Baird Succeeds Krisberg As National Crime Council President


Christopher Baird has been named president of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, succeeding Barry Krisberg. Baird had been serving as executive vice president. Baird has directed the agency’s midwest office since 1985, working in juvenile justice, adult corrections, and child welfare.

Under Krisberg’s leadership, NCCD grew significantly, expanding to include the fields of child welfare, education, and adult protective services. Krisberg created the NCCD Center for Girls and Young Women and the Center on Culture, Immigration, and Youth Violence Prevention. He will continue his work with NCCD as a Distinguished Senior Fellow and will be affiliated with the University of California Berkeley law school (Boalt Hall.).

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