Strategic Sentencing Solutions, LLC
"...You can't really hate anyone if you know everything that happened to them between their birth and now;
why they became the way they became;
why they have walls up or down.
If you truly know someone, you'd get it."
- Emma Stone
Jenn Kamorowski is the founder of Strategic Sentencing Solutions, LLC. Her specific areas of interest include sentencing policy and sentencing reform, criminal justice system reform, and human rights. Her diverse interests, education and experience led her to create her business model for Strategic Sentencing Solutions, LLC. The mission of Strategic Sentencing Solutions is to challenge the negative narratives often formed about individuals accused of crimes and provide safe, humane sentencing alternatives to the courts that are based upon individual case review and supported by the most up-to-date social science research.
Jenn is a licensed attorney in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and licensed as a private investigator in Virginia. She is currently conducting research to earn a PhD in Legal Psychology in the Netherlands. Her primary area of research interest is risk assessment and risk assessment instruments. Jenn will also receive a master's degree in Criminology, Law and Society from George Mason University in June 2018.
In 1998, Jenn began her career in public service in rural Vermont and New Hampshire where she was an emergency medical technician for seven years. She enlisted in the United States Navy in 2000 and became a police officer in 2002. In 2006, after her first year of law school, she was deployed to the Middle East, returning nearly a year later to resume her law degree.
Jenn relocated to Virginia in 2011 and began work as a defense investigator on a capital case in 2012. In that position Jenn trained and worked with some of the foremost experts in capital litigation and mitigation, gaining experience and knowledge in human rights, U.S. and international laws and conventions, and the principles of humane justice.
Jenn has taught criminal constitutional law and public speaking at George Mason University. She is an active executive committee member of the National Alliance of Sentencing Advocates and Mitigation Specialists (NASAMS) and has given several workshops and presentations on issues related to sex offender risk assessment and the potential for bias in risk assessment.