Danielle Parsons

Danielle Parsons, M.S.

Program Specialist, Operations and Finance

International Programs Division

Bio

Danielle Parsons is a Program Specialist for the National Police Foundation, where she works primarily on the Department of State sponsored project to assist Mexican Law Enforcement Agencies achieve CALEA accreditation. Previously, she has interned with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Parole Commission, which spurred her interest and pursuit of identifying problems in the criminal justice system and crafting solutions using evidence-based practices and policies.

Danielle received an M.S. in Criminal Justice from Florida International University, and a B.A. in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Michigan.

Key Projects

Accreditation of Mexican Law Enforcement Agencies, Emergency Communications Centers and Police Academies to International Standards

VALOR: Officer Safety and Wellness Research, Training, and Evaluation

Publications

Esserman, D., Meade, B., Robbins, T., & Parsons, D. (2019). Santa Fe New Mexico Police Department: Staffing needs assessment. Police Foundation. https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/437496/Item_13.pdf

Rojek, J., Grieco, J., Meade, B., Parsons, D. (2020). National survey on officer safety training: Findings and implications. National Police Foundation. https://www.policefoundation.org/publication/national-survey-on-officer-safety-training-findings-and-implications/

Areas of Focus

  • Grant management
  • Offender re-entry

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