Graduate students to present at ASC Annual Meeting in Philadelphia

The MSU School of Criminal Justice will be well represented at the 2017 American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 15-18 in Philadelphia, PA.

Alongside leading scholars in the field of criminology and criminal justice, more than 20 students will attend and present their research on a wide variety of topics that include cyber crime, police legitimacy, terrorism, product counterfeiting, victimization, aggression & delinquency, and community reintegration.

We are very proud of all our students and faculty attending and presenting at ASC!

Elizabeth Adams – Understanding Female Offender’s Child-Centered Motivations and Behaviors in Relation to Neighborhood Crime

Kylei Brown – Intimate Partner Homicide Offenders and Victims: Histories of Justice System Involvement

James Carr – Civilian Assessments of Risk and Vulnerability to Police

Yi Ting Chua – Understanding Changes in Beliefs among Members in Online Extremist Web Forums

Gio Circo – Exploring the Spatial Distribution of Shooting Incidents

Alison Cox – Managing Barriers to Visitation: A Mixed-Methods Examination of Family Members of Prisoners

Kathleen Darcy – Staff Sexual Misconduct of Women on Parole: A Call for Trauma-Informed Practices and Policies

Greg Drake – Evaluating the Effects of the Blue Courage Police Training Program

Christine Kwiatkowski – Intimate Partner Homicide Offenders and Victims: Histories of Justice System Involvement

Jin Ree Lee – An Examination of Sexting and Nonconsensual Pornography Involvement Through Perception Analysis

Carrie Li – Fear of Crime and Victimization

Rebecca Malinski – Routine Activities Theory and Cyberbullying

Michelle Malkin – Transgender Prison Housing Policies: State by State Compliance with PREA

Mikaela Wallin – Judicial Decision-Making and Firearm Removal on Civil Domestic Violence Protection Orders