Ryan M. Labrecque, Ph.D.
Ryan has more than 60 published (or accepted) journal articles, technical reports, and book chapters in the areas of institutional and community corrections. His work has appeared in Crime and Delinquency, Criminal Justice and Behavior, Criminal Justice Policy Review; International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Journal of Criminal and Justice; Journal of Offender Rehabilitation; The Prison Journal; Victims and Offenders; and Violence and Victims.
Ryan received a 2017 New Investigator Award from the National Institute of Justice, and he is a Co-Principal Investigator on an Encouraging Innovation Grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, an Analysis of Existing Data Grant from the National Institute of Justice, and a private grant funded by the Charles Koch Foundation. Ryan was also awarded a 2014 Graduate Research Fellowship Grant from the National Institute of Justice, and he was the 2013 recipient of the American Society of Criminology, Division of Corrections and Sentencing, student paper award.
Ryan has been awarded several student research scholarship grants from the University of Cincinnati and faculty enhancement grants from Portland State University. He has also received specialized training in several psychometric assessments, treatment models, and advanced statistical techniques. Ryan has experience teaching a variety of criminal justice classes.