Philip J. Verrecchia, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
- B.S., West Chester University (1990)
- M.S., Shippensburg University (1995)
- Ph.D., Marywood University (2003)
- Coordinator, Criminal Justice
- Ethics in Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice Research Methods
- Examining Terrorism
- Juvenile Justice
- Criminal Justice Statistics
- Juvenile offenders in adult court.
- Gender issues in criminal justice.
- Delinquency and maltreatment.
- Restorative justice.
- Verrecchia, PJ & Sloan, M. (2013). Has 30 years made a difference? Attitudes of male criminal
justice majors towards female police officers revisited (again). Virginia Social Science Journal (48), 97-112.
- Verrecchia, PJ & Ling, E. (2013). The effects of legal and extralegal factors on probation
revocation decisions. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology (2), 13-19.
- Verrecchia, PJ & Hutzell, K.L. (2012). Exploring accountability: Accountable to whom? Virginia
Social Science Journal (47), 49-65.
- Verrecchia, PJ (2011). The effect of transfer mechanism from juvenile court on conviction on a
target offense in criminal court. Contemporary Justice Review, (14)2, 189-201.
- Verrecchia, PJ, Fetzer, M. D., Lemmon, J.H., & Austin, T.L. (2011). Policy implications of the effects of maltreatment type, age, recurrence, severity and other ecological risks on
persistent offending among disadvantaged boys. Criminal Justice Policy Review (22)2, 187-218.