Ep. 98 All Things Postdoctoral Fellowships with Chloe Haimson and Stephen Oliphant
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
1w ago
This week, as part of our grad life series, we spoke with Chloe Haimson and Stephen Oliphant about their experiences finding, applying, and interviewing for postdoc positions. Chloe Haimson is Director of Research of the Justice Policy Lab @the Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs at Brown University. Previously, she was a postdoctoral fellow in the Prison Education Program at New York University where she taught ethnography at Wallkill Correctional Facility. Her current work investigates the decisions parole agents make during their everyday work routines, how these choices ..read more
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Ep. 97 Public Opinion and Police Diversity with Justin Pickett
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
1M ago
Justin Pickett is a professor of criminal justice at the University at Albany, SUNY. He received his PhD in Criminology from Florida State University in 2011 and received the American Society of Criminology's Cavan Young Scholar Award in 2015. His research interests include public opinion, survey research methods, theories of punishment, and police–community relations.    Special topics highlighted in this episode include criminological research and public opinion and policing and diversity ..read more
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Ep. 96 Reflection Series: Richard Wright - The Career of an Active Offender Researcher
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
1M ago
Richard Wright retired from the University of Missouri-St. Louis’ Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2014, having spent 30 very happy years there. He then joined the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University as chair, before retiring again in 2021. Wright has published widely in the area of offending decision making, with particular focus on urban street criminals. Richard speaks to us about his journey into criminology, his work on active offender research, and his thoughts on the field ..read more
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Ep. 95 Social Support and Parenthood for Incarcerated Adolescents with Brae Young
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
1M ago
In this episode we speak with Dr. Brae Young. Brae is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Texas Christian University. Her research largely focuses on family and support among offending populations as well as broader issues within the juvenile justice system. Her recent work has appeared in Justice Quarterly, Journal of Developmental and Life Course Criminology, and Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.   We spoke to Brae about her work surrounding adolescents who have been incarcerated. Specifically we discuss the benefits of these teens gettin ..read more
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Ep. 94 Student Spotlight: Gun Ownership in America with Nathaniel Schutten
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
2M ago
In this episode we talk with Nathaniel Schutten a doctoral candidate in the School of Criminal Justice at SUNY Albany. Nathaniel talks to us about his work regarding attitudes towards gun ownership in the United States as well the intersection of gun ownership and racism.    You can find Nathaniel on X @NateSchutten.  ..read more
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Ep. 93 Grooming Kids Online with Eden Kamar
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
3M ago
Prepare for an enlightening journey through episode 93 of the Criminology Academy podcast. Explore the dark side of the internet with cybercrime expert Dr. Eden Kamar, who delves into the disturbing trend of child online grooming. Through a detailed discussion about her groundbreaking research and studies, we also explore the role of parental guardianship in mitigating online grooming, the techniques employed by predators, and protective measures for children. Unveil the innovative use of chatbots and artificial intelligence for data collection and analysis of online sexual grooming techniques ..read more
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Ep. 92 Evidence-Based Policing with Jerry Ratcliffe (host of the Reducing Crime podcast)
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
3M ago
Join hosts Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe as they engage in a compelling conversation with Professor Jerry Ratcliffe, a seasoned professional in the field of criminal justice. They dive into the complexities of policing resources, the challenges of policy-making,  and the importance of evidence-based policing. Ratcliffe's rich experiences and deep insight derived from his career with London's Metropolitan Police and academic tenure at the Temple University set the backdrop for an enlightening discussion ..read more
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Ep. 91 Harassment and Sexual Assault In the US Military with Stephanie Bonnes
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
4M ago
Stephanie Bonnes is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Assistant Dean of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven. Her scholarship broadly focuses on victimization at the intersections of gender, inequality, identity, and organizations. We speak to Stephanie about harassment and sexual assault within the military.  Episode Note: Around minute 14, Stephanie wanted to clarify she meant that individual victims are helped, however,  no one is helping much to change the culture. Something she expands on throughout t ..read more
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Ep. 90 The Criminology of Place and Crime Concentration with David Weisburd
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
4M ago
David Weisburd is Distinguished Professor of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University and the Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law and Criminal Justice at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His current research interests are focused on the criminology of place, policing, and research methods. He has received several awards such as the Stockholm Prize in Criminology, the American Society of Criminology’s Sutherland Award, the (ASC) August Vollmer Award, and the Israel Prize, among many others. We discuss the origins of the criminology of place and some of David's work on crime conce ..read more
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Ep. 89 Reflection Series: Crime trends and crime forecasting with Richard Rosenfeld
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by Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe
4M ago
Richard Rosenfeld is the Curators' Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is a Fellow and Past President of the American Society of Criminology. We talk to Rick about his beginning as a criminologist. Then we discuss some of Rick's contributions to the field surrounding his work on crime forecasting. Finally, Rick gives us his thoughts on the field.  ..read more
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