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Daniel J. O'Connell (Ph.D. in Criminology, University of Delaware, 2004) is a Scientist with the Center and Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware, where he teaches Criminology. His research specialties are research design and methodologies, intervention development and project management. He is currently Principle Investigator of a Robert Wood Johnson Project aimed at improving access to health care among the Delaware Probationer population. His other projects center around improving evidence based practices in Corrections and Law Enforcement. His publications include articles on drug treatment, prison management, HIV prevention interventions, program evaluation and criminologcal theory. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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