Thaddeus L. Johnson is a PhD Criminology & Criminal Justice candidate in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. An Andrew Young Fellowship recipient, he also serves as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA). Mr. Johnson’s research interests include urban violence, police professionalism, and police behavior. His most recent work appears in the Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Natasha N. Johnson is a doctoral candidate in the Educational Policy Studies Department at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. Mrs. Johnson’s research interests include educational justice/equity/equality, social justice leadership, curriculum development, and critical race and feminist theories. Her most recent work appears in Navigating Micro-Aggressions Toward Women in Higher Education. In 2019, she was recognized as a University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA) David L. Clark Scholar.
Christina Policastro is a UC Foundation Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Social, Cultural, and Justice Studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Her primary research interests are in the area of victimization with a specific focus on elder abuse and intimate partner violence. She has published articles on diverse topics including perceptions of intimate partner violence victims, durable medical equipment fraud, pre-professionals’ knowledge of elder abuse, and trajectories of recurring victimization among persons with serious mental illness. Her most recent work appears in Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect. In 2017, she received the New Scholar Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ Division of Victimology.