Corrections, translational research, prison violence, prisoner treatment, reentry programs, minority populations and prisoners' quality of life.
Crime analysis, crime mapping, predictive policing, spatial analysis, network analysis
Plea bargaining, Legal decision-making, Court procedures and processes
Political violence and terrorism; war crimes and aggression; international criminal law; national security, privacy and technology
Corrections, solitary confinement, prison culture, victimology, organizational culture, social inequalities, public policy, health and the criminal justice system
Community policing, police and mental health, police training and mental health, police training and autism spectrum disorders, intersection of law and psychology
Mental health and substance use disorders, victimization of vulnerable populations, human trafficking, police and prosecutorial decision-making
Mental Health and Criminal Justice System, Substance Abuse, Crime and Place and Quantitative Methods
Wrongful convictions, plea bargaining, and specialty courts.
Organizational Change, Corrections, Process Evaluations and Applied/Participatory Action Research
Crime and violence in Latin America and the Caribbean, International Development, Corrections, Re-entry.
Evaluating evidence-based crime interventions, crime and place, quantitative methods, and program evaluation
Evidence-Based Crime Policy, Crime and Place, Community Policing, Public Safety, Open Data, Web GIS, Crime Prevention
Crime and place, evidence-based crime interventions, guilty pleas, legal decision-making.
Juvenile delinquency, violent crime, school violence, domestic violence, crime and place, policing
Effectiveness of criminal investigative practices, Evidence-based policing, Translational Criminology, Wrongful convictions
Women in corrections, mental health disparities, and re-entry.
Evidence-based crime interventions, policing, crime and place, translational criminology
Juvenile delinquency, Legal decision making, Wrongful convictions, Serial offenses, Intersection of the law and psychology