Lucie Parker is an Associate Director, Data and Analytics for the Crime Lab and Education Lab. In this role, Lucie works on policy and program evaluations and capacity building across several research areas, including criminal justice reform and personalized learning. Lucie also supports the Crime Lab in managing the data team and building our infrastructure for data analytics work.
Prior to coming to the Labs, Lucie worked for The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution. She also worked with the Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development, and Evaluation as an undergraduate. Lucie holds a BS in Economics and Mathematics from Georgetown University.
Reducing Crime Through Environmental Design: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment of Street Lighting in New York City
Academic paper featuring evidence from a randomized experiment of street lighting in New York City.
New York State Gun Violence Reduction Program
In partnership with New York State criminal justice agencies and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the Crime Lab is evaluating the impact of “reentry forums” on recidivism rates across the state of New York.