.WEBINAR & CONFERENCE CALL PRESENTATIONS “Protection Orders”, Webinar presenter (July 20, 2012). “Victim Intimidation and Criminal Justice System Manipulation”, webinar presenter (July 12,2011). Praxis International Rural Domestic Violence Grantee program (December 27, 2006). PraxisInternational monthly conference call lecture series, featured speaker on the topic of “The Phenomenon ofDomestic Abuse Reluctant / Recanting Victim Testimony.” Praxis International Rural Domestic Violence Grantee program (August 23, 2006). PraxisInternational monthly conference call lecture series, featured speaker on the topic of “AnalyzingCrawford and the Confrontation Clause in the wake of the Davis/Hammon decision.”
Wisconsin State Prosecutor’s Education Training (SPET) luncheon lecture series (April 7, 2006).Faculty presenter for SPET statewide prosecution CLE luncheon series for “Recent Legislative Changesfor Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crimes.” Wisconsin State Prosecutor’s Education Training (SPET) luncheon lecture series (May 2, 2003).Faculty presenter for SPET statewide prosecution CLE luncheon series for “Homicide Prevention andEvidence-based Investigation and Prosecution.”LOCAL / STATE PRESENTATIONS Youth Law Day, Marquette University Law School, Event Coordinator, Milwaukee, WI (2010-2018). St. Clare Center for Catholic Life, Formation for Teachers, 2015-present. Past venues include: PiusHigh School (Milwaukee), Thomas More High School (Milwaukee), St. Catherine’s HS (Racine),Messmer High School (Milwaukee), Catholic Memorial (Waukesha), DSHA (Milwaukee), St. Dominic’s(Brookfield), St. Anthony on the Lake (Pewaukee). 2018-2019 Presentations: St. Dominic’s (Brookfield),11-2-18; Cardinal Stritch University (Milwaukee), 11-19-18; St. Mary’s (Burlington), 1-18-19;Dominican HS (Whitefish Bay), 1-21-19; St. Dominic’s (Brookfield), 2-18-19. Wraparound Milwaukee, St. Aemilian's Lakeside campus, Guest Workshop Presentation onrestorative justice practices, Milwaukee, WI (December 4, 2014). Intergenerational Symposium, Milwaukee County Department on Aging, Plenary Speaker,Milwaukee, WI (November 19, 2013). Federal Firearms Surrender Training, Presenter/Systems Trainer, Madison, WI (April, 2011),Wausau, WI (Spring, 2010). Wisconsin Department of Justice 2009 Technology conference, Green Bay (Sept 29, 2009). Guestfaculty presenter for law enforcement officers on threat assessment, cyber bullying, sexting, datingviolence, and strategies to address student discipline cases within school communities. Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) School Violence Prevention training for School SafetyResource Officers (SRO’s), Milwaukee Police Academy (August 29, 2008). Guest faculty trainer foranti-violence training for law enforcement officers. Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), Summer 2008 Violence Prevention Training, MPS CentralOffice (August 12-14, 2008). Trained MPS teachers, school psychologists, social workers, andadministrators in the implementation of restorative justice practices in their schools to addressdisciplinary cases and truancy issues. Trained middle school and high school students with the aim toestablish peer jury/intervention circles in their respective schools. Wisconsin Department of Justice 2007 Technology Conference, Eau Claire (Sept 18-20, 2007).Guest faculty presenter for law enforcement officers on stalking investigations, the right of confrontation,and domestic violence/intimidation. Wisconsin Law Enforcement training, “Investigating Domestic Abuse,” Racine (Aug 16, 2007).Guest faculty member for law enforcement officers on the investigation of domestic abuse, stalking andstrangulation cases, sponsored by the Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance (OJA).
