Criminology, Law and Society
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

PhD Student Bios

Matthew Kenyon

Matthew Kenyon

Matthew Kenyon

Policing, procedural justice, victimology, performance measurement

Matthew Kenyon is the Performance Measurement Manager at the Office for Victims of Crime within the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.  Mr. Kenyon brings extensive expertise in performance measurement development and assessment.  He previously worked for CSR, Inc., where he managed a variety of data analysis and performance measure initiatives as a contractor for the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).  This included providing regular data analysis of five BJA grant programs and working as part of a team to revise BJA’s approach to performance measurement. This resulted in the revised performance measures for the Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) and other programs as well as a new reporting system. Before that, Mr. Kenyon worked as a Research Assistant at George Mason University’s Center for Justice Leadership and Management, where he conducted research as part of the National Police Research Platform.  He has also previously worked as an emergency dispatcher, police officer, and forensic technician. Mr. Kenyon holds an M.A. in Criminal Justice from Radford University and is a doctoral candidate in the Criminology, Law, and Society program at George Mason.

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