Dora B. Schriro, who was named Monday as the first woman to oversee the Connecticut State Police and other state public-safety functions, has a national profile as the New York City correction ...
DORA B. SCHRIRO is the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction. Commissioner Schriro served previously as Special Advisor to DHS Secretary Napolitano and was the first Director of the Office of Detention Policy and Planning within Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Dora B. Schriro, the correction commissioner, tends her garden at this time of year, devours the Sunday newspapers and keeps her BlackBerry close by for any news from Rikers.
Ms. Dora B. Schriro serves as a Member of the Board of Visitors at University of Massachusetts, Boston (UMass Boston). The information and data displayed in this profile are created and managed by ...
Dora B. Schriro, a respected lawyer who has spent most of her career running prisons in New York City, Arizona and Missouri and who has never served as a police officer, was named Monday as state ...
September 9, 2009. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today appointed Dr. Dora B. Schriro as Commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction.Dr. Schriro served as Director of the Office of Detention Policy and Planning for the Department of Homeland Security, where she led an overhaul of the nation’s immigration detention system.
The expert, Dora B. Schriro, did not return calls for comment, and the Homeland Security officials who confirmed her departure were not authorized to speak for attribution. But an administration ...
Dora Schriro speaks to the media after being introduced as the new commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection by Gov.r Dannel Malloy in January.
Dora Schriro, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's public safety commissioner, has been criticized over violence at the Rikers Island prison complex in New York City, as documented in a recent U.S. Justice ...
Schriro v. Summerlin , 542 U.S. 348 (2004),  was a case in which the United States Supreme Court held that a requirement that a different Supreme Court decision requiring the jury rather than the judge to find aggravating factors would not be applied retroactively.