Madeline Warren has over seven years of experience in criminal justice as a practitioner at the county and state levels working with offenders in the fields of corrections, prisoner reentry, and pretrial services. Madeline leads implementation of legislatively-mandated criminal justice reforms as a part of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative. Her research and publications focus on effective pretrial interventions, risk assessments, and victimization trends among minority populations. Madeline is committed to assisting criminal justice agencies to utilize evidence based practices to maximize limited resources and public safety while creating an environment for change for offenders. Madeline holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Colorado – Boulder and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology from the University of Missouri – Kansas City.