Public Papers - 1990 - August
Nomination of Charles B. DeWitt To Be Director of the National Institute of Justice
The President has nominated Charles B. DeWitt, of the District of Columbia, to be Director of the National Institute of Justice, Department of Justice. He would succeed James K. Stewart.
Currently Mr. DeWitt serves as an independent consultant for the Department of Justice and as a research fellow for the National Institute of Justice for the Department of Justice in Washington, DC. Prior to this he served as director of the justice division for Santa Clara County, CA, 1978 - 1984; program manager in the office of the county executive in Santa Clara County, CA, 1978; criminal justice specialist for the criminal justice planning board in Santa Clara County, CA, 1974 - 1978; staff analyst for community development study at Stanford University, 1970 - 1972; and deputy sheriff in the office of the sheriff in Santa Clara County, CA, 1971 - 1974.
Mr. DeWitt graduated from Stanford University (B.A., 1972). He was born March 13, 1950, in Los Angeles, CA. Mr. DeWitt served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1968 - 1971. He is married and resides in Washington, DC.