|2014 - Present||Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago ‐ Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology|
|2013 - 2014||Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University ‐ Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice|
- The Criminal Justice System (CJC 101)
- Theories of Criminal Behavior (CJC 201)
- Juvenile Justice System (CJC 302)
- Gangs (CJC 352)
- Victimology (CJC 371)
- Theories of Criminal Behavior (CJC 402) [Graduate]
|2014||PhD in Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Missouri-St. Louis|
|2008||M.S. in Criminal Justice, Bowling Green State University|
|2007||B.S. in Criminal Justice, Bowling Green State University|
Research Works (8)
Contribution to Book
Youth Gangs: An Overview of Key Findings and Directions for ...
Criminal Justice & Criminology: Faculty Publications & Other Works (2014)
Youth gangs have received considerable attention for many decades. Undoubtedly, their disproportionate involvement in violence is one main reason for ...
“Messin’ With Drugs…You Could Lose Your Life”: the Effect ...
Men’s Drug Use and Re-Entry Challenges in St. Louis: The Role and Impact of the Gateway Foundation (2010)
Decades of research have helped to identify that victims and offenders are not opposing parts of the crime equation (Esbensen ...