Brittney Davis

Brittney Davis

Project Coordinator, Center for Behavioral Health and Justice

Brittney Davis


Brittney joined the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice in 2024 with a wealth of knowledge in several areas in the criminal legal system. During her undergraduate studies at Michigan State University, she interned with juvenile probation in Ingham County. She started her career as a youth worker in Eaton County Juvenile Center and Turning Point Youth Center. Brittney continued her career at Macomb County Community Corrections as their Resource Coordinator Diversion Clinician, assisting individuals with release to substance use treatment from jail and communicating with courts across the state to monitor treatment compliance. She assessed and helped in the release of individuals who were not appropriate for incarceration. Brittney later moved on to the Michigan Department of Corrections where she was a probation agent for three years in Macomb County monitoring a specific caseload after one year. Always having a passion for wanting to aid in changing the criminal justice system from the inside out, she set out to move to another side of the justice system as a researcher with the CBHJ.


Brittney works as a Project Coordinator for the Jail Diversion Initiative. She serves as a liaison within counties across Michigan, navigating relationships between systems and county partners - including community mental health, county jail, probation/parole, courts, peer supports, and first responders - as well as data collection, and ongoing collaboration and coordination.

Degrees and Certifications

  •  B.A., Criminal Justice – Michigan State University


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