Pamela K. Lattimore is Director of RTI’s Center for Justice, Safety, and Resilience, which focuses on improving understanding of crime and related problems, criminal justice systems, safety threats and responses, and prevention and intervention activities. Her research focuses on evaluating interventions; and investigating the causes and correlates of criminal behavior, including substance use and mental health. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Experimental Criminology, received the Peter P.
Zane Memeger served for nearly seven years as the United States attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. As US attorney, he led an office of 130 lawyers who investigated and prosecuted cases involving official corruption, government and financial fraud, violent crime, narcotics, and other federal offenses. His cases included numerous corruption cases involving judges, union bosses, police officers, and a sitting congressman. He will speak to the Penn community on prosecuting corruption.