ATLANTA – Vienna Thompkins, a policy and data specialist at the Crime and Justice Institute, will join an expert panel on data science and its expanding use in law, non-profit work, and criminal justice later this month in Atlanta.

Thompkins, whose work at CJI focuses on pretrial and juvenile justice systems, will participate in the Legal Analytics Forum presented by Data Science Connect on April 25 at the Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta.

Thompkins will offer insight into the use of data in the criminal justice sphere and how policy-focused non-profit organizations can partner with criminal justice agencies to bridge technological and analytical gaps.

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