Reichelt

Jason D.
Reichelt
Senior Adviser, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Jason D. Reichelt is currently a Senior Adviser, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, in the New York Office of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime. He previously worked in the UNODC Corruption and Economic Crime Branch in Vienna, and specializes in the development, implementation and evaluation of programs and projects in the area of anti-corruption. In that capacity, he provided technical assistance to states in their implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, particularly in the Middle East and Northern Africa. In addition to technical assistance, he also coordinated policy development in the area of anti-corruption and judicial integrity, including the review and analysis of emerging issues and trends, and the compilation of good practices in corruption prevention and enforcement.

Previously, Mr. Reichelt served as a Judicial Affairs Officer in the Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service (CLJAS) of the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI) of DPKO in New York. He worked as an advisor on issues relating to the establishment and capacity building of the justice sector in peace operations, and was responsible for the formulation of strategies and best practices for justice sector programs as part of a comprehensive rule of law and human rights approach to justice mechanisms in conflict and post-conflict environments. He advised peace operations in Liberia and Haiti, and monitored the justice sector in Gaza. Following the earthquake of 12 January 2010, Mr. Reichelt served as the manager for the CLJAS Haiti Disaster Recovery Cell (formerly the Haiti Crisis Cell) in DPKO.

Before CLJAS, Mr. Reichelt served in the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands. He also has field experience in Tbilisi, Georgia from 2004-2005, providing technical guidance and support to the Ministry of Justice, the General Prosecutor's Office, and the defense bar, as well as in the revision of the Criminal Procedure Code of Georgia. In addition to his overseas assignments, Mr. Reichelt has served as a Trial Attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, a state criminal prosecutor, and a law clerk for a federal judge in the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. As a state prosecutor, Mr. Reichelt was a co-founder of the state’s first court dedicated to crimes of domestic violence, and developed and implemented training programs to combat gender-based violence and enhance victim protection.

In addition to his overseas assignments, Mr. Reichelt has served as a Trial Attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, a state criminal prosecutor, and a law clerk for a federal judge in the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  As a state prosecutor, Mr. Reichelt was a co-founder of the state’s first court dedicated to crimes of domestic violence, and developed and implemented training programmes to combat gender-based violence and enhance victim protection.

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