Jonathan Glenn, Ph.D.
- Department Chair
- Assistant Professor of Criminal JusticeDepartment of Criminal Justice
- Boyer Building, Room 103-A
B.S. – Criminal Justice, 2009
Saint Augustine’s University
M.S. – Criminal Justice, 2012
Concentration: Juvenile Justice
North Carolina Central University
Ph.D. – Criminal Justice 2018
Concentration: Behavioral Science
Nova Southeastern University
Areas of Research
- Youth Justice
- Punitive Social Control
- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Criminal Justice
Beneby, D. R., & Glenn, J. W. (2022). Tracking the Impact of COVID-19 on Community-Based Intervention Programs for Justice-Involved Youth: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study. Journal of Restoration, Rehabilitation, and Reentry, 2022(1), 49-63. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wou.edu/jr3/vol2022/iss1/4
Beneby, D.R., Glenn, J.W. & Taylor, L.C. (2020) An Assessment of the Hypercriminalization Thesis: Evidence from Juvenile Justice and Human Service Practitioners in the USA. JAYS https://doi.org/10.1007/s43151-020-00019-z
Glenn, J.W., Taylor, L.C., *Chesterton, H., *Williams, S., *Moavenzadeh, F. (2019) Understanding school-based policing: recommendations for improving School Resource Officer programs and promoting safer schools Safer Communities, 18 (3/4), 132-142.
Glenn, J.W. (2019). Beyond Skin Deep: Understanding Disproportionate Minority Contact through Ethnocultural Implicit Bias and the Decision-Making Process among Justice System Gatekeepers. Journal of Applied Juvenile Justice Services, 19(1), 32-46.
Glenn, J.W. (2019). Resilience Matters: Examining the school-to-prison pipeline through the lens of school-based problem behaviors. Justice Policy Journal, 17(1), 23-41.
Parker, M.M., Glenn, J.W., Turner, A. (2014). Criminalizing childhood: the social development of juvenile crime in a rural North Carolina school. Social Development Issues, 36(2), 35-52.
Ganao, J., Suero, F., & Glenn, J. W. (2013). Assessing the differential impact of contextual factors on school suspension for black and white students. The Journal of Negro Education, 82(4), 393-407.
*Denotes student collaborators on manuscripts