KRISTIN WINOKUR EARLY, PH.D. Curriculum Vita

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1 Page 1 of 19 KRISTIN WINOKUR EARLY, PH.D. Curriculum Vita Justice Research Center 2898 Mahan Drive, Suite 4 Tallahassee, FL (phone) (fax) EDUCATION 2000 Ph.D., Criminology and Criminal Justice Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida Dissertation: Ignored in Theory But Not in Practice: The Differential Treatment of Delinquent Girls in the Juvenile Justice System 1995 M.S., Criminal Justice University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland Thesis: Juvenile Jurisdictional Transfer: An Evaluation of the Judicial and Reverse Waiver Mechanisms 1990 B.A., Criminal Justice University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida WORK EXPERIENCE 2001-present Justice Research Center Vice-President and Director of Research Principal on state and federal research grants and contracts. Responsible for managing firm research studies; developing and implementing quantitative and qualitative program evaluations, longitudinal outcome evaluations, process evaluations, and experimental research designs; writing academic and professional research publications; procuring grant, foundation and corporate funding; presenting research findings at professional and academic conferences and seminars; and conducting trainings and developing comprehensive planning strategies present Kaplan University Graduate School of Criminal Justice Adjunct Professor Responsibilities include: Teaching, graduate curriculum committee member, and graduate student thesis chair. Graduate Courses Taught: CJ 501 Criminological Theory CJ 502 Research Methodology CJ 521 Contemporary Issues in Corrections CJ 523 Juvenile Justice CJ 525 Applied Action Research I CJ 598 Applied Action Research II HM 598 Homeland Security Applied Research Project Capstone

2 Page 2 of Florida State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Visiting Assistant Professor Responsibilities included: Teaching; faculty advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society; undergraduate curriculum committee member; and graduate student thesis advisor. Undergraduate Courses Taught: CCJ 4520 Juvenile Justice; Fall 2001 CCJ 4700 Research Methods; Spring 2002 Graduate Courses and Directed Independent Studies (DIS) Taught: CCJ 5704 Research Methods; Fall 2002 CCJ 5971 Master s Thesis Major Professor DIS; Spring and Fall 2002 CCJ 5981 Comprehensive Exam Prep Course DIS; Summer 2001 CCJ 5981 Stats I Comprehensive Exam Prep Course DIS; Fall 2001 CCJ 5981 Hierarchical Linear Modeling DIS; Fall 2001 CCJ 5981 Stats II Comprehensive Exam Prep Course DIS; Spring 2002 CCJ 5944 Graduate Supervised Teaching for Research Methods; Fall 2002 Undergraduate Course Prep Assistance and Instruction: CCJ 4933 Computer Applications in Juvenile Justice CCJ 4938 Technology in Law Enforcement Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Bureau of Data and Research Research Director ( ) Principal Investigator ( ) Project Manager ( ) Supervised and administered Bureau research projects including oversight of the Florida Delinquency Research and Information Clearinghouse, Florida Delinquent Girls Research Project, prevention program evaluation research, and grant writing. Served on the Florida Governor s Interagency Survey Workgroup Florida State University Criminal Justice Florida Department of Juvenile Justice School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Teaching Assistant/Instructor of Record Courses taught: Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement (Fall 1995), Juvenile Justice (Summer 1996, Fall 1996, Spring 1997) Research Methods (Summer 1998, Summer 1999) Florida State University Criminal Justice Florida Department of Juvenile Justice School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Computer Analyst Responsibilities included: maintaining and providing technical support on all School computers including handling all hardware and software installation and maintenance (approximately 35 users including graduate computer lab)

3 Page 3 of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Bureau of Data and Research Research Assistant Responsibilities included: collecting and analyzing data for program and process evaluations of boot camps; developing databases to track client delinquency records; and analyzing detention population data for monthly statistics reports Office of the Baltimore State s Attorney Research and Development Analyst Responsibilities included: directing research as Project Coordinator of the Vehicle Analysis Network grant awarded to the State s Attorney s Office in conjunction with the Joint Vehicle Theft Task Force between Baltimore City and Baltimore County; developing research methods and statistical analyses for the evaluation of vehicle theft task force cases, vertical prosecution, and decal programs Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts Researcher Responsibilities included: preparing statistical analyses and reports for management audits of juvenile, criminal, civil, land records, and paternity units of circuit court clerks offices; compiling a profile of all civil and criminal cases filed in Baltimore between ; conducting research for an evaluation of staffing levels of circuit court masters; and validating data for the Annual Report of the Maryland Judiciary University of Baltimore Department of Criminal Justice Graduate Research Assistant Responsibilities included: conducting data collection, coding, and statistical analysis on grant projects; researching criminal justice issues; and preparing literature reviews for faculty members R.B. Davis and Associates, P.A. Research and Litigation Paralegal Responsibilities included: drafting pleadings and trial motions; drafting discovery requests, responses, and motions; conducting legal research; writing research memoranda in support of or opposition to motions; and conducting client intake Webster College Instructor Responsibilities included: teaching evening courses in: Civil Litigation for Paralegals, Business Communication, Business English, and Legal Research and Writing Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Child Legal Welfare Services Legal Assistant Responsibilities included: drafting legal documents for the agency in dependency actions involving the termination of parental rights and foster care; conducting legal research in juvenile law; assisting attorneys in court; and constructing a database of all cases.

