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Today, the American Society of Criminology honored Jeremy Travis, LJAF’s Executive Vice President of Criminal Justice, with the Jerry Lee Lifetime Achievement Award. The award recognizes “a leader in the advancement of experimental methodology, experimental research, or the use of experimental methods in the advancement of evidence-based policy.” Jeremy joins a distinguished group of past recipients, including Joan Petersilia, Friedrich Losel, Lawrence Sherman, David Weisburd, and Denise Gottfredson.

Jeremy is a change agent in the field of criminal justice, striving to making systems and institutions work better for people by grounding them in evidence-based practice. We couldn’t be prouder of our colleague and are grateful to the American Society of Criminology for recognizing his work.