Dr. Tanya Marie Grant

  • Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

Dr. Grant teaches in the Criminal Justice program housed in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Her primary area of research interest is victimology, in particular domestic violence and the intersection with law enforcement protocols.

Ph.D. Capella University

M.S. The University of New Haven

B.A. Fairfield Univeristy

Dr. Grant is currently conducting research related to the Lethality Assessment Protocol; an intervention tool used by domestic violence advocates and law enforcement. The tool is used to measure fatality in domestic violence relationships. 

Dr. Grant teaches introductory courses as well as advanced courses in criminal justice. She has more than 15 years of teaching experience, both traditional teaching as well as online teaching modalities.

Grant, Tanya. (2017). Lethality assessment protocol: A qualitative exploratory analysis. Journal of Ethical and Legal Issues. 10. 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316243892_Lethality_assessment_protocol_A_qualitative_exploratory_analysis

Grant, Tanya & Cross-Denny, Bronwyn. (2017). Lethality Assessment Protocol: Police Perceptions of a Domestic Violence Intervention. Criminal Justice Review. 42. 073401681769967. 10.1177/0734016817699672.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316339626_Lethality_Assessment_Protocol_Police_Perceptions_of_a_Domestic_Violence_Intervention

Grant, Tanya. (2013). Domestic violence victims- an examination of advocates' experiences and impact on services.. Journal of International Criminal Justice. 1.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277776842_Domestic_violence_victims-_an_examination_of_advocates'_experiences_and_impact_on_services