Assistant Professor and Director of the Institute of Crime Science
CECH Criminal Justice - 0389
Dr. Cory Haberman is an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice. Dr. Haberman’s research focuses on two primary areas. First, Dr. Haberman uses quantitative methods to understand spatial-temporal crime patterns. Second, Dr. Haberman uses mixed-methods research to advance evidence-based policing with particular interests in crime analysis, hot spots policing, and focused deterrence. Dr. Haberman’s research has been published in leading criminology and criminal justice journals, such as Criminology, Crime and Delinquency, Journal of Experimental Criminology, and Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.
Grant: #Ham Cnty / BJA 2017-AR-BX-K018 Investigators:Haberman, Cory 03-26-2018 -10-30-2020 Bureau of Justice Assistance Hamilton County Heroin Coalition Evaluation Role:PI $86,504.66 Active Level:Federal
Grant: #R40215 Investigators:Haberman, Cory 07-01-2020 -12-31-2021 UC's Collaborative Research Advancement Grant Program - Track 1: Pilot Teams Using Checklists and Virtual Reality to Improve Police Investigations Role:PI $20,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC