Criminal Justice Archive

Shana Maier, Widener University – Perceptions of the #MeToo Movement

On Widener University Week: Rape victim advocates often work behind the scenes of the #MeToo movement.

Mary Francis, Widener University – Addressing Gun Violence through Victim Perspectives

On Widener University Week: Each victim of gun violence has a story to tell. Mary Francis,

TaLisa Carter, American University – Correctional Officers

Corrections officers have a stressful job. TaLisa J. Carter, assistant professor at American University’s School of

Parisa Saboori, Manhattan College – Traumatic Brain Injuries

There is much to learn about traumatic brain injuries. Parisa Saboori, associate professor of mechanical engineering

Jillian Peterson, Hamline University – Mass Shooter Database

How do we reduce mass shootings? Jillian Peterson, assistant professor of criminal justice at Hamline University,

David Hureau, University at Albany – Battling the Underground Gun Market

On University at Albany Week: How do criminals get their guns? David Hureau, assistant professor in

Megan Kurlychek, University at Albany – Improving Responses to Juvenile Delinquency to Reduce Recidivism

On University at Albany Week:  Kids who are prosecuted as adults have a hard road ahead.

Jessica Henry, Montclair State University – Forensic Misconduct

Forensic sciences still has a fallibility – people. Jessica Henry, associate professor in the department of

Anne Roschelle, SUNY New Paltz – The Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

We’ve all heard about the fate of the children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Anne Roschelle, professor

Martha Hurley, University of Dayton – Elderly Inmates

On University of Dayton Week:  How should we care for elderly inmates? Martha Hurley, professor of