Kristin Lloyd – Assistant Professor
Office: University Hall
Phone: (912) 344-
Kristin Lloyd is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia Southern University. She received her PhD from Florida State University in 2021. Her dissertation research examined the effects of social ties to parents on changes in crime and drug use during emerging adulthood among Baby Boomers and Millennials.
Dr. Lloyd’s research focuses on the link between family influences and crime, victimization, and the life-course. Her research has appeared in journals such as Journal of School Violence, Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology, and Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. Her teaching interests include criminological theory, victimology, and criminal justice policy.
Ph.D., Criminology (2021) Florida State University
M.S., Criminology (2017) Florida State University
B.S., Criminology & Sociology (2015) Florida State University
Universal Justice, Criminology, Victimology
Pratt, T. C., & Lloyd, K. M. (2021). Self-control and offending. In Benjamin van den Rooij and Daniel Sokol (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Compliance. Cambridge University Press.
Lloyd, K.M., & Turanovic, J. J. (2020). Instrumental support from parents and substance use during the transition to adulthood. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology, 6(4), 477-498.
Myers, W., Turanovic, J. J., Lloyd, K. M., & Pratt, T. C. (2020). The victimization of LGBT youth at school: A meta-analysis. Journal of School Violence, 19(4), 421-432.
Myers, W., Lloyd, K., Turanovic, T.T., & Pratt, T. C. (2018). Revisiting a criminological classic: The cycle of violence. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 34(3), 266-286.
Awards, Grants, & Honors
2021 – Academic Leadership Award, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University.
2021 – Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Nominee, Program for Instructional Excellence, The Graduate School, Florida State University
2020 – Doctoral Student Summit Scholarship, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Last updated: 9/30/2021