Adult and Youth Reentry; Community, Police, + Crime Prevention, Evidence Synthesis (Meta-Analysis + Meta-Synthesis), Mixed Method Research
Dr. Olaghere is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University. She received her Ph.D. from George Mason University in Criminology, Law and Society in 2015. She also received her M.A. from George Mason University in Justice, Law, and Crime Policy in 2010. Prior to joining Temple University, she served as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow under Dr. David B. Wilson learning the latest quantitative and qualitative evidence synthesis techniques. Her current research focuses on a meta-synthesis about proactive policing, re-conceptualizing reentry as self-sufficiency, and an archival research project on corrections and legitimacy.
Wilson, D., Brennan, I., & Olaghere, A. (2018). Police-initiated diversion for youth to prevent future delinquent behavior: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 5-85.
Olaghere, A. & Lum, C. (2018). Classifying "micro" routine activities of street-level drug transactions. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 1-27.
Wilson, D.B., Olaghere, A.. & Gill, C. (2016). Juvenile curfew effects on criminal behavior and victimization: A Campbell Collaboration Systematic Review. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 12(2), 167-186.
Wilson, D.B., Gill, C., Olaghere, A., & McClure, D. (2016). Juvenile curfew effects on criminal behavior: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 12(3).