Zonta International Club of Milwaukee, Milwaukee (March, 2007). Presenter to service organizationon the challenges of domestic violence in the community. Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Recruit Officer Training for Domestic ViolenceInvestigations, MPD Police Academy, Milwaukee (Nov 27-28, 2006, Oct 18-19, 2006, March 2, 2005,May 8, 2003, June 13, 2003, March 12, 2003, Dec 18, 2002, & July 17, 2002). Guest faculty trainer forthe Milwaukee Police Department on issues pertaining to “Homicide Prevention” and “Evidence-basedInvestigation and Prosecution” in domestic abuse, stalking, and strangulation cases. St. Thomas More Society, Milwaukee, WI (October 6, 2006). Invited by E. Michael McCann to serveas guest speaker to address domestic abuse topics and the new domestic abuse grant initiatives inMilwaukee. Wisconsin Department of Justice 2006 Technology Conference, Green Bay (Sept 19, 2006). Guestpresentation for annual Wisconsin DOJ conference, Victim Intimidation and Manipulation. Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Recruit Training, Milwaukee, WI (June 20, 2006, January 25,2006, November 30, 2005, & April 14, 2004). Guest faculty/trainer for MPD recruit officers regarding“The Federal Congressional Process of How a Bill Becomes a Law, the Interplay of the Three Branchesof Government, and Federal Agency Administration of Regulations.” State of Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance—sponsored Law Enforcement Training,“Investigative Strategies to Domestic Violence,” Walworth County, WI (May 23-25, 2006). Facultytrainer for law enforcement officers in Walworth County. Topics included: Domestic ViolenceMandatory Arrest, Predominant Physical Aggressor, Investigative strategies, Stalking, and Strangulation. State of Wisconsin Governor’s Council/OJA, Federal Firearms Laws Compliance Committee (20062011). Wisconsin Dep't of Corrections Probation Training of Trainers, Milwaukee (Oct 25, 2005). Guestpresentation for the training of probation and parole agents. Milwaukee Area Technical College Law Enforcement Recruit Training, Milwaukee (Oct 10 & 12,2005 & April 21, 2005). Guest faculty for Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Strangulation training forrecruit law enforcement officers. Violence Against Women statewide planning conference, Appleton (Sept 14-15, 2005). Guestpresentation on “Intimidation and Manipulation of Crime Victims.” Junior League & Task Force on Family Violence panel presentation, Milwaukee (Aug 23, 2005).Panel presentation regarding “Civil vs. Criminal remedies for Domestic Abuse Victims.” Elder Abuse Law Enforcement Training, Madison, WI (August 16, 2005). Faculty member ofcollaborative VAWA team for law enforcement conference, sponsored by the State of Wisconsin Officeof Justice Assistance. Wisconsin Social Services Association conference, Milwaukee, WI (May 13, 2005). Keynote Speakerregarding family violence prevention and educational strategies.
Wisconsin State Bar Annual Statewide Conference, Milwaukee, WI (May 6, 2005). Panelpresentation on “New Legislation Pertaining to the Impact of Domestic Abuse upon Child Custody” inFamily Court proceedings. Wisconsin Victim Witness Professionals Association annual statewide conference, Madison, WI(April 15, 2005). Guest speaker on “Homicide, Homicide Prevention, and the inception of the MilwaukeeHomicide Review Commission.” State of Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance-sponsored Advanced Domestic Abuse LawEnforcement Annual Conference, West Allis, WI (May 26, 2005 & November 30, 2004). Trainedapproximately 50 Law Enforcement Officers from southeastern Wisconsin pertaining to “HomicidePrevention” investigative strategies. Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) & Wisconsin Coalition Against DomesticViolence (WCADV) Elder Abuse Curriculum Development team member, Wausau, WI (May 4,2005). Member of collaborative team to design elder abuse curriculum for the training of lawenforcement officers throughout the State of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Women’s Court and Civics Conference, Milwaukee, WI (January 19, 2005). KeynoteSpeaker on family violence issues and the interplay of crime prevention. Teen Challenge Banquet, Milwaukee, WI (October 29, 2004). Guest speaker & AODA sponsor forfaith-based drug and alcohol program graduate ceremony. Wisconsin Department of Corrections Probation & Parole, Milwaukee, WI (October 12, 2004).Organized and presented a multi-disciplinary interactive training for Probation and Parole Agents. State of Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance—sponsored Law Enforcement Training, WalworthCounty, WI (September 16-17, 2004). Faculty trainer on Domestic Violence Mandatory Arrest,Predominant Physical Aggressor, Investigative strategies, Stalking, and Strangulation for lawenforcement officers in Walworth County. Wisconsin State Prosecutor’s Education Training (SPET), Wisconsin Dells, WI (June 15, 2004).Faculty presentation on “The Effects of the United States Supreme Court Decision of Crawford v.Washington on Prosecution cases” at the Summer SPET state prosecution conference. Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) Elder Abuse Training, Waukesha (May 6,2004). Faculty member at Elder Abuse Training for Law Enforcement Officers and Detectives pertainingto investigative strategies and evidence collection. Sojourner Truth House Volunteer Training, Milwaukee (April 27, 2004, April 1, 2003, & April 16,2002). Guest speaker for “Legal Night” at the Sojourner Truth House volunteer training. Task Force on Family Violence, Milwaukee, WI (February 25, 2004). Guest Speaker at Batterer’sIntervention Counseling Program for male offenders. Wisconsin State Prosecutor’s Education Training (SPET), Appleton, WI (January 15, 2004).Collaboration of prosecutors, law enforcement, and advocates to introduce and train Wisconsinprosecutors on the new “Wisconsin Domestic Violence Prosecution Manual, 2004” at the Winter SPETstate prosecution conference.
