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Chris Williams

Site Recruitment and Assessment Lead, RTI

Chris Williams

Chris Williams is public health analyst in the Center for Public Safety and Resilience. Mr. Williams has significant experience leading training and technical assistance tasks for agencies managing response to sexual assault and other violent crimes. With an academic background in biological sciences and forensics, he is skilled in large-scale data collection and has laboratory experience processing research-based DNA samples.

Mr. Williams directs the coordination, development, and dissemination of a many practitioner-based resources, including webinars, resource briefs, virtual panels, podcasts, and in-person site visits. Additionally, on the?Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Training and Technical Assistance (SAKI TTA)?project and the?National Case Closed Project, Mr. Williams assists agencies across the country meet their goals and objectives, implement multi-disciplinary best practices, and form sustainable models for criminal justice response reform. He also has played a pivotal role in survey finalization, dissemination, and data collection efforts of the National Institute of Justice-funded?Digital Evidence Processing Efficiencies in Publicly Funded Crime Laboratories?project.

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