Amanda Witwer

Amanda   Witwer
  • PhD Student
  • School of Criminal Justice
  • BA 2018, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • 134 Baker Hall
  • 655 Auditorium Rd.
  • East Lansing, MI 48824
  • (517) 355-6653

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Biography

Amanda R. Witwer is a doctoral student in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in public policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2018 and worked as a Research Analyst at RTI International for several years. Her research interests include intimate partner violence (IPV), technology-facilitated abuse, the collateral consequences of incarceration, and local criminal legal policy and technology.


Publications

The Spread of Local Criminal Justice Practices

Year: 2020 Authors: Lattimore, P., Tueller, S., Levin-Rector, A., Witwer, A. Journal: Federal Probation

Online Dispute Resolution: Perspectives to Support Successful Implementation and Outcomes in Court Proceedings

Year: 2021 Authors: Witwer, A., Langton, L., Banks, D., Woods, D., Vermeer, M., Jackson, B. Publisher: National Institute of Justice (as part of the Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative)

Countering technology-facilitated abuse: Criminal justice strategies for combating nonconsensual pornography, sextortion, doxing and swatting

Year: 2020 Authors: Witwer, A., Langton, L., Vermeer, M., Banks, D., Woods, D., & Jackson, B. Publisher: National Institute of Justice (as part of the Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative)

Court appearances in criminal proceedings through telepresence: Identifying research and practice needs to preserve fairness while leveraging new technology

Year: 2020 Authors: Gourdet, C., Witwer, A., Langton, L., Banks, D., Planty, M., Woods, D., & Jackson, B. Publisher: National Institute of Justice (as part of the Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative)