Bill Woodward

Bill Woodward is a faculty member at the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (2002-Present). Previously, he was a Senior Project Manager at Center for Effective Public Policy, where he managed the National Resource Center for Collaboration in the Criminal Justice System and managed Resource Sites for the Center for Sex Offender Management. Mr. Woodward served from 1984 to 1999 as Director of the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, where his accomplishments included development of state policy and legislation to improve victim’s rights, the consistent assessment and management of drug and alcohol abuse involved offenders, and standardized sex offender management. He developed safe sentencing alternatives, tripled community corrections placements with improved accountability, and increased drug interdiction across the state. Mr. Woodward staffed the State’s Criminal Justice Commission and the Governor’s Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council and initiated national research at the University of Colorado that identified the initial Blueprints for Crime Prevention and Violence Reduction. He also supported the Community Policing Institute for training law enforcement in Colorado as an instructor for the National Sheriff’s Institute, and has 12 years of law enforcement experience in positions ranging from officer to police captain.

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