Dr. Adam Dobrin, an Associate Professor in FAUís School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, earned his Bachelorís degree from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and both his Masterís and Doctorate in Criminology from the University of Maryland. He recently presented his research at the Congressional Briefing on Juvenile Justice at the US Capitol. He is the Field Coordinator for the new Cochrane Justice Health Field of the Cochrane Collaboration, and is the Assistant Director of the new Cochrane Collaboration College for Policy at George Mason University. Dr. Dobrin was part of the Federal Initiative on Juvenile Justice Health that brought together the Office of the Surgeon General (OSG) and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), and is an inaugural member of the International Network for Justice Health (INJH). He also serves on the board of a non-profit, the Criminal Intelligence Network, a collaborative intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination center. In 2006, he was an Academic Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy. Part of his Fellowship involved overseas travel for an intensive immersion in the world of terrorism, and the ways the political, diplomatic, military, intelligence and criminal justice systems respond to or prevent it.