4 Page 4 of Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Alligator Creek Short Term Offenders Program (STOP) Camp Intern (1989), Program Assistant (1990) Responsibilities included: drafting legal documents for the agency in dependency actions involving the termination of parental rights and foster care; conducting legal research in juvenile law; assisting attorneys in court; and constructing a database of all cases. PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS 2013 Winokur Early, K., Chapman, S.F., & Hand, G.A. (forthcoming). Family-Focused Juvenile Reentry Services: A Quasi-Experimental Design Evaluation of Recidivism Outcomes. Journal of Juvenile Justice Bontrager Ryon, S., Devers, L., Winokur Early, K., & Hand, G. (2012). Changing How the System Responds to Status Offenders: Connecticut s Families with Service Needs Initiative. Juvenile & Family Court Journal 63(4): Sells, S.P., Winokur Early, K., & Smith, T.E. (2011). Reducing Adolescent Oppositional and Conduct Disorders: An Experimental Design Using the Parenting with Love and Limits Model. Professional Issues in Criminal Justice 6, 3 & 4: Estren, J. and Winokur, K. (2010). "Community-Based Solutions for Delinquent Youth: A Guide for Advocates." ABA Child Law Practice 29(4): Winokur, K., Smith, A., Bontrager, S., and Blankenship, J. (2008). Juvenile Recidivism and Length of Stay. Journal of Criminal Justice 36(2): Smith, A., Winokur, K., and Palenski, J. (2005). What is Dating Violence? An Exploratory Study of Hispanic Adolescent Definitions. Journal of Ethnicity and Criminal Justice. 3(1/2): Smith, A. and Winokur, K. (2004). What Doctors and Policy-Makers Should Know: Battered Women s Views About Mandatory Medical Reporting Laws. Journal of Criminal Justice. 32(3): Winokur K.; Li S.; McEntire R. (2002). Data Integration in the Evaluation of Juvenile Justice Education. Evaluation Review 26 (3): Winokur, K., Tollett, T., and Jackson, S. (2002). What Works in Juvenile Justice Outcome Measurement: A Comparison of Predicted Success to Observed Performance. Federal Probation. 66(2): REPORTS, MONOGRAPHS, BOOK CHAPTERS, AND CURRICULA 2012 Winokur Early, K., Hand, G.A., & Blankenship, J.L. (2012). Validity and Reliability of the Florida Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) Risk and Needs Assessment Instrument: A Three-Phase Evaluation (Validation Study, Factor Analysis, Inter-Rater Reliability). Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2012 Chapman, S., Bontrager, S., & Winokur Early, K. (2012). Evaluation of the Connecticut s Motivational Interviewing and Strength-Based Case Management Initiatives, : Final Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2012 Winokur Early, K., Hand, G., Blankenship, J., & Chapman, S. (2012). Redirection Continues to Save Money and Reduce Recidivism. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research

5 Page 5 of Winokur Early, K., Hand, G., Blankenship, J., & Chapman, S. (2012). Redirection Continues to Save Money and Reduce Recidivism: Methodological Appendix, Comprehensive Analysis and Tables. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Winokur Early, K., Hand, G., Blankenship, J., Bontrager Ryon, S., & Mohr, S. (2011) Florida Network Evaluation. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Hand, G., Winokur, K., & Blankenship, J. (2011). Evaluation of Evidence-Based Associates Redirections Project: Outcome Evaluation Report Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Winokur Early, K., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2011). AMIkids 2011 Outputs and Outcomes Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Bontrager Ryon, S., Winokur Early, K., Hand, G., & Devers, L. (2011). Juvenile Probation and Residential Services Evaluation: Connecticut Support Services Division, Connecticut Judicial Branch. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Devers, L., Bontrager Ryon, S., & Winokur, K. (2011). The Process Evaluation of Connecticut s Gender Responsive Probation Model: Final Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Devers, L., Bontrager Ryon, S., & Winokur, K. (2011). The Process Evaluation of Connecticut s Motivational Interviewing and Strength-Based Case Management Initiatives: Final Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Winokur Early, K. (2011). Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) Research Evaluation: Indiana PLL Re-Entry Services. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2011 Hand, G., Winokur, K., & Blankenship, J. (2011). Parenting with Love and Limits: Evaluation Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2010 Winokur Early, K., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2010). AMIkids 2010 Outputs and Outcomes Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2010 Winokur Early, K. (2010). Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) Research Evaluation: Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Outcomes. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2010 Winokur, K., Devers, L., Hand, G., and Blankenship, J. (2010). Child on Child Sexual Abuse Needs Assessment. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and Florida Department of Children and Families Bontrager Ryon, S., Devers, L., & Winokur, K. (2010). Process and Outcome Evaluation of the Connecticut Families with Service Needs Initiative: Final Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2010 Hand, G., Winokur, K., & Blankenship, J. (2010). Evaluation of Evidence-Based Associates Redirection Project: Outcome Evaluation Report Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2010 Winokur Early, K., Hand, G., & Blankenship, J. (2010). Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) Champaign County, IL Mental Health Board Research Evaluation: Outcomes. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research

6 Page 6 of Hand, G., Winokur, K., & Blankenship, J. (2010). Parenting with Love and Limits: Evaluation Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Hand, G., Winokur, K., Blankenship, J. and Bontrager, S. (2009). Evaluation of Evidence- Based Associates: Redirections Services in Florida One-Year Outcomes. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Winokur, K., and Blankenship, J. (2009). Evidence-Based Practices in Florida: A Systems Approach to Implementing Cognitive Behavioral Interventions. In Glick, B. Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for At-Risk Youth, Volume 2. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc Winokur, K., Hand, G., and Blankenship, J. (2009) Annual Descriptive Summary: An Evaluation of Eckerd Youth Alternatives Rehabilitative Programs for Adolescents. Clearwater, FL: Eckerd Youth Alternatives Winokur, K., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2009). Associated Marine Institutes 2009 Outputs and Outcomes Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., and Hand, G. (2009). The 2009 Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Program Accountability Measures (PAM) Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Hand, G., and Greenwald, M., (2009) Comprehensive Accountability Report of Florida s Juvenile Justice Programs: Outcome Evaluation, Quality Assurance, and Program Accountability Measures. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Process and Outcome Evaluation of the Connecticut Family with Service Needs Project: Interim Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Connecticut Motivational Interviewing and Strengths Based Case Management Semi-Annual Report: January Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Connecticut Gender Responsive Probation Program Semi-Annual Report: January Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Process and Outcome Evaluation of the Connecticut Family with Service Needs Project: Partnering Agency Assessment. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Connecticut Gender Responsive Probation Program Process Evaluation Report: May Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2009 Bontrager, S., Devers, L., and Winokur, K. (2009). Connecticut Motivational Interviewing and Strengths Based Case Management Process Evaluation Report: June Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K. and Bontrager, S. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 1 Process Evaluation Report: Wheeler Clinic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research

7 Page 7 of Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 2 Process Evaluation Report: Wheeler Clinic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 3 Process Evaluation Report: Wheeler Clinic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K. and Bontrager, S. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 1 Process Evaluation Report: St. Francis. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 2 Process Evaluation Report: St. Francis. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 3 Process Evaluation Report: St. Francis. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K. and Bontrager, S. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 1 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Renaissance. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 2 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Renaissance. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 3 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Renaissance. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K. and Bontrager, S. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 1 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Junior Republic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 2 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Junior Republic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S. and Winokur, K. (2008). Connecticut Family Support Center Phase 1 Site Visit 3 Process Evaluation Report: Connecticut Junior Republic. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2008). Associated Marine Institutes 2008 Outputs and Outcomes Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Bontrager, S., Winokur, K.P., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2008) Evaluation of Redirection Services in Florida: One Year Outcomes. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2008 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Bontrager, S., Hand, G., Wang, K., and Greenwald, M., (2008) Comprehensive Accountability Report of Florida s Juvenile Justice Programs: Outcome Evaluation, Quality Assurance, and Program Accountability Measures. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Hand, G., Greenwald, M., Bontrager, S., Wang, K., and

