ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 3: Bureau of Justice Statistics: Survey of Law Enforcement in Public Schools (SLEPS)
Bureau of Justice Statistics: Survey of Law Enforcement in Public Schools (SLEPS), Kevin Scott and Elizabeth Davis
Dr. Scott is the Chief of the Law Enforcement Statistics Unit at the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). In that role, he supervises surveys of law enforcement agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, of medical examiners’ and coroners’ offices, and of forensic crime laboratories. Prior to his time at BJS, Dr. Scott served as the Director of the Policy Analysis Unit in the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Policy and as an analyst for the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. His academic research focuses on the federal judicial system. He received his doctorate in Political Science from Ohio State University
Elizabeth Davis is a Statistician in the Law Enforcement Statistics Unit at the Bureau of Justice Statistics. She works on a variety of projects, including the Survey of Law Enforcement Personnel in Schools, the Survey of Campus Law Enforcement Agencies, the Police-Public Contact Survey, and the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics survey. She has a Bachelor's in Criminology and International Studies from The Ohio State University and a Master's in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.