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Terry Schuster

Manager, Public Safety Performance Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts

About Terry Schuster

Terry Schuster is a manager with Pew’s public safety performance project, leading technical assistance and research initiatives on jails and pretrial justice issues. He is an expert on evidence-based pretrial, sentencing, and community supervision practices, and has provided technical assistance on criminal justice reform campaigns in Utah, Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Michigan. Before working at Pew, Schuster was a member of a court-appointed monitoring team in a federal lawsuit on juvenile conditions of confinement in Ohio. He also served as an attorney at the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, and as a law clerk in several jurisdictions. Schuster holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Duke University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law,