8 Page 8 of 19 Cooper, A. (2008) Juvenile Residential Report Cards. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Taymans, J., Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., and Luther, J. (2007). Communicating for Change: A Training Curriculum for Juvenile Justice Direct Care Professionals. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and Justice Research Center 2007 Bontrager, S., Winokur, K., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2007) Evaluation of Redirection Services in Florida: One Year Outcomes. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2007 Bontrager, S, Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Wang, K., Hand, G. and Cooper, A. (2007). Disproportionate Minority Contact Benchmark Reports: Racial and Ethnic Minority Representation at Various Stages of the Florida Juvenile Justice System. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2007 Winokur, K.P., Blankenship, J. and Hand, G. (2007). Associated Marine Institutes 2007 Recidivism Outputs and Outcomes Report. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2007 Bontrager, S., Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Hand, G., Wang, K., Greenwald, M., and Quinn, S. (2007). The 2007 Prevention Program Accountability Measures Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. and Hand, G. (2007). Educational Interventions for Improving Middle School Education and Reducing Youth Violence: Final Outcome Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Federal Department of Education, Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Grant. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2007 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Bontrager, S., Hand, G., Tollett, T., Greenwald, M., Davis, E., Criswell, J., Davis, M., Kelly, A., Cooper, A. and Quinn, S. (2007) Comprehensive Accountability Report of Florida's Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Hand, G., Greenwald, M., Bontrager, S., and Cooper, A. (2007) Juvenile Residential Report Cards. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Zimmerman, J., Tollett, T., Chapman, S. and Greenwald, M. (2006) Program Accountability Measures Analysis (PAM) of Florida s Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Zimmerman, J., Tollett, T., Chapman, S., Greenwald, M., S., Epps, N., Quinn, S., and Bontrager, S. (2006) Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Hand, G., and Blankenship, J. (2006). Pre-Validation Study of the Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) Criminal History Domain. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Chapman, S. and Greenwald, M. (2005) Program Accountability Measures (PAM) Analysis of Florida s Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Tollett, T., Chapman, S., Greenwald,

9 Page 9 of 19 M., Jackson, S., Epps, N., Quinn, S., and Wang, K. (2005) Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. and Hand, G. (September 2004). Educational Interventions for Improving Middle School Education and Reducing Youth Violence: Preliminary Assessment of the Florida Arts in Education Project. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and Florida State University Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., and Hand, G. (July 2004). Targeting Delinquency Prevention Services to High-Risk Youth and Neighborhoods: An Assessment of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Prevention and Victim Services Geo-Mapping Techniques. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and Dept of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Hand, G., and Cass, E. (2004). Louisiana 2004 Program Accountability Measures Report: Evaluation of State Juvenile Justice Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2004 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Chapman, S. and Greenwald, M. (2004) Program Accountability Measures (PAM) Analysis of Florida s Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Tollett, T., Chapman, S., Jackson, S., Epps, N., Greenwald, M., and Wang, K. (2004) Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Blomberg, T., Pesta, G., and Winokur, K. (2004). "Quality Education and Academic Attainment as a Turning Point in the Delinquent Life Course." In The State of Corrections: 2003 ACA Conference Proceedings. Laurel, MD: American Correctional Association Winokur, K., Hand, G. Blankenship, J., and Cass, E., (2003). Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Office of Youth Development Program Accountability Measures 2003 PAM Report: A Two-Year Analysis. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2003 Blankenship, J. and Winokur, K. (2003). Human Trafficking: Identifying Cases and Correlates Study. Prepared for the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2003 Cass, E., Blankenship, J., Winokur, K., and Hand, G. (2003). Implementation Assessment and Validation of the Supervision Risk Classification Instrument (SRCI). Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2003 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E. and Hand, G. (2003). An Evaluation of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice s Impact of Crime Curriculum. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2003 Winokur, K., Hand, G., Blankenship, J., and Cass, E. (2003). Methodology for Calculating Program Recidivism Rates and Identifying Individual Characteristics Related to Recidivism for Juvenile Releases from the Custody of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2003 Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G. and Schuck, A. (2003) Program Accountability Measures Analysis of Florida s Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

10 Page 10 of Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Tollett, T., Chapman, S., Jackson, S., Epps, N., Greenwald, M., Wang, K., LaCroix, R. (2003) Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. and Gaitanis, J. (2003). Statewide Longitudinal Outcomes Assessment in 2002 Juvenile Justice Educational Enhancement Program Annual Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University Cass, E., Blankenship, J., Winokur, K., and Hand, G. (2002). An Initial Examination of Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument (MAYSI) Data: Recommendations for Policy and Practice. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2002 Cass, E., Blankenship, J., Winokur, K., and Hand, G. (2002). An Initial Examination of Intensive Delinquency Diversion Services (IDDS): Issues and Recommendations. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research 2002 Winokur, K., Cass, E., and Blankenship, J. (2002). Juvenile Recidivism and Length of Stay. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and National Center for Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. and Blankenship, J. (2002). Nature of Female Juvenile Offender Involvement in Domestic Violence-Related Offending. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and National Center for Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. (2002). Hidden Voices: The Experience of Delinquent Girls in Florida In Girls in the Juvenile Justice System. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Governor s Commission on the Status of Women Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., and Schuck, A. (2002) Program Accountability Measures Analysis of Florida s Juvenile Justice Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Justice Research Center and Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Blankenship, J., Cass, E., Hand, G., Tollett, T., Chapman, S., Jackson, S., and Epps, N. (2002) Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. and Jackson, S. (2001). Florida s Delinquent Girls: Psycho-Social Backgrounds, Correctional Programs, and Court Processing Issues of Female Juvenile Offenders in 2001 Outcome Evaluation Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K. (1999). Facing the Challenge: Florida s Female Juvenile Commitment Programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Zellerer, E., Massey, D., and Kaltenecker, N. (1998). Citation Clearinghouse on Female Delinquency. Tallahassee, FL: Department of Juvenile Justice Winokur, K., Kaltenecker, N., and Collins, S. (1997). Profile of Female Delinquency Cases and Youths Referred FY Tallahassee, FL: Florida Dept of Juvenile Justice Chiricos, T; Gertz, M.; Eschholz, S.; Hogan, M.; Kostelac, C; McEntire, R; and Winokur, K. (1997). Fear of Crime and Related Perceptions in Florida 1996, Final Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. RESEARCH AND GRANT EXPERIENCE