Wisconsin Department of Corrections Probation & Parole, Milwaukee, WI (October 22, 2003).Organized and presented multi-disciplinary interactive training for Probation and Parole Agents. Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department (MCSD) Recruit Officer Training, Milwaukee, WI(August 6 & 20, 2003, February 11 & 17, 2003). Guest trainer for the Milwaukee County SheriffDepartment on direct & cross examination interactive trial tactics and issues pertaining to “HomicidePrevention” and “Evidence-based Investigation and Prosecution” in Domestic Abuse, Stalking andStrangulation cases. Milwaukee Mayor’s Commission on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault, Milwaukee (February 20,2003). Guest presentation on “Manipulation and Intimidation of Crime Victims,” to the Commission, agreater Milwaukee multi-disciplinary collaboration of professionals seeking to end domestic and sexualabuse. Milwaukee Area Technical College Law Enforcement In-Service Training, Milwaukee, WI(September of 2002 through May of 2003). Guest faculty/trainer presenting “Investigative Strategies toPrevent Family Violence Homicides” for southeastern Wisconsin suburban law enforcement officers atMATC for 14 separate classes. Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) In-Service Training, Milwaukee, WI (November 8, 2002through January 3, 2003). Organized and Trained all 1800 MPD patrol and sergeants over an eight-weekperiod (76 total training presentations) in a collaboration of law enforcement, prosecutors and advocatesfor the new Family Violence Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) of the Milwaukee Police Department. Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Sensitive Crimes Division conference, Milwaukee, WI(October 24-25 & November 7-8, 2002). Organized conference and trained MPD Sensitive CrimesDivision in a collaboration of law enforcement, prosecution and advocate partners for advancedinvestigative strategies. State of Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance “Women in the Criminal Justice System”conference, Milwaukee, WI (October 7-8, 2002). Keynote speaker at statewide conference addressingissues of women incarcerated in the prison system. State of Wisconsin OJA Training of Trainers, attendee Wausau (April 30-May 3, 2002). Junior League annual meeting, Milwaukee, WI (October 24, 2001). Guest speaker to addressdomestic & sexual abuse issues.OTHER SPEECHES / LECTURES AG Organizations & Commodity Marketing Boards Directors Conference, Rothschild, WI, August21, 2018. “Ethical Leadership & Board Governance” three-hour interactive presentation to statewideBoard Directors from the Milk Marketing Board, Corn Marketing Board, Ginseng Marketing Board,Potato Marketing Board, Cranberry Marketing Board, and other Industry Leadership commissions. DATCP New Employee Training, Madison, WI (June 21, 2017; September 27, 2017; December 6,2017; May 15, 17, 22, 2018; June 20, 2018). Presenter for “Ethics in the Workplace” training. DATCP Administrative Rule-Making REINS Act Training Sessions, Madison, WI (August 30,2017; August 31, 2017; September 1, 2017; September 7, 2017; September 18, 2017). Trained Division
of Agricultural Resource Management, Division of Trade and Consumer Protection, Division of AnimalHealth, Division of Food & Recreational Safety, and Division of Agricultural Development. Governor’s Dairy Task Force 2.0, Madison, WI (August 13, 2018). Presenter for “OpenMeetings/Public Records” training. UW-Madison Law School Remington Center, Madison, WI (July 9, 2018; October 9, 2017).Presentation on restorative justice to law students. DATCP Board Meeting Presentations, Madison, WI (October 10, 2017; December 21, 2017; January25, 2018; July 19, 2018). Presentations to the DATCP Board on various topics, including: “Ethics &Board Governance”, “Open Meetings Law Update”, “Public Records Report & Legal Update”, and“CWD Rule-Making”. DATCP Division of Food & Recreational Safety annual conference, Rothschild, WI (September 12,2017). “Ethics & Justice” presentation to 135 division employees from around the state of Wisconsin. Marquette University Upward Bound, Milwaukee, WI (June 22, 2017). “Leadership” presentation to60 inner-city high school youth.UNIVERSITY LECTURES Milwaukee Area Technical College Summer Teacher workshop series (June 15, 2015). Guestfaculty to teach restorative justice practices to educators. Marquette University Equal Opportunity Student summer program (June 24, 2015, as well asyears prior-2012, 2013, and 2014). Guest faculty presenter on conflict resolution and communitybuilding techniques for an audience of inner-city youth developing skills to learn how to apply and besuccessful in a college academic environment. Marquette University Law School Restorative Justice Conference, Milwaukee, WI (November 10,2009). Break-out session presenter on Violence Prevention within Milwaukee Public Schools. Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI (October 5 & 19, 2009). Guest presentation forProfessor Janine Geske on violence prevention/ conflict resolution for improving community/schoolsafety. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Criminal Justice Legal Procedures (October 5, 2009). Guestfaculty presentation on Stalking Investigations for Dr. Rick Lovell’s criminal justice course of 175students. University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, and Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee(Oct 16, 2006, Oct 11, 2004, Oct 13, 2003, Feb 17, 2003 & Sept 23, 2002). Guest faculty on trial tacticsfor Domestic Violence criminal justice seminar course. Marquette Criminal Justice Dep't, Milwaukee (Oct 27, 2004 & Nov 5, 2003). Guest lecturer forundergraduate students on “Domestic Violence 101.”
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE & FAMILY COURT JUDGES, ROUNDTABLES(Sponsored by US DOJ) & GOVERNMENTAL WORK Burgundy Book Development Committee, Washington, DC (Oct 22-23, 2009), Rancho Santa Fe, CA(Aug 17-18, 2009), Sonoma, CA (April 6-7, 2009). NCJFCJ consultant in the development of the secondedition of the Burgundy Book, a national training manual on the best practices concerning civil protectionorders for advocates, judges, prosecutors, civil attorneys, and law enforcement officers. Judicial Roundtable, “The U.S. Supreme Court decision ‘Crawford v. Washington’”, Washington,DC (March, 2008). Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) Office on Violence AgainstWomen (OVW), participating member. National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Roundtable: Violence Against Women Research to PracticeWorkshop, Washington, DC (March 23, 2007). National Institute of Justice (NIJ) / United StatesDepartment of Justice effort to develop its research agenda for family violence and its impact uponchildren, stalking, teen dating violence, sexual and domestic abuse, consultant. Judicial Roundtable on “Differentiating Offenders: Context is Everything”, Washington, DC(November 16, 2006). Sponsored by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges & theUnited States Department of Justice—Office on Violence against Women (OVW), participating member. U.S. Congressional Delegation of Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (May 16-17, 2006). Obtained federalfunding for the Milwaukee DA’s office to sustain state prosecution services to prevent family violence inMilwaukee for 2008 to 2010. VERA Institute of Justice site visit, Milwaukee, WI (October 20-21, 2005). Guest presentation forjudges, prosecutors, and other professionals from Minneapolis, Atlanta and Portland on “TheEffectiveness of Probation Review/Compliance hearings: Best Practices.” National Summit on Protection Orders Full Faith & Credit, Albuquerque, New Mexico (May 27-28,2004). NCJFCJ consultant in the development of the Burgundy Book, a national training manual on thebest practices concerning civil protection orders for advocates, judges, prosecutors, civil attorneys, andlaw enforcement officers. Domestic Violence and Urban Jurisdictions Roundtable, Atlanta, Georgia (April 12-13, 2005).United States Department of Justice—Office on Violence against Women (OVW), participating member. Re-entry of Intimate Partner Violence Inmates Roundtable, Portland, Oregon (December 8-9,2004). United States Department of Justice—Office on Violence against Women (OVW),consultant/presenter. U.S. Congressional Delegation of Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (March 2-3, 2004). Successfullyspearheaded effort to persuade Wisconsin delegation of Senators and Congressional representatives tosustain state prosecution services to prevent family violence in Milwaukee from 2005 to 2007. Milwaukee Family Court Commissioner’s Training, Milwaukee (Feb 27, 2004). Presentations forMilwaukee Judicial court officers relating to violations of Temporary Restraini
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