The Justice Center has added three new members. Alan McKelvie will serve as the director of the Center’s statistical analysis unit. He holds degrees in experimental psychology and has worked as a research and systems analyst and data manager for over twenty years, most recently with the Alaska Judicial Council and the Alaska Sentencing Commission. At the Judicial Council he designed and implemented the case management system for the Alaska Court of Appeals.
Bradley Myrstol, a doctoral candidate in criminal justice at Indiana University, has joined the Center as a research associate. His areas of research have included the social organization of criminal justice, with a particular focus on the organization of policing and the problems of crime, justice and law in rural environments.
Marie Brunner has assumed the position of office manager with the Center. She has over twenty-five years of experience in the accounting field and previously served the university in the Division of Grants and Contracts.