Eiryn Renouard

Eiryn Renouard

Research Assistant

National Programs Division

Bio

Eiryn Renouard is a Research Assistant and Project Coordinator at the National Police Foundation (NPF). She primarily supports CompStat360 and Crime Gun Intelligence Centers (CGIC), as well as provides support to a variety of other projects. Before coming to NPF, she worked on a number of projects for other nonprofit organizations in Spokane, WA, including a survey assessing nonprofits’ data communication needs and a research piece on behavioral health and resources in the Inland Northwest.

Ms. Renouard received her B.A. in Sociology, Writing, and Economics at Gonzaga University in 2019. Her research, both in the past and at NPF, has focused on community wellbeing, social interactions, and relationships between the community and the police.

Key Projects

  • CompStat 360 Training & Technical Assistance Center
  • BJA National Resource and Technical Assistance Center for Improving Law Enforcement Investigations
  • Everytown Ghost Guns

Areas of Focus

  • Data coding & analysis
  • Consultant management
  • Interviewing
  • Logistics & planning

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