Jessie Krienert is a Professor of Criminal Justice Sciences at Illinois State University. Her areas of research include prison subculture, family violence, and gender issues in correctional and street settings.
Research Interests & Areas
Prison Subculture, Family Violence
Ph D Criminal Justice
University of Nebraska at Omaha
MA Criminal Justice
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Iowa State University
Oustanding Researcher Award
College of Applied Science and Technology
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Walsh, J., & Krienert, J. The Social Interaction Between Crime, Incarceration, Infectious Disease, and Community Level Epidemiology. Akers, T. & Waltermaurer, E. (EDs), Epidemiological Criminology: Theory to Practice. Routledge 1 (2013): 36-45.
Krienert, J., Walsh, J., & Matthews, K. International crimes: Jus Cogens and Obligatio Erga Omnes. Sesha Kethineni (EDs), Comparative and International Policing, Justice, and Transnational Crime. Carolina Academic Press (2010): 207-241.
Walsh, J., Krienert, J., & Matthews, K. A research note: Examining the relationship between teacher immediacy and academic dishonesty at a large Midwestern university. Kathleen McKinney; Pat Jarvis (EDs), Gauisus: Scholarship of teaching and learning at Illinois State University. Illinois State University (2010): 10-17.
Fleisher, M., & Krienert, J. The myth of prison rape: Sexual culture in American prisons. Rowman Littlefield Publishers (2009)
Krienert, J. Masculinity and Violence: Testing an Integrated Model. Lambert Academic Publishing (2009)
Krienert, J., & Fleisher, M. Crime and employment: Critical issues in crime reduction for corrections. Alta Mira Press (2004)
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Walsh, J., & Krienert, J. A Comparative Analysis of Student Civic Engagement. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary (2016)
Krienert, J., Walsh, J., & Lech, L. Alternatives to abstinence: the practice of (un)safe sex in prison. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society 27.4 (2014): 387-401.
Krienert, J., Walsh, J., & Dixon, S. Filicide: A Gendered Profile of Offender, Victim, and Event Characteristics in a National Sample of Reported Incidents, 1995-2009. Journal of Crime and Justice 37.3 (2014): 339-355.
Walsh, J., & Krienert, J. My Brother's Reaper: Examining Officially Reported Siblicide Incidents in the United States, 2000–2007. Violence and Victims 29.3 (2014): 523-540.
Krienert, J., & Walsh, J. Eldercide: A gendered examination of elderly homicide in the United States, 2000-2005.. Homicide Studies 14.1 (2010): 52-71.
Journal Article, Professional Journal
Krienert, J., Walsh, J., Matthews, K., & McConkey, K. Examining the nexus between domestic violence and animal abuse in a national sample of service providers. Violence and Victims 27.2 (2012): 280-295.
Krienert, J., & Walsh, J. My brother’s keeper: A contemporary examination of reported sibling violence using national level data. Journal of Family Violence 26.5 (2011): 331-342.
Krienert, J., & Walsh, J. Sibling sexual abuse: An empirical analysis of offender, victim, and event characteristics in National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) data. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 20.4 (2011): 353-372.
Kethineni, S., Krienert, J., & Brown, B. Evaluation of the Grant to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders. Illinois State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor’s Office (2011)
Fleisher, M., & Krienert, J. The culture of prison sexual violence. National Institute of Justice (2006): 333.
Sex (in) Education. American Society of Criminology. (2016)
An Examination od Sexual Assault in Same Sex Relationships: Establishing a Baseline from Nationally Reported Incidents. American Society of Criminology. (2015)
Family, friends, and lovers: A gendered comparison of intimate relationships in the prison subculture. The Politics of Crime and Justice. American Society of Criminology. (2014)
Law enforcement protocol for companion anima ls in domestic violence calls. Research into practice: Translating findings into real world actions. Midwest Criminal Justice Association. (2014)
A retrospective look at bullying perpetration and victimization in a sample of university students.. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. (2013)
An Examination of Psychopathic Traits Associated with Four Participation Categories of Adolescent and Early Adult Bullying Behavior.. American Society of Criminology. (2013)
An examination of inmate narratives addressing covert efforts at “safe sex” in correctional settings.. Midwest Criminal Justice Association. (2013)
Animal Abandonment on the College Campus. Midwest Criminal Justice Association. (2012)
Examining the differences between students who have and students who have not taken a civic engagement/service learning course at ISU. 12th Annual University-Wide Symposium on Teaching and Learning. CTLT. (2012)
Making Sense of Adolescent to Parent Violence: International Perspectives.. American Society of Criminology. (2012)
Grants & Contracts
Innovative Programs for Special Correctional Populations: Assessing the Current State and Disseminating Program Information in an Innovative Way. Bureau of Justice Assistance. Federal.
Proposed Community and Family Center for Prisoner Reentry. Illinois State University. Illinois State University.