Kyle Letteney received his BA degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology at Rochester Institute of Technology. He worked from the fall of 2011 until the spring of 2013 with the Center for Public Safety Initiatives in Rochester, NY conducting research on state level narcotic laws and community empowerment projects. He is currently working on his MA in Sociology at the University of Tennessee. His research interests include restorative justice in contemporary society, the social impacts of law, structural violence, and mass incarceration.
Alternative forms of punishment; Incarceration studies; public perception of crime; racial/ethnic disparities in offending and victimization; white collar/corporate crime; immigration; consumer culture.