11 Page 11 of Subcontract Evaluator (Justice Research Center), Twin Oaks Juvenile Development Mentoring Project for Twin Oaks Juvenile Development Center, funded by the United States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), OJJDP FY 11 Second Chance Act Juvenile Mentoring Initiative (January 2012-Present) Principal Investigator, National Evaluation of Parenting with Love and Limits Re-Entry Model for Savannah Family Institute (January 2011-August 2012) Principal Investigator, National Evaluation of Parenting with Love and Limits for Savannah Family Institute (December 2009-December 2011) Principal Investigator, Child on Child Sexual Abuse Needs Assessment for the Florida Department of Children and Families (June 2009-March 2010) Co-Principal Investigator, Quasi-Experimental Design Evaluation of the Miami-Dade Public Schools Character Education Programming for the United States Department of Education and Miami-Dade Public Schools. (July 2009-June 2012/awaiting official notification) 2009 Principal Investigator, Disproportionate Minority Contact at Each Stage of the Florida Juvenile Justice System, County Benchmark Reports for the Florida Department of Juvenile. (June-July 2009/awaiting official notification) 2009 Co-Principal Investigator, Child-On-Child Sexual Abuse Needs Assessment for the Florida Department of Children and Families. (April-Sept 2009) 2008 Co-Principal Investigator, Comprehensive Research Study on the Effectiveness of Residential Treatment, Gender-Responsive Probation, and Motivational Interviewing and Strengths-Based Case Management for the Connecticut Court Support Services Division, Connecticut Judicial Branch. (March 2008-February 2010) 2008 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2008-March 2009) 2008 Principal Investigator, Eckerd Youth Alternatives (EYA) Outcome Evaluation of EYA Programs Nationally. (August 2008-July 2009) 2008 Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the OJJDP-Funded ARISE Life Management Intervention and Re-entry Program Grant for ARISE Foundation. (November January 2010) 2008 Principal Investigator, Outcome Evaluation of Redirection Services in Florida s Juvenile Justice System: Diverting Youth from Residential Commitment for Evidence-Based Associates, Inc. (January 2008-December 2009) 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. July 2007-June 2008) 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Leon County Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Initiative for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2007-June 2010) 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Connecticut Judicial Branch, Process and Outcome Evaluation of Connecticut Family with Service Needs Project for the Connecticut Court Support Services Division, Connective Judicial Branch. (October 2007-June 2009)

12 Page 12 of Principal Investigator, Annual Outcome Evaluation of the Associated Marine Institutes Programs for At-Risk Youth, National Evaluation of Services for Associated Marine Institutes. (August 2007-July 2009) 2007 Principal Investigator, 2007 Program Accountability Measures Analysis of Florida's Juvenile Prevention Programs for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (May 2007) 2007 Principal Investigator, Treatment Model and Curricula Development for Blueprints Program Submission for the Associated Marine Institutes. (August 2007-July 2009) 2007 Consultant, Motivational Interviewing Training for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (March 2007) 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Disproportionate Minority Contact Benchmark Reports: Racial and Ethnic Minority Representation at Various Stages of the Florida Juvenile Justice System for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and Florida JJDP State Advisory Group. (June 2007) 2006 Co-Principal Investigator, What Works Initiative Residential Pilot Project Year Three, Juvenile Accountability Block Grant funded project for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (August 2006-June 2007) 2006 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2006-June 2007) 2006 Principal Investigator, Outcome Evaluation of Juvenile Redirection Project in Florida for Evidence-Based Associates, Inc. (June 2006-December 2007) 2005 Co-Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor s Education and Training of Youthful Offenders Initiative, Supplemental Component: Case Tracking and Follow-Up Interviews for the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD). (July 2005-December 2007) 2002 Co-Principal Investigator, What Works Initiative Residential Pilot Project Year Two, Juvenile Accountability Block Grant funded project for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (August 2005-June 2006) 2005 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2005-June 2006) 2005 Co-Principal Investigator, Pre-Validation of the Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (August 2005-June 2006) 2004 Co-Principal Investigator, What Works Initiative Residential Pilot Project Year One, Juvenile Accountability Block Grant funded project for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (Sept 2004-June 2005) 2004 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2004-June 2005) 2004 Co-Principal Investigator, Florida State University Cultivating Arts and Juvenile Violence

13 Page 13 of 19 Reduction Study. United States Department of Education sponsored study. January 2004-January 2006) 2004 Principal Investigator, 2005 Louisiana Juvenile Justice Program Accountability Measures Analysis for the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Division of Youth Services. (October 2004-June 2005) 2004 Principal Investigator, Implementation Assessment and Validation of Florida s Juvenile Prevention and Victim Services' Use of Mapping in Service Delivery for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (June-July 2004) 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2003-June 2004) 2003 Principal Investigator, 2004 Louisiana Juvenile Justice Program Accountability Measures Analysis for the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Division of Youth Services. (October 2003-June 2004) 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, Validation Study of the DJJ Screening Risk Assessment Instrument for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (August-September 2003) 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the Impact of Crime Curriculum for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (June 2003) 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, Human Trafficking: Identifying Cases and Correlates Study for the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights. (June 2003) 2003 Principal Investigator, Harvard University Seed Grant entitled: Girls Aggression: The Etiology and Prevalence of Violent Offending Among Girls in Florida for the Harvard University School of Public Health. (July 2003-June 2004) 2002 Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2002-June 2003) 2002 Principal Investigator, 2003 Louisiana Juvenile Justice Program Accountability Measures Analysis for the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Division of Youth Services. (July 2002-June 2003) 2002 Principal Investigator, Pre-Evaluation Analysis of Louisiana Juvenile Justice Programming for the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Division of Youth Services. (March 2002-July 2002) 2002 Principal Investigator, National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) grant entitled: Examining the Relationship Between Length of Confinement in Juvenile Programs and Recidivism. (February 2002) 2002 Principal Investigator, National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) grant entitled: The Nature of Female Juvenile Offender Involvement in Domestic Violence-Related Offenses. (February 2002) 2002 Consultant, Florida State University Devoe Moore Center, Dr. David Rasmussen. Deterministic Matching of Delinquency Records. (June 2002) 2002 Consultant, Yale University School of Law, Private and State-Administered Juvenile Justice Programming Effectiveness. (June 2002)

14 Page 14 of Co-Principal Investigator, Statewide Analysis and Evaluation of Florida Juvenile Justice Programs and Services for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 2001-June 2002) 2000 Consultant, Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy for Law Enforcement Ethics, Community Policing and Mistrust in Police Course. (August 2000) 1999 Consultant, Florida Police Corps Curriculum Development and Training for the Florida Police Corps. (August 1999) 1998 Principal Investigator, OJJDP Challenge Grant, Florida Delinquent Girls Research Project for the Florida Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group and Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 1998-June 2000) 1997 Project Manager, OJJDP Challenge Grant, Florida Delinquent Girls Research Project for the Florida Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group and Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (July 1997-June 1998) 1996 Staff Researcher, Florida Fear of Crime Study for the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (Did not secure funding). Ted Chiricos, Principal Investigator. (June 1996) ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS 2012 Data Workshop AMIkids 2012 Annual Board of Trustees Meeting: Program Evaluation and Development Committee Meeting, Clearwater, FL (October 2012) 2012 Embracing System Change Through Evidence-Based Practices AMIkids 2012 Program Evaluation and Development Committee, Clearwater, FL (October 2012) 2012 Advancing Evidence-Based Programming AMIkids 2012 Annual Board of Trustees Meeting, Clearwater, FL (October 2012) 2012 Evaluating Evidence-Based Practices in State Juvenile Justice Systems: Florida s Redirection Project Blueprints for Violence Prevention Conference, San Antonio, TX (April 2012) 2012 Achieving Success: Partnerships for Performance and the Advancement of Private Sector Support Coalition for Juvenile Justice Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico (January 2012) 2012 Achieving Success: Targeting High Risk Youth with a Valid, Reliable Assessment The Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Executive Management Team Tallahassee, FL (January 2012)

