Sociology & Criminal Justice
Phone: (302) 831-3267
Office: 329 Smith Hall
- Researches juvenile delinquency, school crime, juvenile courts and prisons.
- Can discuss crime rates, the causes of crime and inequality in schools.
- Author of the books, "Judging Juveniles: Prosecuting Adolescents in Adult and Juvenile Courts" and "Homeroom Security: School Discipline in an Age of Fear."
- Sits on the Campaign for Youth Justice's advisory board.
Associate Professor, Sociology
In The News:
Consultant: Thanks to culture shift, schools never safer (AZ Daily Sun)
Safe schools or false assumptions? (Birmingham Examiner)
America's real school-safety problem (Salon.com)
Prosecutors to ask for new trial in case of Calif. teen accused of killing gay classmate (Associated Press)