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Dr. Ryan Fischer

Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Education

Ph.D. -- University of California, Irvine (Criminology, Law & Society)
B.A. – University of California, Irvine (Social Ecology)

Statement of Professional Engagement:

Dr. Fischer's areas of specialization are sentencing and corrections. He studies in-prison and post-prison treatment and programming, offender reentry, and the interactions between sentencing policies, social environments, and offender characteristics. His pedagogical training, research, and teaching have all focused heavily on quantitative research methods and statistical data analysis. Some of his recent research projects have analyzed variation in offender recidivism rates across states and between different sentencing and correctional policy environments. He has also conducted research on the need for and reception of treatment by inmates in state prisons, including evaluations of post-prison substance abuse treatment programs.

Research Interests

  • Prisoner Reentry
  • Offender Programming and Treatment
  • Sentencing and Corrections
  • Criminal Justice Policy
  • Statistical Analysis of Criminal Justice Data
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Email: Ryan.Fischer@csulb.edu

Direct Dial Phone: (562) 985-1677

Office Location: Engineering Technologies (E-Tec) 244

Classes Dr. Fischer Teaches at CSULB

  • CRJU 303: Corrections
  • CRJU 304: Criminological Theory
  • CRJU 320: Criminal Justice Research Methods
  • CRJU 325: Statistics for Criminal Justice
  • CRJU 525: Advanced Statistics for Criminal Justice