Criminal Justice Faculty

lynch

David Lynch, Department Chair & Professor

JD: Brigham Young University

PhD: State University of New York at Albany

Weber State University since 1999
Teaches: Criminal Law, Criminal Courts, Constitutional Rights, Criminal Justice Ethics

E-mail: dlynch@weber.edu

senjo

Scott R. Senjo, Professor

PhD: Florida Atlantic University

JD: University of Utah

Weber State University since 2000
Teaches: White Collar Crime, Computer Crime, Research Methods

Email: ssenjo@weber.edu

horn

Brent Horn, Forensics Director & Associate Professor

PhD: Brigham Young University

Weber State University since 2005
Teaches: Introduction to Forensics, Intermediate and Advanced Forensics, Crime Scene Investigation

E-mail: brenthorn@weber.edu

bayley

Bruce Bayley, Graduate Director & Professor

PhD: Utah State University

Weber State University since 2007
Teaches: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Introduction to Corrections, The American Jail, Ethics in Criminal Justice

Research Interests: Ethics in Criminal Justice, Corrections, Punishment, Correctional Special Operations Teams

E-mail: bbayley@weber.edu

buck

Julie A. Buck, Associate Professor

PhD: Florida State University

Weber State University since 2007
Teaches: Research Methods, Victimology, Introduction to Criminal Justice

Research Interests: Children in the Legal System, Child Interviews, Child Witness Accommodation, Jury Decision Making, Psychological Expert Testimony, Eyewitness Testimony and Identification

E-mail: juliebuck@weber.edu

sween

Molly Sween, Assistant Professor

PhD: Iowa State University

Weber State University since 2011
Teaches: Undergraduate and Master's Theories of Crime and Delinquency, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice

Research Interests: Domestic Violence, Race/Class/Gender and the Criminal Justice System

E-mail: mollysween@weber.edu

reyns

Brad Reyns, Assistant Professor

PhD: University of Cincinnati

Weber State University since 2011
Teaches: Victimology, Criminology, Policing

Research Interests: Theories of Victimization, College Student Victimization, Technology-Facilitated Victimization

E-mail: breyns@weber.edu

Mark W. Denniston, Assistant Professor

PhD: University of Colorado

JD: University of Iowa

Weber State University since 2013
Teaches: Criminal Law and Courts, Constitutional Law

Research Interests: State Constitutional Rights, Bill of Rights and Criminal Procedure, Philosophy of Law, Constitutional History, Judicial Politics, and Federalism

E-mail: markdenniston@weber.edu

Monica Williams, Assistant Professor

PhD: University of California, Davis

Weber State University since 2013
Teaches: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Policing; Crime, Law, and Social Context

Research Interests: Community responses to crime, social control, collective action, and legal and political mobilization

E-mail: monicawilliams@weber.edu

chabries

Michael Chabries, Assistant Professor/ Coordinator at SLCC

MPA: Brigham Young University

Teaches: Management, Prison Issues, Victimology, Seminar, Masters Planning, Budgeting and Evaluation

E-mail: mchabries@weber.edu

dean

Russ Dean, Assistant Professor

MSS: Utah State University

Weber State University since 2002
Teaches: Crime scene investigation, Criminal investigation, Forensic Science

E-mail: rdean@weber.edu


 

namba

Brian Namba, Instructor, Coordinator at Davis Campus

JD: Brigham Young University

BA: University of Utah

Certificate: America Graduate School of International Management

E-mail: briannamba@weber.edu


 

 

Faye Medd, Criminal Justice Department Secretary

Phone: (801) 626-6146

E-mail: fmedd@weber.edu


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