• Role:

  • Position:

    • Instructor
  • Concentration:

    • Crime, Law, & Deviance
  • Department:

    • Sociology
  • Education:

    • M.A. Sociology - University of Montana


My research interests include crime, deviance, victimization, extraordinary group behavior, new religious movements, cold case homicide investigation, statistical analysis, and field research.  My M.A. thesis utilized a general strain perspective in analyzing the multidimensional relationship between cyber-victimization and delinquency, while accounting for cyber-bullying, face-to-face bullying, and other known correlates.


2022 - "Interaction Satisfaction with University Police, Procedural Justice, and Student Perceptions of Safety and Fear on Campus." Ian Greenwood, Jebadiha Potterf, Chris Moloney, & N. Prabha Unnithan. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 24(2): 210-224.

2018 - Book Review; "In the Trenches: Teaching and Learning Sociology."  Shawna Bendeck, Ian D. Greenwood, Sneha Kadyan, Robert Tuttle, Nefratiri Weeks, & N. Prabha Unnithan. The Social Science Journal, 55(3).

2016 - "Cyber-Victimization and Delinquency: A General Strain Perspective". Ian Greenwood. Master of Arts Thesis, The University of Montana, ScholarWorks.

2014 - "The Montana Pre-Adjudicatory Detention Risk Assessment Instrument: A Validation and Assessment Study".  Patrick McKay, Dusten Hollist, Jacob Coolidge, Wesley Delano, Ian Greenwood, Michael King, Tyson McLean, James Burfeind, Chuck Harris, & Daniel Doyle. Montana Board of Crime Control. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.

2012 - "Assessing the Mechanisms That Contribute to Disproportionate Minority Contact in Montana's Juvenile System". Dusten Hollist, Jacob Coolidge, Wes Delano, Ian Greenwood, Mike King, Tyson McLean, Patrick McKay, Chuck Harris, James Burfeind, & Dan Doyle. Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.