ASEBP Staff

Heather Prince – Research Assistant


Heather Prince is currently a doctoral student in Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University. She earned her M.S. in Criminology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018, and her B.A. in Criminology from Albright College in 2017. She served as an intern for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Philadelphia in 2018, and has been with ASEBP since May 2019.
 

Olivia Rudisill – Marketing Director & Special Projects 


Olivia Rudisill has held numerous positions since joining ASEBP in August 2018. She is currently the Marketing Director, Membership Liaison, and Program Manager of ASEBP's new Applied Criminology and Data Management Course. Olivia does everything from managing our social media platforms to making sure members are getting the most out of their ASEBP membership. She has prior experience working for the Sacramento (CA) Police Department and is currently a Probation Officer for the Washington State Department of Corrections. Olivia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Washington State University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Legal Studies with a focus on Criminal Law.
 

Olivia Torres – Conference Manager 


Olivia Torres is a policing professional with the Sacramento Police Department. She has been the Conference Manager for ASEBP since 2018.She manages all aspects of the conference including the venue, the speakers, events during the conference, and everything in between. She is a Sacramento State University Alumni with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
 

Matthew Barter – Web Contributor 


Sergeant Matthew Barter has been with the Manchester (NH) Police Department for 11 years and is currently assigned to the patrol division. He was previously a Task Force Officer with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and a Crime Analyst with the Crime Analysis Unit. Sergeant Barter has implemented numerous evidence-based policing practices within the agency, to include a data-driven hotspot policing concept and violent crime reduction initiatives. Recently, Sergeant Barter worked to integrate National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) technology and gun crime intelligence into strategic planning processes with law enforcement partners. He holds a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and is interested in pursuing research regarding police patrol patterns as well as place-based crime. Sergeant Barter is a member of the 2018 NIJ and IACP LEADS Scholar program. In addition, he serves as a SWAT Officer and leads the Tactical Emergency Medical Support Unit.