Lynne Napoleon

Judicial Program Analyst

Ms. Napoleon joined the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts in the Office of Children and Families in the Courts in February 2009 as a Judicial Programs Analyst. Her primary responsibility in this position is the provision of technical assistance to 20 counties in the western region of Pennsylvania. Her efforts guide counties in her territory toward the overall goal of enhancing court practices to improve the safety, permanency and well-being outcomes for children who are the subject of child dependency proceedings. Technical assistance includes providing counties with resources for the implementation of the Court Improvement Program's Permanency Practice Initiative and analyzing and synthesizing data from the judicial dependency data repository system. In addition, Ms. Napoleon is responsible for observing court proceedings and facilitating communication between Dependency Judges, Children and Youth Administrators and both local and regional Children's Roundtables.

Ms. Napoleon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science degree in Applied Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. She brings with her almost 20 years of experience working with children, families and professionals in the Child Welfare System.

Contact Info

Lynne Napoleon
Judicial Program Analyst
Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17120

(412) 303-2458

Fax: (717) 231-3304

lynne.napoleon@pacourts.us

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