Richard Stansfield, Ph.D. teaches courses on courts and the criminal justice system. Prior to Rutgers-Camden, Dr. Stansfield worked as Research Analyst for the State of Oregon and the Oregon State Hospital, where he was involved in risk assessment research. He continues to conduct risk assessment research with domestic violence offenders. In addition to violence, his research interests focus on youth development, urban disadvantage, race, ethnicity, and immigration. Born and raised in the United Kingdom, his research on urban disadvantages and crime also incorporates cross-national perspectives, with a particular interest in violence in England and Scotland. His work on these topics has been published in a variety of journals including Justice Quarterly, Criminal Justice & Behavior, and Crime & Delinquency.