15 Page 15 of Evaluating Evidence-Based Practices in Juvenile Justice Association for the Advancement of Evidence Based Practices Conference Philadelphia, PA (March 2011) 2011 Projected Impact of Legislation Barring Residential Confinement for Youth with No Prior Felony Adjudications Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Tallahassee, FL (March 2011) 2011 Evidence-Based Accountability: Evaluating the PLL Re-Entry Program Florida Juvenile Justice Association Annual Conference Orlando, FL (February 2011) Panel presentation with Sells, S Florida s Collaborative Approach to Reducing DMC in the Juvenile Justice System Coalition for Juvenile Justice, Southeast Region Conference Jersey City, NJ (October 2010) Panel presentation with Edwards, D. and Nelson, R Blueprints Model Programs: Past, Present and Future AMIkids Program Evaluation and Development Committee Meeting, Tampa, FL (June 2010) 2010 Redirection Youth: Florida's Success Story. Blueprints for Violence Prevention Conference, San Antonio, TX (April 2010) Panel presentation with Janer, N Child-On-Child Sexual Abuse Needs Assessment: Final Study Results Gabriel Myers Task Force, Florida Department of Children and Families, Tallahassee, FL (March 2010) 2009 AMIKids Personal Growth Model: Evidence-Based Treatment Interventions. Association for the Advancement of Evidence Based Practice Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA (April 2009) Presentation with Estren, J., Quintairos, B., and Blankenship, J The Unified Approach: A New Direction for Program Services in the Juvenile Justice System. American Society of Criminology Conference, St. Louis, MO (November 2008) Panel presentation with Bontrager, S., and Estren, J What Has Worked, What Hasn t: Florida s Experience in Moving to Evidence-Based Practices. Adolescent Treatment Issues Conference, Tampa, FL (February 2007) /trainer with Blankenship, J What Works in Delinquency Dispositions. Florida Conference of Circuit Court Judges, Orlando, FL (October 2006) /trainer 2006 Evidence-Based Risk Assessment in the Juvenile Justice System: Florida s Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT). American Society of Criminology Conference, Los Angeles, CA (November 2006) Paper presentation with Blankenship, J. and Tollett, T.

16 Page 16 of Florida Juvenile Justice System What Works Initiative. Family Court Conference, Orlando, FL (October 2005) /trainer 2004 "Violence, Disposition and Recidivism: A Ten-Year Cohort of Girls Referred for the First Time to Florida's Juvenile Justice System." American Society of Criminology Conference, Nashville, TN (November 2004) Paper presentation with Browne, A. and Lippmann, S "Are Girls More Violent? Female Juvenile Offenders in Florida Over the Decade of the 1990s." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference, Las Vegas, NV (March 2004) Paper presentation with Browne, A. and Lippmann, S Florida Prisons Project on Girls' Aggression." Prison Research Collaborative Meetings, Boston, MA (July 2003) Study site presentation 2002 Evaluation Research, Politics and Juvenile Justice Policy. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (November 2002) Paper presentation with Blomberg, T. and Li, S Delinquency and Education: What Works Revisited. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (November 2002) Paper presentation with Blomberg, T. and Li, S Education and Delinquent and Non-Delinquent Life Course Consequences. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (November 2002) Paper presentation with Blomberg, T. Li, S., and Pesta, G Battered Women and Mandatory Medical Reporting Laws: Perceptions and the Influence of Demographic and Situational Characteristics. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (November 2002) Paper presentation with Smith, A Understanding the Etiology of Female Delinquency and Domestic Violence. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (November 2002) Paper presentation with Zellerer, E. and Jackson, S The Characteristics, Experiences and Needs of Delinquent Girls in Florida s Juvenile Justice System. Florida State University, Women Extinguishing Barriers Conference, Tallahassee, FL (March 2002) /trainer 2000 Delinquent Girls in Florida: An Examination of Psycho-Social Backgrounds, Correctional Programs, and Court Processes. Florida Governor s Commission on the Status of Women Meeting, Tallahassee, FL (November 2000) /trainer 2000 Ecopathology and Trauma in the Development of Female Juvenile Delinquency. American Society of Criminology, Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA (November 2000) Paper presentation with Tollett, T. and Jackson, S Facing the Challenge: Florida s Female Juvenile Commitment Programs. American Society of Criminology, Annual Meetings, Toronto, Canada (November 1999) Paper presentation with Tollett, T. and Massey, M.

