PhD in Criminology, Law and Society

Daniel Pryce, 2014

Daniel Pryce

Dr. Daniel Pryce is an Assistant Professor at Old Dominion University. His primary research interests include policing, race, immigration, fear of crime and victimization, college internships, research methods


Prior to joining the faculty at ODU, Dr. Pryce taught at North Carolina Central University and worked as a Senior Research Associate at CSR, Inc. in Arlington, VA. While a doctoral student at Mason, Dr. Pryce taught two undergraduate courses as a graduate teaching assistant. He wrote his dissertation on procedural justice, legitimacy and cooperation with police, focusing on the attitudes of members of a community of Ghanaian immigrants. In his final year at Mason, Dr. Pryce received a Dissertation Completion Grant from the Office of the Provost.