On October 18, 2022 PCE hosted a Pop-Up on prosecutor crime analyst as an employee.Read More
Authors: Kristine Hamann, PCE and Gaelin Bernstein.
Read about the various essential tasks that a crime analyst can perform in a prosecutor office.
Authors: Kristine Hamann, PCE and KC Steckelberg, Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan
Read about strategies for working with the press including, ethical rules and guidelines, developing a communications strategy and special considerations for various aspects of a case.
Authors: PCE, New York County District Attorney’s Office, San Diego District Attorney’s Office, and Queens District Attorney’s Office
-What does bias look like?
-How can prosecutors reduce bias when working with their witnesses?
-How do you remove bias from your work?
Read our latest report to find ways that you can reduce bias and become a more empathetic prosecutor for victims, survivors, and witnesses.
On July 7, 2022 PCE hosted a second webinar on recruitment and retention for prosecutors.Read More
On May 12, 2022 PCE’s Pop-Up included conversations with senior prosecutors, new prosecutors and law school administrators on new interview ideas, building a supportive office culture and improving relationships with law schools.Read More
PCE’s recent report entitled “Prosecution Data – Where is it Now and Where is it Going?” is based on prosecutor surveys and interviews. It documents the uneven landscape of prosecution data due to inadequate case management systems, insufficient funding, and a lack of focus on data.Read More
On March 10, 2022, the PCE Pop-Up focused on Prosecutors Evolving Use of Community Advisory Boards.Read More
On February 3, 2022, the PCE Pop-Up focused on Data Dashboards. Here are the materials and videos of the presentations.Read More
Frederick J. Watts
11/28/1957 – 12/23/2021
Fred Watts, a member of PCE’s Board of Directors, died on December 23, 2021. Shortly before his death he retired as the Executive Director of the New York City Police Athletic League that serves 20,000 New York City youth. Prior to that he was the Executive Assistant District Attorney in Charge of Finance and Administration at the New York County District Attorney’s Office (Manhattan). Fred was highly respected as a prosecutor, community leader, friend and family man. He served PCE with his exceptional judgement, intelligence and decency. He is deeply missed. Obituary.
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