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Daniel Macallair, San Francisco State University

Daniel Macallair is CJCJ’s Executive Director and co-founder. His expertise is in the development and analysis of youth and adult correctional policy. He has implemented model community corrections programs and incarceration alternatives throughout the country and is an expert on criminal justice reform.

Daniel serves on the faculty of the Department of Criminal Justice Studies at San Francisco State University(SFSU) as a Practitioner-in-Residence. He teaches courses on adult and juvenile corrections policy, and is an author of numerous publications, including his book, After the Doors Were Locked: A History of Youth Corrections in California and the Origins of Twenty-First Century Reform. Daniel is also an invited speaker at conferences and seminars throughout the country.

For more information on Mr Macallair’s classes at SFSU, please visit his faculty page on their site.