Jennifer Lanterman is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice. Her research interests include the institutional and community-based management and treatment of high-risk and high-need offenders and restorative justice training and quality assurance. Her work involves action research partnerships and includes program development, implementation, and evaluation.
- Lanterman, J. L., Goodwin, M. J., Bello, M., & Bucy, M. (2022). Using technology to respond to the safety, housing, and programming challenges associated with transgender inmates: Building a research program to study the effectiveness of technology-delivered programming. In E. M. Ahlin, O. Mitchell, & C. Atkin-Plunk (Eds.), Handbook on inequalities in sentencing and corrections among marginalized populations (pp. 185-205). Routledge.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2022). Critical deficiencies in restorative conference facilitator trainings: A multiple-case study. Contemporary Justice Review.
- Vik, T. A., DeGroot Brown, J., & Lanterman, J. L. (2022). Creating and using Facebook groups for collaborative autoethnography and ethnographic sensemaking [Special issue]. Women’s Studies in Communication. 45(1), 10-25.
- Lanterman, J. L., & Houk, C. (2022). The new Bedlam: A legal and ethical analysis of commercial mug shot websites. Ethics & Behavior, 32(2), 178-193.
- Lambert, E. G., Elechi, O. O., Baker, D., Jenkins, M., Otu, S., & Lanterman, J. L. (2022). Do the effects of organizational trust on correctional staff job attitudes vary by culture: A preliminary test among Nigerian prison staff. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice.
- Blithe, S. J., & Lanterman, J. L. (2022). Subcultural variability and protean-identification in gun culture. Culture and Organization. 28(2), 148-166.
- Lambert, E. G., Lanterman, J. L., Elechi, O. O., Otu, S., & Jenkins, M. (2021). Exploring the connection between work-family conflict and job burnout among Nigerian correctional staff. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
- Lambert, E. G., Otu, S., Elechi, O. O., Jenkins, M., & Lanterman, J. L. (2021). Domain spillover and job stress: An exploratory study among Nigerian prison staff. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.
- Lanterman, J. L. (Forthcoming). The ethics of the COVID-19 pandemic. In M. K. Miller (Ed.), The social science of the COVID-19 pandemic: A call to action for researchers. Oxford University Press.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2022). Veterans, behavioral health, and justice involvement. In B. H. Bornstein, M. K. Miller, & D. DeMatteo (Eds.), Advances in psychology and law (Vol. 6, pp. 179-214). Springer International Publishing AB.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2021). Models versus mechanisms: The need to crack the black box of restorative justice. British Journal of Community Justice, 17(1), 60-78.
- Lambert, E. G., Lanterman, J. L., Leone, M., Keena, L. D., Haynes, S. H., & May, D. (2020). Improving correctional staff perceptions of organizational justice. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research. Advance Online Publication.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2020). A multi-state survey of day reporting center models. Criminal Justice Studies, 33(2), 96-112.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2020). Training partner selection and quality assurance in restorative justice for the criminal justice setting. Contemporary Justice Review, 23(4), 544-562.
- Lanterman, J. L., & Houk, C.* (2020). The new Bedlam: A legal and ethical analysis of commercial mug shot websites. Ethics & Behavior.
- Thomas, S. Y.*, & Lanterman, J. L. (2019). A national analysis of shackling laws and policies as they relate to pregnant incarcerated women. Feminist Criminology, 14(2), 263-284. doi:10.1177/1557085117737617
- Lanterman, J. L., & Blithe, S. J. (2019). The benefits, challenges, and disincentives of interdisciplinary collaboration. Commoning Ethnography, 2(1), 149-165. [Special issue: The labours of collaboration].
- Lanterman, J. L. (2019). Restorative justice practices and challenges in the United States. In C. C. Spohn & P. K. Brennan (Eds.), Handbook on sentencing policies and practices in the 21st century (pp. 360-377). Routledge.
- Lanterman, J. L. (2018). Transformative and social justice dimensions of a jail-based college course. Dialogues in Social Justice, 3(1), 46-65.
- Lanterman, J. L., & Blithe, S. J. (2018). Culture, socialization, and firearms violence in the United States. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 7(1), 27-47.
- LeClaire, M. M.*, & Lanterman, J. L. (2017). Aging out of foster care: Examining outcomes through social learning and narratives. Youth Voice Journal.
- Blithe, S. J., & Lanterman, J. L. (2017). Camouflaged collectives: Managing stigma and identity at gun events. Studies in Social Justice, 11(1), 113-135.
- Lanterman, J. L., Boyle, D. J., & Ragusa-Salerno, L. M.* (2014). Sex offender risk assessment, sources of variation, and the implications of misuse. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41(7), 822-843.
- Veysey, B. M., Ostermann, M., & Lanterman, J. L. (2014). The effectiveness of enhanced parole supervision and community services: New Jersey’s Serious and Violent Reentry Initiative. The Prison Journal, 94(4), 435-453.
- Boyle, D. J., Ragusa-Salerno, L. M.*, Lanterman, J. L.+, & Marcus, A. F.* (2013). An evaluation of day reporting centers for parolees: Outcomes of a randomized trial. Criminology & Public Policy, 12(1), 119-143.
- Maskaly, J.*, Donner, C. M.*, Lanterman, J. L, & Jennings, W. J. (2011). On the association between SROs, private security guards, use-of-force capabilities, and violent crime in schools. Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations, 11(2), 159-176.
- Boyle, D. J., Lanterman, J. L., Pascarella, J., & Cheng, C. C. (2010). The impact of Newark’s Operation Ceasefire on trauma center gunshot wound admissions. Justice Research and Policy, 12(2), 105-123.
- 2022 College of Liberal Arts Dean's Award for Research
- 2021 Marguerite Q. Warren and Ted B. Palmer Differential Intervention Award, American Society of Criminology, Division of Corrections and Sentencing
- 2018 Fulbright Scholarship to Sweden
- Member, Nevada Sentencing Commission
- Secretary, Ridge House Board of Directors
- Member, Federal Correctional Institution-Herlong Community Relations Board
- Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Newark, 2007
- M.A., Criminal Justice, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Newark, 2002
- B.S., Administration of Justice and Political Science, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2001