(Boise, ID) – Right On Crime, a national criminal justice campaign of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, welcomes Jean M. Fisher as its new State Director of Idaho.  Fisher, a long-standing Idaho resident, will be advancing ROC’s footprint and presence on issues of conservative criminal justice initiatives. 

Fisher’s distinguished career includes 32 years in the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office as Chief Deputy of the Special Crimes Unit.  She also served as Chief Operating Officer of the Faces of Hope Victim Center in Boise. Fisher has written standing protocols on child abuse investigations and has testified on a number of criminal justice issues before the Idaho State Legislature.    

“As the Second Regular Session of the 67th Idaho Legislature convenes next week, I look forward to working with lawmakers, partners, and thought-leaders on criminal justice policy in our great state,” said Jean M. Fisher, Idaho State Director of Right On Crime. “For decades, I’ve championed victim advocacy and offender accountability to improve the safety of Idaho communities, and I look forward to continuing those efforts with Right On Crime.”

“Jean is an experienced litigator and a dynamic addition to our Right On Crime team,” said Brett Tolman, Right On Crime Executive Director and former U.S. Attorney.  “I have every confidence in her abilities to help educate and advocate for data-driven criminal justice efforts to improve public safety in Idaho and across the nation.” 

Right On Crime is a national campaign of the Texas Public Policy Foundation supporting conservative solutions for reducing crime, restoring victims, reforming offenders, and lowering taxpayer costs. The movement was born in Texas in 2007 and has led the way in implementing conservative criminal justice initiatives across the nation. For more information, visit our website at www.RightOnCrime.com