Policing, police legitimacy, place-based criminology, social problems at crime hot spots, evidence-based crime policy, quantitative analysis
Kiseong Kuen is a doctoral student in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University. He serves as a Graduate Research Assistant in the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy (CEBCP). As a research assistant at the CEBCP, he has primarily been working for Dr. Weisburd on several research projects. Kiseong received his M.A. in Criminology in 2019 and B.A. in Police Science in 2018 with the highest distinction (summa cum laude) from Dongguk University in South Korea. His research interests include policing, police legitimacy, crime and place, social problems at crime hot spots, evidence-based crime policy, and quantitative analysis.
M.A. (Criminology), Dongguk University, South Korea, 2019.
B.A. (Police Science), Dongguk University, South Korea, 2018.