Bradley J. O'Guinn is a doctoral student at the University of Cincinnati's School of Criminal Justice. His research interests include police effectiveness, crime and place, police organizations, and technology in policing. He received his BA and MA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Master of Arts: Southern Illinois University Carbondale Carbondale, Illinois, 2019 (Criminology and Criminal Justice)
Bachelor of Arts: Southern Illinois University Carbondale Carbondale, Illinois, 2018 (Criminology and Criminal Justice)
Peer Reviewed Publications
Sierra-Arévalo, M., Nix, J., & O'Guinn, B. (2022. ) A national analysis of trauma care proximity and firearm assault survival among U.S. police.Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, , Online First , More Information
O'Guinn, B.J. (2022. ) Police training and Accountability: A remedy or an impediment for reducing unarmed police shootings? .Crime and Delinquency, ,
O'Guinn, B.J. (2022 ) Census data: Gathering data and measures The study of crime and place: A methods handbook .Temple University Press
Desmond, J.S., O'Guinn, B.J., & Haberman, C.P. (2021. ) Uptown Consortium Annual Public Safety Report, 2020 [Ongoing Bi-Annual Report].
O'Guinn, B.J. (2021. ) Police training and accountability: A remedy or an impediment for reducing unarmed police shootings? .Chicago, Illinois. Conference. Level:National
Honors and Awards
2021 Gene Carte Student Paper Competition-3rd Place. American Society of Criminology.
2021 Doctoral Student Research Grant University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice. Type:Grant