Sarah Lockwood, M.S
Expertise: human trafficking; marginalization within systems; bias and hate motivated crime; help seeking behavior; qualitative methodologies
Sarah Lockwood, M.S. is a Doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and graduate research assistant in the Violence and Justice Research Laboratory. Sarah’s area of research includes the intersection of formal institutions and victims of crime, with an emphasis on marginalized populations, human trafficking, and bias motivated victimization. Her work focuses examining victimization across contexts, and has recently focused on the experiences of Latinos who have been victims of bias and hate motivated crime.