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Christopher Bruell, Ph.D.

2013 - Ph.D., Criminology & Justice Policy, Northeastern University
2005 - M.A., Criminal Justice, City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
1996 - B.A., International Relations, University of Rochester

My primary research interest involves investigating the effect that social support has on juveniles and their participation in criminal/deviant behavior. Additionally, I am interested in evaluating the effectiveness of sex offender legislation and policies by weighing the additional public safety being provided against the intended and unintended effects on offenders themselves. I am always interested in working with students and giving them the opportunity to participate in research that has meaningful real-world implications.

Additionally, I currently teach courses on Research Methods, Statistics, and Introduction to Criminal Justice, and have also taught courses on Juvenile Justice, Youth Gangs, and Crime and Policy.

Contact Information

Christopher Bruell

Christopher Bruell
Instructor
Department of Criminal Justice
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 641-7178

Office:
9 Bradley House