Danielle “Dee” Stanford is a second-year PhD student originally from Erie, Pennsylvania. She completed her undergraduate Criminal Justice degree at Temple in 2013. Before returning to Temple, Dee interned with the Research and Planning Unit at Philadelphia Police Department and went on to work as a crime analyst for Egg Harbor Township Police Department in New Jersey. Dee is also a member of the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Analytical Subject Matter Expert team which is sponsored in part by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Her research interests fall within the scope of environmental criminology, primarily the perception and fear of crime in micro places, as well as spatiotemporal crime analysis and crime prevention.