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Thomas Stucky.

Thomas Stucky

O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Expert Bio

Tom Stucky is a professor of criminal justice at IUPUI and an expert in communities and crime, violent crime reduction, policing and public policy. He has researched factors associated with incarceration for a cohort of low-level offenders entering the Indiana Department of Correction and was the principal investigator for the Indianapolis Comprehensive Anti-Gang Initiative research partnership, a $2.5 million grant to reduce gang crime in Indianapolis.

He also provided research consultation to the Indianapolis Mayor’s Task Force on Violent Crime, working with former IUPUI Chancellor Gerald Bepko. Before his graduate studies, Stucky served as an undercover enforcement agent in the Ohio Department of Liquor Control.

Areas of Expertise

Criminology, communities and crime, corrections, mass incarceration, policing, public policy, violent crime reduction.

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