Troy Fuller has more than 17 years of
training, education and professional experience working with juveniles.
He has managed and directed projects in the juvenile justice field for
federal, state and county government, community-based agencies, juvenile
corrections, parole and probation, residential providers and the Oregon
Department of Education.
Troy is currently managing the Linn-Benton Detention
Facility. In 2006 he became a consultant for the United States
Justice / Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency
Prevention. He has provided training and technical assistance on Best
Practices in juvenile justice, Detention Intake and Assessment Centers
and Disproportionate Minority Contact.
Troy's experience includes program evaluation;
performance measurement, job task analysis; strategic planning; program
design and delivery; coaching; sustainability; group design; group/team
development; and training design and delivery.