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Gregory Hanna

Retired Captain

Captain Gregory Hanna, Jr. retired in 2020 from the Metro Transit Police Department in Washington, D.C. after 27 years of service. During his tenure with the department, he served in numerous leadership and command roles, which included leading the Honor Guard Unit, Commander of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team, Section Commander of the K-9 Unit, Precinct Commander, Commander of the Criminal Investigations Division, Watch Commander, and Commander of Internal Affairs. He was instrumental in the design and implementation of the agency’s internal investigation tracking and accountability system (IAPro and Blue Team). His strategies led to a comprehensive departmentwide early warning system to proactively identify emerging issues for early intervention. In 2016, he was instrumental in the development and implementation of the department’s first Summer Crime Initiative. The introduction of this program integrated weekly COMPSTAT crime strategies and the use of GIS technology to identify emerging crime patterns, crime hot spot mapping, resource allocation for crime reduction, and opportunities for community outreach events.

Tim Fasnacht

Corrections Leader

Tim Fasnacht is a corrections leader with over twenty years of experience in law enforcement. Tim served as a correctional sergeant and then as the Commander of the Washington State Corrections Officers Academy. He holds certifications as a FTO, master defensive tactics instructor, CERT instructor, Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) instructor, and firearms instructor.

Tim comes with an extensive background in training, use of force, tactical operations and correctional supervision. He brings a unique perspective serving the professionals working behind the walls. Tim is now the Director of ARC Tactical Development and serves as the Director of Training with Safe Restraints Inc.

Ian Edwards

Corrections Supervisor

Ian Edwards began his corrections career in a 1300 bed direct supervision county jail. He served as an FTO, Academy Instructor, Training Sergeant, and Assistant Commander of the Corrections Officers Academies. He now provides training nationally to the first responder and military community. Ian is a Blue Courage Master Trainer, HeartMath Trainer, Trauma Resource Institute Certified CRM Teacher, Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) National Trainer, and delivers training regularly for resiliency, crisis intervention and management, and law enforcement leadership.

Virginia Barber


Dr. Virginia Barber Rioja obtained her Ph.D in clinical forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York. Over the past 6 years, she has served as clinical director and co-chief of mental health for NYC Health + Hospitals/Correctional Health Services, which oversees mental health treatment in the NYC jail system, as well as all court ordered forensic evaluations throughout the NYC court system (fitness to proceed and pre-sentencing evaluations). She is currently the assistant chief of forensic & related mental health services for CHS. She is also an adjunct assistant professor in the Psychology Department of New York University where she teaches in the graduate program, and a clinical instructor at Columbia University, where she provides supervision to clinical psychology doctoral students. She has over 15 years of experience working in correctional and forensic contexts. She worked as an attending psychologist in the forensic inpatient unit of Bellevue Hospital Center, as the clinical director of several mental health courts, diversion, and reentry programs in NYC, and as a consultant for the juvenile correctional facilities in Puerto Rico.

Graham Goulden

Retired Officer

Graham Goulden is a retired Scottish police officer of 30 years’ service, including eight years in the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (VRU). With the VRU, he harnessed the power of the active bystander developing school-based programs to help reduce violence in Scotland. There he led the development of the Mentors In Violence Prevention (MVP) Program, a leadership program that utilizes a creative bystander approach to prevention.

Now in retirement, Graham runs his own leadership and training organization working within Universities, schools, workplaces, sports teams and in prisons. Despite being based in Scotland Graham is also one of the national trainers supporting US Law Enforcement deliver and embed the Active Bystander in Law Enforcement (ABLE) Program. A self confessed ‘Bystander Geek’ Graham believes in the power of the active bystander in reducing harm in society. He is a much sought-after speaker and trainer both nationally in the United Kingdom, as well as internationally.

Sarah Pringer


Sarah Pringer, M.S. is currently a doctoral student completing her degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Memphis. She is completing her doctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. During her masters training she gained experience providing mental health treatment at a state correctional facility in Indiana. During her doctoral training she completed a practicum at the Federal Correctional Institute in Memphis, Tennessee. Along with her experience working in mental health within correctional settings, she also did forensic work, conducting competency evaluations for Shelby County in Tennessee. Sarah has a passion for advocating for incarcerated individuals and those who have made a career in corrections. She has focused on research and writing to advocate for better understanding of both of these populations.

Mildred Johnson

Millie Johnson, DSL, has an extensive background in law enforcement as an officer,supervisor, instructor, and chaplain with the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. In addition to her experience in law enforcement, she has several years of experience in the field of corrections. Her credentials include more than 20 years of experience in a variety of positions in education, community development, community ministry and community outreach.

Millie is an ordained minister and serves as a worship leader and a member of the Executive Board at her church. She is a tenured professor of criminal justice at Geneva College and a part-time professor of criminal justice at Robert Morris University. Millie also serves as a national instructor with the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) program with Georgetown University. In her spare time, Millie enjoys working out, traveling and spending time with her family.