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Criminal Justice Faculty - Linsey Belisle

Linsey A. Belisle

Linsey A. Belisle

Assistant Professor

Office: C330E

​​​Linsey is trained as an applied criminologist and focuses her teaching and research on helping advance the treatment of justice-involved individuals, promote inclusivity, and advance equitable and evidence-based treatment of justice-involved individuals, particularly those disproportionately impacted by the system. Her research focuses on evidence-based correctional practices, gender-responsive practices and policies, risk/needs assessments, substance misuse, criminal justice pedagogy, and harm reduction. ​​​​

University of Nevada, Las Vegas           Ph.D. Criminal Justice & Criminology       2021
North Dakota State University              M.S. Criminal Justice Administration        2017
Bushnell University                                 B.A. Psychology                                       2014

  • Evidence-Based Corrections
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice ​

Peer-Reviewed Publications

2021                   Belisle, L., & Salisbury, E. J. Starting with girls and their resilience in mind: Reconsidering risk/needs assessments for system-                              involved girls. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 48(5), 596-616.

2020                   Belisle, L., & Thompson, K. Sustained outcomes? An exploratory study of juvenile drug courts and long-term recidivism.                                      Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 71(1), 63-83.


2020                   Belisle, L., Boppre, B., Keen, J., & Salisbury, E. J. Bringing course material to life through experiential learning: Impacts on                                     students' learning and perceptions in a corrections course. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 31(2), 161-186.                                             


2017                   Myer, A., & Belisle, L. Highs and lows: An interrupted time series evaluation of the impact of North America's only supervised                              injection facility on crime. The Journal of Drug Issues, 41(1), 36-49.

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