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Jesenia Robles

Criminology and Justice Policy, PhD

Jesenia Robles is a former McNair Scholar who began her graduate studies at Northeastern in the Fall of 2017. She was previously a teaching assistant for Dr. Martinez’s Race, Crime and Justice course. She began working with the IRJ in January of 2018. She comes with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology from Boise State University in Boise, ID. Her research interests pertain to the relationship between marginalized communities and the criminal justice system. Her prior research has explored the perceptions of police officers held by the Muslim community. Jese is currently working under Dr. Farrell and Dr. Cuevas on the Latino Biased Victimization Grant designed to study the victimization experiences of Latinos as consequence of their ethnic identity and perceived immigration status.

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