Brendan Lantz received his Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University. His research interests focus on hate crime, violence, victimization, and co-offending. He was a Bureau of Justice Statistics Graduate Research Fellow and was recently awarded the 2021 Academy New Scholar Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). His recent publications have appeared in British Journal of Criminology, Justice Quarterly, Psychology of Violence, Criminal Justice and Behavior, Crime & Delinquency, and Journal of Experimental Criminology, among others.
2020. “Co-offending Group Composition and Violence: The Impact of Sex, Age, and Group Size on Co-offending Violence.” Crime & Delinquency, 66(1), 93-122.
2020. “Racist Hate Crime Victim Reporting in the United States and the United Kingdom: A Cross-National Comparison.” British Journal of Criminology.
2020. “Guns, Groups, and the Southern Culture of Honor: Considering the Role of Co-offenders in Southern Firearm Violence.” Psychology of Violence.
2020. “The Co-offender as Counterfactual: A Quasi-Experimental Within-Partnership Approach to the Examination of the Relationship between Race and Arrest.” Journal of Experimental Criminology, 16(2), 183-206.
2020. “Temporal Clustering of Hate Crimes in the Aftermath of the Brexit Vote and the Manchester Arena Attack: A Comparison of Scotland and England and Wales.” British Journal of Criminology.