Becca Cadoff is a senior research and data associate with Data Analytics and Applied Research at the Center for Court Innovation. As the lead researcher in Bronx County, she provides research and data support to the Center's operating projects in the Bronx, and supervises other Bronx research staff; she also provides research support to the Crime Victim Assistance Unit of the Office of the District Attorney, Bronx County. Previously, she was also the site researcher for the Midtown Community Court, where she conducted a needs-assessment survey of costumed workers in Times Square, collaborated on regular data reporting for grant deliverables and operational decision-making, and helped develop multiple databases. Before joining the Center, she was the data and policy analyst at the New York Civil Liberties Union where she conducted research projects on statewide and citywide issues relating to criminal justice and racial disparities, including pretrial detention, solitary confinement in prisons, low-level misdemeanor and summons arrests, stop-and-frisk policing, school discipline practices, and racial segregation in public schools. Prior to her work with the NYCLU, she worked for the Reproductive Freedom Project at the American Civil Liberties Union, and prior to that at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. She holds a B.S. in Social Policy from Northwestern University, and an MPA in Health Policy Analysis from New York University. She is pursuing a PhD in Social Welfare at The Graduate Center, CUNY.