• Co-offending & Peer Influences
  • Communities & Crime
  • Developmental & Life-Course Criminology
  • Offender and Victim Decision-Making

Our faculty members are engaged in expanding and testing established criminological theories, offering new theoretical perspectives, and using multidisciplinary approaches to study theoretically-relevant issues that cut across various topics in the field. These include a focus on peer influence and co-offending, communities and crime, developmental and life-course perspectives, and research related to offender and victim decision-making.

"When Crime Appears" by McGloin, Sullivan, and Kennedy