Lynne Mock, Ph.D.

Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) Research Manager

Lynne Mock, Ph.D., is the Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) Research Manager, providing quarterly management dashboards to the ARI Oversight Board and statistical analyses reports for ARI subcommittees. She is a researcher and evaluator in the areas of prison diversion and recidivism, specialty courts, probation, pre-trial, and violence prevention. Lynne has conducted evaluation and research projects with Illinois Family Violence Coordinating Councils, Adult Redeploy Illinois, the Pre-trial Commission, the Illinois Commission on Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform, and on bail reform efforts. In collaboration with ICJIA colleagues, Lynne maintains an ARI database containing information on participant demographics, criminal histories, program requirements and experiences, and outcomes within a variety of specialty court and prison diversion programs across Illinois. Lynne develops and delivers presentations, prepares articles and statistical reports for ICJIA publication, and collaborates with external program evaluators and researchers using ARI and other criminal justice datasets. Lynne earned a doctorate in clinical, social, and community psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago.