Criminology, Law and Society
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Matthew D'Anna

Matthew D'Anna

Matthew D'Anna

Crime analysis, crime mapping, predictive policing, spatial analysis, network analysis

Matthew D'Anna is a doctoral student and undergraduate instructor in the Criminology, Law and Society Department. He has worked in the private sector since 2009 supporting federal government clients on homeland security and national defense. Previously, he was a crime analyst in Tempe, Arizona and an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University, in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Current Research

Predicting U.S. mass shootings (dissertation)

Courses Taught

Arizona State University

CRJ 294: Crime Analysis

CRJ 494: Crime Analysis

CRJ 598: Crime Analysis

George Mason University

CRIM 320: Crime and Place

CRIM 490: Crime Analysis

Education

Ph.D. student Criminology, Law and Society, George Mason University

M.A. Criminology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York

M.A.S. Geographic Information Science, Arizona State University

B.S. Justice Studies, Arizona State University

B.S. Political Science, Arizona State University