The report provides a quantitative analysis of the differences in the career progression of officers based on gender, as well as the factors that explain these differences.
Aug 17, 2016
Gabriel Weinberger is an assistant policy analyst at RAND and a doctoral candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. His policy interests are in reforming the criminal justice system with a focus on the effects this would have on disadvantaged communities.
Prior to Pardee RAND, Weinberger worked at the Chapin Hall Center for Children where he served as a project associate performing research on policies aimed at children and families from low income communities. While at RAND, he has worked on projects related to education, drug policy, and crime. His academic background is concentrated on statistical analysis and economics; he has managed large administrative datasets and speaks fluent Spanish.
Weinberger graduated with a B.S. in economics management science from the University of California, San Diego, and later earned a master of public policy degree from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago.