Brendan Lantz received his Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University. His research interests focus on co-offending, social networks, violence, and hate crime. He was a Bureau of Justice Statistics Graduate Research Fellow and a Penn State Graduate Fellow, and his recent publications have appeared in Justice Quarterly, Criminal Justice and Behavior, Criminology & Public Policy, and Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
2018 (In Press). “The Consequences of Crime in Company: Co-offending, Victim-Offender Relationship, and Quality of Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
2018 (In Press). “Hate Crimes Hurt More, but so do Co-offenders: Separating the Influence of Co-offending and Bias on Hate Motivated Injury.” Criminal Justice and Behavior.
2018 (In Press). “Stereotypical Hate Crimes and Criminal Justice Processing: A Multi-Dataset Comparison of Bias Crime Arrest Patterns by Offender and Victim Race.” Justice Quarterly.
2017. “A Networked Boost: Burglary Co-Offending and Repeat Victimization Using a Network Approach” Crime & Delinquency, 63(9): 1066-1090.
2017. “The Relationship Between Co-Offending, Age, and Experience Using a Sample of Adult Burglary Offenders” Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology, 3(1): 76-97.