Kaelyn Sanders

Kaelyn  Sanders
  • PhD Student
  • School of Criminal Justice
  • BA 2020, The Ohio State University


Curriculum Vitae




Kaelyn Sanders is a 3rd-year PhD student in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Her research primarily focuses on community supervision and reentry, and she often uses an intersectional approach to tie in aspects of race and gender in her work. Before attending MSU, Kaelyn attended The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Studies & Criminology and Sociology with a minor in Security and Intelligence. Her recent work has appeared in the Journal of Criminal Justice and Feminist Criminology.


"The Second Sentencing:" A Qualitative Exploration of Women Going Up for Parole

Year: 2022 Authors: Sanders, K. Journal: Feminist Criminology

Police dispatch times: The effects of neighborhood structural disadvantage

Year: 2022 Authors: LaBerge, A., Mason, M., & Sanders, K. Journal: Journal of Criminal Justice