FRIDAY 09 SEPTEMBER 2022
Informal networking session
7am Los Angeles/10am New York/3pm London/5pm Nairobi/9pm Bangkok/midnight Sydney
A moderated open session for follow-up discussions about matters presented or raised during the week, and for networking with programs and likeminded colleagues. We hope that participants will feel free to share their experiences and work towards creating communities of interest.
Session duration: 90 minutes
Assoc. Prof. Patricia Griffin
Patricia is an Associate Professor Criminal Justice Program at Holy Family University (Philadelphia). She received her doctorate in criminal justice at Temple University. Pat began her career in federal law enforcement with the United States Office of Organized Crime and Labor Racketeering. Prior to joining HFU, she held administrative appointments and lecturer positions at Saint Joseph’s University, Boston College, and Cabrini University.
Patricia’s research interests include mixed-methods program evaluation. She has examined opioid use in policing, resilience in policing, and regularly consults with problem solving courts to advance evidence-based outcomes. Most recently, Patricia served as the Senior International Research Consultant with the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime in East Africa.
Patricia is a Board member of GLEPHA and representative to the Intersectionality and Police and First Responder Health and Resilience SIGs. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, CJAC.