JAMES ZEPP is a consultant in criminal justice, urban planning and management, community development, and environmental programming. He combines experience with citizen participation techniques such as Nominal Group, Delphi, and survey research with experience in management and operation of information systems and website development including Web 2.0 capabilities. His computer hardware experience includes integrating computer components and peripherals as well as diagnosing and repairing systems. In addition, he has prepared population studies and projects, criminal justice statistical studies, and program evaluations. In his tenure at the Justice Research and Statistics Association, he served as project director for data collection and analysis for the National Weed and Seed Initiative and for strategic planning of integrated criminal justice information infrastructure and coordination of automation efforts for the District of Columbia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. He has published reports on domestic and sexual violence data collection, incident-based reporting data in neural network expert systems, police use of force data, and an information integration planning model. His work experience includes Oregon, Indiana, Virginia, and the Virgin Islands as well as United Way projects in Minneapolis and Milwaukee. He is currently active in several community projects in Silver Spring and Montgomery County, Maryland and most recently delivered training in community planning methods and information resources in Tampa, FL.
Wed, February 29, 2012
by Mike Connelly