Kyle McLean received his Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of South Carolina. His research interests include policing, criminological theory, and social psychology. Dr. McLean’s work frequently involves research partnerships with law enforcement agencies. This work has resulted in Dr. McLean being named a National Institute of Justice Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) Academic. Dr. McLean’s recent research has been published in Justice Quarterly, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and the Journal of Experimental Criminology.
Did you know?
“The criminology advising department is an informative resource that every criminology major can benefit from. All of the advisors are so helpful and answer all of my questions. Whenever I go in for an appointment they take as much time as they need with me to make sure all of my questions are answered; and if I just have a quick question, I can always email them and get a timely response. I never feel like I am in the dark or don’t know what my major requirements are. During one advising appointment, I had mentioned that I was studying for the LSAT and the advisor gave me an extra LSAT prep book they had. Another advisor told me about the department's amazing internship opportunities that I am currently doing and love! The advisors truly care about their students and have their best interest in mind. They are an incredible resource that all criminology majors should be taking advantage of!”