Dr. Todd Warner received his Ph.D. in Community Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2015. Prior to joining the EPS department Dr. Warner served as the Research Director for the Misdemeanor Justice Project (MJP) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Dr. Warner’s research examines a wide range of topics in forensic psychology that promote social justice and improve community well-being. Dr. Warner has worked closely with many community-based organizations, criminal justice agencies, and policy makers to inform public policy and systematically evaluate legal trends using data-driven approaches. Specific areas of study include the policing of low-level offenses, factors related to racial disparities the legal system, interrogation training and practices by police, and the formulation of juvenile justice policies, particularly as it relates to issues of legal culpability. He also holds a Master’s of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Ball State University where he completed a one-year internship at Richmond State Hospital and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Kansas.
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