Doctorate Human Sciences, 2008, Université de Rennes II, Rennes, France
Ph.D. Criminal Justice, 2007, Rutgers University, New Jersey
M.A. Criminal Justice, 2003, Rutgers University, New Jersey
M.A. Psychology, 2000, Université de Rennes II, Rennes, France
B.A. Psychology, 1999, Université Catholique de l’Ouest, Angers, France
Criminology, Criminological Theory, Crime Control Policy, Qualitative Methods, Issues on the Administration of Criminal Justice
Violent crime; Crime data collection; Public health: Comparative criminal justice and criminology
Dr. Neuilly is currently involved in a variety of projects revolving around questions of measurement of violence.These projects involve a comparative study of violent deaths in Spokane and Walla Walla county at the turn of the 20th and 21st century, an examination of the incremental utility of methodological advancements in recidivism risk assessment in collaboration with Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Lee of the University of Idaho, a test of cultural explanations of violence using Washington data, in collaboration with Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Hays, and Dr. Wolf from the University of Idaho, and of course her on-going comparative study of medico-legal practices in the United States and in France. Dr. Neuilly has also been contacted to inform Senator Padden's (4th District, Spokane Valley) attempt at modifying the Coroner's Inquest statute in Washington State.
Predicting Recidivism in Homicide Offenders Using Classification Tree Analysis, Homicide Studies, 2011
Using a Comparative Framework to Understand Violence as a Social Construct, Victims and Offenders, A Journal of Evidence-Based Policies and Practices, July 2011
Public Opinion and Crime (299-312); Criminal Personality and Traits (453-468); Theory and Practice of the Criminal Choice (541-559), Transnational Criminology Manual, Martine Herzog-Evans (Ed), Olsterwjick, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.