Providing nonpartisan policy analysis, consulting, and
research services to improve public safety throughout the nation.


  • Antonio Nesbitt

    Antonio Nesbitt

    Research Assistant

    Antonio Nesbitt began his criminal justice career in probation then gradually expanded into legal research and grassroots organizing. Antonio provides project and training support to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s Smart on Juvenile Justice Initiative which focuses on implementing comprehensive statewide juvenile justice reforms by embracing a community-based approach that limits out-of-home placement, promoting evidence-based practices, and maximizing cost savings and strategic reinvestment of the savings. Antonio is motivated by the opportunity to provide various criminal and juvenile justice stakeholders with the knowledge and training on evidence-based practices to better impact their clients and communities in which they work. Antonio holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Lasell College and a Master of Science in Justice, Law and Criminology from American University.

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