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Clifford Courvoisier

Clifford Courvoisier is a student at Yale Law School, where he is an active member of the Policing, Law, and Policy Clinic, working in collaboration with The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center. His work has primarily focused on the research, and development of the Expanding First Response toolkit, meant to advise jurisdictions and organizations on the design and implementation of community responder programs. Clifford received his associate degree in biology from New Mexico State University – Alamogordo, and his bachelor’s degree in cognitive neuroscience and evolutionary psychology from Harvard University in May 2020.

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