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Amy Stutzenberger


Amy Stutzenberger, MS


NTT Instructor


Office Hours Fall 2017: 

by appointment

Location:  Maaske Hall 214.




Amy is an instructor for the Criminal Justice Department at Western Oregon University. She is currently finishing her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati. Her research interests include exploring the nature, causes and prevention of criminogenic places and victimization such as intimate partner violence, school, and workplace. Her current research projects include exploring pathways to bullying victimization, as well as examining the extent and nature of workplace violence using the Workplace Risk Supplement of the National Crime Victimization Survey.

BS University of Louisville: Justice Administration
MS University of Cincinnati: Criminal Justice
Ph.D. Anticipated 2015 University of Cincinnati: Criminal Justice



Amy has co-authored various works such as entries in the Encyclopedia of Street Crime, Guide to Preventing Vandalism and Theft in Cemeteries, chapter in The Handbook of Security (Second Ed.), and article in Victims and Offenders.