Christian Kervick, NCJA Vice President
Christian Kervick is the Executive Director of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council,where he has spent nearly 20 years. In this position his duties include the development, implementation and administration of all criminal justice grant funds and programs in the state of Delaware, totaling approximately $30 million in various federal block grant areas. Under the past two administrations, Kervick served as the Deputy Director of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council and implemented tens of millions of dollars of criminal justice programming in the fields of juvenile justice, law enforcement, corrections, victim’s services and re-entry. In 2009, he implemented the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act grant program statewide as well as oversaw the daily operations of the agency. He has authored several publications on youth violence, crime and delinquency, and specialty courts.
Kervick has bachelors degree in political science (St. Francis College) and criminal justice (University of Delaware), and a Masters degree in criminology from St. Josephs University in Philadelphia. Mr. Kervick is also an Adjunct Professor in the Criminal Justice and Social Science Department at Wilmington University.