Jason is the founder and director of Justice Codes and the criminal justice technology consultant at the Research and Evaluation Center at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law Center where he teaches a practicum on criminal justice technology, policy, and law. Before founding Justice Codes, Jason worked as a juvenile justice policy director in Maryland, as a Fulbright Fellow researching juvenile diversion in Kosovo, and as a criminal justice and rule of law expert at the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime and American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative. Originally from Alaska, Jason now resides in Baltimore, Maryland. He has a JD from the University of Oregon and a BA from Linfield College.
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