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Deanna L. Wilkinson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Human Sciences
The Ohio State University
135 Campbell Hall
1787 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
(614) 247-4004
wilkinson.110@osu.edu

Welcome to my faculty webpage!

Dr. Wilkinson is a criminologist and expert on urban youth violence, community processes, and violence prevention. Her work on understanding the decision making of shooters has been used to develop and refine gun violence prevention strategies around the country. In addition to her research activities, Dr. Wilkinson is working in close partnership with faith- and civic-leaders to build an evidence-based community focused effort to reduce serious violence in Columbus, Ohio.  To find out more about this initiative please visit http://csiknowledgecenter.osu.edu/cvpc-ceasefire/ .  If you would like to make a donate to support CVPC CeaseFire Columbus, an effective evidence-based initiative to stop shootings and killings, please pledge today.  No gift is too small.   https://www.giveto.osu.edu/igive/onlinegiving/search_results.aspx?fundnum=313352

For three years in a row we organized and hosted a Community Safety and Violence Prevention conference. In 2012 and 2013, my team will be focusing our attention on implementing CeaseFire in our focus community on the south side of Columbus.  For information about our previous conferences follow these links:  Third Annual Conference  Check out live video from our June 26, 2009 1st Annual Conference Promoting Community Safety and Preventing Violence: Integrating Lessons from Research and Practice on YouTUBE Our Community Safety Institute (CSI) video channel is http://www.youtube.com/OSUCSI on YouTube. Get free access to the latest research reported by researchers and practitioners here.

Join our Youth Violence Prevention Community Outreach and Engagement Network to find out about upcoming events, the latest research, and news:  http://ministries4movement.ning.com/

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