Through a cooperative agreement between BJA and Impact Justice

List of Certified Auditors

Additional names will be listed as pending certifications are finalized.

Auditors submitted the bio information found below. The National PREA Resource Center posted only those bios from certified auditors who consented and made only minor spelling, punctuation, and grammar changes.  

If your facility or agency is seeking a DOJ-certified PREA auditor to conduct an audit, you may browse the list below to find an auditor to contact. If you are interested in forwarding a PREA audit request for proposal (RFP) to all certified auditors, the PRC will distribute the document to all certified auditors. To utilize this service, please submit a Contact Us form here.

Please note, the PRC will only distribute material related to requests for bids to conduct audits. We will not contact all auditors or groups of auditors for any other reason.

Certified Auditors

Brandy
Baptiste
Austin, TX
Date Certified
Certification
Juvenile Facilities

Brandy is the manager of Accreditation and Compliance for Travis County Juvenile Probation Department in Austin, Texas. She is the department’s designated PREA coordinator, lead investigator and policy coordinator. Brandy has 20 years of experience in the juvenile justice field and has served in various capacities, including juvenile detention officer, training and education coordinator, administrative supervisor, and compliance officer.

Dawn
Barber
Newport News, VA
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities
Juvenile Facilities

Dawn is currently the director of the Newport News Department of Juvenile Services, a 110-bed secure residential facility in Virginia. She accepted the position of director in 2011 following her retirement from the CALEA Accredited Newport News Police Department after 25 years of service. She also serves as a lieutenant commander, naval intelligence officer, in the US Navy Reserve.

Tammy
Barbetto
Oakwood, VA
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities

Tammy is currently an institutional operations manager and Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) compliance manager at a maximum security, adult male institution in the Virginia Department of Corrections. She has also held the position of institutional ombudsman. Prior to Tammy’s career with the Virginia Department of Corrections, she was employed as a paralegal.

Date Recertified
John
Barkley
Columbia, SC
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities

John is currently the PREA coordinator for the South Carolina Department of Corrections and was hired as the first PREA Coordinator for the department in August 2012. He has been with the Agency since 1994. Previously, he was an associate warden at a maximum security prison, and prior to that post, he was the South Carolina Department of Corrections public information officer. In 2015 John was selected by DOJ as one of 48 Auditors to participate in the Field Training Audit Program where a mock audit was completed and the auditors work was critiqued.

Date Recertified
Lynette
Barnes
Sheridan, WY
Date Certified
Certification
Juvenile Facilities

Lynette is the Facility Operations Manager for the Wyoming Girls School, a state-operated residential facility for adjudicated delinquent juvenile females. She began her career at the Wyoming Girls School as a case manager and was promoted to the Facility Operations Manager. She has been working in this capacity for 12 years. Lynette has a master’s degree in education, a bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice and was previously an educator in the local school district.  

Date Recertified
Adam
Barnett, Sr.
Augusta, GA
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities
Juvenile Facilities

Adam is currently the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice PREA program coordinator. He prepares, develops, implements, and oversees the agency’s PREA standards in all of its facilities and contract programs. He also oversees organizational studies, audits and assessments, training, and policies to ensure the agency is in compliance with PREA standards. He has 19 years of experience in state government with correctional facilities and programs.

Date Recertified
Kyle
Barrington
College Station, TX
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities
Juvenile Facilities

Kyle is currently a principal investigator with Zajonc Corporation, where he is responsible for conducting audits, key informant interviews, and fidelity assessments for agencies and organizations. In this capacity, Kyle has developed PREA-specific policies, procedures, and compliance tools. Prior to this position, Kyle worked in community confinement facilities and in juvenile probation facilities. 

Date Recertified
Ross
Bartley
Tucson, AZ
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities

Ross retired from the Seattle Police Department in 2018 after 31 years of service. At the time of his retirement he had supervised the departments Audit and Inspections Detail for nine years. During that time, his work included serving as the departments accreditation manager, and for the final three years as the acting commander of the Audit, Policy and Research Section. Other assignments during his career included work as a sergeant in the Patrol Bureau and Training Section, and as a detective in the Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit. Assigned investigations as a detective included criminal investigations of incidents at the county jail.

Alton
Baskerville
Midlothian, VA
Date Certified
Certification
Adult Facilities

Alton is a retired warden of 32 years with a total of thirty-nine years with the Virginia Department of Corrections. He has directed a consulting business for three years and currently serves as president of the Virginia Correctional Association, which is a dual chapter of the American Correctional Association (ACA).

Date Recertified
Matt
Bauer
Hastings, MN
Date Certified
Certification
Juvenile Facilities

Matt is currently a supervisor in community corrections for Dakota County, Minnesota. He has been with the county for 19 years, all within juvenile corrections. Matt has 15 years of experience supervising a variety of juvenile programs. This supervisory experience includes: secure detention, secure correctional treatment programs, day treatment, field probation services, juvenile drug court, and three years’ experience as the president of the Minnesota Juvenile Detention Association.