Photo Name Summary City State
Executive Director Joe Allbaugh

Joe Allbaugh leads the Oklahoma Department of Corrections as its executive director and oversees the management, maintenance, and security of 39 correctional institutions across the state. As director,  he is an advocate for parole and probation reform efforts, alternatives to incarceration, overcriminalization, and sentencing reform.

Inge Fryklund, Prosecutor (Fmr.)

Inge Fryklund was a prosecutor in Chicago where she served as Supervisor of the Criminal Appeals Division in the Office of the Cook County State‘s Attorney. In this capacity, she was in charge of all criminal appeals. More recently, she spent almost five years in Afghanistan, working with the legal system and advising national, provincial, […]

Officer Madeline Martinez (Fmr.)

Madeline Martinez spent nine years working for the California Department of Corrections. She served as a correctional peace officer at the California Institution for Women (CIW), a female-only state prison in Chino, CA.

Deputy Sheriff Paul Steigleder (Ret.)

  Paul Steigleder’s law enforcement career spanned three decades, including 2 years as a police officer in Sitka, Alaska, and 28 years at the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, holding the rank of sergeant and lieutenant. He worked on anti-drug education in schools and oversaw hundreds of drug—related search warrants and small-time drug arrests.

Officer Shelley Fox-Loken (Ret.)

Shelley Fox-Loken served as a corrections officer at Oregon State Penitentiary for four years. She also spent eleven years working as a state parole and probation officer in Oregon.

Judge Judith Matarazzo

Judge Judith Matarazzo began her legal career in 1985 and worked in private practice where she specialized in personal injury law for 21 years. In 2006, she was elected to the Multnomah County Circuit Court and later re-elected in 2018.

Sean Dunagan, Intelligence Research Specialist (Fmr.)

From 1998 to 2011, Sean Dunagan served as an intelligence research specialist for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Over the course of his career with the DEA, he participated in dozens of federal drug investigations in the U.S., Mexico, and Guatemala.    

Daniel-Paul Alva, Assistant District Attorney (Fmr.)

After Daniel-Paul Alva graduated from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 1972, he became an Assistant District Attorney in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. There he was assigned to the Narcotics Unit, and for over a year, he followed the path of drug prosecution cases from investigation through trial.  

Patrick Nightingale, Prosecutor (Fmr.)

Patrick Nightingale is a former prosecutor and practicing criminal defense attorney in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Patrick spent six years with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office and was one of the founding members of the Domestic Violence Unit.    

Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel (Ret.)

Kevin Bethel began his law enforcement career as a patrol officer with the Philadelphia Police Department in 1986. Over the course of his 39-year career, Bethel served with the Patrol Bureau, Special Investigative Bureau, Narcotics Strike Force, Narcotics Field Unit, Narcotics Intelligence Investigative Unit, Internal Affairs Division, and was the Commanding Officer of the 17th […]