Victim Researcher Profile
Miriam J Northcutt Bohmert
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Miriam Northcutt Bohmert, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of criminal justice at Indiana University - Bloomington. She engages in collaborative interdisciplinary research, and also works closely with individuals engaged in the justice system at the professional, political, and community levels. Trained in both quantitative and qualitative methods, she designs research that has immediate potential to improve the practice of corrections. Her current work can be grouped into three substantive areas: correctional interventions, community corrections, and sexual offense (i.e., prison sexual violence and campus sexual assault); overarching all these areas is an intentional focus on marginalized groups such as women and low-income individuals. Her work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Justice, and the Laura & John Arnold Foundation. Her published work can be found in Crime & Delinquency, Criminal Justice & Behavior, the British Journal of Criminology, Social Forces, and the Prison Journal.
Campus Sexual Assault, Sexual Abuse or Violence (other than campus sexual assault)
Formerly incarcerated victims, Men and boys of color
Data collection, Program evaluation, Qualitative studies, Quantitative studies, Quasi-experimental studies, Randomized controlled trial
VICTIM RESEARCH EXPERIENCE