Meet The Team

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Peter G. DUNN

Education

  • University of Arizona
  • BA, History (1964)
  • JD, Law (1967)

Professional Activities

  • Sole Practitioner
  • Of Counsel – Jones, Skelton,
    and Hochuli
  • Legislative Counsel, Arizona
    Judges Association
  • Executive Director, Justice
    For All

Business Activities

  • Chairman and Majority Owner –
    Western Pacific Storage Solutions
  • Board of Directors – XL Renewables
    and Phyco BioSystems
  • Partner, Advanced Correctional
    Management

Professional Organizations

  • Former Member, Board of
    Governors, Arizona State Bar
  • Board and Executive Member,
    Justice at Stake Campaign
  • Member, Arizona Judicial
    Code Review

Political Activities

  • Chairman, Judiciary Committee
    (1981-1983)
  • Chairman, Ways and Means Committee,
    Arizona House of Representatives
  • Candidate – U. S. Senate Arizona
    (1982)
  • Candidate, Mayor of Phoenix,
    Arizona (1983)

Publications

  • Supplements to Udall,
    Arizona Laws of Evidence
Terry L. STEWART

Education

  • Arizona State University
  • BS, Business (1972)
  • MBA, Management (1975)

Professional Activities

  • Court Administrator, Maricopa
    County Justice Courts
  • Director, Arizona Department
    of Corrections
  • Deputy Director, Arizona
    Motor Vehicle Division
  • Police Major, City of Tempe
    Police Department

Business Activities

  • Partner, Advanced Correctional
    Management
  • Prison Consultant, SAIC,
    Iraq (2003)
  • Prison Consultant, Civilian
    Police International, Haiti (2004)

Professional Organizations

  • Vice President, American Correctional
    Association (2002-2004)
  • Chairman, Arizona Criminal Justice
    Commission (2001-2002)
  • Member, Arizona Peace Officer Standards
    and Training Board (1995-2002)

Publications

  • “The marketing concept in law
    enforcement agencies,”
    Journal of Police Science
    and Administration (1980)
  • “Technology and Security – Opportunities
    and Challenges,” Corrections
    Today (2000)
  • “Staff Safety by Design,” Corrections
    Today (2000)
  • “How About a National Staff
    Safety Web Site?”
    Corrections Today (2002)
  • “Some Questions Regarding Staff
    Safety for the Corrections
    Profession, Corrections Today (2005)