17 Page 17 of Community Outreach: The Utilization of Research and Statistics in Law Enforcement Agencies. Healing Fractures Between Police and Community Seminar; sponsored by Florida State University, Criminal Justice Education and Training, Inc., and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, Inc., Tallahassee, FL (October 1999) /trainer 1999 Girls Committed to Florida s Juvenile Justice System. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Annual Conference, Orlando, FL (March 1999) Paper presentation with Zellerer, E Meeting the Needs of At-Risk Girls. National Juvenile and Family Court Judges/District Attorneys Assoc. Annual Meeting Orlando, FL (March 1998) /trainer with Kaltenecker, N Florida s Challenge Grant Research Project on Female Juvenile Offenders. Dec Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Girls Initiative Annual Conference, Tallahassee, FL (December 1997) /trainer 1997 Profile of Female Delinquency Cases and Youths Referred in Florida. American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA (November 1997) Paper presentation with Tollett, T Waiver to Adult Court and Juvenile Homicide. American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL (November 1996) Panel Chair and Discussant 1996 Juvenile Jurisdictional Transfer: An Analysis of Determinants and Processual Effects of the Judicial and Reverse Waiver Mechanisms. American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL (November 1996) Paper presentation 1996 Super-Predators and Popular Consciousness: Has the Fear of Juvenile Crime Caught Up With the Hype? American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL (November 1996) Paper presentation with Chiricos, T. and Gertz, M Dangerous Enough for Adult Court? An Evaluation of the Waiver of Juveniles to Adult Court. American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Miami, FL (November 1994) Paper presentation 1994 Is There a Gender Gap in the Control of Male and Female Inmates? An Examination of Use of Force in Prison. American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Miami, FL (November 1994) Paper presentation with Senese, J.D. TRAINING EXPERIENCE 2010 Implementation Fidelity in Programming, Seminar Workshop AMIkids, Inc Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Training Workshop What Has Worked, What Hasn t: Florida s Experience in Moving to Evidence-Based Practices 2007 Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Contract Monitors and Quality Assurance Evidence-Based Practices and Principles of Effective Intervention in the Juvenile Justice System

18 Page 18 of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Residential Providers and Program Staff Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Residential Programming: Lessons Learned 2006 Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Senior Management and Residential Personnel Quality Assurance Standards and Evidence-Based Practice in the Juvenile Justice System 2006 Annual Education Program of the Florida Conference of Circuit Court Judges Continuing Judicial Education, Florida Bar Association What Works in Delinquency Dispositions 2002 Florida State University, Women Extinguishing Barriers Conference Training The Characteristics, Experiences and Needs of Delinquent Girls in Florida s Juvenile Justice System 2000 Florida Governor s Commission on the Status of Women Training Delinquent Girls in Florida: An Examination of Psycho-Social Backgrounds, Correctional Programs, and Court Processes 1999 Healing Fractures Between Police and the Community Training Seminar Sponsored by Florida State University, Criminal Justice Education and Training, Inc., and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Community Outreach: The Utilization of Research and Statistics in Law Enforcement Agencies 1998 National Juvenile and Family Court Judges and District Attorneys Association Training Meeting the Needs of At-Risk Girls HONORS AND AWARDS Gubernatorial Appointment, Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group, July 2012-present Harvard University, Innovations in American Government Awards Innovation: Florida Program Accountability Measures (PAM) Model National Semi-finalist (top 5%), March 2005 Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Society Inducted in April 1998, 4.0 GPA for Ph.D., 4.0 GPA for M.S. Doctoral Comprehensive Examinations: highest score, theory and statistics exams, 1997 Graduate Teaching Assistantships, Florida State University, Graduate Research Assistantship, University of Baltimore, 1994 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Editorial Board, Feminist Criminology, 2005-present Editorial Board, Journal of Drug Issues, 2001-present

19 Page 19 of 19 Editorial Board, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, Manuscript referee, Journal of Juvenile Justice, 2012 Manuscript referee, Criminology and Public Policy, 2004 Manuscript referee, American Journal of Criminal Justice, 2000 Secretary and Treasurer, American Society of Criminology, Division on Women and Crime, Editor, American Society of Criminology, Division on Women and Crime DivisioNEWS First Term: ; Second Term: Associate Editor, American Society of Criminology, Division on Women and Crime DivisioNEWS; Term: Chair, Master's Thesis Committee, Maggie Coon. Approved and graduated, 2002 Member, Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group, 2012-present Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Florida State University, 2002 Member, Florida Governor s Inter-Agency Survey Workgroup, Member, FL Statistical Analysis Center (FSAC) Criminal Justice Case Flow Workgroup, Member, Delinquent Girls Forum, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Member, Girls Initiative Campaign, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Faculty Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society, 2002 Mentor, Nims Middle School and Leon County High School, PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Society of Criminology, 1993-present Division on Women and Crime, 1998-present Division on Experimental Criminology, 2011-present Justice Research and Statistics Association, 1999-present Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, International Community Corrections Association (ICCA), 2005-present Harvard University Prison Research Collaborative, Lambda Alpha Epsilon (American Criminal Justice Association), Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 1998-present

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