Senior Lecturer
Sociology & Criminal Justice

Jessica Huffman

NORFOLK, 23529

Ph.D. in Criminology-Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University, (2015)

M.A. in Applied Sociology, Old Dominion University, (2002)

B.S. in Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University, (2000)


Huffman, J. and Overton, A. (2012). Missing the Mark: The Neglect of Stalking and Cyberstalking in Introductory Criminology Textbooks. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 24 (2) , pp. 200-217.
Monk-Turner, E., Allen, J., Casten, J., Cowling, C., Gray, C. R., Guhr, D., Hoofnagle, K., Huffman, J., Mina, M. O.. and Moore, B. (2011). Mandatory identification bar checks: How bouncers are doing their job. The Qualitative Report 16 (1) , pp. 180.
Monk-Turner, E., Allen, J., Casten, J., Guhr, D., Hoofnagle, K., Huffman, J. and Mina, M. (2010). Advantages and Disadvantages of Community College Entrance: Perspectives from Successful Criminal Justice Transfer Students. College and University Journal.
  • 2011: Graduate Travel Award, Division of Student Affairs, Old Dominion University