Christine Johnson is a Project Associate at the National Policing Institute, providing project management support to the VALOR officer safety and wellness project, which currently delivers training and technical assistance to three pilot sites, as selected by NPI and the Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). Through this project, Christine was integral in NPI’s publishing of the guidebook “Staying Healthy in the Fray: The Impact of Crowd Control Management on Officers in the Context of Civil Unrest.” In other work with NPI, Christine has contributed to after action reviews, traffic-stop studies, and organizational assessments.
Prior to joining NPI, Christine served as the Strategic Analysis Specialist for the District of Columbia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). In this role, she was responsible for facilitating data sharing agreements for access to DC’s designated Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS), and she assisted in projects which developed more efficient data feed mechanisms among the District’s criminal justice agencies. She also aided in the management of federally-funded initiatives which established information sharing infrastructure between the District of Columbia and the FBI. Finally, Christine guided the agency’s effort to organize and update the JUSTIS System Security and Privacy Plan to remain in compliance with federal information security standards (FISMA).
Previously, Christine was a Special Investigator with Keypoint Government Solutions and served at a national nonprofit, the aim of which was to provide executive leadership training to Latina women across the country. Christine graduated from the Catholic University of America in 2011 with a bachelor’s in Spanish for International Services, and a minor in Latin American Studies; she is fluent in Spanish. In 2014, Christine received her master’s in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Behavioral Analysis from the University of Cincinnati.
Areas of Focus
- Project management support for officer safety and wellness programs
- Review and analysis of law enforcement resources
- Interviewing and focus groups
- After action reviews of mass demonstrations
- Proposal development for federal and non-federal funding
- Criminal justice information sharing systems