Jennifer Zeunik is the Director of Local Programs for the National Policing Institute, where she provides leadership and oversight for the organization, as well as project and client management. She has extensive experience in public administration, law enforcement organizations and practices, non-profit management, government grants and contracts, community engagement and organizational leadership. She is responsible for NPI’s portfolio of state and local programs, including critical incident and after-action reviews, organizational assessments and studies, strategic planning, training and technical assistance and other organizational change services. Throughout her career, Ms. Zeunik has worked closely with a variety of stakeholder organizations in policing program and policy areas. She works with federal, state and local executives, public safety command staff and community to leverage evidence-based strategies that address critical contemporary policing issues. Her goal is to bring innovative strategies and process change to advance the health, safety and performance of law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Areas of Focus
- Non-profit project management
- Law enforcement operations
- After-action reviews